Personal Realtime Aerosol Monitor

The HAZ-DUST, with new infrared detector, displays immediate breathing zone measurements and comprehensive graph reporting of aerosol and dust for industrial hygiene and environmental air investigations. Operate without an impactor for total dust measurement (NIOSH Method 0500) or target specific particle fractions by installing an inhalable, thoracic, or respirable impactor. An in-line 37-mm cassette behind the sensor may be used to collect a concurrent filter sample for gravimetric or chemical analysis.

Easy-to-use HAZ-DUST IV

Four simple keys and menu-driven instructions displayed on an easy-to-read LCD make HAZ-DUST IV operation easy. Simply select from the menus the desired particle type and connect the appropriate impactor to the sensor. Place a filter in the filter cassette behind the sensor, zero the unit, and clip the unit and sensor to a worker’s clothing. Attach the HAZ-DUST IV onto the worker’s belt. Use the four-button keypad to set the threshold alarm and begin monitoring.

  • Immediate display of particle concentration in mg/m3
    • TWA, STEL, Max, and Min
    • Data is stored for downloading
  • Miniaturized sensor mounts directly in breathing zone
  • Interchangeable impactors
    • Inhalable adapts to IOM Sampler to meet inhalable convention
    • Thoracic impactor (included) meets thoracic convention
    • Respirable adapts to GS-3 Cyclone to meet respirable convention
  • Operate without an impactor for total dust measurement by NIOSH Method 0500
  • Internal adjustable sample pump — 1.0 to 3.3 L/min
  • In-line cassette directly behind sensor for concurrent filter sampling
    • Use sample to correct data for local dust
  • Audible alarm with adjustable threshold
  • Worker comfort
    • Small, lightweight case easily attaches at the waist
    • Miniature sensor clips in the breathing zone
  • DustComm Pro Software for downloading, basic trend analysis, and comprehensive graphical reporting
  • Run time over 8 hours with rechargeable NiMH battery

Determining levels of worker respirator protection for OSHA compliance

  • Reviewing compliance programs
  • Evaluating work practices and controls of any dust-generating practice
  • Performing safety audits
  • Combine with NIOSH video exposure monitor for real-time graphical overlays
  • Monitoring welding fume exposures
  • Performing air quality studies in occupational health and industrial hygiene
  • Performing hazmat air quality investigations and monitoring waste site remediation
  • All air monitoring applications involving lung damaging particulates
  • Measuring total dust according to NIOSH 0500

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