Many countries, states/provinces and local governments around the world have implemented air quality standards for the protection of their citizens as well as the surrounding environment. One component of these standards is dust particulate monitoring. Many agencies have standards for Particulate Monitoring (PM) 2.5 and PM10 and particulate monitors are used by inspectors, agencies, field workers, hazmat crews, and  utility companies.

Environmental Dust Monitoring

Environmental dust monitoring activities consists of:

  1. General quality of the air we breathe due to smog/air pollution and local fires 
  2. Public complaints due to burning debris, or a polluting industry 
  3. Monitoring specific sources of air pollution like airports, seaports, rail terminals, and highways.
  4. Hazardous local situations such as container fires.
  5. Chemical leaks/spills or train derailments.
  6. Tests of environmental pollution situations that require compact and mobile monitoring to get the job done. 

Direct Graphing

Nanozen’s direct graphing capabilities allow IHs to easily graph Mass Concentration, Moving Window Average Mass Concentration, Count Concentration, Internal Temperature, and other collected real-time data on a PC or MacIntosh computer.