Air Monitors latest air quality equipment has been used extensively by a variety of news channels to support the every-growing media attention being given to urban air quality.
The company has been providing equipment such as the Fridas Frog, portable, wireless NO2 monitors, and AGMesh monitors.
Managing Director Jim Mills, said, “Monitoring technology is necessary to highlight today’s invisible threats; which are mainly fine particulates and nitrogen dioxide (NO2).”
“We have been happy to support the media in its efforts to highlight the problems that exist in our towns and cities, because the public needs to be made aware of this very serious threat, and because the development of lightweight, accurate air quality monitors has meant that it is now possible to identify the precise location of pollution hot-spots,” Mills continued.
TRT World is a 24 hrs/day news channel focusing on global issues. The channel used the new portable, wireless NO2 monitor and the Fidas Frog from Air Monitors to highlight the fine particulate problem on London’s streets.
Employing the same technology as the Fidas 200, which is increasingly used in reference monitoring stations, the Fidas Frog provides simultaneous measurement of PM1, PM2.5, PM4, and PM10 particle size distribution in a portable, wireless, battery-powered instrument.
Looking forward, Mills said, “It is also clear that recent advances in technology are making it possible to measure local air quality in an enormous number of locations, and this will have a major impact on people’s lives.”
Air Monitors will be displaying their latest air quality monitoring technology at AQE 2017 event, held in Telford from the 24th-25th May.
TRT news channel interviewing Steve Hoskin from Air Monitors, who showed the film crew how to operate both the Fidas Frog and a new portable, wireless NO2 monitor.
Based in the UK, Air Monitors is an independent, privately owned company representing some of the world’s leading environmental monitoring technology manufacturers.