Airborne Particle Counters

What Do Airborne Particle Counters Do?

Airborne particle counters are important tools developed for measuring and monitoring microscopic particles in the air. These devices are used in a variety of industrial, scientific and environmental applications. Its main functions are to monitor airborne particulate matter pollution, maintain cleanroom conditions, control air quality, and verify the effectiveness of sterilization in the healthcare sector.

Airborne particle counters enable quality control in various industries by precisely measuring the size and number of particles. Particularly in pharmaceutical manufacturing, food industry and hospital environments, these devices play a critical role in monitoring particulate matter concentrations and maintaining quality. They also play an important role in environmental applications such as environmental monitoring and air quality measurement, helping to assess environmental impacts.

Climet particle counters are designed to provide precise and reliable results. Depending on your application, you can choose different Climet models and features. Ensuring that particle counters produce accurate and reliable results is critical for a number of applications such as cleanroom management, quality control, air quality monitoring and environmental monitoring.

Airborne Particle Counting Process



Prepare the Climet particle counter correctly and check all connections before operating the device.



Determine the air or gas you want to sample and select an appropriate sampling point. This may occur under laboratory or field conditions, depending on your sampling application.


Determining Sampling Time

Determine how long to sample for particle counting. This may depend on statistical reliability and the needs of your application.


Sampling Start

Start your Climet device and start air or gas sampling. This means that the Climet device will count particles for the period of time you specify.


Data collecting

The Climet particle counter detects and counts particles in the air during the sampling period. During this time, the size and number of particles are recorded.


Review Results

Once particle counting is complete, review the data produced by the Climet device. This data provides information about the number and size of particles in the air.



The Climet instrument usually provides results on the number and size of measured particles as a report or data file. You can analyze this data and report it when necessary.



Perform regular maintenance of your Climet device and perform calibration procedures as necessary. This ensures that the device continues to produce accurate results.