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A Very Compact & Powerful Real-Time Dust Monitor

The Grimm 11-D is one of the the most advanced portable real-time dust monitor on the market today. Costing little more than other multi size fraction dust measuring instruments on the market, the German made 11-D is capable of ultra high resolution particle size AND particle mass measurements FAR beyond the capability of other dust monitors.

Measuring up to 100mg/m3, it can be used for a wide variety of indoor and outdoor air quality monitoring applications, including filter testing, aerosol research, workplace occupational health & safety monitoring, process analysis and much more.

It measures up to 75 different values in one compact portable device. These include:

  • 31 size channels for particle number distribution

  • 31 size channels for particle mass distribution (new)

  • TSP – Environmental algorithm

  • PM10 – Environmental algorithm

  • PM4 – Environmental algorithm

  • PM2.5 – Environmental algorithm

  • PM1 – Environmental algorithm

  • PM10 – Indoor air quality algorithm

  • PM2.5 – Indoor air quality algorithm

  • PM1 – Indoor air quality algorithm

  • Inhalable fraction

  • Thoracic fraction

  • Respirable fraction

  • Temperature at the measurement cell

  • Humidity at the measurement cell

Some of the other features include:

  • Integrated 47 mm PTFE filter (Grimm dual technology)

  • Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet and RS-232 communications

  • Sheath air system for protecting the laser and the detector in the optical cell

  • Internal sensor for temperature (T) and relative humidity (RH) in optical cell

  • 1.2 liter per minute flow rate

  • Self-test of all optical and pneumatic components for the highest quality measurements

For more information on this amazing portable investigative tool, call LAF Technologies today on 1300 306 002

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