Laser Particle Counter

Airborne Particle Counter for the home

How clean is the air you breathe at home?

Dylos Products DC1100 Air Quality Monitor

Retail Price  $199.99

includes shipping

An advanced air quality monitor continuously checks your home particulate levels. 

A true laser particle counter which counts and sizes individual airborne particles available for the first time at an affordable price. 

Great diagnostic tool for allergy and asthma suffers.  

2 size ranges -

small ( > 1 micron fine dust, bacteria, mold, etc ) and

large ( > 5 micron coarse dust, pollen, dust mite debris, etc ). 

Data storage of up to 30 days of history for analysis. 

Simple to use, compact (7.0 x 5.0 x3.5 inches), lightweight, and runs off 9V AC adaptor.


Sold by American Allergy Supply Houston TX

Retail Price  $199.99

includes shipping

 


Dylos Corporation's DC1100 Air Quality Monitor is the first monitor on the market that has been developed and tested for consumer use. Up until now, the only particulate air quality monitors available for purchase were the extremely high priced units that were sold to hospitals, laboratories, clean room facilities, etc. The DC1100, on the other hand, was designed expressly to meet the needs of the home or office environment at an affordable price.

 
  • True Laser Particle Counter
  • Counts individual particles
  • Sizes small and large particles
  • Immediate response to changing environment
  • Up to 30 days of stored history data


The DC1100 Air Quality Monitor provides you with the necessary information for you to assess whether or not your indoor air is clean. It helps you stay proactive in the health of your family and if used in conjunction with the tips provided, you will be able to make sure that you are doing all that you can to keep the air your family breathes clean.

All you need to do is simply plug it in and turn it on. The DC1100 will configure itself to continuously count the airborne particles in your home. The DC1100 will let you know if the steps you are taking to improve your air quality are really working or not. The DC1100 will let the consumer know if an $800 air purifier works any better than a $200 one in their home. This will save the consumer money by taking the guesswork out of improving air quality. To assist the consumer in these efforts the DC1100 stores up to 30 days of air quality history for review.

 

 

The EPA ranks indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health.

EPA studies indicate that indoor levels of many pollutants may be 25 times, and occasionally more than 100 times, higher than outdoor levels. In general, indoor air is four to five times more polluted than outdoor air.

More than 15 million Americans are estimated to have asthma, including one-in-13 school-age children.

In the last 30 years, the number of people with asthma has gone up by almost 60%.

87% of American homeowners are not aware that pollution may be worse inside their homes than outdoors.

The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 30% of newly constructed and remodeled facilities have indoor air quality problems.

Because they breathe faster than adults, children inhale 50% more air per pound of body weight than adults and are especially sensitive to air quality problems.

Over 28 million Americans suffer from hay fever and other allergies.

According to a study by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, indoor air contaminants are responsible for half of all illnesses.

Clean indoor air is a major health issue that is receiving increasing attention from physicians, government agencies and families. For more information about what clean air means for you and your family, visit the following links:

American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology
Staying Ahead of Spring Allergy Season
arrowhttp://www.aaaai.org/patients/topicofthemonth/0305/

American Lung Association
Improving Life One Breath at a Time
arrowhttp://www.lungusa.org

Allergen information
2005 Spring Allergy Capitals
arrowhttp://www.aafa.org/display.cfm?id=9&sub=103&cont=455

Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics
Welcome to Breatherville, USA
arrowhttp://www.aanma.org/breatherville.htm

US Environmental Protection Agency
Basic Information About Indoor Air Quality
arrowhttp://www.epa.gov/iaq/ia-intro.html

10/03/2012

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