Auburn Systems and FilterSense have merged to become the leading provider of particulate monitors and intelligent controls for filtration systems.
Online PR News – 04-December-2017 – Beverly, MA – 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 invented triboelectric particulate flow monitoring, and FilterSense has been a pioneer in advancing particulate monitoring and intelligent filtration control. The new company, Auburn FilterSense LLC, will apply over 60 years of combined experience and application knowledge from over 75,000 installations to bring unmatched technology and support to help customers worldwide prevent emissions and improve operations. The merger is growth orientated with all employees, product brands and sales channels remaining. Founders Matt Andrews (FilterSense) and Ron Dechene (Auburn Systems) respectively agree the partnership will enable engaging the market in a much more dynamic manner. They jointly note that ‘it’s a fantastic opportunity to combine our extensive industry knowledge, experienced employees and resources to bring more industry leading solutions to market faster.'
Auburn FilterSense LLC manufactures continuous particulate monitors and filter leak detectors (i.e., broken bag detectors) for process control, maintenance planning, and regulatory compliance, including US-EPA NESHAP, PM CEMs, PM CPMS (particulate matter continuous parametric monitoring system), US-EPA MACT BLDS (bag leak detection system), TUV QAL1, MCERTS and CEC (China EPA) regulations. intelligent diagnostic controls and HMI/SCADA software for baghouses and dust collection systems optimize the entire filter system operation while simultaneously lowering operating costs and further supporting EPA, OSHA, and NFPA compliance. Powder/solids flow detectors trend flow rates and alarm for blockage. particle velocity monitors ensure proper dust extraction and enable optimizing powder processing and pneumatic transport while minimizing conveying energy use.