All Air Samplers

SASS 2300 Wetted-Wall Air Sampler

SASS 2300 Wetted-Wall Air Sampler

Sample fluid is maintained at a constant amount independent of collection time, ambient air temperature, or relative humidity, providing unsurpassed monitoring capabilities in environments ranging from farmyards to hospitals to battlefields.

SASS 2400 Low-Volume Wet Air Sampler

Lower air flow and fluid sample volume, while still employing the highly successful wetted wall aerosol collection strategy that has received DHS Certification under the U.S. Safety Act of 2002.

SASS 3100 Dry Air Sampler

SASS 3100 Dry Air Sampler

A high efficiency dry filter sampler developed for the collection of airborne particulates, especially pathogenic bacteria and spores.

SASS 3100R Radioactive Dry Air Sampler

Built on our proven SASS 3100 dry air sampler, it is a portable aerosol collector developed specifically for Research International’s air-borne radioactivity electret collection filter.

SASS 3010 Particle Extractor

SASS 3010 Particle Extractor

Used to extract and transfer to a small fluid volume, aerosols captured by Research International’s electret filters. Extraction efficiencies are typically in the range of 60 to 80%.

SASS 3010 Particle Extractor

SASS 4000 Concentrator

Highly efficient, high-volume aerosol concentration device that processes large volumes of ambient air, continuously transferring particulates from this primary air stream to a much smaller secondary air flow. As a result, the secondary flow can reach aerosol concentrations that are 4X to 15X higher than present in the incoming air.

SASS 3010 Particle Extractor

SASS 4100 Two-Stage Collector

Directs the SASS 4000 secondary airflow through an electret filter media from which the particles can later be extracted for detection and analysis.

SASS 3010 Particle Extractor

SASS 4200 Vehicle-Mount Concentrator

A highly efficient, high-volume aerosol concentration device designed for vehicular applications. A blower-driven concentration device inside the unit pulls air in at a rate of about 3600 LPM (forward vehicle motion is not necessary for proper operation). Particulates in the sampled air are transferred to a low flow-rate secondary loop that can be routed to a location inside the vehicle.

 
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