Particle Measuring Systems software solutions are NOT impacted by the recently discovered Java Apache Log4j vulnerability.
To highlight the importance of COP26 Particle Measuring Systems is encouraging involvement from our employees to emphasize the role we can play individually and as a team in lowering our footprint. As part of our sustainability commitment, all Particle Measuring Systems employees have been offered the Giki app to help them understand their individual carbon […]
Here, PMS takes the opportunity to answer your data integrity questions. From current security regulations to how to align best practices with PLCs, we’ve got you covered.
New flow imaging technologies and therapeutic protein solutions widened the scope of . Three primary technologies are discussed in each of the sub-parts of the guidance document…
Part of Particle Measuring Systems’ role in making the world make the world cleaner, healthier & more productive As part of the Spectris PLC family of businesses, we aim to deliver value to society by providing solutions that make the world cleaner, healthier, and more productive. As part of Spectris, Particle Measuring Systems (PMS) supports […]
A syringe sampler represents the simplest delivery system for precisely delivering a sample to the particle counter. The precise motion of the syringe pump produces a steady flow of fluid that is free of pulsations…
The introduction of ISO 21501-4, in 2007, requires the adoption of Pulse Height Analysis (PHA) particle sizing technology and particle standard spheres with international traceability and uncertainty equal to or less than ± 2.5%. The standard defines two main goals: improve the instrument-to-instrument data correlation and improve the particle count accuracy.
Anaerobic environmental monitoring is not a routine process, but is occasionally performed to detect potential anaerobic microbial contaminants, particularly those related to contamination by personnel.
You’re going to have a high stream of data if you want a fast response to contamination events. Decide how long you want your samples to run to determine how fast. One minute samples are an immediate indicator that aren’t completely overwhelming…
As the aerosol particle counting experts, Particle Measuring Systems recommends against the use of 0.1 CFM particle counters to sample and monitor 5.0 μm particles. Instead, use a 1.0 CFM flowrate model like the Lasair® III particle counter to provide an adequate sample for the detection of 5.0 μm particles.