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A device to detect dust in wet gases

By Chemical Engineering |

Conventional dust-measuring devices are unable to differentiate between dust particles and water droplets, resulting in incorrect measurement results. The FWE200DH provides the solution: the dust-measuring device continually extracts the waste gas from the stack, dries it with a thermocyclone, and uses forward scattering to take high-precision measurements of dust concentrations, which are usually very low. The FWE200DH can be attached directly to the stack. Since no moving pSick Wordcloudarts come into contact with aggressive gas, the measuring device is very low-maintenance. The FWE200DH can be used for monitoring wet-scrubbing plants, taking measurements in saturated gas following fluegas desulfurization, and measuring dust concentrations in wet exhaust air.— Sick AG, Wildkirch, Germany

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