ED200 Continuous Hot Aggregate Bin Level Indicators

ED200 Continuous Hot Aggregate Bin Level Indicators from Ellway Design Limited

By: Ellway Design Limited  26/05/2009
Keywords: level measurement, level sensors, level indicators

Maximise production, reduce waste, and achieve considerable cost savings with the Ellway Design continuous hot aggregate bin level indicators. Designed for purpose and built to last the ED200 system is backed by a 5 year sensor wear guarantee and provides your plant operator with real time bin level information to effectively control material levels to reduce waste from clean outs and over spills. 

Over the past 12 years Ellway Design have installed the ED200 system in bins of all shapes and sizes, on all makes of plant, interfacing to control systems of all the leading suppliers. With an average payback time of only 9 months you will be reaping the benefits of installation long after you have recouped the initial investment.  

Robustly constructed sensor channels need no maintenance
Individual bin profiling - for accurate level measurement in non linear bins
TFT operator interface with:     
    Easy to read bar chart display with tonnage figures     
    Multi aggregate calibration feature - switch from hard stone to limestone for a more accurate level reading         
    Push button calibration     
    4-20mA/0-10v interface for forward connection to a PLC or PC
Safe to weld switch - isolates indicator electronics to prevent damage during maintenance
5 year sensor wear guarantee 

The ability to optimise cold feed settings to reduce bin starvation and maximise plant throughput
Reduce fuel consumption - heat only the stone you need
Reduce waste - smaller clean outs mean less airborne dust
Makes training new plant operators easier
Speedier mix changes and shorter shut down times reduce general plant wear and tear
Short pay back time - nine months on a typical six bin plant

Keywords: Hot Aggregate, level indicators, level measurement, level sensors,

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