Articles & Whitepapers
“Particulates” is a complex mix of natural and synthetic microscopic particles such as mineral dust, sea salts, ammonium salts, organic matter, and soot. There are both natural and anthropogenic sources of particulates in the air. The primary concern to health is the ability of particulates to penetrate deep into the lungs of humans and other living organisms, where it affects the ...
Air quality guidelines and standards have an important role to play in the management of air quality. Such standards are generally established and enforced by regulatory agencies in national ...
South Coast Science has donated 3 Praxis/Urbans to Afriset, which are now installed in Ghana, and in use as part of its research programme on low-cost air quality ...
Equipment & Solutions
The PM10 monitor version of OPSIS’ SM200 particulate monitor provides accurate and reliable automatic measurements of PM10 particulate fraction concentrations in ambient air, as well as sampling of the PM10 particulate fraction for subsequent manual analysis.