How is dust measured
the part of the total amount of airborne particles which can be inhaled
through mouth and nose. The particle size is between 50-100m.
the part of the inhalable particles that passes through the throat.
The particle size is <10m.
Dust is measured, for example by the mouth of the operator, meaning inhaled
air, or present in the room generally. Measurement of personal exposure
to wood dust, for example, is performed with a pump and a plastic tube