ElectroDynamic Dust Monitor

PCME VIEW 820

Certified Multi-sensor dust monitor – category 1 under ATEX / IECEx – for indicative emissions trending and measurement in hazardous zone and in dry processess with elevated pressures

Advanced Probe Electrification featuring long term data logging for process trend analysis and reporting.

  • Reliable measurement of leaking and broken bags in dust collectors
  • Sensor configured remotly via controller
  • Automatic sensor drift checks (zero and span)
  • Automatic probe check (Insulator Short-Circuit Check) for improved data integrity
  • Reduces filter maintenance intervals, process down-time and filter costs
  • Stacks after bag filters, cartridge filters, cyclones
  • ariable velocities within range 4-30m/s (typical bagfilter velocity ranges), constant velocity required outside this range
  • High Pressure applications
  • Explosive atmosphere zones 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22
  • Typical Applications:

  • Minerals (eg Coal Gasification)
  • Petrochemicals (eg Plastics manufacture)
  • Power (eg Biomas)
Technical Specifications
Measured parameters Dust
Technology ElectroDynamic® Advanced Probe Electrification
Measurement/Monitoring capability 0-500 mg/m³*
Stack/Duct diameter suitability up to 6m
Flue gas temperature up to 450°C
Baghouse YES
Cartridge Filter YES
Ceramic Filter YES
Coalescent Filter /
Cyclone YES
Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) /
Wet Electrostatic Precipitator (WESP) /
Wet Scrubber /
Sensor variants Stainless Steel
QA checks N/A
*Application dependant
Technical data
Monitoring capability 0-500 mg/m3
Sensor Variants 316 Stainless Steel (standard)
Stack Temperature Ranges 0-400°C (450°C option)
Pressure Rating < 50Bar (0-400°C) <38 Bar (0-450°C)
On-board data logging User configurable Long term, Short term or Pulse logging
Outputs RS232, RS485 (Modbus), Eithernet Digital Alarm and 4/20mA (number of outputs dependant on controller type)
  • Ex Zone 0, 1, 2
  • US EPA MACT Compliant BLD

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