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Product Code: 8537
DustTrak 8537 Aerosol Monitor Environmental Enclosure
The custom designed, pole-mounted, weatherproof NEMA 3R rated metal case protects the DustTrak™ II or DustTrak DRX Aerosol Monitor for long-term outdoor monitoring applications. The built-in electrical panel provides electrical connections to power the DustTrak Aerosol Monitor and optional accessories through the optional internal battery system or power supply adaptor.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Optional accessories: Internal Battery System, Heat Shield, Solar Power System, Cloud Data Management System and Heated Inlet Sample Conditioner
- Lockable, secure enclosure
- 360? omni-directional sampling inlet specifically designed to sample efficiently in a broad range of wind conditions
- Water trap prevents precipitation from entering the instrument
- Secure method of deploying the DustTrak aerosol monitor and its accessories
- Outdoor environmental monitoring
- Fugitive emissions monitoring
- Site perimeter monitoring
- Fence-line monitoring
- Dust control operations
- Environmental research studies
- Construction sites
- Harsh industrial environments
- Urban pollution studies
NEMA 3R metal enclosure
360? omni-directional sampling inlet
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