Melt Pressure Transducer Calibration
Melt Pressure Transducer Transmitter Calibration, Energy Pressure Transducer Table
In ordinary cases, the melt pressure transducer calibration check should be done regularly; Every six months or annually these operations should be done by the MPS melt pressure sensor or a different qualified calibration facility.
When any melt pressure transducer is sent from the MPS melt pressure sensor, the user has a certificate that records three different parameters as shown;
Zero 0.1 mV / V
Full scale 3.33 mV / V
RCAL (80%) 2.66 mV / V
Data is provided in mV / V format to account for different device supply voltages. It is used to help calibrate these devices.
The melt pressure transducer should not be confused with the following pressure sensors.
Melt pressure sensor, melt pressure transmitter, melt press. Pressure, measuring device, melt pressure transducer, plastic pressure, Melt pressure sensor, melt pressure, melt pressure transmitter, melt pressure temperature sensor and melt pressure transducer are also known products.
If possible, your transmitter should be calibrated regularly. This situation is sufficient once in 6 months. Calibration should be done by MPS or another qualified calibration facility. Calibration operations can be performed at 10 different points by MPS to produce a very sensitive curve that can increase the accuracy of the systems.
Energy Pressure Transducer Table
Kg / cm2
These are the proportions in the melt pressure transducer table. It is optional to carry out measurements at the limit where raw materials reach high temperatures. However, these procedures should be done by competent people. It is vital that experienced individuals perform these procedures professionally in order not to risk the transactions.
What is a Melt Pressure Transducer?
Melt pressure transducers are devices used to measure the pressure and temperature of molten liquids in processes where plastic raw materials can reach high temperatures. High temperature is essential for this type of measurement.
If the extruder is not brought to operating temperature before production begins, both the melt pressure sensor transducer and the extruder will be damaged. A sufficient dwell time is needed for plastics to pass from the solids to the melted state. Also, if a converter is removed from a cold extruder, material may adhere to the converter tip, causing the diaphragm to rupture. Before removing the converter, it is necessary to ensure the temperature at which the drum will soften the plastic part.
Even if the transducers are designed to withstand moderate pressure, risk should be avoided by making sure that a model designed for the range of extrusion operating pressures is used. One of the important rules is that converters should be used. That being the case, the extruder must operate at a very high pressure level in order for the transducer to fail.