Partners

 

 

Airmodus
Airmodus offers Particle Size Magnifier systems that allow you to detect particles as small as 1 nm in diameter; easy to use Condensation Particle Counters with a cut-off size fit for your measurement needs; and special mass spectrometer inlets for the detection of challenging gaseous compounds. With Airmodus technologies, researchers can now observe clusters of molecules and the nucleated particles as small as 1 nm. And, further learn about the particle growth using the activation spectra of 1-4 nm particles, both charged and neutral. Website: www.airmodus.com.

 

Dekati
Dekati Ltd. has provided high quality instrumentation for fine particle measurements successfully for over 20 years. Our measurement solutions include complete fine particle measurement setups including both sample conditioning and particle detection. Dekati manufactures and develops all instruments in Kangasala, Finland. Website: www.dekati.fi

 

Cambustion
The new Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier (AAC) is fast establishing itself as a unique classifier of aerosol particles by aerodynamic diameter, for true monodisperse aerosol selection without charging artefacts over a size range of 25nm – 5µm.

To learn more, visit our exhibition booth at the 2018 NOSA-FAAR Symposium
Visit www.cambustion.com/publications for a list of third party technical papers using Cambustion products.

 

TSI
As an international leader in measurement technology for over 50 years, TSI Incorporated ( www.tsi.com ) designs and manufactures precision instruments that are recognized as industry leading worldwide.
During NOSA 2018, the TSI team will present: The 4 th and latest generation of butanol Condensation Particle Counters (CPC) that come with many new featu res and data access options. They were also designed to work best in TSI’s latest Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer (SMPS ® ) system to deliver the highest level of sizing accuracy and fastest measurements. A wide range of Micro - Orifice Uniform Deposition Imp actors (MOUDI™) for sampling and collecting of particles as well as the new QCM - MOUDI™ for real - time aerosol mass measurements following first principles. Our portable particle sizing instruments incl. the NanoScan SMPS and the Optical Particle Counter (O PS) that combined offer an easy, mobile option for wide - range size distribution measurements.

 

tillquist
At ECOTECH, problem solving is in our DNA. For over 40 years we have pioneered innovative solutions in environmental monitoring for air, water, gas, blast, particulate and dust. Headquartered in Australia, we now operate in more than 80 countries, manage over 440 real-time environmental monitoring sites and are certified to internationally recognised quality standards. ECOTECH is part of the ACOEM Group.

 

grimm
GRIMM Aerosol Technik, a member of the Durag Group, is one of the worldwide leading companies in the field of high-tech aerosol measurement instrumentation due to its innovations and quality manufacturing. In the Nordic Countries we co-operate with our distributors: Ekonia (Finland), ExIS (Sweden and Denmark) and Industriell Måleteknikk (Norway). Ekonia and ExIS will participate at NOSA 2018. Grimm is developing and manufacturing devices from portable handheld spot measurements to complete stationary systems. We determine particle number and particle size as well as particle mass distribution. The product portfolio of GRIMM includes: Dust Monitors for PM10, PM2.5 and PM1, Nanoparticle Counting and Sizing, Indoor Air Quality Monitors, Workplace Monitors, Filter Efficiency Test Systems, Aerosol Generators, Systems for Aircraft and UAV Operation. Our instruments meet the requirements of a worldwide increasing number of customers in the research field and industry.

 

Droplet Measurement Technologies
We are a leading manufacturer of scientific instruments that are used to measure particles, water and ice in the atmosphere and on the ground.

 

Atmosphere (ISSN 2073-4433 www.mdpi.com/journal/atmosphere) is an open access, international, interdisciplinary scholarly journal of scientific research related to the Earth’s atmosphere. The AIM is to publish original research papers, reviews, communications and short notes. Additionally, special issues are devoted to cutting-edge research topics. There is no restriction on the length of papers and manuscripts undergo rigorous peer-review before publication.