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belt scales, weigh feeders, loss in weight feeder, volume metric feeder,
Infrared Moisture detection, ProGap, ProGap 2, ProGap II, Jam detection,
Chutes, pipes, material blockage, microwave barrier, bulk material,
transmitter, receiver, containers, sensors, precipitators, inlet, outlet,
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aggregates, residual moisture, dryer tunnel, hot air zone, pneumatically
conveyed, Free fall condition, high speed particle counter, proportioning
system, totalizing, secondary fuel output, uniform distribution, Jam detection,
Chutes, pipes, material blockage, microwave barrier, bulk material, elevator,
air Chutes, rotary valve, sliding conditions, impact scales, velocity,
maintenance free, pulsating, ClampFlow, Hose lines, Dens-M, DensFlow, MaxxFlow
HTC, FlowJam, SolidFlow, ProGap S, Dusty, broken bag detection, triboelectric
technology, probe, SpeedFlow, ProSens, continuous velocity measurement, Dust
measurement, trend monitoring, downloads, manuals, brochures, software

 

 

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MaxxFlow HTC Video

MaxxFlow HTC

The MaxxFlow HTC is developed for flow measurement of dry bulk solids during high-volume throughput.

Due to its completely open profile and its low installation height, the MaxxFlow HTC is especially suitable in situation in which it was previously only possible to use complicated or expensive mechanical solutions, e.g. impact plates or measuring chutes.

The installation of the MaxxFlow HTC takes place independently of the direction of the line (vertical/inclined),but always after mechanical conveyor elements, e.g. rotary conveyors or screw conveyors.