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What is Real-Time Wireless Dust Monitoring?

MIT provides a cost efficient ways by integrating Dust monitoring and created an uninterrupted and continuous monitoring for your construction site needs. MIT's proprietary M.I.R.T system and web based platform which we called it Monitoring In Real Time system provides a solutions to lower manpower cost for monitoring dust levels from construction sites within or to nearby residential buildings also meets with the regulatory requirement for National Environment Agency (NEA), Land Transport Authority (LTA) and most International Standards or Industrial Hygienists & Consultants requirements.

The Wireless Real-Time Construction Dust Monitoring System consists of Particulate Sensors using Laser Scattering Principle to measure PM 2.5 & PM 10 air contaminants  to meets with most standards. Using 3G / 4G high speed cellular modem to transmit "LIVE" dust readings to our cloud server and using dedicated software for remote control & further detailed analysis. 

Lastly, using AC powered to ensure the system operation integrity for uninterrupted and continuous throughout your projects requirement. On-site troubleshooting for the system during breakdown will also be available to minimize and reduce the "break-down time" will be available too. 

What are the Guideline for Air Particulate Matters?  

  •  Particulate Matter (PM2.5) : 37.5µg/m3 (24-hours mean)

  • Particulate Matter (PM10) : 50µg/m3 (24-hours mean)

NEA Annex I: Singapore Ambient Air Quality Targets click here

Why is PM2.5 harmful to human?  

Since PM2.5 is smaller in size than PM10, they are so small and light, fine particles tend to stay longer in the air than heavier particles. ... Fine particles are also known to trigger or worsen chronic disease such as asthma, heart attack, bronchitis and other respiratory problems.

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