The best air quality monitoring equipment

The best air quality monitoring equipment

JXCT air quality monitoring equipment made up of sensors and analysers collects air samples to measure specific concentration of particles and gases at a point in time, or continuously.

Why we monitor air quality

At JXCT, developing and manufacturing high quality air quality monitoring equipment is at the core of our mission to balance progress and preservation, and to support our commitment to creating a possible air environment.

At the most basic level, monitoring air quality is about safeguarding lives and protecting you from harmful gases, greenhouse and trace gases, particulates, dust and smoke that can have an adverse effect on your health, wellbeing, quality of life and longevity.

Monitoring is the only way to truly understand what elements exist in the air we breathe and in what quantities so we can implement mitigation tactics or change human behaviour to improve the purity and cleanliness of our most precious resource.

sensor detector

Another important reason we use air quality monitoring equipment is to ensure that individuals, businesses and industry comply with local, state, national and international mandated air quality standards.

How we monitor air quality

Government authorities, researchers, industries and individuals choose to monitor air quality using various methodologies and technologies based on the size and location of the desired monitoring area, their budget for sensors and equipment, the need for indicative or reference grade measurements and the requirement for time-sensitive data.

JXCT air quality monitoring equipment made up of sensors and analysers collects air samples to measure specific concentration of particles and gases at a point in time, or continuously.

sensor detector

What are we monitoring?

Particulate monitors are an essential component of air quality monitoring.

Particulate Matter (PM) is a combination of solid microscopic particles and liquid droplets found in the atmosphere. They are formed as a result of man-made emissions from vehicles, industries and other combustion processes as well as naturally through fires and storms. Most are so small that they can be inhaled and impact major organs and cause serious health problems. Particles less than 10 micrometers in diameter (PM10) can penetrate your lungs and get into your bloodstream, while particles less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter, (PM2.5) pose the greatest risk to health.

Exposure can lead to cardiovascular and respiratory system diseases and prenatal exposure has been linked to developmental delays, behavioural and psychological problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety and depression.

We offer a comprehensive line of ambient particulate monitors and samplers including:

Handheld transportable devices

Beta Mass Attenuation (BAM)

Samplers

Ambient particulate monitors sample, measure and log the concentration of ambient particulate matter (TSP, PM10, PM2.5, or PM10-2.5). Our ambient particulate samplers sample and deposit ambient particulate matter onto pre-weighed filters for later gravimetric or speciation analysis in a laboratory (TSP, PM10, PM2.5, or PM10-2.5).

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