Particles Plus News & Education

March 17, 2014

Nashville – Particles Plus announces the release of a new line of advanced-technology handheld and remote particle counters at today’s Indoor Environment & Energy Exposition.  With 9 key patents filed and others currently in process, Particles Plus enters the contamination and controlled environments marketplace as a premiere supplier of feature-rich particle counters and vacuum pump technology.  In addition, the company is establishing itself as an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and private label supplier for other instrumentation manufacturers seeking to leverage Particles Plus’ advanced materials science, engineering, and revolutionary design-for-manufacturing models to gain a strong edge over their competitors.

Particles Plus is the most vertically integrated particle counter manufacturing company in the industry and engineers and manufactures its own display, battery, vacuum pump, sensor and counting technology from the ground up.  By adding intelligence to each of its modules, the resulting products offer superior performance and extended features while driving down costs.

“Particle counters are used to monitor the manufacturing environments of products we use every day, such as pharmaceuticals, flat panel displays, data storage devices and even the packaging for the food we eat,” says the company’s president Adam Giandomenico.

“Corporations are increasingly dependent on particle monitoring for improved quality and higher production yields. Particles Plus will be aggressively focused on the Semiconductor, Life Sciences, Aerospace, and Data Storage industries, as well as the Indoor Air Quality market segment.  Sensors that are measuring and monitoring the quality of life have become mainstream in society.  Particles Plus aims to continually develop state-of-the-art products.  Stay tuned for major announcements coming in the near future that will revolutionize indoor air quality monitoring,” says Giandomenico.

Particles Plus is headquartered in Massachusetts and has engineering in Los Altos and Fremont, California.