Dust Monitors

Dust Monitors and Pumps

We offer a complete line of reliable precision-engineered Thermo particulate (dust) monitors and constant flow air sampling pumps for industrial hygiene, safety, environmental, occupational health, and indoor air quality applications. In addition, we offer an extensive range of size selective cyclones for specialist dust monitoring applications and air sampling media for gas and vapour, particulate, and bioaerosol sampling.

 

Thermo Scientific pDR-1500

The personalDataRAM pDR-1500 is a personal aerosol instrument that offers benchtop performance. A fully integrated, active, volumetrically controlled, personal sampling instrument with greater precision, increased capabilities, and decreased size and weight in an easy to use package ...More

Thermo Scientific ADR-1500

The Thermo Scientific Area Dust Monitor, Model ADR-1500 utilizes the highly sensitive light-scattering photometer (nephelometer) technology, as used in the Thermo Scientific pDR Series ...More

Casella CEL-712 Microdust Pro

The CEL-712 Microdust Pro is a rugged, hand-held, data logging instrument for the real-time detection of airborne dusts, fumes and aerosols. It has a large colour display and a graphical facility, allowing the user to instantly view the dust level and trends. It is ideal for walkthrough surveys of ambient and indoor workplace environments ...Download brochure

APEX2 Personal Sampling Pump

The Apex2 range are the new generation of personal sampling pumps offering class beating performance combined with a slim ergonomic design. With the addition of Bluetooth® Connectivity you can monitor your sampling from your mobile device without having to disturb the wearer. Email run data alongside any photos or notes to make your reporting easier. The Apex2 range includes three separate models - the Apex 2, Apex 2 Plus and Apex 2 Pro, which feature different functionality to meet varying requirements. All three models are designed to be unobtrusive to the wearer and the task that they are performing. However, in the event that a worker removes the pump, this will be registered via a motion sensor that provides data to confirm if the pump has been worn and therefore confirm the validity of the sample ...Download brochure

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