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Air Monitors Ltd

Why is Air Monitors winning so many contracts?

Visitors to AQE 2018 may be wondering how Air Monitors Ltd has managed to win so many contracts over the last year, but a trip to stands 51/52 will leave them in no doubt. The Air Monitors booth will be packed with the market's leading air monitoring equipment, employing technologies that are in high demand.

AirMonitorsContactWinsmainThe stars of the show will be AQMesh pods and FIDAS particulate monitors, both of which have featured prominently in recent major projects. FIDAS is rapidly becoming the instrument of choice for monitoring ambient particulates because it measures all fractions of interest simultaneously with high reliability, improved accuracy and lower operational costs. As a small, battery-powered, wireless, web-enabled air quality monitor, AQMesh is leading the field in low-cost monitoring; providing users with complete flexibility and ease of access to data.

Technologies for other key parameters will also be on display, including Black Carbon monitors and direct NO2 analysers from both Ecotech and 2BTech.

Reflecting growing understanding about the relationship between outdoor and indoor pollution, several of the latest technologies for indoor air quality monitoring will also be on the booth. These will include the Gasera One photoacoustic multi-gas analyser and the Ethera NEMo - a unique technology for sensitive and selective measurement of typical IAQ pollutants including formaldehyde.

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