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Counters, Particle, Environmental

Definition : Measuring instruments designed to count solid particles in the environment. These counters are typically electronic instruments with appropriate sensors that can measure several sizes (e.g., 0.3, 0.5, 1.0, and 5.0 microns) of particles simultaneously and display the results typically in number of particles per unit of volume (e.g., particles/cubic foot, particles/liter). Environmental particle counters may be used for particulate monitoring in clean rooms, research laboratories, and clinical pharmacies, but they have their primary use in pharmaceutical, medical device, and semiconductor industries.

Entry Terms : "Environmental Particle Counters" , "Particle Counters" , "Counters, Particle"

UMDC code : 23457

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Brookhaven Instruments Corp

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Cole Parmer

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HACH Co

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Hach has manufactured and distributed analytical instruments, test kits, and reagents for testing the quality of water and aqueous solutions, with products for lab, process, and field. Products are designed specifically for quality, accuracy, and simplicity, and today are in use around the world.

Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions

Company Type: Parent

Medical Air Solutions LLC

Company Type: Parent

Medical Air Solutions' primary charter is to provide the healthcare industry professional with the highest level of quality and cost efficient air purification equipment and accessories available.

Spectrex Corp

Company Type: Parent

Spectrex Corporation was founded in 1966 in Palo Alto, California and now operates a manufacturing, sales and laboratory facility in Redwood City, California. Over the last 42 years the company has developed and markets a wide range of unique environmental and analytical instruments.

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