Automated Solution for Isokinetic and Derived Sampling
Mar 21 2018 Read 860 Times
Dado lab recently launched the world’s first completely automated solution for isokinetic and derived sampling compliant with EN standards using a side sampling configuration option, such as EN14385, EN13211, EN1911 or EN14791.
This field proven solution featuring the ST5/ST5 Evo sampling system can now be connected to the ADS-1 automated side sampler and controls its working flowrate in order to keep a fixed isokinetic/side flowrates ratio, as specified by the standards.
Users simply set the side sampling operating flowrate on the ST5 isokinetic menu, and that’s all; everything is managed by the isokinetic unit.
The ADS-1 “flow loop” greatly helps to prevent problems coming from different inline pressures of the two lines; both isokinetic and derived. This means that it is possible to completely close the side sampling line with a valve without creating any problems for the pump or the impinger train.
Also, a newer version of the Dado Lab Companion app is available for Android smartphones, working as a stand-alone for nozzle or flowrate calculation tools or for wireless connection to the ST5.
The Dado lab team will welcome CEM 2018 visitors to Booth 11
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