Designed for ultrapure water systems, this liquid particle counter’s low zero count, large sample volume and high counting efficiency provides contamination detection at 20 nm sensitivity.
Glen Slayter, UPW Analytical Development Engineer at Intel Corporation, and Dr. Dan Rodier, Scientist at Particle Measuring Systems discuss the benefits and science of 20 nm liquid and UPW particle counting. This presentation was given by Slayter and Rodier at the 2020 Ultrapure Micro event. Learn more about the Ultra DI 20 particle counter.
Posted: January 5, 2021
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The AirSentry II AMC Monitoring family of ion mobility spectrometers for airborne molecular contamination (AMC) detect and alert users to small concentrations or changes in airborne levels of chlorides, acids, amines and ammonia-containing species.
Designed to enhance fixed Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) monitoring programs, the AirSentry II Mobile AMC Monitor is the first truly mobile system for monitoring airborne molecular contamination in cleanrooms. Mobility plays an important part in a strategic airborne molecular contamination monitoring program, allowing contamination sources to be quickly located, quantified and eliminated.
The most advanced AMC Cleanroom Monitor available, using sensitive and responsive ion mobility spectrometry to detect and characterize airborne molecular contamination from multiple locations within a cleanroom. This Particle Measuring Systems slution features a 16- or 30-point manifold sampling system and an on-board computer with secure software and communications.
Posted: January 8, 2018
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