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Setting up a particulate monitoring station for our Phase 2 Particulate Study Mike Webley from Enviro Technology (UK) proudly showing the BAM 1020

[JP] This is a photo of Joel Craig and Jay Courtney of the San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District setting up a particulate monitoring station for our Phase 2 Particulate Study. The EBAM was operated for over a year at this remote location that utilized 100% solar power and required a hike in to service. PM10, wind speed, wind direction, temperature, and relative humidity was measured at the site and was available to the study researchers in real-time with the use of a cell modem.

Mike Webley from Enviro Technology (UK) proudly showing the BAM 1020
John Wilbur entered the person driving the car from his crew! John Wilbur in Bermuda with a BAM 1020 and weather station from Met One Instruments.

John Wilbur entered the person driving the car from his crew!
Najarian Project – Wireless data transfer at public park in New Jersey monitoring Met and PM and PM speciation from excavation and removal of suspect fill materials. 3 BAMS , 2 SASS units and 3 met stations. As well as 2 portable trailers (really nice but I keep forgetting to take a picture !!) with EBAMS and SASS units.

John Wilbur in Bermuda with a BAM 1020 and weather station from Met One Instruments. See him with Dr. Andrew Peters and Alastair Marks at new AQ monitoring site to study AQ impacts from a new deepwater dock on Western side or the island. This is the second system Wilbur Tech Services has installed for BIOS. AQ parameters are SO2, NOx and PM 10 with WS/WD/ TEMP and RH. BAM and Met Gear from Met One.

John Wilbur entered the person driving the car from his crew!

MOI's 034B combination wind sensor at 30 meters in San Jose, Costa Rica. Photo taken by Sergio Brenes of Campbell Scientific Centro Caribe S.A. He sacrificed his photo to show off the instrument. At 30 meters, we accept this photo!

Met One Instruments' 014Mini and 024Mini in China on a 120 meter tower. Met One Instruments

Met One Instruments' 014Mini and 024Mini in China on a 120 meter tower. The wind sensors, used in wind energy prospecting and monitoring, are made for long life reliability, ease of installation and maintenance, and made of corrosion proof metals. Joe Zhou of Beijing Techno Solutions is the distributor and photographer in Beijing.

 
Automet Datalogger by Met Instruments shown in the Surabaya Institute of Technology for a study at the University I'm Allan B. Cruz of BP Integrated Technologies, Inc.

This Automet Datalogger by Met Instruments shown in the Surabaya Institute of Technology for a study at the University

Name: Subchan Eko
Company: PT HAS Environmental

Product: Automet Datalogger

Location: Surabaya Institute of Technology (ITS East Java)
Country: Indonesia

I'm Allan B. Cruz of BP Integrated Technologies, Inc. performing in-house service calibration and validation of Met One BAM 1020 PM10 and PM2.5 using Met One Volumetric Flow Calibration Kit BX – 307. These two units belongs the Department of Environment and Natural Resources - Environmental Management Bureau National Capital Region. It was later installed at AQMS located at Ateneo de Manila University Philippines.

Tiberio Benavides Chun-Chiang Kuo

Tiberio Benavides H. from SanAmbiente in Colombia installing a weather station in Medellin in December of 2009. Site is a complete air quality station using Met One Instruments' BAM 1020 beta gauge.

My name is Chun-Chiang Kuo and I now work as a technician in the Department of Atmospheric Science, National Central University, Taiwan. We installed these instruments at a super site in high mountain area of Taiwan. This site is Lulin Atmospheric Background Station, LABS. (23.46 N, 120.87 E, 2862 m ABSL). We've been using this met sensors for almost 5 years, and they are very reliable.

Zamzam Tuah Kam Truhn, Research Specialist
Handsome guy above is Zamzam Tuah. He works with Alam Sekitar Malaysia Sdn.Bhd, Selangor, Malaysia as a Consultant/Engineer. Above picture he doing equipment (E-sampler complete with wind speed/direction, Relative Humidity, Temperature PM 10) testing at Alam Sekitar office before bring to Brunei for site monitoring. After site assessment, we will evaluate the data and send to Brunei Government to decide which location they prefer. We are the contractor for supply 7 unit BAM 1020 and 7 unit for BAM 1020 coarse for Brunei project. He brings in many MOI equipment such as handheld, E-Sampler and BAM 1020 to Malaysia and he is a good Business & Development person. Hopefully, if he get the IPAD, its more easier to do more and more sales of MOI equipment.

Kam Truhn, Research Specialist
Louis Calder Biological Station, Fordham University
With a 385 Rain/Snow Gauge.

A Mining Company in Chile A Mining Company in Chile

We are a Mining Company in Chile, we have two meteorological station operating. Among other instruments, we own a BAM 1020.

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