Flexible Method Management of Density Meter

The density meter S4 comes with and can be customized with a wide variety of methods. The user can easily add new customized methods.

For unique measurement density meter applications, easily create a sample method using an unlimited number of Concentration Tables, Formulas, and Polynomials to match the measurement methods used in your laboratory.

The viscosity correction algorithms in the series 4 density meter are the most comprehensive in the industry. The full range of solution viscosities can be measured and the data corrected for any degree of viscosity.

How to Read a Propane Tank Gauge for LPG

Your propane gas gauge is located under the dome at the top of the tank gauge for LPG. Reading your propane gas gauge is not complicated. You’ll see bold black numbers encircling the gauge and a single pointer needle. The pointer will indicate a number that represents a percentage.

Due to the physical properties of propane, your tank gauge for LPG is considered full at 80% (allowing for the expansion of propane vapor). A propane tank gauge for LPG is in IMMEDIATE NEED of refilling at 20%. For your safety and protection, it is best to fill your tank gauge for LPG before the gauge goes below 20%.

Look at the gauge attached to the tank gauge for LPG with numbers from 5 to 95. The numbers indicate the percentage of gas in the tank gauge for LPG. If your tank gauge for LPG has a gauge that ranges 0-300 that is pressure not percentage.

Tank Gauge for LPG LNG SYSTEM

A tank gauge for LPG LNG has no moving parts and requiresno regular aintenance. Radar devices require nodirect contact with the liquid. This makes it possibleto use a tank gauge for LPG LNG on a wide variety of liquids fromheated heavy asphalt to cryogenic liquefied gases like Liquefied Natural Gas.