AMC Monitoring: AirSentry® II Point-of-Use Ion Mobility Spectrometer
The AirSentry II AMC Monitoring family of ion mobility spectrometers for airborne molecular contamination (AMC) from Particle Measuring Systems detect and alert users to small concentrations or changes in airborne levels of chlorides, acids, amines and ammonia-containing species. With parts-per-trillion (ppt) sensitivity, these point-of-use sensors provide fast response, increased detection selectivity, and repeatable performance. Combining Air Sentry II sensors with a central software platform allows for easy data acquisition and analysis. The AirSentry II family of airborne molecular contamination sensors provide continuous actionable data, to enable efficient response to contamination sources and events.
The AirSentry II line of AMC instruments is included in Particle Measuring Systems’ “Industry Leading Sensitivity” products. This means that no products on the market are more sensitive than these, and only PMS offers a line of products covering this many elements of production monitoring. PMS currently leads the market in monitoring performance, sensitivity, and reliability in the Ultrapure Water, Chemical, and Airborne Molecular Contamination Monitoring fields. PMS’ superior knowledge, technology, and service provides high-tech and Chemical manufacturing companies with the most advanced tools to make accurate data-driven decisions, improving both performance and yield.
Deb Casher, Cleaning Process Engineer at Excelitas, and Isidro Sanchez, Product Line Manager at Particle Measuring Systems (PMS), talk with Blu Buquoy about AMC Monitoring using the AirSentry II at Excelitas.
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