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Microparticles may occur as unwanted visitors, but they can also be important components of many different types of products. For example, a manufacturer may produce a powdered product that must adhere to a specific particle size distribution range. At MVA Scientific Consultants, we have the capability to go beyond routine light scattering methods...

What do you do when you encounter unknown dust or debris at your home or workplace?
Unknown dust and debris often make their way into homes and workplaces. These particles may be harmless, a nuisance or of greater concern: allergens, irritants and outright threats to health. Traditional industrial hygiene test methods like extraction/digestion...

Stack emissions must pass a series of compliance tests. Out-of-compliance particulate test samples must be investigated to identify what the particulate is. Stack testing companies primarily use particulate identification analysis for engineering, out-of-compliance investigations and sometimes regulation purposes. Below is an electron microscopy...

MVA Scientific Consultants

 •  February 20

Dust is ubiquitous in our environment but generally falls into one of three categories: household dust, workplace dust and industrial dust. Each type of dust is made up of different constituents from its surrounding environment and these dust and debris particles from industrial sites, a workplace or even homes can be potentially hazardous. Dust...