Particle Counting

 
 

The APC Range of Handheld Particle Counters

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Small Details Make the Big Safety Picture

Particle counting is a critical component of high risk food production and cleanroom monitoring programs. Particle counter data is needed to quantify potential contaminants in the air and to determine the quality of air in controlled environments, such as those found in sensitive food industries or pharmaceutical production, which have to comply to ISO 14644, GMP and EU Annex 1.

For its APC series of handheld particle counters, Merck offers a wide range of accessories that extend the application range of your instrument. Find out more about Merck’s APC ErgoTouch particle counters and accessories:

APC ErgoTouch

APC ErgoTouch and Accessories

The APC ErgoTouch is our smallest and lightest handheld airborne particle counter. It is easy to operate and has many features.

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APC ErgoTouch Pro 2
APC ErgoTouch Pro 2 and Accessories

The APC ErgoTouch Pro 2 is our easy to operate, compact and lightweight solution for counting airborne particles.

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Accessories for Discontinued APC Instruments
Accessories for Discontinued APC Instruments

We support the continued use of the discontinued APC Instruments by providing a large range of accessories for them.

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Sep 11
11/09/17 - 15/09/17
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