A guide produced by the British Occupational Health Society on selecting and using spectrometry, ionization, chromatography, and other instruments. Click on the link below and search on "Direct Reading Devices" then select TG15 DRD 2nd Edition.
Direct Reading Devices (DRDs) are used mainly to check the air for toxins, which can be in gases, vapors, aerosols, or fumes. The British Occupational Health Society has produced a guide to selecting and using spectrometry, ionization, chromatography, and other instruments. This information should help safety directors and industrial hygienists.