Air Monitoring

Airborne Hazards From Gases, Vapours and Dusts

Jan 26 2010 Read 4863 Times

Author: Eddie Salter on behalf of SKC

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Air sampling is relevant to almost every industry, from flour dust exposure in a bakery to chemical vapour exposure in a factory. Air Sampling is a vital method of protecting workers from these potential hazards. By consistently measuring the concentration of airborne contaminants workers are exposed to, steps can be taken to ensure that they remain at a safe level, preventing chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and pulmonary fibrosis.


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