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Urea reactor

Level measurement in a urea reactor

Level measurement in a urea reactor
Level measurement in a urea reactor

Process data

Measuring task:
Level measurement
Measuring point:
Tank
Measuring range up to:
1 m
Medium:
Urea, ammonium carbamate, water
Process temperature:
+180 ... +200 °C
Process pressure:
+140 … +150 bar
Special challenges:
Highly aggressive media, temperature, high pressure, corrosion

Application

In a Urea reactor, ammonium carbonate is decomposed into urea and water. Nearly pure urea is discharged from the reactor via the long pipe, which projects into the upper part of the vessel from the bottom. During the reaction process, the level in the reactor must be kept as constant as possible to maximise the purity and productivity of the process.

Your benefit

Reliable
Reliable measurement despite highly aggressive media
Cost effective
Long service life thanks to special high-resistance steel
User friendly
Simple installation, even in difficult spatial conditions


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