One of our partners approached Enviro Paul to supply and configure 3 remote dust monitoring stations to assist with tsp particulate monitoring to ensure they complied with NEPC guidelines while a demolition work was being undertaken on the old hospital. NEPC stipulates that ambient outdoor air pollution (PM10 and PM2.5) dust particle mater not exceed 50 μg/m3 per 24 hours. Our Remote Solar powered dust monitoring stations met the criteria as they were portable, equiped with a rechargeable solar powered battery and supports a wide variety of data collection systems.
Carnarvon is about 900km north of Perth and 1461km south of Broome with a population of approximately 4,426. With semi-arid climate dust pollution and tsp particulate concentration monitoring needs be taken very seriously when considering construction and demolition projects.
Supply of 3 remote PM10 Dust Monitoring Stations for a Hospital being demolished in Carnarvon for air quality monitoring.
The client brief require real time PM 10 dust data to be sampled every minute logged every 5 minutes and sent to a cloud web site every 15 minutes .
The solution was to pair a YDOC with a TP2510 with a 20W Solar Panel and rechargeable battery
We chose to use the TP2510 as they measure from 0 to 1000 ug/m3 and have a 4 to 20 mA output and easily configured on the YDOC. Because of the remote location, a portable solar-powered dust monitoring solution was required
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