​Dust Monitoring

An objective of ambient air quality monitoring programs is to gauge the deterioration of air quality caused by local human activity. All micro organisms responsible for causing the large number of pathogen-caused respiratory, eye and skin diseases, various allergens, fibrous materials, heavy metals, metallic fumes and even many organic carcinogens are present in air in the form of suspended particulates.  It is for this reason that TSP (Total Suspended Particulate) or SPM (Suspended Particulate Matter) in air has been world-over considered a “Criteria Parameter” to indicate air quality.  Health effects are caused primarily by respirable particulates in the size range of 0.3 to 10 microns.

  • ​  SPM
  • ​PM 10
  • ​PM 2.5
  • ​PM 1
  • ​Combo​ PM 10 & PM 2.5
  • ​Heavy Metals
  • ​Pesticides, PAH

​Almost all heavy metals have serious & chronic adverse health effects. These are carcinogenic in nature & very lethal to health. Standards have been notified for them in the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) of November, 2009.

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​Designed for monitoring  heavy metals and Poly-nuclear Aromatic Compounds in ambient air