Aerosols Equipment in USA

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NUCON - Model AGT - Aerosol Generator

by NUCON International, Inc.     based in Columbus, OHIO (USA)

The NUCON Model AGT is a high-output portable thermal aerosol (DOP or PAO) generator. It can provide up to 241 mL/min of submicron PAO, or 121 mL/min of submicron DOP, aerosol. System pressure indicator and all operational controls are on the front panel. Liquid to gas phase conversion takes place in a continuous stainless steel coil cast in an ...

Model 3302A - Aerosol Diluter

by TSI Incorporated     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

Aerosol Diluter 3302A reduces particle concentrations of high-concentration aerosols, providing a representative sample that meets the input requirements of the Aerodynamic Particle Sizer® (APS) spectrometer. This APS accessory achieves dilution ratios of 100 to 1 and 20 to 1 using easy-to-change capillary tubes. Two diluters in a tandem ...

Model 3079 - Aerosol Generator

by TSI Incorporated     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

Aerosol Generator 3079 is a rugged, compact atomizer generates particles in concentrations up to 108 particles/cm3 and offers an adjustable flow rate from 1.0 to 4.2 L/min. A built-in, low-noise compressor provides compressed air, and the atomizer head is made entirely of stainless steel. Operating components are protected by a hood, making this ...

Kanomax - Model PAMS - Portable Aerosol Mobility Spectrometer

by Kanomax USA, Inc.     based in Andover, NEW JERSEY (USA)

The Portable Aerosol Mobility Spectrometer is an electrical mobility size spectrometer designed for portable, mobile, or handheld aerosol sampling applications.

Palas - Model BEG 1000 - Low-Concentration Test Aerosol Generator

by Palas GmbH     based in Karlsruhe, GERMANY

Generation of test aerosols from powder, dust, pollen, etc.; mass flow approx. 8 g/h to 6 kg/h. Many applications in research, development, and quality assurance require solid particle aerosols from powders and dusts. For over 20 years, the BEG 1000 has been successfully used for the reliable dispersion of non-cohesive powders, e.g. to generate ...

NUCON - Model SN-10 - Aerosol Generator

by NUCON International, Inc.     based in Columbus, OHIO (USA)

The NUCON Model SN-10 produces a uniform particle size distribution aerosol and can be used with a variety of challenge agents. Volumetric output is linear and particle size distribution is constant over a 10-100 psig input pressure range. The SN-10 is the perfect upgrade of the 'Laskin Nozzle' aerosol generator.

AeroFid - Model 200 - Automatic Micro Leak Detector for Filled Aerosol Cans

by J.U.M. Engineering GmbH     based in Karlsfeld, GERMANY

The AeroFid-200 tests up to 250 cans per minute also at a footprint of less than 1 sqare meter. This compact, over the conveyor machine houses the high speed leak analyzer, the control panel with touch screen display and the zero air generator. Our long standing, fast responding Model 22B hydrocarbon propellant sensor automatically extracts one ...

microAeth - Model AE51 - Pocket-Sized Black Carbon Aerosol Monitor

by Aethlabs     based in San Francisco, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The microAeth Model AE51 is the world's first ever real-time, pocket-sized Black Carbon aerosol monitor. This palm-size instrument is small enough to be worn by a person in order to measure the real-time concentration of black carbon which a person may be exposed to. The microAeth incorporates the same Aethalometer measurement technology which has ...

Model pDR-1500 - Aerosol Monitor

by Thermo Scientific, Water Analysis Instruments     based in Beverly, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

 Provide real-time results and gravimetric validation with Thermo Scientific™ personal DataRAM™ pDR-1500 Aerosol Monitor, a personal aerosol instrument that offers benchtop performance. This fully integrated, active, volumetrically controlled personal sampling instrument offers greater precision, increased capabilities and ...

Wide Range Aerosol Spectrometer

by Grimm Technologies     based in Douglasville, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Gravimetric measurements have shown that the entire part of the mass of fine dust below 0.5 µm makes up less than 1%. But if the particles are counted, 80% below the size range of 0.5µm. It is not obvious if the particle number or the particle mass has a greater effect on the human health. Therefore it would be useful to have a device ...

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