Particles in emission outlet streams of various manufacturing processes need to be measured to meet health, safety and environmental regulations. The Goyen Mecair range of Particulate Emission Probes such as the FFD, and the FFA , use a unique probe electrification technology which outperforms conventional triboelectric systems for emissions monitoring and broken bag detection.
UNIQUE PROBE ELECTRIFICATION TECHNOLOGY
Also this technology, not relying on particles colliding with the probe, is able to measure a more representative area of the stack and eliminate the need of long sensor probe rods.
Thanks to the alarm delay feature, by properly setting the delay period, the system will exclude short term signal increases associated with pulse cleaning of filters.
The FFD, and FFA heads are typically mounted through the wall of a duct carrying the moving particles so that the probe is exposed to the particles. The gas stream often exhausts to atmosphere (such as in a stack), but these emission monitors are equally suited to detecting particles in motion in a gas stream under other conditions, for example pneumatically-conveyed or gravity-fed particles.
Pentair Goyen | Mecair FFD, and FFA Particulate Emission Probes are used around the world to measure particle concentrations and detect filter failures from various configurations: bag filters, cartridge filters, ceramic candles filters but also cyclone separators and others.
These Particulate Emission Probes are used in all types of industries and processes, including:
US-EPA MACT compliant