Particle size analyses are essential to evaluating water, air, and many other materials for environmental applications. From our planet’s environment to indoor air quality, particle characterization and size results can verify compliance with safety standards and quality or offer solutions to water or air manufacturing problems.
The authorities use particle concentration and size analysis to determine the quality of air and water. If the emission engineers want to design air handling tools such as cyclones, scrubbers, and bag filters to remove dust before releasing it into the air, they will need particle size distribution.
The water industry uses particle results to adhere to wastewater regulation standards and assess filtration systems. Moreover, city municipalities use particle analysis to ensure water quality of industry discharge and safe drinking water.
Some examples of environmental materials we have analyzed are:
- Wood Dust
- Baghouse dust
- Drinking water
- Estuary runoff
- Mining tailings
- Contaminants and residue
- Cooling tower process water