· Fine dust measuring methodology (PM10 – PM2,5 – PM1)
· Inhalable – Thoracic
· Respirable Particle count distribution for “Laser-Scattering” instruments
The PersonalDustMonit unit is an instrument for measuring and registering in continuation particles present in the air. Laser scattering is the method used by PersonalDustMonit for measuring the particles that make up the atmospheric particulate and class them based on their dimensions. Laser scattering allows immediate and continuous measurement of fine particles present in the air both with respect to their number, their dimensions and their concentration in µg/m3.
The compactness, the reduced dimensions, the lightness and its long lasting autonomous supply make this instrument easy to use.
Possibility of storing all measurements carried out
Possibility of downloading data measured for suitable uses
Internally battery powered and 220V 50Hz
Insensitive to vibrations and external collisions
Long term calibration stability
No radioactivity source
Possibility to operate outside
Measuring the concentration of the particles inhaled by a person during any day or part of it.
It is possible to obtain both the measurement of the concentrations of the fine particulate where the person has been and has worked through the day and the measurement of the number of the particles (total or divided in particle classes) that the individual has inhaled with the contemporary specification of time and place where the measured particles were inhaled.
Mapping an area with respect to the concentration of the atmospheric particulate.
Immediate measurement of the concentration of dusts present in a specific location both urban and industrial.
Controlling and checking the forecast modeling of the concentrations of the particulate in the atmosphere.
Valuating the environmental safety degree with respect to the particulate of a moving individual in a working area.
Use on moving vehicles such as cars, trucks, trains, planes, etc.