John is a PhD who joined Aeroqual eight years ago and has been there since the birth of the AQM 60 compact air monitoring station. He blends deep technical knowledge with real world application of sensor based air monitoring. And he enjoys sharing this knowledge with partners and customers wherever they are in the world.

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DIY Air Quality Sensor
DIY air quality sensor (part I): sensor selection

Lots of people contact us wanting to buy sensors so they can make their own DIY air quality sensor device. Typically they are researchers who have limited funding and need a cheap way to get equipment together for a study. Sometimes they’re just people who like making things and an air quality sensor is their […]

07 Oct 2016
Environmental dust
Choose the right environmental dust monitor: a guide to certification types and classes

Choosing the right environmental dust monitor can be hard. There are different types of dust sampling methods – high volume, low volume, optical, beta attenuation – and there are different levels of certification too. We always get asked – how does this equipment compare to that equipment? What does equivalent mean and how does that […]

17 May 2016
Construction PM
Dust Sentry or Dust Profiler – which dust monitor is right for you?

Aeroqual makes two different types of instrument for measuring airborne dust and particulate – the Dust Sentry and Dust Profiler. Both use an optical laser but the measurement technology and technique are slightly different – which has important implications for how the instruments should be applied. Which dust monitor should you choose?

21 Aug 2015
Carl Beck
Aeroqual VP wins 2014 Prime Minister’s Business Scholarship

Congratulations to Aeroqual’s VP of Sales, Marketing and Customer Support, Carl Beck, who has been awarded an international business scholarship by the Prime Minister of New Zealand.

15 Aug 2014