Dave Alburty, InnovaPrep CEO, will be presenting a poster at the upcoming American Association for Aerosol Research conference in Portland, OR.
The poster, entitled “Comparison Retention Efficiency and Collection Efficiency Testing on two Generations of the SpinCon Advanced Air Sampler” contains the results of testing performed on the newly released model of the SpinCon, the SpinCon® II Advanced Air Sampler. The redesigned model provides the same capabilities as before with added improvements including a more powerful blower, removable components for ease of integration, among other design changes.
This comparison testing was designed to mirror the testing performed originally at Midwest Research Institute (now MRIGlobal) during the development of the SpinCon technology as well as testing performed at U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC).
InnovaPrep is pleased to announce a Phase II subcontract award from its partner, ENSCO, Inc., prime contractor for the SenseNet Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate. The goal of the DHS SenseNet Project is to develop and demonstrate a tiered aerosol detection sensor architecture that combines low cost and rapid dedicated environmental monitoring detectors with newly emerging commercial sensors that will be utilized by citizens and facility owners for air quality, pollution tracking, and building efficiency purposes....
A research article entitled, Longitudinal Metagenomic Analysis of Hospital Air Identifies Clinically Relevant Microbes (King, et al.) was recently published on PLOS ONE. The sampling in the study was performed with an ACD-200 Bobcat Air Sampler that was customized for this important study funded by the Department of Homeland Security.