Ambilabs® will be exhibiting at the National Tribal Forum. The NTF grants tribes, EPA, and other organizations an opportunity to meet and discuss current policies, regulatory initiatives, and technical topics concerning air quality. The forum is a endeavor co-sponsored by The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) and the National Tribal Air Association (NTAA), made possible by funding from US EPA and our generous sponsors. We are proud to be a Gold-Level Sponsor.
Our mission is to provide authentic and accurate ambient air monitoring solutions to a variety of applications. For example, tribal communities are generating a unique interest in our 2-WIN (Two Wavelength Integrating Nephelometer). This is due to the fact that government agencies and tribal communities play a vital role in studying the consequences of wildfires in their local communities
The 2-WIN is able to continuously monitor dust, particulate, and visibility, both indoors and outdoors, even in severe conditions. Its patented light source technology makes it a dynamic instrument for researchers and government agencies to gather precise data. This unit is ideal where accurate particulate and dust measurement is necessary in research programs or government assessments.
The Airpointer® is a compact solution for ambient air monitoring requirements. It is easy to install, cost-effective to operate, and simple to maintain. The unit offers a choice of U.S. EPA approved Federal Equivalent Method (FEM) analysis modules for monitoring airborne pollutants (SO2, NO2/NOX, CO, O3, and PM). Specialty pollutants can also be measured(BTEX, H2S, NH3, TRS, VOCs).
Although we won't be exhibiting instruments at this conference, our knowledgeable staff will be able to answer your questions and discuss other ambient air monitoring solutions.
We'll be handing out giveaways at our booth. Stop by our booth to learn more.