FilterSense continuous particulate emission monitors and baghouse leak detectors incorporate Automatic Zero and Span Checks to eliminate manual calibration audits as required by the US EPA for MACT
FilterSense continuous particulate emission monitors and baghouse leak detectors incorporate Automatic Zero and Span Checks to eliminate manual calibration audits, as required by the U.S. EPA for MACT.

EPA-Compliant Particulate Monitor

Internal self checks, induction sensing, protected probe Assess/compare filter compartments Monitor mass emission trends

FilterSense continuous particulate emission monitors and baghouse leak detectors incorporate Automatic Zero and Span Checks to eliminate manual calibration audits, as required by the U.S. EPA for MACT and other regulations for fabric-filter particulate emissions monitoring. In addition to internal self checks the company’s field-proven induction-sensing and protected-probe technologies is also said to provide enhanced reliability over older opacity and triboelectic technologies particularly in difficult applications.

Featuring a “virtually maintenance-free particulate flow sensing technology” and FilterSense's Modular Instrumentation and Control System, the PM 100 combines unmatched performance with state-of-the-art instrument modularity and functionality.

With a multi-compartment baghouse, it easily assesses and compares compartments using the on-screen logarithmic bar graphs or optional remote FilterWare software. For monitoring mass emission trends in the common outlet, a DynaCharge processor module can be added to provide the industries most advanced particulate monitoring technology with automatic self-checks. For pulse jet filters with fixed cleaning patterns leak locating can be added.

The PM 100 offers a full range of fieldbus communications and a wide range of modular relay and analog I/O.

Benefits include EPA compliance, eliminating cleanup costs, preventing the escape of valuable powders and protecting downstream equipment, such as blowers and HEPA filters.

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