sequential air sampling Equipment

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Niskin - Model 1010 - Water Sampler

by General Oceanics Inc.     based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA)

Non-metallic free-flushing sampling bottles activated by GO Devil messenger (1000-MG) when individually or serially attached to hydrocable. Sequential closure by remote command with model 1015 Rosette multibottle array, or with model AR1015 Acoustic Command Control option.

NISKIN-X - Model 1010X - External Spring Water Sampler

by General Oceanics Inc.     based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA)

1010X External Spring Water Sampling Bottles Now you can have the simplicity and reliability of a Niskin water sampler and have a completely unobstructed sample chamber. The new Niskin X utilizes stainless steel external spring closures. The Niskin X Water Sampler can be activated by the GO Devil Messenger (1000-MG) when individually or serially ...

Go-Flo - Model 1080 - Water Sampling Bottles

by General Oceanics Inc.     based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA)

The GO-FLO sampling bottle feature a close-open-close operation. Opens automatically (hydrostatic pressure activated) at approximately 10 meters (33 feet), then flushes until closed by standard GO Devil messenger (model 1000-MG) individually, serially, or sequentially by remote command with a model 1015 Rosette multibottle array, or with model ...

MICRODUST - Model PM10 - Sequential Sampler

by Aquaria     based in Lacchirarella, ITALY

Both the European Union (EU, 1996) that the Ministry of Environment (DM 25/11/94), have highlighted the importance of continuous monitoring of exposure to physical finer aerosol or with an aerodynamic diameter less than 10 ìm (thoracic fraction or PM 10). These particles are indeed responsible for significant adverse health effects ...

Silent - Sequential Air Sampler

by FAI Instruments     based in Fonte Nouva, ITALY

SILENT Sequential Air Sampler  is a sequential instrument specifically developed for particulate matter collection in indoor environment.

Model PNS 16-3.1 and PNS 16-6.1 - Sampling Systems

by Comde-Derenda GmbH     based in Stahnsdorf, GERMANY

Automatic sequential sampling systems for sampling PM10 (acc. to CEN12341), PM2.5 (acc. to CEN14907) and PM1 particulates. The dust collection system comprises a low-volume sampler unit (LVS) and a filter changer with an intake tube and sampling head (inlet) to collect particulate matter from outdoor air. It functions as per CEN 12341 (PM10) and ...

Thermo Scientific - Model Partisol™ 2300 - Speciation Sampler

by Thermo Scientific - LC/MS GC GC/MS     based in MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Characterize particles and gases contained in ambient air with Thermo Scientific™ Partisol™ 2300 Speciation Sampler. This flexible sampling platform contains the same user interface and is built upon the same hardware platform as the popular Partisol Model 2025 Sequential Air Sampler and allows two size fractions to be sampled ...

Model GAS-60 - Gas Analyzer

by BTG Instruments GmbH     based in Herrsching, GERMANY

The GAS-60 Gas Analyzer measures online both free air and dissolved gas by a sequential sampling and analysis technique. Paper, board and tissue making processes have become a lot more foamy due to excessive air mixed in from recycled furnishes, high turbulence operations and dissolved carbon dioxide gas released from calcium carbonate, commonly ...

Cerex - Model UV 3000 C - Fixed Mount Multi-Gas Analyzer

by Cerex Monitoring Solutions, LLC.     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

The Cerex UV 3000C is a fixed mount multi-gas analyzer with internal sample cell. Available with an integrated twelve port multiplexer, the UV 3000C offers sequential zone monitoring of up to ten locations for leak detection, process monitoring or indoor air quality monitoring. Two ports are generally reserved for operator specified quality ...

MICROFLOW - Model alfa - Microbiological Air Sampler

by Aquaria     based in Lacchirarella, ITALY

MICROFLOW alfa has been developed for bio-aerosol sampling in critical places (e.g. clean rooms, food plants, fermentation’s plants etc….). Microflow alfa allows to verify and quantify microorganism presence. In this way you can value the exposure or you can identify the source in order to put in place corrective actions.

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