Condensation Particle Counter and Manifold FAQ

NanoAir condensation particle counter and ParticleSeeker The NanoAir® 10 Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) is a revolutionary new product from Particle Measuring Systems (PMS). It provides the sensitivity of a CPC with the ease of use and functionality of a traditional cleanroom particle counter. Designed to monitor ultra-clean environments, it delivers 10 nm detection sensitivity at a sample flow rate of 2.8 L/min (0.1 CFM).

The ParticleSeeker® Smart Manifold is a 10-port manifold that supports applications that require multiple sample locations. The manifold can be used monitor in sequential or programmed sequences.

For an introduction to NanoAir 10 Condensation Particle Counter and ParticleSeeker® Manifold, see this introduction video.

Commonly asked questions are combined with questions submitted during and after the webinar on the NanoAir® and ParticleSeeker® instruments in this document. The questions are answered below by product experts.

Some questions covered in this paper are

  • What is a condensation particle counter (CPC) and how does it work?
  • How do nano sized particles behave differently compared to larger particles?
  • What considerations should be taken into account when looking at the working fluid of the NanoAir 10 unit, especially for in tool monitoring?
  • ….and more!

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