The Ultra DI 20 Plus builds off the industry-leading sensitivity and reliability of the known and trusted Ultra DI line of instruments from Particle Measuring Systems (PMS). This newest model features unrivaled particle matching at concentrations less than 10 particles per ml and is optimized for increased confidence in reported data differences between particle counters – regardless of location.
Particle Measuring Systems has announced the purchase of a new building to increase manufacturing capacity and will relocate its global headquarters to the new site.
Particle Measuring Systems (PMS) announces the 50th Anniversary of its inception. Started in 1972 as a cloud microphysics company, PMS has grown into a solutions and thought leader for contamination monitoring and control within clean manufacturing facilities at sites around the globe.
BioCapt® Single-Use microbial impactors now for new applications including contamination troubleshooting.
The new PRO Series helps manufacturers provide lifesaving and life changing solutions for their customers by supporting clean manufacturing while meeting regulatory requirements.
Particle Measuring Systems has set a leading ambition to achieve Net Zero across our value chain, including all Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. In support of this ambition, we have set the following targets.
Particle Measuring Systems announces the release of the new Lasair® Pro Airborne Particle Counter. Leveraging the engineering of its flagship Lasair III particle counter, this is the newest addition to the fleet of PMS airborne particle counters.
This new product meets the needs of particulate and analog environmental monitoring for the high tech and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries where flexible connectivity, instrument durability and world-class service and support are of value.
Particle Measuring Systems releases the HandiLaz Mini II handheld particle counter that measures to 0.2 μm
New MiniCapt® Mobile microbial contamination monitoring instrument now with antibacterial housing to further reduce contamination introduced during monitoring activities.