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Can the ECOGATE System be used with Spark Detection Systems?

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Can the ECOGATE System be used with Spark Detection Systems?

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Yes, but you must follow design rules in this paragraph. There is a very good explanation of the spark detection system design @ http://www.hansentek.com/design.html Placement of the spark detection sensor is based on a formula: Distance (Ds) >= Total System Reaction Time (Tr) x Velocity (V). With a known velocity we simply calculate the distance ahead of the spray for placement of the detectors. The ECOGATE System is using variable air speed according to the CFM requirements, i.e. the distance must be designed according to the maximum air velocity in the main duct. I. ECOGATE System installation in existing dust collecting systems a. existing main duct: we are never using higher air velocities, i.e. existing speed in the main duct before the ECOGATE System installation is also maximum speed (if dust collecting system is correctly designed, min. air velocity in the main duct is about 4000 FPM). The spark detection sensor placement can remain in same position as it was prior to the ECOG

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