Ultrafine (UFP) particles are everywhere: polluting the air, eroding our health, and affecting our climate. The first step in cleaning the air of these potentially hazardous particles is to measure them. The Environmental Particle Counter™ 3783 (EPC Monitor), the latest water-based condensation particle counter (WCPC), a specific type of CPC from TSI, can help.
EPA and European Commission reference methods (PM2.5, PM10), as well as equivalent mass-based methods, cannot quantify the amount of UFP in the air. The Model 3783 from TSI provides quantitative fine and UFP concentration data accurately and reliably where FRM and equivalent methods fall short.
The EPC™ monitor was born out of a methodical evaluation of the challenges specific to water-based condensation particle counters used in high-concentration environments. Newly designed air flow, wicking, and water handling systems provide superior accuracy, reliability, and ease of operation. Equipped with Aerosol Instrument Manager® software for comprehensive statistical analysis, on-board instrument diagnostics for easy troubleshooting, and multiple data acquisition options, the EPC enables data to be accessed and analyzed immediately both onsite and from remote locations.
After extensive customer feedback, rigorous internal testing, and thorough field validation, the 3783 boasts over 20 new product features ideal for long-term, 24/7 monitoring in both pristine and heavily polluted environments.
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