Particulate matter detection


The AeroCount PM detector provides insight into the particulate matter concentration inside and outside, so that unhealthy exposure can be prevented.


AeroCount specializes in making air pollution visible. This way, we offer companies and consumers the opportunity to take effective action against indoor air pollution, thereby facilitating a healthy living and working environment.


AeroCount cooperates with health & safety and environmental services and installers to optimize our product. The technique has been tested and validated within the Radboud University. Our product design and user accessibility has been optimized in cooperation with HAN students.


Particles smaller than 0.1 micrometer are called Ultrafine particles (UFPs). In addition to (normal) particulate matter, they are major contributors to air pollution. Moreover, they are very difficult to measure. In collaboration with Radboud University, we are exploring the possibility of expanding our products to be able to detect UFPs.  This way, we soon hope to offer even more insight into the quality of the air you breathe.

Particulate matter

Particulate matter is the collective name for the airborne particles smaller than 10 micrometers that are harmful to our health. There is a lot of particulate matter, especially along busy roads and  close to industrial activity. But there are also many indoor sources of particulate matter, for example: cooking, ironing, printing and candles. Since we spend about 80% of our time indoors, it is important that we extend the focus on air quality to both outdoors and indoors.

In order to act better on detrimental air quality levels, AeroCount has developed a particulate matter detection system to gain insight into both indoor and outdoor air quality.

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