Within the Combustion business line, Fives Pillard offers ultimate solutions to its customer and drives projects as a true partner. The Pillard product range is recognised worldwide as outstanding combustion solutions, mainly for the mineral and energy markets.
With 80 years' experience in industrial engineering and contract execution, teams dedicated to the Pillard product line - 400 strong in France, Spain, Germany, India and China - have proven operational excellence in dealing with major projects worldwide.
Pillard's high-efficiency equipment, ultimate technologies and solutions help customers in exceeding their objectives in term of energy consumption and emission.
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Pillard OPASTOP® GP4000H ensures the continuous surveillance of dust emission at stack and after bag filter monitoring. It applies to all industries with dust.
Based on a sturdy and sustainable industrial design, OPASTOP® GP4000H is recognized by customers as a reference in dust measurement.
Compliant with the QAL 1 certificate in collaboration with the TUV and with 7 evolutions developed since it was launched 30 years ago, OPASTOP® GP4000H is the ultimate solution for low concentration of dust.
EASY TO INSTALL
The optical measuring by reflection of the paticles is made by a single sensor.
Thanks to this configuration, the OPASTOP® GP4000H is installed by one side / one hole mounting type for a very simplified installation.
EASY TO MAINTAIN
Thanks to its modular design consisting in 3 main parts (optic fiber, electronic cabinet and sensor) Pillard OPASTOP® GP4000H maintenance is very easy as the operator can immediately replace the part concerned. Built with optic fiber, the electronic part is never in contact with flue gas, thus limiting the risk of destruction.
Specialized in ultimate and pioneering combustion solutions, Fives can also adapt to any specific requests (INOX and tropicalized versions, higher length of optic fiber, flue gas temperature up to 800°C) and provide customers with taylor-made solutions depending on dimensions, materials, access and site constraints.