About Air Sampling Devices
Our mission is to manufacture or distribute specialty air sampling devices to better meet the demanding needs of the industrial hygiene community. We provide devices that make the task of taking samples and performing the subsequent analysis as easy and as precise as possible.
We have chosen our unique devices after careful examination of the complete air sampling process, taking into account the needs of both the sample taker, and the analytical laboratory personnel, in order to identify the primary obstacles to faster, more efficient processing of samples.
We aim to keep in touch with our customer base through our blogs, videos and technical support library. All discussions in the blog and our advertising material, will point back to supporting technical articles and other published materials that can be found in our support LITERATURE tab section.
About our founder.
Prior to founding Air Sampling Devices in 2011, Eli Smyrloglou, worked for Millipore Corporation, as market manager of Industrial Hygiene products. After leaving Millipore he founded Omega Specialty Instruments in 1982 , Omega Specialty Instrument was sold to SKC Inc. in 2003 .
He has continuously served the industrial hygiene community in various capacities for 37 years.
Presently, he is actively involved in the standards methods development, by being a member of ASTM and select ISO technical committees listed below.
D22.03 Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions,
D22.04 on Air Sampling of Workplace Environment…. (Vice Chair of this committee)
D22.05 Indoor Air Quality,
D22.07 Sampling and Analysis of Asbestos
D22.08 Sampling and Analysis of Mold
Delegate to ISO TC 146/SC 2/WG 4 .. (Organic Vapors)
Eli also operates a sister company Eli Smyrloglou Consulting LLC.
The company is active in assisting European companies in introducing their products and technology into North America. The field of activity is the Industrial Hygiene and Ambient Air Sampling arena.
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Volunteers as a mentor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Venture Mentoring Service (VMS).