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Airborne Particle Counters

    Complete Line of AeroTrak® Airborne Particle Counters

    The AeroTrak® line of Airborne Particle Counters, including portables, handhelds, and remotes, are designed to meet the rigid requirements for clean room applications. AeroTrak Airborne Particle Counters comply with the stringent requirements set forth in ISO 21501-4. These particle counters are calibrated to NIST traceable PSLs using TSI’s world-class Classifier and Condensation Particle Counters, the recognized standard for particle measurements. Backed with TSI’s long-standing reputation for high quality and accuracy, AeroTrak Airborne Particle Counters provide the best measurement and data to help keep your processes in control.

    Portable Particle Counters

    TSI offers a complete line of Portable Particle Counters. The 100 LPM version allows you to sample 1 m3 of air in just 10 minutes, shortening the time needed to perform classifications. Professional certifiers prefer AeroTrak’s easy icon-driven touch screen interface when measured against comparable products.  

    TSI’s Portable Particle Counters offer instant Pass/Fail reporting on ISO 14644-1 and EU GMP Annex.  Plus you can plug and play with TSI’s industry leading, accurate, low velocity probes to certify critical air flows in clean rooms.

    Handheld Particle Counters 

    TSI’s Handheld Particle Counters are an excellent choice for:

    • Tracking down particle contamination sources
    • Classifying clean areas
    • Looking for filter leaks
    • Conducting IAQ investigations

    When used as survey tools, these products are a great place to start when looking for early identification of problem areas, helping you save time and money. TSI Handheld Particle Counters offer an icon-driven color touch screen for simple configuration and feature a unique variable binning option.

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