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Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

There are many different factors that can contribute to pollutants in indoor air. Some of these factors include chemical leaks or spills, external sources introduced through ventilation, or even off-gassing materials of furniture. Depending upon the chemical and quantity, and potentially any preexisting medical conditions, the health effects may be immediate or experienced years later. Understanding all the potential factors that contribute to poor or dangerous indoor air quality is the first step to implementing an air monitoring program.

Many industries rely on AMETEK MOCON analyzers to detect and report trace levels of toxic compounds in their facilities. Baseline 9100 GCs are specifically designed to monitor low part-per-billion levels of ethylene oxide, propylene oxide, and methyl bromide inside sterilization facilities, at dozens of sample points with multi-level alarms, and provide a daily TWA report for each location. Depending upon the specific industry requirement, the Baseline 9100 can be customized to detect many different toxic gases well below OSHA action levels avoiding potential false positive alarms that are common from total gas detectors.

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