Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in the USA. We will be closed on the 24th and 25th of November. We would like to take this time to thank all our friends and customers who help make our work a pleasure every day. We have great pride in our company and the people we interact with every day who help us to grow and improve our products and services. For this, we are truly grateful. Thank you, The Friendly Crew Met One Instruments, Inc. Met One Instruments, Inc. Headquarters, Grants Pass, Oregon, USA
BC 1054 BLACK CARBON MONITOR We'll be in Booth1038 with our latest products, including the BC 1054, V21 Visibility Sensor, ES-642, BAM 1022, E-Seq-Sampler and more. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today is Veteran’s day. We have several veterans among us. It would be honorable and appreciated by those who have served for us to thank them for their service. The men and women listed below have helped us make our company grow to one of the best companies globally. We thank them. Mark Bailey David Bullough Bryan Dawson Mark Evans Troy Fredrickson Daisy Jones Bill Kangas Eric Kutschke Terry Mugg Brian Murff Thomas Nolan Michael Potter Calvin Skelley Rick Taylor Rich Toone Rich Williams Steve Wilson
MET ONE INSTRUMENTS welcomes our customers for free training sessions and introduction to new products year round. We have proudly hosted groups from all over the world. To make an appointment, please contact Mike Putnam at email@example.com to schedule your visit and set an agenda. AT MOI OFFICES LUNCH BREAK
Please stop by our booth to see the new Black Carbon Monitors and other portable instruments to measure PM under your requirements...whether to meet USEPA regulatory compliance or to inform your neighborhood regarding the air locally. We will be in BOOTH 21, HALL A in the PORTLAND CONVENTION CENTER AT 777 NE MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD. PORTLAND, OREGON, USA PM SAMPLING AND WEATHER DATA GO HAND IN HAND. MOI CAN HELP YOU DETERMINE THE BEST INSTRUMENTS FOR YOUR APPLICATION. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AIO 2 SONIC WEATHER STATION FEATURES • All-In-One Measurement of Temperature, Relative Humidity, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, and Barometric Pressure • Integrated Sonimometer™ Wind Sensor • Automatic Wind Direction Alignment to Magnetic or True North • Rugged, Reliable, Quick to Deploy • All Metal Construction • Weather Protected Multi-Sensor Design • No Moving Parts • Low Power Consumption • Digital Output • Proven Field-Use History The AIO 2 All in One Weather Sensor is the next-generation weather instrument that measures temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, wind direction, and barometric pressure in a single compact, rugged unit. Manufactured by Met One Instruments, Inc. and MADE IN THE USA. Please contact email@example.com. This AIO 2 integrates a unique low-power sonic anemometer, the Sonimometer™, with a multi-element temperature sensor, fast-response capacitive relat
The Met One Instruments' BAM 1020 FEM 2.5 at US Embassies and Consulates around the world can be accessed via www.airnow.gov. https://www.airnow.gov/ -- click on embassies /consulates to see the map. Some countries have not begun to tweet so stay tuned for the updates.
Met One Instruments, Inc. will b e in Harim Engineering's booth #20 at the IUAPPA Conference. Please come by to see some of our latest products or just to say hello. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Peter Pomponi and Jo Ann Pottberg will be at the conference on August 30. BAM 1022 EQPM 1013 209
Filter tapes, filters, PM inlets etc. are sold by independent manufacturers. However - please read below. Only authorized inlets, filter tape and other Met One Instruments' fully tested spare parts and consumables may be used in our instruments. Many vendors sell PM10 and PM2.5 type inlets, filter tape etc. but, we take our instruments through vigorous and comprehensive tests to guarantee regulatory compliance as well as the best performance for our products. Any unauthorized substitutions will void any MOI warranty as well as void regulatory compliance designations or certifications. This applies to all products which have gone through extensive testing to be certified in agencies around the world. Questions? Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRAINING SESSION IN THE HYATT REGENCY - ROOM REGENCY A ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2016 FROM 6-9 PM DINNER AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED RSVP CONTACT: email@example.com SEATING IS LIMITED SO PLEASE CONTACT US AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. E-FRM EPA RFPS-0316-221 Met One Instruments Inc. will be at the National Ambient Air Monitoring Meeting with some of the latest equipment to meet your air monitoring requirements...both for criteria and for indicative monitoring. We will be holding an introduction and training session on Wednesday evening. Please plan on joining us. Presenters: Dr. Seung Ho Hong, Dr. David Gobeli, Sky Patton, Stephen Wilson will be in the booth and at the training session.
Met One Instruments BC 1050 and BC 1054 CONTACT SALES@METONE.COM The Met One Instruments, Inc. BC 1050 Series, Black Carbon Monitors, measures the absorption of particulate matter onto filter tape continuously. The BC 1050 monitor operates at 2-wavelengths and the BC 1054 operates at 10-wavelengths. The BC 1050 offers the user the ability to monitor absorption at near-IR (880 nm) and near-UV (375 nm) wavelengths simultaneously with a standard minimum time resolution of 1-minute. The BC 1054, multi-spectrum carbon monitor, measures the absorption at 375, 430, 470, 525, 565, 590, 660, 700, 880 and 950 nm with a standard time resolution of 1-minute. Optional 1-second time resolution is available for both the BC 1050 and the BC 1054. Both monitors offer the following advanced features: • Active flow control between 2 and 5 LPM. Concentrations may be reported under either actual or standard flow conditions. Optional 16.7 LPM operation is offered. • Compact
Please come and see the NEW PRODUCTS and much more...contact Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the show and about the products. NEW BAM 1022 - INCLUDES SHELTER WITH EQPM-1013-209 PM2.5 NEW eFRM NEW BC 1050 AND BC 1054 BLACK CARBON MONITORS
Validate personal air-pollution sensors Alastair Lewis & Peter Edwards 06 July 2016 Alastair Lewis and Peter Edwards call on researchers to test the accuracy of low-cost monitoring devices before regulators are flooded with questionable air-quality data. Article tools PDF Rights & Permissions Subject terms: Chemistry Atmospheric science Technology Kevin Frayer/Getty The greater availability of data on air quality has gripped the public, especially in heavily polluted cities such as Beijing. The public is increasingly aware of the health and economic costs of air pollution. Poor air quality is linked to over three million deaths each year, and 96% of people in large cities are exposed to pollutant levels that are above recommended limits 1 . The costs of urban air pollution amount to 2% of gross domestic product in developed countries and 5% in developing countries (see go.nature.com/28qv0ka ). Related stories Seven chemical separa