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BinMaster launches particulate monitor with new dust alert sensor

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Dry Bulk,


BinMaster has launched a new particulate monitor with its new DD-3000 dust alert sensor. The DD-3000 is suited to baghouse leak detection when installed in stacks, ducts, or pipes. This single-piece, compact sensor with integrated electronics and sensing probe utilises highly reliable inductive electrification technology to detect – and alert – when particulate emissions exceed a preset point.

The DD-3000 can be used for: 

  • Improved productivity: Employees are automatically alerted, saving time on manual inspections. 
  • Enhanced process control: Turn off a process immediately when dust levels exceed standards. 
  • Preventive maintenance: Early warning of leak detection prevents unscheduled shut downs. 

The DD-3000 is easy to install and configure with no special alignment or structural supports needed. Sensor models are available with either an alarm relay—generally used to alert to a need for maintenance — or a 4-20 mA transmitter output option used for monitoring trends and compliance.

This proactive dust sensor is applicable in a wide range of applications including cement, mining, chemicals, food, wood, and more. 

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/20062018/binmaster-launches-particulate-monitor-with-new-dust-alert-sensor/

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