It can be easy to take care of safety problems you can see, but sometimes you can’t see all potential risks, like harmful air particulates from smoke or dust in your workshop. Dylos’ Air Quality Monitor helps you see what you’re breathing.
Dylos designed the DC1100 to be affordable to the average consumer. Its laser particle counter, which can make measurements as small as one micron, maintains current counts of the amount of particles in the air between one to four microns, and above five microns. As a point of reference, a human hair measures between 40-120 microns in diameter.
The DC1100 stores up to 30 days of data, so you can monitor changes in your work environment.
This allows you to see if changes to ventilation, dust collection, or recirculating filters have any affect on your work environment.
You might find this a very useful tool if you run a commercial shop, or if you’re just concerned about the quality of air in your home shop. Dylos sells it for $200.
DC1100 Air Quality Monitor [Dylos]