Articles & Whitepapers
Airborne particle measurements: 100 LPM vs. 1 CFM particle counters in a semiconductor cleanroom environment
Abstract Many current standards define airborne particle monitoring in units of particles-per-cubic-meter (particles/m3). Often, these standards require sampling an entire cubic meter (1 m3) to provide an accurate measurement of airborne particulate levels. Using a conventional aerosol particle counter that samples 1-cubic-foot per minute (1 CFM) requires more than 35 minutes to sample 1 m3. ...
As anyone who has ridden the subway knows, the air down there is unpleasant. New research done in Canada shows that air pollution levels in Toronto’s subway system are ten times greater than ...
Airborne particulate matter is a major problem in many densely populated areas of the world. This pollutant is a mixture of particles of different size and composition, originating from different sources. The finest fraction of these particles, the ...
Equipment & Solutions
Applications / Characteristics: Increased chemical resistance used to monitor airborne particulates. Does not adsorb acid gases.