This website uses cookies

Some are necessary for performance, others help us improve the user experience and personalise content and ads. 
By clicking 'Accept all cookies' you consent to the use of all cookies
Enter your search word


The principle of tribo-electric dust measurement is that whenever a dust particle hits an electrically loaded metal stick, which has been placed across a flue gas duct, the charge of the metal stick is changed. The more dust particles hitting the stick per time unit, the more it influences the metal stick.

The changes in the charging of the metal stick are an expression of the dust concentration of the process. As the dust particles do not have a well-defined density and as their own charging is different from process to process, the tribo-electric dust meters must be calibrated by an accredited test laboratory to relate the relative measurement into mg/m3.
No item found