Particulate Monitors

Particulates, or more specifically Particulate Matter (PM), are a mix of solid particles and liquid droplets suspended in air. If not properly managed particulates can be a health hazard to those exposed to them over a significant length of time. Particulates can take many forms including dry bulk foodstuffs, aggregates, aerosols, wood fibres and silica dust. SKC offers a wide range of direct reading instruments and dust monitors for monitoring particulates for personal exposure, workplace exposure and environmental monitoring, from the hand held respiratory monitor to the sophisticated ambient monitor for 24 hour sampling.

HAZ-DUST IV

HAZ-DUST IV Particulate MonitorA personal real-time aerosol monitor providing immediate breathing zone measurements of aerosol and dust for industrial hygiene and environmental air investigations.

HAZ-DUST 7204

HAZ-DUST 7204 Particulate MonitorCombines a flow compensated pump for gravimetric sampling with an optical sensor for particulate montoring.

Split2

SPLIT2 Particulate MonitorA passive dust monitor, designed for personal or area monitoring for respirable, thoracic, or inhalable dust.

HAZ-DUST I

HAZ-DUST I Particulate MonitorAn ideal survey tool for particulate monitoring. It provides instantaneous readings for respirable dust.

EPAM 5000

EPAM 5000 Particulate MonitorHighly sensitive and accurate portable monitor for ambient and environmental particulate monitoring, with 10, 2.5, or a 1.0 ┬Ám sampling heads.

AIR-AIDE

AIR-AIDE Particulate MonitorA portable, fixed-point monitor for measuring lung damaging dust levels.

HAZ-SCANNER EPAS

Environmental Perimeter Air Station (EPAS)An environmental perimeter air station, easily deployed as an ambient air quality monitor to scan, measure and document.

HAZ-DUST DPM-7204

DPM-7204Designed for measuring diesel particulate matter.

HAZ-DUST SM-7204

SM-7204 Silica MonitorSimultaneously provides real-time particulate readout and gravimetric silica sampling.

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