Acoem Dynoptic is a recognised specialist in the design and manufacture of high technology instrumentation for opacity, dust and particulate monitoring.
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Opacity, Dust and Particulate monitoring
Acoem Dynoptic, (Dynoptic Systems Ltd) is a recognised specialist in the design and manufacture of high technology instrumentation for continuous emission monitoring.
We offer an innovative range of opacity, dust, particulate and smoke monitors to suit a variety of continuous emission applications such as boilers, filter bag houses, incinerators and other industrial and marine processes.
From our large modern facility in rural Oxfordshire, we design and manufacture all our own products. We export worldwide to more than 40 countries, either through our network of local distributors or directly from our offices here in the UK.
Engineered for accuracy and performance, our instruments are of rugged design and have an excellent reliability record, which has seen them become the industry standard for many large OEM customers.
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Thank you to all our customers, suppliers and colleagues for your efforts and business during 2022, we hope to carry our combined achievement forward into 2023 and beyond. We will be closing for the Christmas holiday during the afternoon of Friday 23rd December, we reopen for business on Tuesday 3rd January. From everyone here at
Acoem Dynoptic are very pleased to release the DSL-800, a US EPA PS-11 compliant laser backscatter particulate emission monitor. Following in the footsteps of the DSL-610, the DSL-800 has been designed to provide an in situ measurement of the concentration of particulate matter passing through a duct, stack or flue of industrial combustion or
Consideration must be taken over where to install your Acoem Dynoptic Opacity, Dust or Particulate monitor. There are a number of points to evaluate before selecting the installation location on your stack or duct, including the following: Accessibility Vibration Gas flow within the stack Liquid aerosols Temperature Cable routes Earth connection Air purge tubing Legislation