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Environmental Air Monitoring Webinars
Webinars and videos on environmental air monitoring topics
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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). Watch this webinar to learn more.
This webinar emphasizes the need for particle number (PN) based counting and sizing solutions complimentary to the widely used particle mass (PM) sensors, especially for the size range of ultrafine particles (UFP < 100 nm).
This TSI webinar reviews studies that have investigated occupational exposure to nanoparticles during industrial nanoparticle synthesis processes. The guest speaker is Drew Thompson.
This TSI webinar discusses various technologies that can be used to measure emissions of nanoparticles from various sources.
Inhalation of nUPM is associated with brain damage. While the negative health effects of air pollution are generally accepted, the effect of nanoparticles in urban air on human health is less widely known. This TSI webinar discusses evidence that nanoparticle inhalation in urban environments has implications for brain function. The guest speaker is Dr. David A. Davis.
We spend most of our time indoors, so ultrafine particle sources indoors are an important area of study. This webinar discusses several ultrafine particle sources in the indoor environment, and discusses removal strategies. The guest speaker is Dr. Lance Wallace.
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