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Centrifuge – Camera
CANTY’s dynamic imaging technology uses a combined camera & light system mounted to the top of the centrifuge, to provide a remote view of the process conditions in the control room. The system can also be used in conjunction with CANTYVISION image analysis software to provide important process measurements. In a continuous centrifuge, the system can track the position of the color line, allowing the operator to adjust the feed conditions to maintain a relatively stationary color line position and optimize washing efficiency. In a batch centrifuge, the system can measure the product or “cake” thickness on the basket wall during filling, and determine when the product is dry enough after spinning, to move onto the next production stage without material quality / handling issues that may be caused by high moisture content.
NON-CONTACT LEVEL & FOAM CONTROL
CANTY Camera & Light Vision Systems are a patented design to view and illuminate the inside of a pressure or process vessel through a single connection. There is no need for multiple ports! CANTY can supply an integrally mounted camera and light (optional) in flanged, sanitary or NPT threaded process connections. CANTY fused glass technology provides a safe, high pressure, hermetic fused glass barrier between the process and the camera electronics.
The key to CANTY Camera & Light Vision Systems is the CANTY LED Light. CANTY uses fiber optic light guides to focus cool, effective light into a process or pressure vessel. Cool light eliminates product bake-on, adding no heat to the process. Fiber optic light guides deliver the maximum amount of light into the tank. The resulting live, remote image from a CANTY Camera & Light Vision System is unparalleled!
Monitor phase split in batch mode on organic droplets for increased product recovery. As the droplets appear the system warns of organic phase and the upcoming emulsion. The amount of early droplets and their retraction time will indicate the completeness of the separation. Once the split is identified and stopped, the operator has a visual verification from the video monitor. The color can then be analyzed to ensure there is no inversion.