AirFlow PM10-HVS High Volume Sampler
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The new high volume Air Flow PM10-HVS sampler line equipment perfectly complies with UNI-EN 12341 norm requirements for the respective sampling of PM-10 particles. It is equipped with an electronic flow control with a Venturi tube system in compliant with ISO 5167 requirements with differential pressure devices and for the detection of pressure itself on 4 points per sector, offering the user maximised accuracy for reliable results. The new PM 10 dust particle impactor splitting were constructed in full compliance with requirements published in reference methods. When used with the aid of simple adapter kits, they can be replaced between one sampler and another for simple, versatile use. All sampling phase settings are electronically programmed. Samplings can be set by time, volume, cyclical sampling, from quadrant sector sampling. All detected data are stored in the memory and transferred to a PC or to an optional local printer with RS and USB ports, with the possibility of remote GSM/GPRS control (optional). Thanks to new electronic support, it is possible to view all reported data at set values, sampling levels exceeding flow control chart patterns to ensure proper sampling development.
Schema AirFlow PM10It is possible to view the following data on the display:
– Set sampling time
– Remaining sampling time
– Atmospheric temperature
– Cabin temperature
– Atmospheric barometric pressure
– Sampling flow rate
– Sampling volume
– Standardized sampling volume
– Sampling irregularities
– Wind speed (with installed sensor)
– Wind direction (with installed sensor)
– Sampling summary data (max. 25 tests)
It is also possible to store in the memory a series of sampling settings related to standard or further monitored sites. High resolution Atmospheric Pressure, Atmospheric Temperature, Sampling Flow Rate and Standard Deviation on sampling flow graphics can also be viewed on the display.
Multi-stage Impactor for EN-12341 reference Preselector
It is possible to insert a series of cascade impactors in the PM10 HVS with preselector with reference cited in norm UNI-EN 12341 and US EPA CFR 40, Part 50.11, Appendix B. These impactors can be used to determine the division of different particle sizes of sampled particles. Various options allow for the sampling in the same flow conditions provided for in current norms in effect.