CleanAir Engineering's organic laboratory specializes in the analysis of samples collected from source and ambient test programs. CleanAir requires that all analysis be pre-approved before sending samples to verify that the analysis objectives can be achieved. The tedlar bag analysis includes an oxygen or carbon dioxide analysis in order to check for any leakage.
CleanAir utilizes gas chromatographs manufactured by Hewlett Packard, Perkin Elmer and MTI coupled with flame ionization, flame photometric and thermal conductivity detectors. Samples most often are obtained according to various federal or state approved methods such as the following.
Utilized to measure the emissions of reduced sulfur compounds from tail gas control units of sulfur recovery plants, hydrogen sulfide in fuel gases and where specified in other applicable subparts.
This method determines total reduced sulfur compounds from recovery furnaces, lime kilns and smelt dissolving tanks at kraft pulp mills and fuel gas combustion devices at petroleum refineries.
Speciated gaseous organics emitted from industrial sources are determined by this method.
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