Air Quality Monitors provide real-time measurements of dust generated by construction activities. Dust mitigation measures are required at most construction sites, and real-time dust reporting may be required to verify that mitigation measures are effective. Datasheet
Established in 2001, Aeroqual has developed sensor-based air quality measurements for a variety of applications in more than 50 countries and climates worldwide. The New Zealand company’s calibration and production facilities operate under ISO 9001:2008.
Air Quality Monitoring
Aeroqual instruments are in daily use by high profile customers in the US, including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, New York Department of Environmental protection, South Coast Air Quality Management District, and NASA.
Supported by GEO
GEO-Instruments is a partner and distributor of Aeroqual in North America. We offer sales, service, and support, and add-ons, such as solar-power panels, rugged battery boxes, and installation accessories.
Aeroqual Dust Monitors
GEO-Instruments deploys robust and accurate Aeroqual dust monitors for automated monitoring. Dust Monitoring Datasheet
All models are capable of measuring PM10 and smaller particulates. Standard features include:
- Continuous measurement
- Real-time reporting
- Robust, weatherproof design
- User-friendly setup and operation
- On-board, fail-safe data storage
- WIFI and cellular connectivity
- SMS and email alerts
- Solar power
- Cloud connectivity
- Wind measurements
- Weather station measurements
- Noise measurements
- VOC, O3 (ozone) and NO2 measurements
Ultrasonic Wind Sensor
Full Weather Station