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Our instruments are installed in more than 70 countries on all continents. Our instruments are deep underground to monitor diesel exhaust in mines; and at the Base Camp of Mt. Everest to measure the regional pollution of remote locations. Our instruments are used at research stations from the Amazon Jungle to the Sahara Desert; from Spitzbergen to the South Pole. Our instruments are installed in agency stations from San Francisco to Shanghai; from Dublin to Delhi; and everywhere in between. They are used for fundamental research, air quality monitoring, environmental engineering, and other applications. Choose your field of interest to see the instruments, services and information that suit your needs.
Our instruments are used by scientific institutions, environmental monitoring agencies, industrial controllers, and many other applications for the measurement of carbonaceous aerosols. We have an unmatched reputation for the quality, reliability and ease-of-use of our products.
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Dr. Irena Ježek of the Aerosol R&D team just published a scientific paper in the prestigious journal Atmospheric Environment titled: “The traffic emission-dispersion model for a Central-European city agrees with measured black carbon apportioned to traffic”. This...read more
Aerosol taking part in ground breaking measurements 7 km above Mt. Everest The Tibetan Plateau of China is a critical element of the planetary environment. Its influence on global climate had led to its description as the “Third Pole”. The snow and ice cover of this...read more
In 2015 Aethalometers AE33 were installed for Wadia institute of Himalayan Glaciarology in Dehradoon, India. Two sites - Bhojwasa (3,800 mts MSL) and Chirbasa (3600 mts MSL) near Gangotri are run by Dr. P.S. Negi. Dokriani site (3900 mts MSL) in Bhagirathi basin is...read more
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Magee Scientific instruments are installed all over the world at universities, scientific institutes, environmental monitoring agencies, industrial and commercial locations. More than 7,000 published reports and scientific papers reference our equipment.