Could this be used to monitor dust from a demolition site? Detroit is knocking down thousands of ...
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by DustinBlock |
February 24, 2015 19:04 |
Could this be used to monitor dust from a demolition site? Detroit is knocking down thousands of buildings, and I'm curious if these sensors could be used to monitor the sites.
The Dustduino is still in development-- a more mature commercial monitor like the Dylos may be more appropriate in the short-term. We'd love assistance on more dust monitoring tools though!
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