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Introducing a New Comprehensive Ultrafine Particle Monitoring Solution

Sep 08 2021 9:00 Chicago / 16:00 Berlin / 19:30 New Delhi Online

Ambient air monitoring of ultrafine particles is a complex task. From sampling to delivering accurate data, TSI has you covered.
Designed with compliance in mind, our ultrafine particle monitoring solution checks all the boxes (CEN/TS 16976 for particle number concentration and CEN/TS 17434 for particle size distribution).

Join this 45-minutes webinar to learn more about:

  • How to sample ultrafine particles, including drying, compliant with CEN/TS requirements
  • Particle number concentration measurements, built on decades of experience with Condensation Particle Counters (CPC)
  • Particle size distribution measurements, from 10 nm to 800 nm in a single scan with Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer (SMPS™) Spectrometer
  • Available accessories, such as aerosol humidity sensor, pumps, optional diluter and catalytic vapor filter
  • Software that delivers data to be integrated into your monitoring network

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Meet the speakers

Meet the speakers of our webinar about a Comprehensive Ultrafine Particle Monitoring Solution.Dr. Andrea J. Tiwari is an aerosol engineer with over 10 years of experience. She earned her Ph.D. at Virginia Tech, where she studied with Dr. Linsey Marr, who is a leading researcher on both the effects of engineered nanoparticles on the environment, and the study of airborne viruses. Dr. Tiwari’s dissertation research focused on the generation and chemical reactions of aerosolized carbon-based nanoparticles. She has published her scientific research in several journals. As an Applications Engineer at TSI Incorporated, she regularly works with customers in universities, government, and industries from around the globe to help them solve their aerosol-related challenges.

Dr. Axel F. Zerrath is a Global Product Manager for Particle Instruments at TSI. He studied chemistry and earned his Ph.D. in 2005 at the Technical University of Munich. His work focused on physical and chemical analysis of ambient aerosol and included characterizing particle sizing techniques. During his 17+ years at TSI, he met researchers in 30 countries and stayed connected to the topic of air quality and aerosols.