Auburn Systems and FilterSense have merged to create the world’s leading provider of particulate monitors and intelligent controls for filtration systems (baghouses, dust collectors etc.) and related material flow processes.
Auburn Systems, LLC announced today the update of its website at www.AuburnSys.com. The new site is designed to help engineers, maintenance, production and maintenance folks find the information they need, quickly. In addition to technical details on all of Auburn’s instruments for environmental monitoring and pneumatic conveying optimization, the site provides easy access to Auburn’s extensive resource center with hundreds of articles, downloadable guides, whitepapers and checklists, and various video and other educational content.
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Online PR News – 02-October-2014 – Danvers, MA – Auburn Systems, LLC an advanced manufacturing electronics and industrial automation firm in Danvers, MA announced today the release of their latest eBook “15 Tips for Selecting the Best Bag Leak Detection System.”
Auburn CEO Ron Dechene commented, "While we’re proud of our many patents and innovation, we’re always pleased to hear from customers, prospects and OEMs that our thought leadership is widely recognized across the bag leak detection industry. We’ve been particularly conscious of the need to properly and individually apply our unique and advanced technology to each specific customer application. And that is reflected in the feedback we receive about our educational and technical sales resources. This eBook on bag leak detection system selection is our latest resource."
Particulate monitoring is a critical factor for manufacturing plants where industrial pollutants are problematic. Many dusts are hazardous or combustible, and those operations generating or handling dusts can require special efforts to monitor and minimize emissions in these areas. According to Auburn’s President and Founder, Ron Dechene, “This schematic illustrates the new, unified DC/AC platform which represents the latest major technology advancement introduced by Auburn. This platform, known as TRIBO.dsp, is the result of a two year design and development project, which will further broaden our markets well beyond the environmental monitoring field. We’re not only the creators of this measurement field but we’re the only company still improving it and now we have a colorful visual to explain our unique technology”.
Auburn’s TRIBO.dsp U3000 series of electrostatic/triboelectric (TRIBO) bag leak detectors and solids flow monitors effectively measure dust, powders, and bulk solids, preventing unexpected downtime and food product loss. The proprietary core technology, TRIBO.dsp, unifies DC impaction (triboelectric) and AC induction electrostatic signals for superior accuracy, reliability, and repeatability. The U3000 series provide a stable and reliable wide range signal, with robust resistance to electrical interference to:
Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious awards given in the processing industry, Processing Magazine presented Auburn Systems with its 2013 Breakthrough Product of the Year Award.
Ron Dechene, President of Auburn Systems, stated "We are all very excited that our TRIBO Series of bag leak detectors and process monitors has been selected by such a prestigious publication as Processing Magazine’s Breakthrough Products of the Year. We were the first company to introduce electrostatic/triboelectric (TRIBO) bag leak detectors and solids flow monitors to monitor and measure dust, powders, and bulk solids for environmental and process control applications. We have always focused on improving and advancing the technology while maintaining the integrity of our products. Today, Auburn Systems remains the leading supplier of the most reliable electrostatic/triboelectric particulate systems—world-wide—and we are grateful for this recognition."
Auburn Systems, Inc. announced today that it will conduct a webinar at 12:00pm Eastern time on Thursday March 26th, 2015. Auburn’s CEO, Ron Dechene, inventor of triboelectric emissions detection will join a team of experts covering an agenda intended for environmental engineering, maintenance and plant management professionals.