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BGI Collison Nebulizers

BGI Collison Nebulizers

The Collison Nebulizer has long been the recognized technique for the efficient aerosolization of various liquids.1,2. Over the years various configurations have been developed to meet specific requirements. BGI manufactures all of the currently used types and has performed extensive tests to determine the performance characteristics.

Applications

  • Aerobiology
  • Aerosol Research
  • Biohazard Enclosure Testing
  • Filter Evaluation

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NSF Collison

NSF Collison Nebulizer

The Collison Nebulizer was first described in the scientific literature by Collison in 1935, according to May. Over the intervening years, it has become the recognized technique for atomizing liquids and suspensions. The original version had 3 jets and BGI is responsible for the standardization and publication of the 6-jet version. The National Sanitation Foundation adopted a special version of the Collison as a Standard for challenging biohazard enclosures.

Applications

  • Aerobiology
  • Aerosol Research
  • Biohazard Enclosure Testing
  • Filter Evaluation

 

 

Wright Dust Feeder

Wright Dust Feeder II

Applications

  • Basic Aerosol Research
  • Filtration Studies
  • Inhalation Research-Lung Physiology, Toxicology Therapy
  • Pharmaceutical Aerosols
  • Occupational Hygiene-Atmospheric Pollution
  • Nuclear Science
  • Calibration of Aerosol Samplers and Instruments
  • Crop Research, Deposition Studies
  • Meteorology

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STAG 2000

STAG 2000 Monodisperse Aerosol Generator

The BGI STAG 2000 is a new design, air driven, monodisperse aerosol generator which continues the decades- long development work of our predecessors. It is also the first time an enclosure is commercially available. A detailed, illustrated, instruction manual has been prepared by a scientist and engineer completely familiar with the construction and operation of the instrument. A spreadsheet calculator has been constructed that permits all the requisite calculations to be performed governing the successful production of a monodisperse aerosol.

Applications

  • Basic Aerosol Research
  • Calibration of size selective devices
  • Dispersal of biological test aerosols
  • Pharmaceutical Aerosol test dispersals
  • Inhalation Research

 


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