TSI Releases Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP)-Resistant Remote Particle Counters

Designed with VHP-resistant coatings and materials, the TSI AeroTrak® Remote Particle Counter 7510-VHP series is ideal for GMP manufacturing applications where accidental VHP exposure can occur.

SHOREVIEW, MN -- TSI Incorporated released a new line of remote particle counters resistant to the damaging effects of Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP.) Designed with VHP-resistant coatings and materials, the TSI AeroTrak® Remote Particle Counter 7510-VHP series is ideal for GMP manufacturing applications where accidental VHP exposure can occur.

AeroTrak Remote Particle Counters integrate seamlessly with TSI's FMS validated monitoring software. Other connectivity options include Ethernet (TCP/IP), serial Modbus RTU communications or 4-20mA analog outputs. Installation is further simplified with power provided by the particle counter's Ethernet connection (Power-over-Ethernet), or via a local power supply. These particle counters can also store up to 3,000 sample records, providing data redundancy.

To learn more about TSI continuous monitoring solutions, visit http://www.tsi.com/continuous-monitoring-systems or call 800-874-2811.

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