Teledyne API to Exhibit at U.S. EPA’s 2018 National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference
Teledyne API, a world leader in air quality monitoring instrumentation, will exhibit at the U.S. EPA's 2018 National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference (NAAMC) from August 13-16 in Portland, Oregon (Booth #411).
Teledyne API will present during the Ambient Monitoring & Methods Advanced Training at 10 a.m. on Monday, August 13. This training will focus on best practices and advanced topics for 'True NO2' gas monitoring and calibration, including low-level Gas Phase Titration (GPT), through hands-on demonstration. This session will be led by Teledyne API's Kirk Lovewell, Vice President of Engineering, and will carry-over to our exclusive product training and social event on Monday evening at 5 p.m. in the Mt. Hood Room located on the 2nd floor of the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront.
We will also showcase several of our instruments throughout the show, including the:
- T200UP Trace-Level Photolytic NO/NO2/NOX Analyzer
- T640 PM Mass Monitor
- T750U Portable Trace-Level Gas Calibrator
- T753U Portable Trace-Level Ozone Calibrator
- 751H Portable Zero Air Generator
- 430 Compact Ozone Analyzer
Visit us at Booth #411 to learn more!
About the National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference
The conference is intended to provide a national and international forum for EPA, State, local, tribal, international and other agencies who are involved in implementing criteria pollutant and air toxics monitoring programs. This conference will provide a forum for discussing the implementation of ambient air monitoring changes to the monitoring networks as a result of revisions to the NAAQS and ambient air monitoring regulations and a forum for data users to discuss and share information learned as a result of the data analysis and how this data is managed in our Air Quality Data System.