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Environmental Particle Counters
Traditionally, researchers have used gravimetry to measure particulate mass (PM) rather than environmental particle counters
Recent research has uncovered that large amounts of small airborne particles may be present from sources like traffic, residential heating, but they contribute little to particulate mass. Today, monitoring networks increasingly use Condensation Particle Counters (CPCs). These tools supplement gravimetric PM measurements with real-time measurements of particle number concentration.
TSI’s line of environmental particle counters are in use around the world, accurately measuring and reliably reporting atmospheric particle concentrations. Our water-based 3783 Environmental Particle Counter operates 24/7 for up to four weeks on one liter of water, making it ideal for low interaction settings such a remote monitoring stations. For customers who must meet stringent requirements for data comparability, use model 3750-CEN, a butanol-based CPC that complies with European specification CEN/TS 16976. Discover which TSI environmental particle counter best fits your need by clicking on the product tiles below!
Ultrafine particles are omnipresent in our atmosphere, and their number concentration can be...
As a first step in harmonizing the measurement of ultrafine particles (UFPs) in the atmosphere...