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October 28th, 2009
Measuring unhealthy particles in the atmosphere will soon become easier and less costly for environmental scientists, healthcare workers and technology manufacturers when aerosol manufacturer BMI debuts ACCESS 9400 next year, says company Vice President Fred Brechtel.
In addition to environmental testing, BMI sees the new product suite being valuable in the fast-emerging nanotechnology field as well as in cleanroom and silicone-wafer fabrication process monitoring.
"Tools to monitor worker exposure have not kept up with the accelerating use of highly engineered nanomaterials and nanoparticles in consumer goods," says Brechtel.
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