8’ x 8’ muck pass, 600 ft. deep shaft, ore of various sizes, dust, trucks, installation 22ft above a Grizzly
Level Technology Choice:
For this application, we must always use a non-contact level technology, to be mounted out of the way of potential damage from trucks and falling ore. Compounding this, with a Grizzly installed, the device will need to aim between the Grizzly beams and measure the ore below. Three technologies are available; Radar, Laser and Acoustic level transmitters. Only a laser has the long-range measuring capability for this application. Only a laser has the narrow beam spread capable of measuring thru a Grizzly 22 ft. away. Best choice is to use the OptioLaser, provided in a ruggedized cast aluminum housing for durability, capable of measuring targets up to 5,900 ft., 4-wire device with 4-20mA / HART communication, a targeting laser, either loop power or AC/DC supplies. The OptioLaser can be aimed thru narrow Grizzly beams 22 ft. away to measure rock Ore below. The OptioLaser can measure both wet and dry products, at extreme distances, thru narrow shafts, in dusty conditions. densities with scum cleaning.
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