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Airborne Particle

dust or droplet found in the air.

See Also: Particle, Nanoparticle


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  • airborne particle counter

    Shanghai Selon Scientific Instrument Co. Ltd.

    1. 0.1 cfm (2.83 lpm) flow rate2. Six particle-size channels (0.3, 0.5, 1.0, 3.0, 5.0, 10μm)3. Date and time display4. Federal Standard 209E Calculation5. Multiple print-modes 6. Data conversion (ft3 and m3) 7. Data storage

  • Airborne Portable Particle Counters

    Climet Instruments Company

    Climet offers over 15 different models, differentiated by a combination of flow rates and feature levels. Climet has set the standard in cleanroom environmental monitoring. Climet particle counters manufactured since 1993 pass the ISO 21501-4 standard, which was ratified more than 14 years later in 2007, and more than 14 years before the competition. All models are all compliant with ISO 14644-1/2, ISO 21501-4, EU GMP Annex 1, and21 CFR Part 11.

  • Remote Sensor Airborne Particle Counter

    CI-3100 Trident Series - Climet Instruments Company

    Remote Sensor Airborne Particle Counter1 CFM With Internal Vacuum Pump For Continuous Monitoring. Long-Term Accuracy & Unsurpassed Repeatability of Measurement. 10,080 Sample Data Buffer.

  • Air Samplers

    Bertin Instruments

    Coriolis Air samplers are dedicated to the collect of biological particles in the air which bring new perspectives for the control of airborne contamination thanks to its liquid sample.

  • Portable biological air sampler

    Shanghai Selon Scientific Instrument Co. Ltd.

    biological sampler is a kind of high effective air biological sampler. It is designed according to the principle of multi jet holes particle impact and isokinetic sampling. And it gets the consistence of animalcule more accurately. When sampling, airborne particles will impact on agar surface of substrate utensil through tiny holes; after incubation of the agar plate, colonies can be counted and identified.

  • Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer Spectrometer

    3938 - TSI Inc.

    TSI''s newest Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer SMPS™ spectrometer is widely used as the standard for measuring airborne particle size distributions. This system is also routinely used to make accurate nanoparticle size measurements of particles suspended in liquids. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) uses a TSI DMA to size 60 nm and 100 nm standard size reference materials. SMPS spectrometer sizing is a discreet technique in which number concentrations are measured directly without assuming the shape of the particle size distribution. The method is independent of the refractive index of the particle or fluid, and has a high degree of absolute sizing accuracy and measurement repeatability. TSI''s Model 3938 is the 3rd generation of SMP, trusted by researchers for over 30 years.

  • Semiconductor Sensors

    CyberOptics Corporation

    Whether it’s for leveling, vibration, relative humidity, airborne particle sensing, teaching, or gapping, CyberOptics WaferSense and ReticleSense sensors for Semiconductor fabs and equipment OEMs are the world’s most efficient and effective wireless measurement devices. CEO, Dr. Subodh Kulkarni provides a view into the use of CyberOptics’ Multiple Reflection Suppression (MRS) technology in back-end and front-end semiconductor.

  • Capacitive Proximity Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Sometimes you need to know what is hidden beneath a surface. Behind a wall, for example, inside a storage container, inside a shipping container, or behind a cover. Capacitive proximity sensors are ideal for level and feed monitoring. From solid material, such as paper or wood, to granules or liquids, they can be relied upon to detect what is happening in the production process and during final inspection. Is there something behind that cover? Is the finished package really full? How much paint is still left in the tank? For capacitive proximity sensors, these are easy questions to answer. SICKs capacitive proximity sensors are never far from the action. Sensing ranges between 1 and 25 mm allow them to be used in nearly all installation situations, making them extremely adaptable for a wide range of applications. These sensors are also remarkably resistant to interference. Impurities, contamination, dust, and airborne spray particles have little effect on them, nor does electromagnetic interference. No wonder they are installed in a wide range of industries, such as food and automotive, or in storage and conveyor systems.