TSI Dust Monitors and Lufft Weather Sensors Make a Great Team

Aerosols, wind speed and direction influence air quality significantly. This is why TSI Incorporated, a world leader in particle measurements, cooperates with Lufft USA in order to provide complete systems to measure PM2.5 (fine dust), PM10 (particles with a maximum diameter of 10 μm) as well as total PM levels.

 

Both aerosols and wind speed and direction influence air quality significantly. This is why TSI Incorporated, a world leader in particle measurements, cooperates with Lufft USA in order to provide complete systems to measure PM2.5 (fine dust), PM10 (particles with a maximum diameter of 10 μm) as well as total PM levels.

TSI Incorporated offers a variety of aerosol monitors for real-time, direct-reading results. Every day, thousands of people use TSI’s trusted DustTrak™ products for environmental and process monitoring.

TSI’s Environmental DustTrak™ Aerosol Monitor is used for measuring particulate matter and is suited for harsh environments, construction sites, mining and wildfires. The Environmental DustTrak is a real-time, near-reference supplement to Federal Reference method (FRM) data collection, which allows you to view, download and change data and information from your phone, tablet or desktop computer anytime, anywhere.

As dust monitoring nearly always requires additional environmental data, our professional all-in-one Lufft WS500 and WS300 weather sensors are the chosen ones as they are as rugged, simple to install and to maintain as the Environmental DustTrak from TSI. The weather sensors deliver information on wind directions and velocities, temperature, air pressure and humidity. Through the open protocols they are easy to integrate into the cloud based management software from TSI to keep all data at a glance.

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