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aerosol black carbon equipment

  • microAeth - Model AE51 - Pocket-Sized Black Carbon Aerosol Monitor

    The microAeth AE51 is a real-time, pocket-sized Black Carbon aerosol monitor. This palm-size instrument is small enough to be worn on-person and provides aerosol Black Carbon concentration in real-time. The microAeth incorporates the same Aethalometer® measurement technology which has been used worldwide for over 30 years.

    By Aethlabs based in San Francisco, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • microAeth® - Model AE51 - Pocket-Sized Black Carbon Aerosol Monitor

    The microAeth AE51 is a real-time, pocket-sized Black Carbon aerosol monitor. This palm-size instrument is small enough to be worn on-person and provides aerosol Black Carbon concentration in real-time. The microAeth incorporates the same Aethalometer® measurement technology which has been used worldwide for over 30 years.

    By Benchmark Monitoring based in Mc Dougalls Hill, AUSTRALIA. from Aethlabs Microaeth Product line

  • Everise - Model EA-12 - Aethalometer

    Black Carbon Aerosol (BC) has recently been identified as a factor, second only to carbon dioxide, resulting in global climate change. Black carbon aerosol generates from the incomplete combustion of fossils and biomass fuels, such as motor vehicle exhaust, thermal power, forest fires and so on. Black carbon aerosols can strongly absorb natural ...

    By Everise Technology Ltd. based in Beijing, CHINA. from Haze Monitors Product line

  • Magee Scientific - Model AE33 - Aethalometer

    The Aethalometer is the instrument most-used in the world for the real-time measurement of aerosol Black Carbon.  The Model AE33 is the culmination of almost 40 years of experience and development.  It provides accurate data with aerosol speciation on time-scales as rapid as 1 second, using our patented DualSpot™ ...

    By Magee Scientific Company based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Online Monitors Product line

  • SootScan - Model OT21 - Optical Transmissometer Bench Top Analyzer

    The SootScan Model OT21 Optical Transmissometer bench top analyzer is a simple and robust instrument which measures the Black Carbon content of an aerosol sample collected on a filter, either from  ambient air or from source emissions.

    By Magee Scientific Company based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Offline Monitors Product line

  • microAeth® - Model MA350 - Real-time 5-Wavelength UV-IR Black Carbon Monitor

    The microAeth MA350 is a real-time 5-wavelength UV-IR Black Carbon monitor housed in an outdoor-rated case with an 85 sampling location automatic filter tape advance system which allows for 3-12 months of continuous measurements.The device is a self-contained instrument with built-in pump, flow control, data storage, and 4X the battery capacity of ...

    By Benchmark Monitoring based in Mc Dougalls Hill, AUSTRALIA. from Aethlabs Microaeth Product line

  • Brechtel - Model 2901 - Tricolor Absorption Photometer (TAP)

    Perform real-time light absorption and black carbon measurements using light transmission through a filter with the Tricolor Absorption Photometer (TAP). Based on a decades-proven design that is simple to use and maintain, the TAP measures light absorption at three wavelengths by particles deposited on a filter. By assuming a mass extinction ...

    By Brechtel based in Hayward, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Chemistry and Black Carbon Product line

  • Cambustion - Centrifugal Particle Mass Analyzer

    Historically the Differential Mobility Analyzer (DMA) has been used to classify nanoparticles by electrical mobility. This technique has become an internationally accepted standard for ultrafine particle size measurement. The classification in a DMA depends on the ratio between electrical charge and aerodynamic drag on each particle. Since both of ...

    By Cambustion Ltd based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM. from Aerosol Science Instrumentation Product line

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