Air Particle Monitoring
Articles & Whitepapers
A Simple Guide to How Aerosol Particle Counters Work
Overview Aerosol particle counters are built to rapidly count and size contaminant particles in cleanroom air and other controlled environments. Users tend to see this as a device where a button is pressed and absolute results tumble out. However, when measuring anything small, it is important to be aware of the technology within the instrument to understand the relevance of the data generated, ...
The Steps of a Risk Assessment for an Aseptic Filling Line
Here, we will discuss the steps of a risk assessment for an aseptic filling line. Classification First, lock down the classification of your cleanroom. Classification: Is a method of assessing ...
Particles Plus News & Education
The Washington State Environmental Health Association (WSEHA) held its 69th Annual Educational Conference, and Particles Plus was one of the exhibitors. The conference provided an interactive venue for the public health community to share, learn, ...
Asian Conference on Indoor Environmental Quality 2023
Particle Measuring Systems Releases Fully Compliant Remote Microbial Air Sampler with Flexible Installation and Easy Environmental Monitoring System Integration
Particles Plus Inc. is Welcoming Sotirios Papathanasiou
Alfa Chemistry Introduces Basic Filtration Products to Support Researchers in Dealing with Filtration Challenges
Equipment & Solutions
High Pressure Diffusers
The HPD III Aerosol Monitoring Accessory is compatible with non-toxic, non-flammable gases such as Clean Dry Air (CDA), Argon, Nitrogen and Carbon dioxide. Sampling gases at pressures greater than sea level, such as 25 – 100 psi, is challenging for particle counters. Connecting pressurized air or gas to a particle counter can defeat its flowmetering system and possibly damage the ...