The Air XD Real-Time Dust Monitor uses lab-grade precision laser technology to continuously measure particulates of multiple sizes in harsh and hazardous environments.
IECEx certified and five times more accurate than the industry standard model, the Air XD Real-Time Dust Monitor offers unparalleled accuracy and reliability. Using a unique algorithm, the device can measure particulate matter (PM) sizes ranging from 0.35μm – 40μm (including PM1.0, PM2.5, PM4.25, PM10 and Total Suspended Particles) and captures up to 10,000 samples every second.
The Air XD Real-Time Dust Monitor provides:
Deployment, installation and configuration of the unit is simple, just mount the device and turn it on. Once the system checks are complete, the device will begin logging data. The Air XD also comes with a bespoke software package for data visualisation and analysis; live readings, historic data and graphs can be viewed or downloaded via the software.
Deployed as a standalone dust monitor or as part of a wider on-demand dust control and suppression system, the Air XD is accurate to within +/- 5%. For operation-wide control and visibility, data from the unit can be fed into a SCADA interface.
The unit is simple, lightweight and durable, and contains no pumps or filters meaning ultra-high reliability and incredibly low maintenance, reducing the overall total cost of ownership.
The Air XD Real-Time Dust Monitor is IECEx certified for Group I hazardous locations in underground mines and we also provide a general-purpose variant for use in industrial locations with non-explosive.
Mineral Processing Trial Review
Trolex’s Air XD was trialled at a mineral processing site involved in refining and packing crystalline silica and enabled the customer to monitor their milling process where respirable crystalline silica (RCS) was generated.
Process leakage identified via remote monitoring
Learn how real-time monitoring of the particulate generated by the milling process has enabled effective remote detection of process leaks, allowing this customer to protect their personnel.
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