Single stage bioaerosol impaction sampler kit for biological analysis of microorganisms in artificially conditioned environments. The digital area sampling pump offers a 10 to 30 LPM flow with timing function. The analyzes are performed after air impaction, which is based on the shock of the volume of air collected over a culture medium. The single stage impaction sampler is aluminum machined, ensuring excellent sealing and asepsis. The glass collector table with 400 holes is independent and can be replaced in case of clogging. Aeris can be used with a battery or with electric power.
Display: High contrast Backlit LCD with Battery Power Level Indicator, sampling time indicator, flow and volume
Flow range: 10 to 30 LPM (recommended 28,3 LPM)
Programmable flow and time
External filter for protection of the motor (allows easy cleaning at the work field)
Power supply: rechargeable Li-on battery or bivolt feeding
Keyboard calibration, no adjustment keys required
Operation temperature: 0 to 65 ºC
Operation humidity: 0 to 95% RH
Up to 16” of H2O back pressure system
Dimensions: 241 x 139 x 114mm
Uses 60mm to 100mm petri dishes
Dimensions: 105 x 73mm
Cable for electrical feeding
Certificate of calibration
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We guarantee our customers, for the period of 3 (three) years after the issuance of the invoice, technical assistance services for any defects caused by manufacturing or component failure that makes them inappropriate for the use they are intended.
To validate the guarantee, it is necessary to send the instrument properly packed, including a copy of the invoice to: Av. Theodomiro Porto da Fonseca, 3101 / Unit 6, São Leopoldo / RS CEP: 93022-715 OR TO AN AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR.
The period for repairing of the product will not exceed 10 working days, counted from the date of receipt in our laboratory.
Conditions not covered by the warranty:
Exposure to excessive heat (above 65 °C)
Damage caused by aspiration of liquids
Damage caused by not using the external filter
Damage caused by impact to the collecting table
Damage caused from falling or breaking on the display
Opening the instrument without authorization (Breach of the seal)