Measuring the Concentration of Hydrochloric Acid (sometimes referred to as Concentration Density of Hydrochloric Acid) is a critical part of the production process for all applications mentioned above. It is important to closely monitor the concentration levels of the hydrochloric acid with a high degree of accuracy and reliability. Hydrochloric acid can be accurately measured using the MPR E-Scan™.
The MPR E-Scan: A rugged, dependable, accurate, and cost effective in-line refractometer. Capabilities include 4-20mA and 0-10VDC outputs, a variety of up to 8 internal relays for direct control of a variety of valves, alarms, and warning indicators, as well as the capability of saving up to 99 different recipes each with their own alarms, set-points and controls. The wetted metal of the sensing head is normally made from Tantalum (other alloys are available). The non-wetted parts and the interconnection cable can be Teflon® coated for added protection. The preferred mounting adapter is a lined diaphram valve body with a Teflon® mounting block.