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BATCH MELT FURNACE MONITORING (SAND MELT LINE)
An ExtremeTemp™ camera is installed in the batch melting furnace to allow for continuous visualization of the process conditions from the control room. CantyVision™ image analysis software can be configured to measure if unmelted sand has crossed the batch line within the furnace. The Vector Control Module sends a continuous signal to the control system for automated control of the input product feed rate and avoids sending un-melted product downstream. Multiple measurement points can be configured on the one image, with measurement outputs available individually, or as an average of all the measurement points.
The LED lighting system is designed to illuminate brewery and beverage vessels. The LED light is a fused glass light which provides a high intensity, cold light source to illuminate the process with a true white light (5000° K color temperature). The cold light ensures that no heat is added to the process, which avoids unaccounted for heat sources in the reaction while also ensuring there is no product bake-on. The LED lighting package provides a compact, cost effective lighting system to meet all of your sanitary process needs. Each Canty LED light uses a high pressure, high temperature, fused glass hermetic seal to completely isolate the light source from the process. The LED light can mate with a variety of couplings, including Tri-Clamp®, NA-Connect®, Flange and Perlick®.
FLARE CAMERA – ULTRATEMP
The CANTY UltraTemp™ is a vision-based camera system used with the CantyVision™ to monitor the flares inside an enclosed ground flare unit. The CantyVision™ software accurately measures smoking conditions as well as pilot in the flare for complete control. In comparison to thermocouples which are costly, not reliable, and monitor only one tube, a camera system can monitor multiple tubes at the same time. The CantyVision™ software can output a signal to alarm if the flare has a smoking condition over a certain time to an operator screen, PLC, or DCS for closed loop control. The system can then record video and take images according to EPA regulations. Video and images can be stored. By mounting into the ground flare wall the electronics are protected by the fused glass from the temperatures of upset conditions. The spray ring is provided to have clean instrument air passing through it to keep the lens clean and free from debris. No need for a pole where any maintenance can become a problem and very costly. By mounting in the wall, the flare camera can be accessed from the safe side of the flare wall.
A flare is used to dispose of flammable material by combustion. Ground flares can be a replacement for a single stack flare for companies. The multi-point ground flares (MPGF) need to be monitored by a camera per EPA regulations. A video camera that is capable of continuously recording (i.e., at least one frame every 15 secs with time and date stamps) images of the flare flame.
FUSEVIEW™ BoroHT TRI-CLAMP® SIGHT GLASS
The Canty Advantage:
The Fuseview™ BoroHT Tri-Clamp® sight glasses use the CANTY BoroHT glass. The glass formulation is a special borosilicate glass that conforms within the limits for USP Type 1 Powdered Glass; USP Arsenic, EP Type 1 Glass Grain (Test B) and EP Arsenic as specified in US Pharmacopeia and European Pharmacopeia. In addition, it passed testing procedures of CIP100 and CIP200 cleaning and SIP cleaning tests at 130°C. BoroHT fused glass is fully compliant with current ASME BPE standards and is a proprietary formulation that fuses to Alloy C, Hastelloy® C276, Hastelloy® C-22® or equal.
FUSEVIEW™ TRI-CLAMP® SIGHT GLASS WITH FILTER
J.M. Canty Fuseview™ sight glasses have been engineered to meet all your hygienic process and safety needs. Fuseview™ Tri-clamps® are a fused sight glass providing a one-piece, flush mount construction. All standard Tri-clamp® Fuseviews™ were designed and tested to ensure the safest product available. Canty can provide certification of material and testing if required, typical of ASME code requirements for process vessels. Canty Fuseview™ sight glasses are designed in strict compliance to the ASME BPE standard.
POOL MONITORING IN TIN BATH/ONION SKIN
- Camera allows for the automated control of the positon and shape at the initial draw in front of the tin bath (also known as the onion skin) resulting in a more uniform pull
- Result is Less Waste and Higher efficiency for the glass
- Can view through existing ports/no major modification to integrate
On a float glass line with glass coating taking place, an ExtremeTemp™ camera is mounted in the upper region of the tin bath, to not only provide an unrivalled view inside the process, but also to automatically detect the presence of foreign objects (stones from refractory, insulation etc.) on the glass surface. If undetected, these foreign objects move downstream where they can become lodged on the coater, and cause scratches and imperfections on the glass as it passes by.