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.
Plair’s instruments provide continuous online measurements 24 hours per day, all-year round. They require no human intervention and low maintenance.
Plair’s detectors can be used as single instruments or form their proper network.
The Rapid series are all-in-one detectors designed to provide continuous and real-time detection, counting and classification of airborne particles.
The Plair Rapid series operate autonomously and can report the presence of airborne particles, such as pollen, fungi, bacteria, viruses and others species automatically and within minutes.
The Plair team is pleased to share the news of its latest installation in Montreal, Canada. The Rapid-E instrument was installed at the University of Montreal for automatic and real-time pollen monitoring, in June 2019.
Rapid-E is participating in the RealForAll project in Serbia and Croatia, aiming to provide valuable real-time information for those living with seasonal allergies.
Discover more about Rapid-E's capability to identify and count different grass pollen species simultaneously and in real time.
Plair SA the creator, manufacturer, and provider of instruments for real-time aerosol detection, brings its expertise of bioaerosol monitoring to indoor air contamination field, with its new instrument Rapid-C for real-time viable particles detection.
Plair brings its expertise of bioaerosol monitoring at ContaminExpert in Paris, scientific and technical congress, where it will showcase its latest innovation.
Discover our article about automatic pollen and air pollution monitoring with Rapid-E in the latest issue of Meteorological Technology International Magazine.
On February 28, 2017, the first Rapid-E was installed in Brussieu (Rhône, France) near the coordination center of the RNSA, the French national aerobiology network.
Aerosol monitoring with Rapid-E in harsh conditions is possible! The Max Planck Institute for Chemistry shared its experience of using Rapid-E during the Air Quality and Climate Change in the Arabian Basin (AQABA) scientific expedition.
A new offering is available based on Rapid-E, our real-time airborne particle identifier, and a new online automatic sampling feature is now integrated into the instrument.