Bioaerosols consist of airborne particles that may contain or come from living organisms.
The composition and concentration of bioaerosols in the air are critical parameters to consider for the welfare of animals and humans. From healthcare facilities to the food industry, among many other work spaces, the monitoring of bioaerosols and the efficiency of their decontamination is key for the maintenance of a safe environment.
The decontamination techniques can vary depending on the type of bioaerosol – electrochemically activated solutions (ECAS), ozone treatments, air purifiers and other. However, air sampling has been proven to be one of the most efficient methods for bioaerosols monitoring. It is fast, quantifiable, flexible, and guarantees reliable results.
Our range of Coriolis air samplers has been proven to be a useful tool for air monitoring and assessing the efficiency of decontamination protocols.
In this white paper, discover a selection of examples and protocols using Coriolis air samplers for the detection of bioaerosols in different environments, before and after decontamination.