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Showing posts from June, 2016

Particle Falls using the MOI E-Sampler for PM2.5


New South Wales Monitoring station with BAM 1020 and AIO2 Weather Station Time to consider the All In One (AIO2) weather station when setting up your AQ station.  Weather conditions play a big part in monitoring PM or any pollution monitoring system.  Please contact us for information on our many types of weather systems to fit your requirements.

We're at the Meteorological Exhibition in Beijing in Booth 3939.

Please stop by and visit with Richard and Min.  We have lots of new products to show you.

Meet Us at Air & Waste Management Conference - June 20-22, 2016 in New Orleans

See the BAM 1022 - Beta Gauge PM 2.5 (EQPM-1013-209) - housed in it's own shelter for easy deployment and maintenance.  We will be exhibiting the BC 1050/1054 Bllack Carbon Monitor, the E-FRM Reference Monitor, the NPM Neighborhood Monitor and more.  Please stop by to find out more.   Location: Hyatt Regency, New Orleans, LA....BOOTH 332.

Kemo Chen trains at Met One Instruments

Kemo is a student at Oregon State University in the Engineering Department.  He successfuly trained with Lead Trainer, Randy Fabich at our factory in Grants Pass, Oregon.


The hidden toll of air pollution on office workers By  Chris Mooney   June 14 at 3:18 PM   A view of the Los Angeles skyline shrouded by heavy smog in May 2015. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images) In a  new paper , economists and public health researchers have found that not even working indoors in an office can protect people from the deleterious impacts of polluted air and particularly fine particulate pollution — defined as tiny particles that can travel deep into our lungs and even get into the bloodstream and eventually reach the central nervous system. The study, released this week as a white paper by the National Bureau of Economic Research, profited from the cooperation of a large Chinese travel firm, Ctrip International, which shared data on its workers’ performance with the researchers. It was conducted by Tom Chang of the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California with colleagues from the University of Californ

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Met One Instruments' E-Sampler on the Job with the USFSARP!


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: or