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EN 13284-1 Stationary Source Emissions – Sampling Train
EN 13284-1 Stationary source emissions — Determination of low range mass concentration of dust — Part 1: Manual gravimetric method is the “mother” of all standards related to isokinetism.
It is strongly connected to EN 15259, Air quality – Measurement of stationary source emissions – Requirements for measurement sections and sites and for the measurement objective, plan and report and EN ISO 16911-1, Stationary source emissions – Manual and automatic determination of velocity and volume flow rate in ducts – Part 1: Manual reference method (ISO 16911-1:2013).
In the new rotative probe all prescriptions and suggestions has been adopted to be fully compliant to all standards regarding isokinetism.
However, we have gone beyond and we have added new features such as a twin sampling gas line. This means that, simultaneously, you can sample particulate and to connect the gas lines to an FID analyser, real time analyser, FTIR analyser or any other device that sample heated gas. The heating of the probe and thermal insulation avoid any condensation during the gas transit.
360° Rotating Probe
(Isokinetic Heated Probe for Stack)
Cooling and Condensing Devices
Why is called “rotative”?
Because the heated box, due to a special trick, can stay in its position while the heated tube, pitot tube and particulate input connected to it, is free to rotate for 360°. This is useful if you have to perform the “swirl angle check” and “stagnation check” required from the standard ISO16911-1:2013.
With this feature is also possible to sample in horizontal or inclined ducts.
Last but not least, the new design has allowed to reduce significantly the weight, improving the handling and stress during transport.
The probe is available in various length and different materials, depeding if you need to sample only particulate (stainless steel is permitted) or in conjunction with other pollutants (Titanium, PTFE, Borosilicate glass or Quartz)
Instruments Compliant to the regulation EN 13284-1
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