To all our friends, distributors, customers, Met One Instruments' wishes you all a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous 2019! We thank you for your support in 2018 and hope to be of service to you in 2019 and beyond. The Friendly Crew
Exhibit at Phoenix Convention Center, 100 N. 3rd. Street. January 6-11, 2019. Please stop by to meet Tom Pottberg, Pete Pomponi, and Dave Gilmore If you wish to make an appointment, contact email@example.com and we'll get back to you to confirm. Please visit the AMS Exhibition website to find out events in detail.
If you receive an email that doesn't sound correct...i.e. makes you question the content and the sender, please delete or ask the MOI IT person at firstname.lastname@example.org if legitimate. Hackers are everywhere so be diligent and thank you.
Ryan Kangas and Chris Hinson from SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd. learning in depth maintenance of the BAM 1020 and other MOI monitors. We welcome all to the factory for training and Grants Pass hospitality! Please make arrangements with Mputnam@metone.com.
In celebration of 10 years of PM monitoring at the US Embassy in Beijing, Met One Instruments, Inc. was present for the ribbon cutting ceremony with the US Ambassador. Needless to say, it was an honor to celebrate the BAM 1020 FEM 2.5 doing its job for the Embassy personnel and Embassy employees living in Beijing.
Our man in China, Richard Shen in Xian at the Met One Instruments booth...October 15-20, 2018. The conference is on PM2.5 monitoring. Our person in the field is also in attendance - Stephen Wilson. Stop by and find out more about our popular and our newest equipment. Contact: email@example.com and show your picture at our booth for a priority discount on your next purchase.
ENVIROCON CONDUCTS TRAINING ON THE E-SAMPLER " The trip to Cahora Bassa was hugely challenging, However the people in Mozambique are so fiercely eager to learn, It was a very rewarding trip indeed. Language was a problem but we managed to communicate reasonably well. Doing projects like the Mozambique trip is really what life is all about. It makes you feel as if you are really contributing to the system." Paul Mcnally of Envirocon, South Africa. For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or our distributor in South Africa, email@example.com.
Met One Instruments, Inc. will participate in the 10 year anniversary of the installation of the BAM 1020 at the US Embassy in Beijing this October. Rooftop sensors on U.S. embassies are warning the world about ‘crazy bad’ air pollution By Eli Kintisch Apr. 19, 2018 , 10:00 AM In October 2010, as heavy smog hung over Beijing, the U.S. embassy's Twitter feed said its rooftop pollution sensor had detected “crazy bad” levels of hazardous microparticles. So-called PM2.5 had shot up to about 550 micrograms per cubic meter—a level to which programmers had given the sardonic label because they thought it would never be reached. The undiplomatic language ruffled feathers in Beijing; embassy staff apologized, deleted the tweet, and replaced the label with “beyond index.” Yet that incident and others like it spurred public complaints that eventually elicited more aggressive efforts to tame the pollution. By now, rooftop sensors like those that drew attention to Beijing's pol
E-Sampler Re-Calibrated on the spot for Oregon Fire Fighters These two Firemen walked in with an out of service E-Sampler and walked out shortly with their unit. fixed. They are looking happy and we are happy to do what we can for all the people around us fighting fires.
EBAM TRAINING IN MOZAMBIQUE BY PAUL MCNALLY OF ENVIROCON INSTRUMENTATION Paul explained how remote this station was compared to Kolwezi in the Democratic Republic of Congo, one of his previous trips. The language spoken is Portuguese. For your air monitoring requirements in Africa, please contact Envirocon Instrumentation www.envirocon.co.za.
BAM 1022 IN PUNA COURTESY OF STATE OF HAWAII The State of Hawaii Department of Health, monitoring Kilauea Volcano in Puna, has deployed the BAM 1022 monitors, E-BAMS and E-Samplers. Working with the USEPA, the State keeps the locals aware of air quality resulting from the eruption and lava flows. Protection of the citizens in the area is the primary goal since the eruption began.
The NEW GT-324 Particle Counter Met One Instruments,Inc.is proud to announce the new GT-324. This particle counter is a full-featured handheld particle counter that provides the functionality of a bench unit in a portable package. A fully integrated RH/Temp sensor immediately adds readings to your displayed and logged data. This easy to use unit is convenient for compliance. The user interface is simple with the multi-function rotary dial. The GT-324 complies with 21 CFR Part 11 with a password feature to prevent unauthorized changes to user settings. It is 21501-4 compliant. All new units include an NIST traceable certificate of calibration and we are including the upgraded Particle View software package with this model which offers reports, alarms, and conversions for improved data analysis. The GT-324 has seven selectable sizes; 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1.0, 2.5, 5.0 and 10.0 microns. The operator can choose 4 of the particle sizes of interest. The GT-
Cumberland County Clean Air: Air monitor data to be made available for research at Dickinson College Joseph Cress The Sentinel Jun 1, 2018 0 Facebook Twitter Email SUBSCRIBE FOR 17¢ / DAY BUY NOW The vacuum air pump is part of the BAM-1020 air quality monitor temporarily stored at Tom Benjay's home in South Middleton Township. Michael Bupp, The Sentinel Facebook Twitter Email Print Save The same data that helped local residents make informed choices could be important to helping regional experts map out trends in fine particulate emissions and health issues related to air quality. For over nine years, the Clean Air Partnership operated a BAM-1020 air quality monitor mounted on the rooftop of The Sentinel Building at 457 E. North St. in Carlisle. As The Sentinel prepares to move to its new location at 327 B Street in Carlisle later this summer, the air