BioTest APC Plus Airbone Particle Counter Supplied with filter, connection cable and carrying case The Biotest APC Plus Four-Channel Airborne Particle Counter is a hand-held, battery operated... view more
This kit came to us complete as surplus from a public health authority. It appears operational and to have accurate and responsive readings. There is no indication as to when it was last... view more
Manufactured 03/2009 S/N: F0708-010342 Model: P36100 S APC M3 is an airborne particle counter high-performance instrument used for multiple sample volumes up to 1 m3 Features: * Flow Rate... view more
This kit is complete and undamaged. It appears to have seen little or no use and powers up and measures air flow and temperatures quickly. It has been sitting onbtge shelf for several years, so it... view more
This kit includes a calibrator as well as the meter, probe, custom case and manual. It appears complete and functional. It will require calibration after shipping. There are no issues with damage... view more
We acquired the unit in a state surplus sale. We don’t know the prior usage. Comes as pictured. No other accessories. 30 days return right for US buyers. Inventory ID: WHS9C_inbox, MEB, 012223,... view more
MPN: 102745-100... view more
Ambient air analyzers are specialized equipment used to measure the quality of air in a given environment. This type of equipment is used to detect pollutants such as particulate matter, ozone, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and other hazardous gases. The results of the analysis can be used to determine the health risks to the public, as well as to inform environmental policy decisions.
The price range for ambient air analyzers can vary significantly depending on the type of equipment and the features it offers. Basic models are available for as little as a few hundred dollars, while more advanced models can cost thousands of dollars. The most expensive models are typically used for research and industrial applications, and may include features such as real-time data collection and remote monitoring.
There are several manufacturers that produce ambient air analyzers, including Thermo Fisher Scientific, Agilent Technologies, and Shimadzu. Each company offers a range of products that vary in price, features, and accuracy. It is important to compare the specifications of different models to determine which one is best suited for a particular application.