Dust and Aerosol Monitoring


Dust monitors (aerosol monitors) measure the amount and size of fine solids or liquid particles suspended in the air. Personal aerosol monitors measure a worker's exposure to respirable particles. Benchtop and handheld monitors can be used to take real-time measurements of aerosols like dust, smoke, pesticides, or other pollutants over a given area in your plant or workplace.

Aerosol monitors can be used in indoor applications for ambient monitoring, indoor air quality studies, and work area monitoring. Outdoor kits are available for construction and harsh-environment studies to make sure workers are protected from respirable particles and to maintain community health.

Aerosol mass concentration monitors give you real-time aerosol mass readings of dust, smoke, fumes, and mists. Aerosol particulate monitors show both real-time mass concentration and total PM size.