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On show: PMFT 1000, ENVI-CPC 200

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PMFT 1000

Test of respiratory masks better than the standard. Exact analysis of filter mask efficiency for Corona Virus, size approx. 120 nm up to 160 nm.

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Nanoparticle measurement device ENVI-CPC 200

Condensation particle counter for environmental ambient air monitoring. Appropriate for high concentrations.


Measure fine dust: In industry, municipalities and households

As a leading manufacturer of fine dust measuring instruments, Palas GmbH is an expert for the effects, origin and avoidance of fine dust in the air.
We produce particle measuring instruments for indoor and outdoor use and cover all aspects of particle and fine dust measurement, from ultra-fine dust in the laboratory to CO2 pollution in cities and communities.
In general, dust becomes "fine dust" if particles have an average of less than 10 micrometers (also abbreviated as PM10 from the English "particle matter = PM"). In general, particulate matter pollution affects the health of people in different environments. At the workplace (e.g. laboratory or workshop), the lungs are exposed to completely different levels than in private homes. In addition, fine dust in agriculture can also affect the health of animals.
In contrast to everyday situations, other limit values must also be taken into account in industrial production. Ultra-fine dust can, for example, impair the functionality of laser production or the manufacture of computer chips. For public spaces, the Federal Environment Agency has set clear limit values for air pollution, which are reassessed annually. Since 2005, a daily average PM10 limit value of 40 µg/m³ (micrograms per cubic meter) of air has been maintained in Germany.
Our fine dust sensors therefore have different functions and sensitivities depending on the area of application. Our patented hardware and software solutions are in use worldwide and measure, inform and protect against fine dust pollution in professional environments and immediately show changes in air quality.


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