Climatronics’ PARTAC™ tactical particulate profiler detects a wide range of natural and man-made airborne particulates, including those associated with WMD attacks

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Source: Climatronics Corporation

Climatronics Corporation announces the introduction of PARTAC™, a new tactical particulate profiler capable of detecting a wide range of natural and man-made airborne particulates, including those associated with WMD attacks. This robust eight-channel, low power monitor uses an internal laser scattering detector to rapidly count and sort incoming particulates by size into eight programmable bins. With a range of 0.3 to 10µm, the PARTAC™ detects those particulates most likely to be drawn into the lungs.

PARTAC™ features extremely low power requirements and can be operated from a wide variety of AC or DC power sources. Easy, tool-free set up enables the system to be operational in under five minutes, with no orientation or calibration requirements. PARTAC™ can be combined with Climatronics' TACMET II weather station as an integrated system for detecting partulates, determining their direction of origination, and their potential threat to downwind personnel. Digital data transmitted from the PARTAC™ can be used for immediate warnings or sent to data logger for later analysis.

In force protection applications, PARTAC™ can serve as an atmospheric 'tripwire' against approaching biological agents. It can also be deployed to provide ambient monitoring in public and work places, and used as a ground truth sensor for the verification of standoff particulate detection technologies, as well as other research applications.

Climatronics is a leading manufacturer of weather sensors and systems specializing in turn-key system integration and custom application.  We supply and service our equipment throughout the world and maintain a complete factory calibration facility.

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