Bi-Air Filter Cassette
The Bi-Air filter cassette was developed to collect long-term (10 minutes to 8-hours) airborne samples of mold spores, viable fungi, and other
contaminants. Most commonly used mold samplers only collect samples for short times (typically less than 10 minutes). These short-term samples are more
variable, have higher limits of detection, and tend to be less representative of average concentrations.
Please contact Dr. Spurgeon to obtain an Excel template for entering
and calculating Bi-Air data (see Contact Us).
The Sampling and Analysis of Airborne Fungal Spores Using the Bi-Air
Sampling Guidelines for the Bi-Air Filter Cassette
A Comparison of the Air-O-Cell Slit Impaction and Bi-Air Filter Cassettes
Differentiating between Clean and Moldy Indoor Environments in Residential Properties
Concentrations of Airborne Asp/Pen Spores in Hospitals as Measured by QPCR and Spore Counts
A Comparison of Replicate Field Samples Collected with the Bi-Air, Air-O-Cell, and Graesby-Andersen N6 Bioaerosol Samplers
A Sampling Protocol for Detecting Low Concentrations of Airborne Fungi in Highly Filtered Hospital Air Using the Bi-Air Filter Cassette
The Bi-Air Filter Cassette: Sampling Airborne Fungal Spores in a Settling Chamber
Wall Cavity Data Collected with the Wall Chek and Bi-Air Cassette
Do The New York City Mold Remediation Guidelines Protect Maintenance Personnel?
Development of Experimental Procedure to Evaluate Potential Movement of Mold Spores from Wall Cavity to Indoor Environment
Experimental Evaluation of Potential Movement of Airborne Mold Spores out of Building Envelope Cavities using Full Size Wall Panels
Evaluation and Control of Airborne Fungal Populations for Worker Protection during the Deactivation of an Abandoned Process Facility (U)