Particle Counter


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Particle Counter

 

a device for the detection and counting of charged particles. Particle counters include Geiger counters, proportional counters, scintillation counters, and some other nuclear radiation detectors.

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Incidentally, many current governmental PM sites now use optical particle counters to simulate gravimetric measurements.
Note that the reported diameter never drops below the lower threshold of the particle counter (1 [micro]m for the counter used here): at very small [DELTA]n when no peak is observed in the particle size distribution, the particle counter only reports particles having larger than average scattering.
The AXI Portable Particle Counter utilizes advanced laser-based sensing technologies to produce results that are both accurate and repeatable.
Particle Instruments; Condensation Particle Counter 3007.
The XIA UltraLo-1800 is a low background alpha particle counter that employs electronic background suppression to drive achievable background rates to 0.
The upstream and downstream aerosol concentrations and size distributions were measured by a Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer (SMPS) spectrometer (Model: SMPS 3936, TSI, USA) including a long Differential Mobility Analyzer (DMA) and a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC).
Particle Measuring Systems, the global leader in environmental monitoring technology, has launched the SLS-1040 Chemical Particle Counter.
MP Filtri USA has developed the new ICM online particle counter for hydraulic, lubrication and fuel oils.
This requirement should include samples taken for training on ready-for-use (RFU) equipment, whether from the electronic particle counter (EPC) or the patch-test method.
The latest Icount ACM20 particle counter from Parker Hannifin is now included as test equipment for the determination of dispersed contamination in jet fuel, in line with the Defstan 9191 Jet Fuel Specification.
Has online/real-time particle counter to measure the cleanliness of the oil as it is flowing through the system so operators know exactly when cleaning is done without any downtime for testing.