Measurement technologies for nanoparticles
No challenge is too small for the measurement technology specialists from Testo. Since the takeover of the Swiss company Matter Aerosol, Testo has also been a provider of nanoparticle measurement technology. At Testo, innovative products for the measurement of particle concentrations from various sources and with differing properties are created.
Whether for the sake of the health of staff, or for ensuring product quality, whether for developing low-pollutant engines or for testing vehicles under the real conditions in road traffic – Testo offers you the optimum nanoparticle measuring technology for every application.
The optimum nanoparticle measuring technology for every application
Monitoring the concentration of nanoparticles in the air
With the testo DiSCmini, you measure the concentration of ultra-fine particles (UPF) in the following applications:
- Staff exposure
- Work protection
- Indoor air quality
- Outdoor air quality (e.g. in cities)
- Measurement of particle concentration, average particle diameter and LDSA with a time resolution of 1 second
- Operation without further operating materials such as liquids or radioactive radiation sources
Real Driving Emissions and periodic technical testing
With the innovative testo NanoMet3 PN-PEMS, you measure Real Driving Emissions (RDE) according to Euro 6C.
- Gas preparation: integrated PMP-compliant thermal dilution
- Measurements on petrol and diesel vehicles with no added effort
Sampling, dilution and preparation of aerosols
The testo ViPR volatile particle remover is a gas conditioning system for sampling, dilution and conditioning of raw gas for particle determination (in compliance with the PMP procedure).
- Fulfils UNECE R83 and R49
- Gas preparation for particle number measurement for vehicle type approval
Production of combustion soot particles
The fully automatic soot generator testo REXS (Reproducible EXhaust Simulator) produces soot nanoparticles which are very similar to diesel soot.
- Combustion soot particles with similar mobility distribution to diesel emissions
- Stable, reproducible particle size distribution with less than 5 % deviation
- 3-6 possible operating points with modal diameters of 30 nm to 120 nm
Other particle measuring instruments from Testo
testo 380 – fine particle measuring instrument
testo 338 - smoke count measuring instrument
Particle measurement for practical users
Are you interested in the world of nanoparticles and would you like to find out more about the different measurement methods and measuring instruments? Then download the “Particle measurement for practical users” white paper free of charge.
Get a comprehensive overview of
• Particle sizes and properties
• Different methods of particle measurement
• Approved measuring instruments for particle measurement from Testo