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Foam control and detection system prevents overdosing

08 May 2018

Foam causes many problems in food production. Excess foam can also damage equipment and filters. Hycontrol’s SureSense? system utilises patented technology to monitor and reactively control foam levels in a process. 

The purpose-designed system is not adversely affected by product build-up or contamination on the probe. 

SureSense? can have up to three foam probes connected to one controller with independent dosing control – reducing costs and increasing flexibility. Liquid detection capability also provides greater process control, and a proportional dosing algorithm further reduces unnecessary anti-foam usage to reduce waste. Probes can have up to three sensor points, across a length of up to 3m. 

Additional features include additional relay outputs and a clear LCD interface which provides a simple menu-driven set-up. 

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