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TSI designs and manufactures a variety of instruments to support you in investigating, identifying and solving measurement problems in cleanroom environment.
TSI imagines and develops specialised airborne particle counters and facility monitoring systems for classifying and monitoring cleanrooms in a variety of applications. Core industries include pharmaceutical, industrial manufacturing, semiconductor and electronics.
With best in class features, such as OPC UA Client/Server, distributed databases, and hot standby, TSI FMS monitoring software offers unparalleled flexibility and reliability to communicate and exchange data with different IT systems and software applications. TSI FMS software seamlessly integrates a range of instruments, including TSI AeroTrak® Remote Particle Counters, environmental sensors and TSI AeroTrak® Portable Particle Counters.
TSI AeroTrak® Portable Particle Counters operate as standalone instruments or integrated with TSI's facility monitoring system for efficient periodic monitoring.
All TSI AeroTrak® Portable Particle Counters are designed to simplify and speed up the cleanroom classification process. With EU GMP Annex 1 and ISO 14644-1 reporting built in, TSI particle counting instruments are simple to setup and easy to use.
TSI provides specialised particle counters for classifying and monitoring cleanrooms. Our UK-based service department ensures that our customers' instruments are calibrated and maintained by the manufacturer in market-leading turnaround time.
TSI’s 5000 Series flow meters are ideal for testing & calibrating Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) devices like CPAPs, BPAPs, & APAPs. One flow meter can combine readings from a digital flow meter, manometer, thermometer, and hygrometer. Read the blogpost: https://t.co/u6vxWsB73i pic.twitter.com/LPz4Yf0KVU— TSI Incorporated (@TSIIncorporated) July 3, 2020
Heat stress can pose a danger to workers in all seasons. Learn how to simplify your heat stress management program and protect your teams: https://t.co/MofxSgt8q8 #heatstress pic.twitter.com/mkFnxPgXjb— TSI Incorporated (@TSIIncorporated) July 3, 2020