Innovative new designs and technology have made the handheld laser particle counter a valuable tool in controlling airborne contaminants.Â Today’s sophisticated manufacturing processes leave little room for error.Â Particulate pollution in sensitive industries such as aerospace and semiconductor production can cost businesses hundreds of thousands of dollars.Â Handheld laser particle counters offer fast and accurate measurement of airborne particle concentrations.Â They are designed specifically for cleanrooms and other controlled environments.
A handheld laser particle counter allows you to track critical contamination directly to its source.Â It operates by using laser technology to measure particle concentrations in ambient air.Â TheÂ instrument continuously detects and measures the concentration of airborne particles.Â There are 2 fundamental reasons for using a handheld laser particle counter: regulatory and economic.Â Cleanroom regulations require that tests be conducted in accordance with specific standards and procedures and that reports must be generated and maintained.Â This requires a large volume of sample data from a particle counter.Â The economic reasons are quite simple; particle contaminants can negatively affect your bottom line.
Applications For A Handheld Laser Particle Counter:
- Maintaining cleanroom standards
- Filter performance testing
- Pharmaceutical production
- Mold testing
- Computer hard drive disc production
- Automotive spray paint operations
- Surgical rooms
- SemiconductorÂ Industry
Several handheld laser particle counters offer many of the same features:
- Conveniently located buttons allow for 1 hand operation
- Comfortable, ergonomic design
- Large, built-in memory capabilities
- Rechargeable Li-ion batteries
- A portable cart system can be achieved by connecting with 6 port mini-manifold
A handheld laser particle counter can pay for itself by reducing the amount of defective parts produced.Â Imagine the expense of having to re-paint several cars because of undetected airborne contaminants.Â See if a handheld laser particle counter is right for your application.