In the Field
Thinking of purchasing the E-BAM, E-Sampler? Please read the latest report from the US Forest Service (PDF).
E-BAM gets run-over by a tractor and dragged for 200 Ft. in Chile!
Met One Instruments tested the monitor upon arrival at our service center and the only parts replaced were the weatherproof enclosure and the inlet tube. The E-BAM worked just fine. Another example of quality and ruggedness of Met One Instruments' products.
Pictured: The BAM 1020 monitors particulate and weather parameters at the Taj Mahal in Agra. Met One Instruments' particulate and meteorological stations assist in preserving the world's art and archaeological sites. Among the most notable sites, the cave drawings in Mongolia, the Sphinx in Egypt and the Taj Mahal in India.
Met One Instruments has provided monitoring equipment around the world for a variety of applications.
Low maintenance, rugged, reliable instruments make MOI the manufacturer of choice for all requirements.
|[Mees Observatory] Complete Weather Station at Mees Observatory, Mt. Haleakala, Hawaii.||[Offshore Ship]
FLIP ocean survey ship at sea with Met One Instruments, Inc. array.
System monitoring the effects of weather deterioration on the structure of the Sphinx.
We are proud to show our visitors an example of a mobile station recently integrated in Medellin, Colombia by our distributor, SanAmbiente. The MOI weather station is mounted on the roof and the BAM 1020 is fully integrated with other analyzers in the interior cabin. For more information, on MOBILE STATIONS, please contact email@example.com or 541-471-7111 at the main factory in Oregon.
Letter from a customer
Our company is using products of your company for the last 5 years. In addition we are also using «Model 466 AutoMet». As a positive comment, we would like to mention that over this time your meteorological stations demonstrated that they can be operated under various conditions presented at the Karachaganak Field. All required servicing is only timely cleaning them up from dust.
Especially we would like to stress that your station with a wind sensor « Model 034 » is very easy and simple in operating it. Software “MicroMet Plus “, version 2.2 is very convenient for our conditions of working, it allows to keep on a long-term basis all meteorological data in our local computer, and also the data can be comprised and presented in a convenient spread sheets format.
Field Environmental Coordinator
KPC FAB, Office 103
Note: The letter above is from one of the most rugged regions on this earth. Please see the brief description below.
Much of Kazakhstan still looks the way it did when Genghis Khan and his hordes swept across the Central Asian steppes: vast, desolate and empty. Today's travelers will feel as if they've reached the final outposts of the civilized world: Bleak desert scenery leads to flat, seemingly endless plains, broken occasionally by isolated cities, many of them industrial wastelands dating from the Soviet era.
The plains end abruptly at sharply rising foothills and high mountains along the country's eastern and southeastern fringes, where the best attractions lie. According to Asian legend, somewhere in the Altay Mountains, which straddle Kazakhstan's borders with Russia and China, is Shambhala -- the paradise that will someday reveal itself.
Construction site dust monitoring is part of Maricopa County’s particulate problem due to its high growth factor. Wherever construction takes place, the fence-line-monitor, E-Sampler, is what you need to monitor particulate at your work site. Portable, continuous and rugged, the E-Sampler is easy to set-up and maintain. Please call 541-471-7111 for pricing and delivery or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Met One E-Sampler on site
Met One Instruments can solve your weather related problems…..
Unique Rain Alarm System Saves Contractor Time and Money
A construction contractor in the Northwest was working on a project in the mountains where a workday was determined by the amount of rainfall. Each day someone was sent to the site to determine if there had been too much rain over night or if it was currently raining. If the weather conditions were favorable, the contractor would contact his construction crew and they would go to the site. Time was lost sending someone to visually check the site so the contractor contacted Met One Instruments for a time and cost saving solution.
Our engineers came up with a system to alert the contractor when the conditions were not suitable for work. The key element was that it had to be easy to use as the day foreman might change each day. An automatic voice system was decided upon. Each morning, the foreman calls the remotely located site via telephone, and connects with the Met One Instruments MicroMet Data Logger at the construction site. The logger, using a voice messaging modem, provides the caller with current rain conditions and conditions over the past 2, 4, and 8 hours. Using this information, the foreman makes his decision to contact the rest of the construction crew. The users of the system have been able to get out to the site earlier each day when conditions are good, and not waste the time of the foreman going up the mountain to check on the muddy condition every morning.
This system makes use of the MicroMet 455A Data Logger, the MX-913 Modem with Voice Response and the Model 370 all metal, tipping bucket rain gauge. Using the MicroMet Plus software on a PC system, the users are also able to call the remote logger and download archived rainfall rate and totals as well as receive the voice message. Additional information on the rainfall alarm system, remote alarm systems, and voice messaging systems can be obtained by contacting the Met One Instruments sales staff.