Dust Monitors

Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

Continuous Dust Monitor helps meet EPA's MATS rules.

May 26, 2015

With minimum range of 0–15 mg/m³, Model 4650-PM helps US power plants meet EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards for particulate matter measurement. Design is based on QAL1 certified, forward-scattering laser technology. Monitor offers variable insertion depth and has no continuously moving parts. Operating in temperatures up to 480°F, Model 4650-PM is suitable for PM-Continuous Emission Monitoring and PM-Continuous Parametric Monitoring in dry stacks where condensed water is not present. Read More

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Digital Dust Monitor supports use in diverse applications.

May 6, 2015

Able to measure particles in PM 10 concentrations, 2.9 lb Kanomax Dust Monitor has 0.1–10 µm particle size range and 0.001–10 mg/m³ measuring range. Instrument logs data for up to 100,000 measurements and allows data transfer via USB, while operation is facilitated via usability-optimized interface and 24+ hr run time with Li-ion battery. Capable of analog and digital output, unit comes with tripod mount for stationery locations or rubber protector and shoulder strap for portable use. Read More

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Leak, Emissions, Flow Monitors serve power/utility industry.

April 11, 2013

Comprising bag leak detectors, emission monitors, and solids flow monitors, TRIBO.dsp U3000 series measures particulate/dust emissions and dry solids flow. Core technology, TRIBO.dsp, unifies DC impaction (triboelectric) and AC induction electrostatic signals for optimal accuracy, reliability, and repeatability. Signals can be used to activate operational functions, such as alarms and relays, or generate continuous 4–20 mA or digital signals for trending/recording. Read More

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Real-Time Dust Monitor assesses employee risk.

March 13, 2013

Using laser diode based light-scattering sensor, CEL-712 Microdust™ Pro instantly detects dangerous concentrations of airborne particles and aerosols in workplace, for spot checks and walk-through surveys, or when performing continuous evaluation of fast-changing environments. Handheld unit offers measurement range of 0.001–25,000 mg/m³, and can be zero- and span-calibrated in field. With graphical color display, monitor lets user identify trends showing when/where excessive dust levels occur. Read More

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Wireless Video Monitor measures dust in real-time.

July 27, 2004

Portable, Haz-Dust Model VD-7500 measures levels of lung damaging particulates while simultaneously overlaying dust concentration onto video images. All data is displayed in real-time on computer screen, allowing investigator to obtain and record events that are linked to worker exposure to airborne contaminants. Read More

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Particle Counter monitors air in cleanrooms.

June 18, 2002

Computer-programmable, Model P3610 APC Portable Airborne Particle Counter measures up to 6 size ranges down to 0.3 micron at 1 cfm flow rate. Total particles are measured in 3 concentration modes: particles/m³, particles/L and particles/ft³. Model P3610 stores data for up to 1,000 sample locations. Names for each location (up to 22 alphanumeric characters) may be created and stored. Unit includes back-lit LCD touch-screen. Read More

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Dust Monitor provides immediate results.

January 21, 2002

OSHA- and EPA-compliant Model HD-1003 Real-Time Personal Dust Monitor, with lapel-mounted optical sensor, provides true breathing-zone measurements and graph reporting via included software. HD-1003 offers immediate determination and data storage of airborne particulate concentrations in milligrams per cubic meter. Sensor accepts standard 37mm filter gravimetric cassette, allowing user to collect concurrent filter air samples for OSHA compliance. Read More

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