By Dr. Bob Haugen, Director of Product and Technology Development, and Dr. Allan Goodman, Regional Sales Manager
Maintaining safe and sterile work environments is a top concern for employers across a wide spectrum of industries – from pharmaceutical manufacturers to first responders to furniture companies. However, what constitutes clean, hazard-free air may differ from sector to sector depending on the raw materials used. Common contaminants include visible dust, very fine powders, and molecular vapors.
In underregulated fields, employers may lack the guidance needed to make informed decisions about how to assess air quality or to add the necessary infrastructure and engineering controls to mitigate exposure. Download the full paper for an overview of the characteristics that make vapors and powders dangerous, ways of detecting these agents, and key methods to contain these hazardous materials and keep your team out of harm’s way.