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aerosol measuring Applications

  • Particle measurement and sampling equipment for Inhalation aerosol measurements

    Dekati Solutions for inhalation aerosol research include real-time particle net charge and bipolar charge measurement instruments. Dekati BOLAR™ is the only commercially available instrument that can detect both positive and negative charge levels of different sized particles in real-time. This electrical charge carried by inhalation aerosols has been found to have effect on device performance and lung deposition of Dry Power Inhalers (DPI), Metered Dose Inhalers (MDI) and nebulizers. Measuring and optimizing...

    By Dekati Ltd. based in Kangasala, FINLAND.

  • Particle measurement and sampling equipment for Air quality

    Dekati® Solutions for air quality particle measurements include both air quality monitoring and atmospheric aerosol research instruments. Our aerosol measurement solutions have been successfully used in various ambient aerosol research and monitoring areas for over 25 years and today, our instruments are used globally by thousands of customers both in research and industry to measure different properties of airborne particles

    By Dekati Ltd. based in Kangasala, FINLAND.

  • Carbonaceous Aerosol Measurement Instruments for Black Carbon Car Emission Factors

    One of the main sources of air pollution is traffic. To estimate the traffic contribution to air pollution the emissions are calculated from the vehicle fleet composition and vehicle emission factors (EF). Since the emission factors depend on vehicle type (cars, heavy and light duty), engine maintenance, driving environment (city, highway, regional roads) and weather, the emmision factors must be measured for in-use vehicles in actual traffic situations.

    By Magee Scientific Company based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Laser based remote sensing instruments for remote visibility / fog applications

    Aerosol LIDARs can provide visibility measurement, including Slant Visual Range (SVR - visibility up the glide slope), Runway Visual Range (RVR), and Vertical Optical Range (VOR - visibility at the decision point). LIDARs offer remote detection, augmenting current sensors wherever visibility is an issue, including for airports, ports, and oil platforms. Using the same principle, they are also capable of detecting incoming fog.

    By Raymetrics S.A. based in Athens, GREECE.

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    Channel networks solutions for replacement of measurement with inverted syphon sector

    Rectangular concrete channel, approx. 2.5 x 2.5 m (w x h). Part filled. Impoundage shield installed later in the channel with inverted syphon and EMF DN 800.

    By NIVUS GmbH based in Eppingen, GERMANY.

  • Cloud and Aerosol Instrument for visibility and fog industry

    Diminished visibility is a major cause of traffic accidents on roadways and cancelled or significantly delayed flights at airports. The source of the deterioration in visibility is the presence of aerosol and cloud (fog) particles in sufficient concentrations to attenuate visible radiation. Mitigating the impact of limited visibility requires better understanding the optical properties of aerosols and fog and improved forecasting of such events in order for drivers to be forewarned and airports to better schedule...

    By Droplet Measurement Technologies (DMT) based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA).

  • Cloud and Aerosol Instrument for Weather modification research idustry

    As climate change continues to impact cloud formation and development, weather modification efforts worldwide are working to enhance precipitation (e.g., rain and snow) and mitigate hail. To effectively introduce “seeding” material into clouds, you need detailed and accurate information on cloud properties that are particular to a given region and season. In order to know when and where to seed clouds, it’s critical to understand specific aerosol and cloud properties.

    By Droplet Measurement Technologies (DMT) based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA).

  • Cloud and Aerosol Instrument for Climate models & radiative forcing industry

    In 1996, the first Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued a report that underscored how aerosols and clouds impact radiative fluxes and modulate climate. Their first report and all subsequent reports every seven years have emphasized how the level of scientific understanding (LOSU) remains low. This major gap in our understanding of how aerosols and clouds alter climate continues to drive the need for more widespread and accurate measurements, especially of black carbon (BC) aerosols that contribut...

    By Droplet Measurement Technologies (DMT) based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA).

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