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The continuous measurement of dust emissions is an important measurement for your process when you have to comply with legal requirements in the field of emissions. By measuring dust concentrations, you are able to monitor safety, control your production process and make timely adjustments. Whether it is about measuring dust concentrations in (open) spaces or in flue gas channels, we have a suitable solution for every dust application, available for ATEX environments and with various options focused on your process.

Dust measurements are applied within a wide range of industries; from power plants, refineries, to paper production and milk powder production. A common application is monitoring dust filters in a process to prevent shut-down or even dust explosions. Dust measurements are often used to stay within the emission guidelines of the production location. The analyzers are certified according to the latest standards and directives and enable you to select the best solution for your process, both technically and commercially.

By monitoring dust filters in a process you prevent a shut-down or even dust explosions

Our product managers are happy to help you find the right analyzer for your process.

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Extractive dust measurement

Extractive dust measurement

Durag

Are process conditions not suitable for an in-situ measurement? Choose the extractive dust measurement.

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Tribo-electric dust monitor

Tribo-electric dust monitor

Durag

With Durag's Tribo electric dust monitors you continuously monitor the dust penetration in a (dry) flue gas duct

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Optical measurement with laser or light

Optical measurement with laser or light

Durag

Continuously measure the lowest dust concentrations, both quantitatively (mg / m3) and qualitatively (%), with Durag's optical dust analyzers

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Flow measurement

Flow measurement

Durag

Measure the gas velocity in a channel by means of differential pressure or the Ultrasonic measuring principle with Durag's robust analyzer

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