Nanozen Industries Inc.

Address: 25 East 6th Ave. – Unit 202
City: Vancouver
State: BC

Country: Canada

Zip: V5T 1J3

Phone: +1 844-626-6936

About Nanozen Industries Inc.

Nanozen delivers innovative solutions for aerosol exposure analysis in industrial workplace environments. Nanozen’s Dustcount® real-time, wearable, personal dust monitors offer unparalleled capabilities that help drive improved airborne particulate analysis, worker protection, and timely corrective action in the Occupational Health and Safety industry. Know the air you breathe®!

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DustCount 9000 - Real-time, Personal, Wearable Dust Monitor, Nanozen Industries Inc.

DustCount 9000 - Real-time, Personal, Wearable Dust Monitor

Nanozen’s DustCount® is a direct reading instrument that allows customers to collect data generated by real-time monitoring of respirable dust exposure levels. DustCount is the only product on the market that allows real-time data to be correlated with individual employees' exposure by using its built-in sampling filter which can be used to determine the percentage of silica from the analysis of the bulk sample. To learn more visit us at

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OPC vs. Photometer in a Controlled Laboratory and in Wildfire Sampling, Nanozen Industries Inc.

OPC vs. Photometer in a Controlled Laboratory and in Wildfire Sampling

Wednesday, June 3 1:40 PM - 2:00 PM ET

To improve protective measures for workers, a major push in aerosol monitoring is the movement from gravimetric monitoring to real-time monitoring. There are two dominant technologies when it comes to personal real-time aerosol monitoring: 1) optical particle counters (OPC) and 2) photometers. Both technologies utilize laser as a detection source; however, each has its own pros and cons. This study is designed to outline and test these differences using in the context of wildfire sampling.


Category: Education Training

Sampling and Interpretation Errors in Workplace Aerosol Monitoring, Nanozen Industries Inc.

Sampling and Interpretation Errors in Workplace Aerosol Monitoring

Wednesday, June 3 2:15 PM - 2:35 PM ET

The aerosol measured by personal samplers may differ substantially from the original aerosol due to factors such as: a) sampling efficiency; b) transport and internal losses; c) sensor response limitations; and d) inadequate sampling and data processing. Join us to review the results of a study that investigated how different sources of sampling error (bias and variability) may affect the measurement of the original aerosol.


Category: Education Training


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