For ISO 14644 compliance, all particle counting equipment requires a calibration certificate.
Cleanroom particle counters and anemometers offer portability, accuracy, and easy use. The self-contained devices allow local and off-site testing of air quality, air speed, HVAC efficacy.
Cleanroom particle counters differ widely based upon particle threshold, cost, and features. How to do you determine if you need a particle counter or what model of particle counter to purchase? In this article we will go over the basics of particle counters and give you the facts to help you determine which one is best for your cleanroom application.
How Do Particle Counters Work? What’s the Difference Between a Condensation Particle Counter and An Optical Particle Counter?
How to Certify a Cleanroom with Kanomax Hand Held Particle Counters
Updated: 7/25/17 Airy Technology P611 is a handheld particle counter with a large color display that shows 6 channels of cumulative and parallel particle counts