Density Measurement

Our density measuring systems work absolutely non-contacting and non-intrusive. The density measurement can be carried out on all liquids and bulk materials, including highly acidic, alkali or saline solutions and suspensions. 

Clamped on the outer wall of the pipeline, chute or vessel the system components do not come into contact with the measured material and are therefore not exposed to wear and tear. You will get process insight from the outside.

All our densitometers provide a maintenance-free operation and can be easily installed on existing pipelines without process down time. The density systems are adaptable to all pipelines from 25 to 1000mm.

Measuring Principle

Based on the radiometric principle, our density gauges can be operated in the most demanding and hostile of process conditions.
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Technology Highlights

Detector Stability

The patented method for detector stabilization ensures a consistent measurement performance, reliably compensating temperature and aging effects.

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Our high-sensitive detectors achieve a better measuring effect and can work with remarkably low source activities.

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Our Products for Density Measurement:

Density Transmitter DuoSeries LB 474

Density Transmitter DuoSeries LB 474 AWE
DuoSeries LB 474 is the new radiometric density system from Berthold based on real 2 wire technology

Density Measurement with Uni-Probe LB 491

density measurement system LB 491
Compact field device for density measurement, with interfaces for HART, Profibus PA and Foundation Fieldbus.

Fracturing Systems

Oil and Gas industry
Density Systems for Hydraulic Fracturing and Cementing Applications

SmartSeries LB 414 - Gamma Densitometer

SmartSeries LB 414 Gamma densitometer
Compact and cost-efficient density detector with integrated evaluation unit and local user interface for the use in non-hazardous, non-explosive areas.

Inline Density Meter LB 379

density measurement system LB 379
Low energy compact density transmitter working with extremely low dose rates (comparable to x-rays).