Air sampling techniques for environmental contaminants

by | Dec 3, 2020

In this webinar discover various air sampling techniques, both active and passive, and learn about some innovative time-saving air sampling devices.

This webinar discusses various air sampling techniques, both active and passive, and introduces some innovative time-saving air sampling devices.

Regulatory agencies provide guidance on the methodology for taking air samples to determine contaminant concentrations in the air. There are a variety of air sampling techniques and media types documented in these methods giving the environmental health and safety professionals, industrial hygienists and laboratory managers options. Passive and active sampling techniques are most commonly employed for sampling for VOCs and carbonyls in air; and isocyanate sampling are discussed with focus on innovative air sampling devices saving time and delivering trusted and reliable results.

By attending this webinar you will...

  • Gain knowledge of air sampling devices commonly used for analytical air sampling both active and passive techniques.
  • Features and benefits of radial passive sampling devices compared to badge type air samplers for sampling:
    - Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
    - Carbonyls (such as formaldehyde)
  • An easier way to reliably sample isocyanates – monomers and oligomers. A practical application will be discussed.

The Presenter

Kristen_Shultz_80Kristen Schultz
(Global Product Manager, Air Monitoring, MilliporeSigma, Bellefonte, PA, USA)
Kristen Schultz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry (1993) from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Business Administration in Marketing (2004) from the New York Institute of Technology. She is the Global Franchise Product Manager for the Air Monitoring Portfolio.
Prior to marketing for Merck, her career path included a diverse range of professional experiences with roles in quality assurance and control management; equipment and process validation and manufacturing management in the food/beverage, life sciences and medical device industries.

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