Handheld particulate pollution meter for hazardous environments

Omega's HHTP21 is designed for monitoring particulate pollution in burning plants, petrochemical facilities, thermal power plants, restaurants, hospitals, mining facilities and metal refineries.
By Omega Engineering February 7, 2016

Omega's HHTP21 is designed for monitoring particulate pollution in burning plants, petrochemical facilities, thermal power plants, restaurants, hospitals, mining facilities and metal refineries. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringOmega’s HHTP21 handheld particulate, humidity and temperature meter is designed to measure fine and course particle pollution that comes from many different types of sources. The HHTP21 is designed for monitoring particulate pollution in burning plants, petrochemical facilities, thermal power plants, restaurants, hospitals, mining facilities and metal refineries. Other features include temperature and humidity measurements and a health index detection and alarm. It also has a six-color LED indication for air quality and a preset warning point. It also has manual data memory and read function and an operating temperature range of -20 to 60 C (-4 to 140 F).

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