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Organic Vapor TraceAir, High Sampling Rate, IAQ and STEL

543 Acetic Acid
546 Organic Vapor, High Capacity
549 HCFC Monitor

Ethylene Oxide (8 hr TWA or 15

Min STEL),

566 Organic Vapor, Most Versatile
571 Aldehyde (Formaldehyde, Formalin)
574 Anesthetic Gases
575 Nitrous Oxide
580 Aldehyde, TraceAir, Fast Sampling Rate
584 Ammonia
585 Organic Amine, Primary and Secondary
586 Ozone
587 Hydrogen Peroxide
592 Acrolein
593 Mercury
594 Nitrogen Dioxide
595 Ethyl-2-Cyanoacrylate (Super Glue)

We also have Laboratories.  AT Labs operates AIHA-LAP, LLC accredited labs which provide personal air samplers to industrial hygienists and analyze the contents of returned samplers.

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TraceAir® Monitor

Very Fast Sampling Rates

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Organics IAQ: 521-25

Glutaraldehyde, OPA: 580


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Miller-Nelson Services performs service life testing of respirator cartridges and canisters (e.g., gas masks) in conformance to NIOSH and European Standards.

Miller-Nelson Instruments manufactures test atmosphere generators and other equipment for gas mask service life testing.

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AIHce 2011 Demo by       Dr. Manning
Creating a Calibrated Exposure Chamber to Verify the Performance of Air Samplers and Respirator Cartridge