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EPAM-5000 Dust Sampling

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Part Number:EPAM-5000 Dust Sampling


Direct Readout Plus Filter Sample for EPA PM Criteria
• Fast, easy setup 
• Highly sensitive and accurate 
• 0.001 to 20.0 mg/m3 for particles 0.1 to 100 μm 
• Optional 0.01 to 200 mg/m3 and 0.10 to 2000 mg/m3 ranges available 
• Accuracy ± 10% fi lter gravimetric SAE fi ne test dust 
• High correlation to EPA PM10 methods and TEOM® 
• Ideal for saturation sampling • Internal 1 to 4 L/min sample pump* 
• Unique aerodynamic particle-sizing real-time sensor
• Optional EPA FRM-style cassette holder for gravimetric reference 
• Immediate display and data storage
• Internal temperature compensation for ambient use 
• Interchangeable size-selective impactors for EPA parameters 
• PM10, PM2.5, and PM1.0; measures TSP without impactor 
• Rechargeable lead-acid battery for up to 24-hour operation 
• Continuous monitoring with AC adapter • Easy four-key menu driven operation 
• Stores up to 15 months of data • RS232 digital output 
• DustComm Pro data analysis/reporting software included 
• Portable and compact • 14 x 6 x 10 inches (35.6 x 15.2 x 25.4 cm)
• 10 pounds (4.5 kg) 
• Real-time clock and data display 
• Audible alarm siren

EPAM-5000 Features: 
• User-programmable start and stop time for unattended data collection 
• On-screen user-selectable sampling parameters retained in memory for quick, easy deployment when sampling parameters remain unchanged 
• Wireless data transmission option transmits data up to 5 miles 
• Improved DustComm Pro PC Software provides: 
 - Greater fl exibility in graphical reports — create and label in new “draw and paint” program 
 - Basic trend analysis 
 - Live data feed and logging from wireless data transmission 

• Wireless network software option available for Windows and Apple

EPAM-5000 Applications: 
• Quantifying off-site particulate migration 
• Surveying for PM2.5 and PM10 
• Monitoring dust generation during drilling and excavation 
• Evaluating dust suppression and engineering controls 
• Locating and identifying “hot spots” 
• Emergency response and fugitive emissions compliance 
• Determining level of respiratory protection 
• Survey of workplace for OSHA/EPA compliance 
• Evaluating worker exposure to airborne contaminants 
• Dust collector/ventilation system checks 
• Monitoring lung-damaging particles in factories and buildings 
• Complementary instrument for all EPA and OSHA personal and ambient particulate air sampling procedures

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