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BinMaster: Flow Detect 2000 – Flow or No Flow Detection

The single-piece flow detector is a flow/no flow detector that, unlike the two-piece flow detector, houses both the remote sensor and control console in a single NEMA 4X enclosure. An important benefit of the Flow Detect 2000 by BinMaster of Lincoln, Nebrasca, USA is that it helps prevent cross contamination by ensuring flow has stopped before a new material is introduced into the flow stream. It can help prevent potentially dangerous and expensive FSMA, USDA, or FDA compliance issues at a facilities producing food for human or animal consumption. It is ideal for detecting flow conditions of solids and powders in gravity chutes, feeders, pipelines, conveyor belts, or bucket elevators. It is suitable for most industries, including the feed, grain, milling, food, cement, mining, power and plastics industries. Optional North American Class II, Division 1 Groups E, F, & G and ATEX Zone 21 hazardous location approvals are available.
(Published on YouTube on October 11, 2016)

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