Accurate, real-time airflow monitoring systems designed for mine ventilation optimization.
The leader in ultrasonic airflow technology providing highly accurate measurements for velocity, direction and volume of air movement in demanding mining environments.
Use FlowTRAX as part of an air quality management system for ventilation control in underground mines. FlowTRAX gives you access to primary and auxiliary fan airflow as well as drift and tunnel airflow monitoring.
A variety of airflow monitoring possibilities
Used for ramps, drifts, travel ways, shafts and raises
Used for surface Intake and exhaust fans
Stainless steel mounting plate designed for specific fan application with a ball and socket sensor assembly for easy alignment and quick installation.
Used for Auxiliary Ventilation for Fan and Ducts
Long Range Sensor
Long Range Sensor
Used for long range sensor applications, road tunnels, salt mines, room and pillar
Designed to accurately measure airflow over long distance runs, wide tunnels, and large cross-sectional measuring areas.
Our systems are supplied with multiple configuration options for simple installation
Reasons to work with Flowtrax™
Accutron has extensive experience over 20 years building Primary Fan Flow meters that work on the Discharge Side.
We understand measuring in a turbulent application is a challenge, difficult, almost impossible. Accutron Fan sensors can measure in the most demanding Fan applications. Like exhaust Fans.
Never miss a reading, never get a spike
best sensing airflow sensor for fan control.
Our Accutron Digital Signal Processing (DSP) provides advance J-Filter noise discrimination. Further our E-Sensor suppresses other background interferences. 60% of our Primary Fan installs are on the Discharge side.
The Accutron FLOWTRAX airflow monitor is designed to measure airflow velocity and volume in a variety of mining and tunnel applications. This ultrasonic, time-of-flight instrument is designed to measure flow in underground tunnels as well as primary and booster fan flow output.
The basics of the measuring principle of Ultrasonic Flowmeters in a few minutes.