For 37 years A. P. BUCK, INC. has manufactured the most advanced and innovative instruments for indoor air sampling. We supply air sampling pumps and calibrators for industrial hygiene, indoor air quality, occupational health, environmental, health physics and safety disciplines.
Since 1981, A.P. BUCK has led the way with advanced-design products that solve real-world environmental and industrial hygiene sampling problems. From the industry's first electronic Primary Flow bubble calibrator, to today’s most powerful data-logging personal air sampling pumps, BUCK technology continues to provide the most dependable, reliable sampling performance.
Our data-logging VSS Series and economical Basic Series Pumps share advanced features such as unique one-hour chargers, the FastOne™ and FastFive , built-in battery maintenance, even multi-language capability.
In 2005 A.P. BUCK introduced the Libra series of sampling pumps. They include a low cost abatment pump and the Libra Plus LP-5, which runs 20 + hours on one battery charge at 2 LPM.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) products were introduced in 2002 and have expanded to include a complete line of high volume air sampling pumps, microbial samplers, toxic gas samplers and accessories.. The rise in public concern over mold contamination and other microbiological threats has led to development of spore trap cassettes, bio-slides and convenient battery powered portable pumps, the BioAire™ and BioSlide™ microbiological sampling pumps. Recent addition is the BioCulture for viable samples.
BUCK'S advanced technology has also been applied to many unique air sampling challenges confronting Industrial Hygienists and IAQ Professionals in the field. Call to discuss your particular special needs.
Contact our CUSTOMER CARE department for quick, friendly and knowledgeable answers to all your sampling questions. Or check out our web page at www.apbuck.com for a complete description of our entire line of instruments and accessories. Any way you choose, A.P. BUCK can assist with your most difficult sampling problems.