With the 2016 Olympics in full swing, there has been plenty of discussion about the environmental pollution at this year's venue - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to a recent Reuters article, for years, Rio has exceeded World Health Organization (WHO) limits for air quality measures, largely due to a high number of vehicles operating within the city. In fact, according to the WHO website, excessive pollution levels caused 3.7 million premature deaths across the globe in 2012.
TSI's equipment was used in the air pollution testing that Reuters conducted in Rio. TSI's monitors offer continuous, real-time monitoring to determine the concentration levels of multiple elements in the air.
Features & Benefits:
- Real-time data
- Simultaneously measures both mass and size fractions, corresponding to PM1, PM2.5, PM10 and Total PM
- Automatic zeroing
- Cloud data management system
To learn more about TSI's Aerosol Monitors, click here.