Air Microbial Monitoring

in Real Time

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Instruments for real-time microbial monitoring

At Plair SA, we are committed to protecting industries from airborne threats invisible to the naked eye, through the latest technology on the market. Initially specialized in real-time airborne particle detection and identification in outdoor environments, measuring allergens, pathogens, and pollutants, etc., we are now innovating in rapid microbial detection. Microbial contaminants like bacteria or fungi constitute a threat to many industries. Our solutions allow improved quality control and risk management.

Controlling biocontamination

Whether it’s bioaerosol, allergen, or microbial detection, our instruments provide real-time, continuous, and autonomous measurements. We focus on accuracy, precision, and reliability, striving for constant improvement.

Real-Time Monitoring

Autonomous Counting

Rapid Microbial Identification

Process Optimization

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Biocontamination detection in sterile manufacturing

Public health and industry are facing unprecedented challenges today. That’s why promoting and improving hygiene and managing the air quality of the environment in every sector are essential. To do so, rapidly detecting contaminants in the air is vital and can be done efficiently and automatically, increasing the performance and sustainability of organizations. Discover our solution for enhanced health, security, and air quality risk management.

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Bioaerosol detection for research

Atmospheric aerosol particles have an enormous impact on public health by aggravating human diseases, whether they stem from pollen, fungal spores, bacteria, or viruses. Properly identifying these particles is therefore crucial. Plair’s solutions can best address your needs. Our instruments accurately and comprehensively analyze single aerosol particles in the air, offering highly sensitive detection and continuous monitoring, 24 hours a day, all-year round.

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Rapid-E for enhanced aerosol research

Atmospheric aerosol particles have an enormous impact on public health which enhance human diseases, whether they come from pollen, fungal spores, bacteria or viruses. It is therefore crucial to properly identify these threats.

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