MSP

Model 1110 — WCPC

A general-purpose, high-flow, water-basedcondensation particle counter.
Detects and counts particles down to 10 nm at rates up to 106 particles per second, for measurement over a wide range of concentration.
User-friendly touch-screen control of advanced software.
Low-maintenance, low-consumption, floodproof water management.

Model 1090—Electrical Ionizer

For charge conditioning to generate a Boltzmann equilibrium charge on aerosol particles without radioactivity.
High accurate charge conditioning for aerosol concentration and size distribution measurement by electrical mobility

Model 1000-WPS

Combines laser light scattering, differential mobility analysis, and condensation particle counting to automatically count and size aerosol particles from 10nm to 10,000nm (0.01μm to 10μm) in up to 120 particle-size channels

MSP120, 122, and 125- MOUDI-II & NanoMOUDI-II

MOUDI-II™and NanoMOUDI-II ™ 10- and 13-stage Micro-Orifice Uniform-Deposit Impactors with internal stepper-motor stage rotation to provide uniform particle deposits and high accuracy aerosol sampling from 10 nm to 10,000 nm for collecting sizefractionated particle samples for gravimetric and/or chemical analyses

MSP100-110-115-116-d-MOUDI and NanoMoudi

10階微孔均勻沉降衝擊器(110_MOUDI)
8階微孔均勻沉降衝擊器moudi 100-NR
High accuracy cascade impactors for collecting size-fractionated aerosol particle samples for gravimetric and/or chemical analysis:
  • 30-L/min sampling flow rate
  • Sharp cut-size characteristics
  • Up to 2000 micro-orifice nozzles to reduce jet velocity & pressure drop
  • Rotating stage to obtain uniform particle deposit and reduce particle bounce and reentrainment

Model 200-Personal Environmental Monitor™ (PEM™)

The Model 200 Personal Environmental Monitor is a lightweight personal sampler for collecting airborne particles in the PM2.5 and PM10 size ranges. PM2.5 and PM10 particles are airborne particles less than 2.5um and 10um, respectively. They are frequently used to provide a measure of airborne particle concentration for studying potential health effects of airborne particles in the indoor or outdoor environment.

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