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Casella’s Dust Detective: Low key, high value site environmental monitoring

Casella’s Dust Detective provides short-term boundary and environmental monitoring in both indoor and outdoor environments. Able to monitor over 12 hours on its internal batteries, the lightweight, portable equipment is the ideal solution for monitoring levels of harmful dust on site.

Encompassing the Microdust Pro real time dust monitor and the Apex2 air-sampling pump, the Detective unit is easy to assemble, providing real time data that can be easily downloaded for analysis and reporting. This allows users to identify the trends in dust levels, areas of concern and hot spots that require action. The simple to use, unobtrusive and ruggedised black enclosure features quick release clips around the measurement probe, allowing fast setup times.

For more information, please visit www.casellasolutions.com

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