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  • Climate models may be overestimating the cooling effect of wildfire aerosols

    Original story at MIT News Whether intentionally set to consume agricultural waste or naturally ignited in forests or peatlands, open-burning fires impact the global climate system in two ways which, to some extent, cancel each other out. On one hand, they generate a significant fraction of ...

  • Rainfall can release aerosols, study finds

    Original story at MIT News Ever notice an earthy smell in the air after a light rain? Now scientists at MIT believe they may have identified the mechanism that releases this aroma, as well as other aerosols, into the environment. Using high-speed cameras, the researchers observed that when a raindrop hits a porous ...

  • Automatic Leak tester for filled Aerosol Cans

    27 Years of Continued Filled Aerosol Can Leak Testing This 23rd February 2011, we ...


    By J.U.M. Engineering GmbH

  • Micro Leak Detector for Filled Aerosol Cans

    Aerosol Can Micro Leak Detectors for the Water Bath Alternative. These high speed Aerosol Can Micro Leak Detectors are designed by J.U.M. And Bautz Engineering to be applied as the testing unit of the verified water bath alternative, or to be applied after a high speed hot water bath to leak test mono-block aluminum cans. Our Machines detect leaks of all LPG propellants, AP70 ...


    By J.U.M. Engineering GmbH

  • Aerosolv Nation Launched To Promote Safe Aerosol Can Recycling

    Company Recruits 'Ambassadors' to Create Aerosol Can Recycling Awareness on College Campuses Worldwide DENVER - A new program has begun recruiting a 'nation' of collaborators to make aerosol can recycling as commonplace as the recycling of aluminum cans, bottles and newspapers. The new initiative, called Aerosolv Nation, aims to address the ...

  • New High Speed Micro Leak Detector for filled Aerosol cans

    Our AeroCan° family of Micro Leak Detection Systems for filled aerosol cans offers a very economical and practical solution to achieve immediate production  savings and improve safety and quality by eliminating bubble detectors and water  bath operators. In addition, the complementary water bath test  method with  partially submersed cans generates accurate data to be easily ...


    By J.U.M. Engineering GmbH

  • Huge demand for PM all monitor

    Palas, the German manufacturer of particulate monitoring instruments, is expanding production to cope with demand for its fine particulate monitor, the Fidas® 200, which is distributed in the UK by Air Monitors. In the following article Jim Mills explains why Air Monitors is being kept busy by the demand for this exciting new technology. PM monitoring – the ultimate ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Aerosols – their part in our rainfall

    “We have identified that the extensive pollution haze emanating from Asia may be re-shaping rainfall patterns in northern Australia but we wonder what impact natural and human-generated aerosols are having across the rest of the country,” Dr Rotstayn said. Aerosols are fine particles suspended in the atmosphere. Sources of human-generated aerosols include industry, motor vehicles and vegetation ...

  • Practical Aerosol Science - A short course in aerosol theory and measurement

    A 3-day course in practical aerosol science is being run between 8th and 10th June, at the University of Manchester. The course aims to deliver an introductory understanding of the challenges faced with aerosol measurements. Sampling ambient particles can be extremely challenging and answering a simple question like 'how big is the particle' depends on what instrument was used to ...


    By The University of Manchester

  • New Aerosol Sensor from Kanomax

    We will be introducing an aerosol monitor that can be integrated into existing Ethernet networks. This monitor has a color-coded display that makes it easy to read at a glance. It can also be configured to alert the user remotely if the particles exceed a custom-set threshold. This instrument is ideal for high-traffic areas such as the gowning area before an actual cleanroom. The included PC ...


    By Kanomax USA, Inc.

  • Dust Dominates Foreign Aerosol Imports To North America

    NASA and university scientists have made the first measurement-based estimate of the amount and composition of tiny airborne particles that arrive in the air over North America each year. With a 3-D view of the atmosphere now possible from satellites, the scientists calculated that dust, not pollution, is the main ingredient of ...

  • Experts to study aerosols’ impact on Australia’s climate

    The impact that human-generated and natural atmospheric particles (aerosols) could be having on Australia’s climate will be discussed next week in Canberra at a workshop involving some of the world’s leading experts in the area. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research scientist, Dr Leon Rotstayn, says the influence aerosols have on climate is still one of the ‘great unknowns’ in climate science. ...

  • Can rain clean the atmosphere?

    Original story at MIT News As a raindrop falls through the atmosphere, it can attract tens to hundreds of tiny aerosol particles to its surface before hitting the ground. The process by which droplets and aerosols attract is coagulation, a natural phenomenon that can act to clear the air of pollutants like soot, sulfates, ...

  • New Study Published on Global and China Aerosol Industry

    ReportsnReports.com adds new market research report on "Research Report on Global and China Aerosol Industry, 2013-2017" to its store. Global consumer markets suffered seriously in the financial crisis in 2008. As a result, residents curtailed unnecessary expenses, which made the market demand decline. In return, global aerosol output volume also declined. However, since 2010, global ...

  • Deep Research Report on Global and China Aerosol Industry

    Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on"Research Report on Global and China Aerosol Industry, 2013 - 2017".The report focuses primarily on quantitative marketmetrics in order to characterize the growth and evolution of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market. View Detail Report With TOC At :  ...


  • Monitoring how aerosols affect climate change

    Monitoring aerosols is of growing interest especially as current research has indicated that fine particulates are linked to not only adverse health effects but also climate change. It has been known for some time that fine particulate matter (PM2.5) has been widely linked to adverse health effects such as asthma. Approximately 70% of particulate mass generated by, for example, bush fires is less ...


    By Ecotech Pty Ltd

  • Real-time determination of anions and cations in aerosols by ion chromatography

    Research on air pollution requires rapid and accurate measurements of inorganic species in ambient air. Coupling a Particle-Into-Liquid-Sampler (PILS) to Metrohm’s 850 Professional IC allows for quasi-continuous measurements with an unprecedented temporal resolution of just 5 to 15 minutes.Filters are only second choice The determination of anions and cations in atmospheric aerosols yields ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • New approach improves accuracy of aerosol measurements on cloudy days

    Satellites taking atmospheric measurements might now be able to see blue skies as clearly as optimists do. Researchers have found a way to reduce cloud-induced glare when satellites measure blue skies on cloudy days, by as much as ten-fold in some cases. The result might lead to more accurate estimates of the amount of sunlight penetrating the atmosphere. Because clouds represent one of the ...

  • Climate studies to benefit from 12 years of satellite aerosol data

    Aerosols, very small particles suspended in the air, play an important role in the global climate balance and in regulating climate change. They are one of the greatest sources of uncertainty in climate change models. ESA's GlobAerosol project has been making the most of European satellite capabilities to monitor them. Using data from the Along Track Scanning Radiometer-2 on the ERS-2 satellite, ...


    By European Space Agency (ESA)

  • What can we do about global warming?

    Science suggests that to mitigate the human contribution to global warming, we should reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. Because some additional warming is inevitable-even if we achieve significant greenhouse gas reductions quickly-we should make plans to adapt to coming climate change. If we are unable to control emissions and/or adapt to unavoidable changes quickly ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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