dust monitoring Equipment in Arizona

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Casella - Model Dust Guardian - Dust Monitor

by Casella     based in Kempston, UNITED KINGDOM

DUST Guardian is a system for web-based remote monitoring of dust emissions to ensure compliance with regulatory limits.  Data is ‘pushed’ automatically to a dedicated website using a private login and is accessible in real-time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

ET - Model CDM1 (CDM2) - Construction Dust Monitor

by Enviro Technology Services plc     based in Stroud, UNITED KINGDOM

The ET CDM is a small, stand-alone, weatherproof, web-enabled, real-time, particulate monitor available as either single channel (CDM1) or dual channel (CDM2). The CDM can be fitted with precise sharp-cut cyclone inlet heads for either PM10 or PM2.5 and a TSP inlet head is also available. The CDM incorporates a powerful 6-channel data logger and ...


Land - Model 4500 MkIII - Opacity and Dust Emissions Compliance Monitor

by Land Instruments International     based in Dronfield, UNITED KINGDOM

The Land Model 4500 MkIII has reset the industry standard on compliance opacity and dust concentration measurement. Combining the unique features of three patented technologies, the 4500 MkIII achieves the highest available specification for the principal performance parameters, as defined by the internationally recognized ASTM Standard D 6216-07.

Land - Model 4200 - Non-Compliance Dust Emissions Monitor

by Land Instruments International     based in Dronfield, UNITED KINGDOM

The Model 4200 is a compact smoke, dust and particulate monitor for measuring dust emission concentrations on industrial processes and non-compliance applications. This dust monitor is ideally suited to multiprocess plants with common exhaust stacks.

Model EMS411 - Dust Monitor

by Environmental Monitor Service, Inc.     based in Yalesville, CONNECTICUT (USA)

The EMS411 Dust provides continuous, low maintenance, precision measurement of dust (mg/m3(N), Optical Density and Opacity. It is designed for monitoring visible smoke and particulate concentrations in the exhaust gas of industrial combustion or air filtration processes.

TRIBO guard II - Model 4002 - Dust Monitor

by Auburn Systems, LLC     based in Danvers, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The TRIBO.guard II Model 4002 Dust Monitor continuously monitors dust in exhaust ducts to detect filter failures. The 4002 detects changes in the levels and warns of impending failure before emissions become visible. Continuous 4-20mA output is linked to data loggers or other devices, such as PLCs, to record emissions levels, pinpoint maintenance ...

Model LM-3188 - Laser Dust Monitor

by MIP Electronics Oy     based in Kerava, FINLAND

LM 3188 is the most cost-effective dust monitor model, equipped with a semiconductor laser. It is excellent for measuring at the medium to long distances( 3 - 10 m) and medium high concetrations. ( > 25 mg/m3).

Model LM-3188 AZL/AZH - Advanced Laser Dust Monitor

by MIP Electronics Oy     based in Kerava, FINLAND

The system setup: The transmitter unit L 318, The receiver unit R 318, The monitor unit M 318, Cables between the units, Purge air unit or the external instrument air source, Optional data logging software available.

Model TBBD - Triboelettric Dust Monitor – Broken Bag Filter Monitoring

by ETG Risorse e Tecnologia     based in Montiglio, ITALY

TBBD is a dust detector to be used in gas flows, to diagnose failures in filtering plants. The dust particles of any material and size, which are transported by a gas flow, are charged with static electricity. An electrode immersed into the gas flow captures these charges and transmits them to the processing circuits, obtaining an electrical ...

TAPI - Model 651 - Ultrafine Particle Monitor

by Teledyne Advanced Pollution Instrumentation (TAPI)     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Ultrafine particle (those less than 100nm, or 0.1µm in size) are produced through combustion activities and are persistent in all ambient air. Concentrations of these tiny particle can be very high near emissions sources (for example, near busy roads), and both acute and chronic exposure are believed to lead to health problems. As part of ...

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