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The MCT 366 is a compact NIR gauge suited for installations within confined spaces or where the ambient temperature lies within the range 35 -60 deg C. The gauge enclosure is constructed from corrosion resistant 304 stainless steel, and different window materials are available dependent on the application....glass, kelF or sapphire.
- Small Footprint
With dimensions of 250 x 190 x 165mm, this gauge will fit into more confined spaces than the standard MCT 360.
- High Temperature operation
The configuration of the optical bench and electronics in the MCT 366 enables reliable operation without the inconvenience of coolants up to 60°C.
- Corrosive resistant enclosure
MCT 366 enclosure, constructed from 304 stainless steel is engineered to withstand high temperature, caustic and humid atmospheres
- Food grade instrument
The stainless steel enclosure and sapphire window configuration meets foodgrade specification.
- Quick fit single cable connection
For easy installation, and to facilitate the removal of the sensor should the area require high pressure spray cleaning or access for maintenance work
- Multi Constituent Measurement
Multiple measurements; moisture, coat weight and product temperature, from a single sensor, provides useful information for better process control without incurring additional installation and maintenance costs
- Non Contact Measurement
Minimal cleaning and maintenance
- Instantaneous on-line measurement
Ensures timely corrective action through automated or manual process adjustment
- Choice of outputs from the Operator Interface/Processor unit
Analog, RS232/485 and/or network options.
- Pre Calibrated for Rapid Set-Up
- Simple and reliable operation
Adjustments, if required, are made using a minimal number of key strokes via the Intuitive Operator Interface or Viewer PC software
- Measurement Confidence
Robust measurement algorithms combined with dual beam single detector technology result in stolid measurement performance