You should NEVER face your bioaerosol sampler inlet toward the flow of air if measuring concentration – you overestimate concentration unless you put the inlet perpendicular to the air flow. Face it to the flow for presence/absence but not for concentration measurement. How does the speaker/ mould inspector respond to this statement?

Questions & AnswersCategory: Sampling TechniquesYou should NEVER face your bioaerosol sampler inlet toward the flow of air if measuring concentration – you overestimate concentration unless you put the inlet perpendicular to the air flow. Face it to the flow for presence/absence but not for concentration measurement. How does the speaker/ mould inspector respond to this statement?
Cimona Fernandes Staff asked 3 years ago
From David Smith_Mould Sampling Methodology

You should NEVER face your bioaerosol sampler inlet toward the flow of air if measuring concentration – you overestimate concentration unless you put the inlet perpendicular to the air flow. Face it to the flow for presence/absence but not for concentration measurement. How does the speaker/ mould inspector respond to this statement?

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Cimona Fernandes Staff answered 3 years ago
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