The new BinMaster HD probe is a heavy duty, stainless steel probe that can be attached to either the PROCAP I or PROCAP II capacitance probes. This rugged probe comes in a standard 8” length and features a PRO-Shield to guard against false readings from material buildup on the probe. The wide diameter of the probe increases the surface area for maximum sensitivity and performance. It is suitable for use in temperatures up to 500°F (260°C), making it appropriate for challenging applications such as fly ash or clinker. Because the probe is solid and 1” in diameter, it is resistant to bending and extremely durable. It can be used for low or high level detection in heavy materials such as coal, aggregates, grains, or other materials with a high bulk density.
Like all BinMaster capacitance probes, the bendable probe offers fail-safe operation and "Quick-Set" calibration. BinMaster capacitance probes provide interference-free operation – working far below the RF level of 9 KHz at just 6 KHz – and will not interfere with two-way radios or other equipment operating in the radio spectrum. The PROCAP I and PROCAP II capacitance probe feature a triple-thread, screw-off cover that allows easy access to internal components and an FDA-recognized powder coat finish. The housing also has dual conduit entries to simplify wiring and installation. A dual time delay feature allows the user to set flexible time delays up to 30 seconds for covered and uncovered conditions.
• Heavy duty, stainless steel probe that resists bending and breaking
• Constructed of 1” diameter solid 316 Stainless Steel
• Suitable for use in temperatures up to 500°F (260°C)
• Attaches to standard PROCAP I or Hazloc PROCAP II capacitance probes
• Standard 1-¼” NPT SS process connection
• “Pro-Shield” protects against false readings
• Very sensitive probe can detect material at ½ picofarad above air
• High and low level detection in bins, tanks, or silos
• For use in temperatures up to 500°F (260°C)
• High temperature bins containing clinker and fly ash
• For power plants and coal storage operations
• In vessels containing heavy materials such as rock, aggregates, or grains
• High bulk density materials that may damage other probes