3M monitor badges are simple and effective devices that collect certain gas/vapour airborne contaminants using the principle of diffusion. They assist in the assessment of workplace contaminant measurement, both personal and background.
Collect and monitor ethylene oxide gas and other organic vapours and airborne chemicals in the workplace, with 3M™ Ethylene Oxide Monitor Badge, 3551. Our simple yet effective device assists in the measurement and assessment of workplace contaminants, both personal and background. Simply attach it to your collar – the contaminant defuses through the permeable membrane where it’s collected by the active absorbent. The sample should then be sent separately to a laboratory for analysis. The concentration level in the sampling area is calculated based on the quantity absorbed into the monitor badge in relation to the exposure time.
Monitor offers a simple but highly effective method of testing personal exposure levels to Ethylene Oxide gases
Accuracy of +/-25% at a 95% confidence level for many workplace contaminants
Can be stored for up to 18 months
Analysis not included
Monitors assist in the assessment of workplace contaminant measurement, both personal and background.
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As you will understand due to the recent outbreak of a new Coronavirus, Camlab are experiencing an unusually high demand for the supply of personal protective equipment including masks. Whilst we are actively and diligently trying to fulfil the current demand for disposable respirators and surgical style masks through our wide supply chain, the manufacturers are now restricting the amount supplied to stockists.
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Please refer to the links below for general information on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) where more detailed information can be found.
Wearing a medical mask can help limit the spread of some respiratory disease. However, using a mask alone is not guaranteed to stop infections and should be combined with other prevention measures including hand and respiratory hygiene and avoiding close contact – at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and other people.
WHO advises on rational use of medical masks thus avoiding unnecessary wastage of precious resources and potential mis-use of masks (see Advice on the use of masks). This means using masks only if you have respiratory symptoms (coughing or sneezing), have suspected 2019-nCoV infection with mild symptoms or are caring for someone with suspected 2019-nCoV infection. A suspected 2019-nCoV infection is linked to travel in an area in China where 2019-nCoV has been reported, or close contact with someone who has travelled from China and has respiratory symptoms.