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Low-cost residential particle monitoring

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Low-cost residential particle monitoring

There are new technologies that allow for laser particle counting for homeowners. This group is set up to encourage people using these monitors (e.g. Dylos, Speck) to share their experiences, troubleshoot problems with the devices, and interpret the data and its implication on indoor air quality.

Members: 126
Latest Activity: on Saturday

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PGH air quality 9/14/17

Started by Rob. Last reply by Linda Wigington on Saturday. 7 Replies

What indoor particle sources have you noticed?

Started by Don Fugler. Last reply by Don Fugler Sep 5. 3 Replies

Before and After: Filter Upgrade and Continuous Filtration

Started by Christopher Guignon. Last reply by Don Fugler Jun 18. 16 Replies

Dust resuspension

Started by Don Fugler. Last reply by Linda Wigington May 26. 4 Replies

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