real-time particle monitoring News

  • Real time monitoring using particulate samplers

    Ecotech is pleased to announce the release of a real time particulate module for use with its range of particulate samplers.High Volume Air Samplers are designed to sample ambient air through a pre-weighed filter for 24 hours after which the filter is weighed and PM concentration calculated. While there are approved methods for semi-real time monitoring such as the Tapered Element Oscillating ...


    By Ecotech Pty Ltd

  • Assessment of landslides using acoustic real-time monitoring

    Researchers at the U.K.'s Loughborough University Civil and Building Engineering department have won the Loughborough Enterprise Awards for Commercialization by demonstrating a technolgy that could save lives around the world and lessen devastation to infrastructure. The one-year project, which is funded by the U.K.'s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, is being led by Dr Neil ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • METTLER TOLEDO Announces New Technology That Tracks Changing Particle Size and Count in Real Time

    The new ParticleTrack G600B with FBRM technology allows scientists to track changing particle size and count in real time at full process concentrations. As experimental conditions vary, particles, particle structures and droplets can be monitored continuously, providing the evidence required to deliver consistent particles with the required attributes. METTLER TOLEDO is ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • New Software From METTLER TOLEDO Allows Scientists to Study Particle Size, Shape and Concentration In Real Time

    The new iC PVM software allows scientists to develop comprehensive process understanding of particle systems faster than ever before with simple and intuitive controls that facilitate the study of particle size, shape and concentration in real time without the need for training. Image-based trending combined with easy-to-use reporting and data management ensures critical process knowledge can ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • ET brings real-time particulate data module to market

    Air quality monitoring specialists can now access real-time particulate data via a simple bolt-on accessory for the BAM-1020, available from Enviro Technology. The BX-895 Real Time Module created by Met One Instruments complements standard hourly readings with one, five, ten, 15 or 30 minute averages. This functionality is useful when correlating changing wind conditions to particulate events or ...

  • METTLER TOLEDO Thornton Announces Real-time Microbial Monitoring System for Pharmaceutical Waters

    METTLER TOLEDO Thornton, a leading supplier of on-line analytical instruments for monitoring purified waters announced the introduction of its 7000RMS analyzer for real-time, continuous measurement of bioburden in the pharmaceutical industry. On-line monitoring of conductivity and total organic carbon (TOC) for pharmaceutical waters have been possible since 1996. However, determining microbial ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • New real-time weighing strengthens your waste shredding business

    You know what materials come to your site and you know what leaves the site, but do you know how much it costs to shred the waste fragments? And do you know exactly how much you can shred in a given time? Or how much you have just shredded? These are vital questions as your business success is based on the volume of material you shred. Even minor deviations between assumed and real volumes can ...


    By Tana Oy

  • Ormantine Now Offers Air Particle Monitors

    Ormantine now offers Air Particle Counters for real time and logged monitoring of PM 0.5, PM 1.0, PM 2.5, and PM 5.0. The DC1700 is a premium model with the following benefits: Internal battery operation for up to 6 hours of continuous use. Generous storage capacity (approximately 10,000 samples). PC interface for data transfer. Internal clock ...


    By Ormantine USA Ltd., Inc.

  • Solway beach monitoring reveals no radioactive particles

    Specialist monitoring at several River Solway beaches in Scotland has detected no Sellafield radioactive particles present. This follows the completion of a monitoring programme agreed recently between the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), the Environment Agency (EA), Sellafield Limited and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA),. Monitoring work at Goat Well Bay ...

  • Particles Plus unveils Air Quality Monitors

    Particles Plus unveiled its new Air Quality Monitors at the 2015 Indoor Environment & Energy Exposition. This line of innovative particle counters measures particle mass concentrations and total particle mass while monitoring and recording essential environmental conditions such as temperature, relative humidity, and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) or Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC). What makes ...


    By Particles Plus, Inc.

  • Airmodus A20 Butanol Condensation Particle Counter

    The Airmodus A20 is well suited for atmospheric measurement, laboratory studies, air quality monitoring, industrial applications, etc. It can also meet the EURO-5 standards in automotive industry. Main Benefits: Measurement range 7 – 1000 nm (50% cut-off size at 7 nm) Aerosol flow rate 1 litres per minute Uses n-butanol as working fluid ...

  • Track soil particles moving through watershed

    Soil erosion of croplands, rangelands, and urban areas is one of the most common problems that negatively affects the environment. Soil particles carried by rainwater along slopes may transport a variety of harmful agricultural and industrial chemicals, cause the soil to lose fertility, and inundate streams. Quantifying the movement of soil through watersheds is a complex task, which requires ...

  • New method for detecting microplastic particles in fish stomachs

    A novel approach for identifying and isolating anthropogenic – including microplastic – particles in fish stomachs has been devised by researchers in Belgium. The new method may enable scientists and policymakers to better assess the presence, quantity and composition of particles ingested by marine life, and improve understanding of the environmental effects of marine plastic ...

  • Californians dying prematurely from particles in vehicle exhaust

    Every year, up to 24,000 Californians die prematurely because they breathe fine particle pollution over a long period of time, according to research presented this week to the California Air Resources Board. A majority of these deaths occur in highly populated areas around the state, including the South Coast, the San Joaquin Valley and the San Francisco Bay air basins.  All combustion ...

  • Air Monitors launches latest industrial particulate monitors

    A new report published in September 2012 by the European Environment Agency shows that almost a third of Europe's city dwellers are exposed to excessive concentrations of airborne particulate matter (PM); one of the most important pollutants in terms of harm to human health because it penetrates sensitive parts of the respiratory system. Colin Craggs from instrumentation specialist Air Monitors ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Met One Instruments, Inc. introduces the next generation in airborne particle counting instrumentation

    Met One Instruments Inc., is pleased to announce the availability of the Model 804 handheld 4-channel particle counter – the latest in a line of innovative measuring equipment for detection of particulate contamination in controlled environments. The 804 enables the user to record 4 channels of simultaneous data from a selection of 7 sizes ranging 0.3 micron to 10.0 micron.   Met ...


    By Met One Instruments, Inc.

  • Better monitoring of environmental pollutants

    One of Mistra´s Idea Support projects has developed a new technique for measuring a material´s chemical activity, i.e., how it reacts with and influences organisms. The technique is simple, cheap and appropriate for both field and laboratory use. Several of the methods that are used for calculating how different chemical environmental pollutants impact organisms measure concentrations of such ...


    By Mistra

  • Air Monitors launches nanoparticle detector

    Traditional methods for measuring airborne particulate matter measure particle mass per unit air volume, usually with an upper size limit of x microns (PMx etc.). However, from a human health perspective, the particles of most interest are those that penetrate deep into the lungs. For this reason, Air Monitors has launched the Naneos Partector nanoparticle detector in the UK. The Swiss made ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Real-world monitoring of air quality using low cost air quality sensors

    The emergence of sensors capable of measuring the gases and particles that make up air pollution, especially in cities and industrial areas, has driven many academic studies which evaluate the sensors and compare performance against reference methodology. Such projects provide valuable and thorough assessment, but they currently work slower than the pace of low cost sensor system development. In ...


    By AQMesh

  • Finer particles give more useful air quality data, says new research

    New air quality research indicates that measuring ultra-fine particles can distinguish between particles generated through human activities, such as combustion, and larger particles, which are more likely to arise from mechanical processes and natural sources. The smallest air particles are from combustion sources such as vehicles and power plants, and easily enter the body. However, air quality ...

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