Auburn Systems, LLC.

Auburn Systems, LLC.

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  • If I monitor emissions continuously do I have to report the results?

    Complying with a CEMS (continuous emissions monitoring system) mandate from the air quality board may seem like a daunting task for most plants. While many eventually install the CEMS few realize that the work does not stop there. Many plants find themselves in trouble not over a lack of the CEMS, but rather over failure to observe the reporting requirements that accompany it.  What i...

Auburn Systems, LLC.

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  • What is an air material separator under NFPA 654?

     Air material separators - critical for dust collection and recirculation Despite the well know dangers associated with combustible dust hazards there exist few specific OSHA/MSHA regulations covering them outside of a handful of specific industries (e.g. grain elevators) on a national level. Rather, local jurisdictions normally base their regulations on the guidelines found in the Na...

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  • Triboelectric Dust Detection Tech Basics - 3 Articles to Read First

    Lots of information, but where to start? As of Dec '16 we've published more than 75 articles on triboelectric dust detection technology and particulate emissions monitoring. They cover technical details, tips on use, suggestions to reduce downtime and operating cost and even how our technology is increasingly finding application in process industries for monitoring and control bulk dr...

Auburn Systems, LLC.

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  • 4 Ways You Can Cut Your Dust Collector Maintenance Budget This Year

    Doing More With Less Its rare for baghouse maintenance budgets to see any kind of increase each year. Usually, maintenance planners, managers and technicians must do more with even less each year. With this in mind we've pulled together a list of steps your plant might explore to reduce dust collector maintenance costs. Most require a minimal capital investment but quickly provide ret...

  • Make Your Air Quality Inspector Happy with a Triboelectric Dust Monitor

    Time to work together Many fear the day when the air quality inspector comes to their plant. They might feel that no matter how much or how carefully they prepare, the inspector will always find fault with their operation and thus issue citations and fines. However, there is a way to make the inspector view your operation much more positively. What is it? 

Auburn Systems, LLC.

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  • Tips for monitoring and controlling powder injection rates

    Optimizing product flow and powder injection rates Controlling injection rates of dry powders plays a crucial role in many industrial processes. The ability to monitor and control the injection rates can mean the difference between quality product and profitability versus....well, let's just say lots of headaches.  Importance of Controlling Powder Injection Rates

  • Triboelectric Ambient Fugitive Dust Monitoring — How It Works

    Invisible (or barely visible) threats When we talk about dust emissions, particulate emissions or PM 2.5/PM 10 we are usually referring to emissions that go outside from a dust collector outlet or a stack. Since these are usually the focus of any regulatory or process concerns it is usually what we default to when talking about dust issues. 

Auburn Systems, LLC.

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  • Triboelectric Monitoring Systems and the Cement Industry

    Cement is a building block industry of global progress.  Roads, buildings, bridges, factories, stadiums, airports and more - everywhere we go, and everything we do is built on cement.  And because it’s everywhere many take it for granted….but not all of us In fact, we’re focused on the cement industry and Auburn’s triboelectric detection devices are used for many different functions i...

Auburn Systems, LLC.

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  • Should I Calibrate My Triboelectric Bag Leak Detection System?

    Who needs one more PM task.... Many wonder if their triboelectric bag leak detection system needs any kind of calibration to function properly. That's entirely understandable since many are accustomed to working with opacity meters or other older generations of equipment. Opacity meters require an initial calibration along with periodic calibration and rebuilds at specified intervals ...

  • The Battle Between Triboelectic Dust Detection and Opacity Meters

    Regulating authorities require nearly all industrial facilities to measure dust particulate emissions in some fashion. Opacity meters were, for decades, the standard required by the EPA and under many State and Local air permits. However, in recent years, triboelectric particulate monitors have been promoted by some as superior to opacity meters, and have begun replacing opacity meter...

  • What's the Best Triboelectric Detector For My Company & Application?

    When first visiting our website, some might feel overwhelmed by the number of different detection systems we currently offer. Especially because visitors often come with the question "What's the best triboelectric detector for my application" only to face another question "Which Auburn TRIBO is the right technical fit?" With our main TRIBO line consisting of 8 different models plus ad...

  • How can I monitor fugitive dust in multiple locations throughout my plant?

    Combustible dust fires and explosions have proven some of the most devastating industrial accidents in recent decades. In many cases, the greatest contributor to dust accumulations that fueled the most powerful conflagrations was fugitive dust. Despite the large contribution of fugitive dust to combustible dust incidents many facilities do not give it as much attention as direct dust e...

  • Which is better - an AC or DC triboelectric bag leak detection system?

    What Does It All Mean When considering a triboelectric bag leak detection system OEMs, sales reps, and other re-sellers may throw a number of seemingly confusing technical specs at the project engineer. One that frequently gets cited is whether the unit processes an AC signal or a DC signal. Often this is even touted as an advantage over other makes and models.  But not much explanati...

  • Solving Pneumatic Conveying Problems With Triboelectric Monitoring

    Process insights become process control The use of triboelectric particle velocity monitoring in pneumatic conveying applications is relatively new. In the past, no real viable solutions existed to measure particle velocity in dilute phase pneumatic conveying systems. Pitot tubes can be used to measure air velocity in such systems but encounter problems when introduced into dust-laden...

  • Predictions for 2017 Emissions Monitoring Trends

    Technology driving savings Technology is changing every industry...environmental compliance is no exception. Just as the early commercialization of triboelectric detection by Auburn Systems led to changes in MACT compliance, recent advances in technology mean that the trends in emissions monitoring and recording are better and cheaper than ever. Studies show that investment in better ...

  • 3 Ways Your Current Dust Monitoring System Is Failing You

    More than just satisfying the air permit You might think very little about your emissions or dust monitoring system at your facility. Many only pay attention to the dust collection system when it becomes a nuisance…when it interferes with other activity at your facility. You may tell yourself that your monitoring system will let you know when a problem arises and you can fix it then. ...

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