Dust Level Sensor

The dust level sensor from Imperial Systems makes it safe and convenient to monitor dust collection containers. It eliminates the messy process of opening the containers just to check the dust levels. The sensor easily monitors containers located in hard to reach or out of sight locations. Patent Pending

The dust level sensor from Imperial Systems makes it safe and convenient to monitor dust collection containers. It eliminates the messy process of opening the containers just to check the dust levels. The sensor easily monitors containers located in hard to reach or out of sight locations. Patent Pending

The Dust Level Sensor uses sonar to detect how much dust is in the collection container.
One Dust Level Sensor panel monitors up to four containers.

The dust level sensor panel attaches easily to the leg of your dust collector or other attachment point. The sensor itself is attached to the lid of the collection container. The sensor sends a signal into the container and measures the speed of the return signal. This allows it to determine the level of dust in the container. When the sensor detects that the material is within approximately 6 inches, it will trigger a light on the panel. The light conveniently lets the operator see which container is full. An “armed/reset” button easily resets the sensor after the container is changed out.

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The Dust Level Sensor is compatible with any dust collector including:

  • Donaldson Torit
  • Farr APC
  • Robovent
  • Lincoln Electric
  • Messer
  • AAF
  • UAS
  • Airflow Systems
  • Flex-Kleen
  • MAC
  • Micro Air
  • Pneumafil
  • Sly
  • Steelcraft
  • Trion
  • Avani
  • Plymovent

Install and set up your Dust Level Sensor