HI-Q Environmental Products Company

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HI-Q Environmental Products Company Products

  • Size Selective Particulate Sampling Inlets

    HI-Q’s line of Size Selective Inlets sample suspended particulate in the air at a flow rates from as low as 16 LPM to as high as 40 CFM. The air is accelerated through multiple internal nozzles toward a greased collection plate. Due to momentum, the larger particles cannot negotiate the air stream turn, thereby colliding and adhering to the collection plate. By calculating and adjusting flow rate and stopping distances, smaller particles can be carried through and collected on pre-weig

  • HI-Q - Radiation Kinetic Impactor Inlets

    HI-Q - Radiation Kinetic Impactor Inlets

    HI-Q Environmental Products Company's AK-Series adjustable Annular Kinetic Impactor Heads are designed for collecting alpha, beta, & gamma-emitting contaminants, plutonium fission, Radon decay products and size specific dust particles. By adjusting the stopping distance (nozzle to impactor plate distance) and varying the particle velocities an operator can collect size specific dust particles. The AKI is currently being used in the field at 30 CFM...

  • HI-Q - Model PM-2.5 - Particulate Sampling Inlets with Filter Holder

    HI-Q - Model PM-2.5 - Particulate Sampling Inlets with Filter Holder

    HI-Q Environmental Products Company's, EPA Designed, PM-2.5 Sample inlet operates on the same principles of particulate impaction as the PM10-INLET described above. Air is drawn into the omnidirectional inlet head at a flow rate of 16.67 LPM. The air is then accelerated toward the first impaction stage where particulate with aerodynamic diameters greater than 10mm are collected (filtered out). The air stream, carrying particulate 10 microns and...

  • HI-Q - Model PM-10 - Particulate Selective Sampling Inlets

    HI-Q - Model PM-10 - Particulate Selective Sampling Inlets

    HI-Q Environmental Products Company's High Volume PM-10 Size Selective Inlet samples suspended particulate in the air at a flow rate of 40 CFM through its omnidirectional head. The air is then accelerated through multiple internal nozzles toward a greased collection plate. Due to their larger momentum, particles greater than 10 microns cannot negotiate the air stream turn, thereby colliding and adhering to the collection plate. Due to the...