ECHO PM is a “stand alone” Atmospheric Particulate Sampler instrument, projected also for outdoor operation in harsh climatic conditions.
The wide regulation range and the accurate electronic flow sampling control at either actual or standard conditions, makes ECHO PM in accordance with the reference methods EN 12341 for PM 10 with head LVS PM10 2.3 m3/h, and US EPA 40 CFR part 50 for PM10 and PM2.5 at 1m3/h.*
Supplied with respective sampling head ECHO PM can be utilized respecting the “ISO/CD 16362 for the determination of policycles aromatic hydrocarbon PAHs” sampling norms.
ECHO PM Radio is an automatic sampler with constant flow and high prevalence designed for the monitoring and control of environmental radioactivity.
The environmental contamination is detected by monitoring the main environmental and food chains.
When radioactive substances, in the form of aeriform products (gases, vapors, etc..), are released into the atmosphere, they can give rise to radiation and / or internal radiation as a result of individual’s inhalation.
ECHO PM Radio meets the features required for monitoring the radioactivity of airborne non-gaseous material, on membranes with diameters from 47 to 150 mm.
It can be used both for routine sampling at low flow rate (30-140 l/min) and in radiological emergencies with flow rates higher than 140 l/min that allow to obtain high measurement sensitivities and to sample large volumes in a short time.
Bravo Basic is the TCR Tecora Constant Flow Sampler.
For more than 20 years “Bravo” has been synonym of secure, precise and entrusted sampler.
Bravo Basic is the economic and practical version of the portable constant flow rate samplers that are suitable for dust and gas sampling either in stack or in ambient. It is equipped with an LCD type weekly based timer, allowing to turn the pump on and off.
A digital thermometer shows the measured temperature of the gas at the dry gas meter. The sampled flow rate is set and read through two rotameters.
A panel position vacuum meter gives the pressure drop reading of the connected devices, and permits to leak the sampling lines.
Echo Hi-Vol is a Micropollutants High Volume Sampler “stand alone” automatic instrument designed to be used outdoor even in severe weather conditions.
The Venturi gas meter used is made according to ISO 5167 standards. This kind of gas meter gives many advantages compared to other flow measurement systems: the measures stability in the long term, the capability of being used with all weather conditions, a reduced sensitivity to stain thanks to the gas meter self cleaning profile and the absence of elements which are sensitive once in contact with inhaled air. The flow measure and regulation in relation to actual condition, make ECHO Hi-Vol a unique instrument. This feature allows the user to change the sample head and flow rate without re-calibrating the flow meter. ECHO Hi-Vol is equipped with a three stages brushless blower, practically maintenance free, and its averaged life is higher than 20000 hours (more than 2 non-stop operating years).
Two sampling inlets are available, PUF and TSP. These are freely interchangeable. The PUF sampling module with filter holder of 102 mm and adsorbing cartridge (for PUF or XAD2) of 58 x 125 mm allows simultaneous sampling of particulate and gas fractions with flow rate between 180 and 220 l/min. In alternative a filter holder for total particulate (TSP) on membrane of 150 mm diam. is available. This is required for working up to a 500 l/min flow.
The design concept of the Multistage Viable Impactor evolves from the following information:
The human respiratory system tract is an aerodynamic classifying system for airborne particles. A sampling device can be used as a substitute for the respiratory tract as a collector of viable airborne particles, and as such, it should reproduce to a reasonable degree the lung penetration by these particles.
Viable particle samplers must satisfy the following criteria:
Andersen Cascade Impactor 8 Stage MDI Metered Dose Inhalers; DPI Dry Powder Inhaler
The design concept of the Andersen Cascade Impactor evolves from the following information:
The human respiratory system tract is an aerodynamic classifying system for airborne particles. A sampling device can be used as a substitute for the respiratory tract as a collector of airborne particles, and as such, it shall reproduce to a reasonable degree the lung penetration by these particles.
In Accordance with: EN 14683 • ASTM F2100 • ASTM F2101 • EN ISO 9237
BFE (Bacterial Filtration Efficiency) and VFE (Viral Filtration Efficiency) Bio Kit Bioaerosol Sampling System, allows to be in compliance with all the requests for BFE % efficiency test (Bacterial filtration efficiency), VFE Viral Filtration Efficiency test and breathability test (Pa/cm²) for medical face mask materials according to the EN14683 as well as according to ASTM 2100 and ASTM 2101. BFE Bio kit is also done for EN ISO 9237 for measuring the permeability of fabrics to air and it is applicable to most types of fabrics, including industrial fabrics for technical purposes, nonwovens and made-up textile articles that are permeable to air.
In Accordance with: 15714:2019
UV-C Light Ultraviolet Sampling System as well known as UV-C BioKit, is a sampling system to monitoring the Bioaerosol (Virus, Bacteria, Fungi, Spores, Protozoa Pollen, Algae) in a UVGI in-duct device using a UV-C Light Ultraviolet Lamp Irradiation Chamber, 6 Stage Andersen Impactor, Particle Nebulyzer and also an Electronic Flow Control Sampler.
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