Fields of applications
  • Monitoring the volume flow of raw materials in the food industry
  • Monitoring of transport systems for conveying coal or ore
  • Loading systems and packaging facilities
  • Measuring the ash produced in power stations
  • Measuring volume and mass in gravel plants and other operations in the construction industry
  • Monitoring the volume of pieces of pneumatic in recycling tires plants
  • Measuring the volume and mass of clinker in cement plants
At a glance
  • Efficient and cost-effective non-contact measurement of volume and mass flow of bulk materials
  • Laser pulses with high angular resolution ensure outstanding image resolution
  • Multi-echo pulse evaluation produces highly reliable measurements
  • Integrated function for determining the center-of-gravity of the bulk material
  • Rugged design for harsh ambient conditions
    Integrated heater allows measurement even at low temperatures
  • Compact IP67 rated housing
Your Benefits
  • Maximizes conveyor throughput
  • Reduces maintenance costs by preventing belt slippage when using the Bulkscan® LMS511
  • Increases efficiency by optimizing belt capacity
  • Simple installation
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Offers savings through minimized energy consumption
  • The wide ambient operating temperature range makes it suitable for outdoor use
The Bulkscan® uses non-contact time-of-flight technology to measure the volume flow of bulk materials on conveyor belts. Irrespective of the properties of the bulk material and the weather conditions, the Bulkscan® generates a reliable volume flow signal based on the laser’s time of flight and the belt speed thanks to multi-echo technology. Besides recording the total quantity and calculating the mass flow, the Bulkscan® comes with an integrated function for determining the center-of-gravity of the bulk material, thereby enabling it to detect uneven loading and thus avoid excessive belt wear. The rugged industrial housing is ideal for extreme operating conditions. An integrated heater ensures safe operation over a wide range of ambient temperatures. Discrete signals as well as Ethernet TCP/IP can be used to connect the measuring system to a host communication system.