NOTE: All prices include media and free pump loan, unless otherwise noted.
Benzene FEE PER SAMPLE: $52.00Additional Analyte Fee: $28.00METHOD:mod. NIOSH 1501; GC/FID A minimum air volume of 12L is required to meet 1/10 the OSHA PEL.ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:GC/FIDCOLLECTION MEDIUM:CharcoalORDER NUMBER:226-01/ 226-09VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:5-30 LSAMPLING RATE:0.01-0.20 LPMLOQ:2 ug
Benzene FEE PER SAMPLE: $52.00Additional Analyte Fee: $28.00METHOD:mod. NIOSH 1501; GC/FID BADGE The fee for each 3M 3500 badge is US$14 (3M 3520 is US$18) in addition to the analysis fee.ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:GC/FIDCOLLECTION MEDIUM:PMORDER NUMBER:3M 3500/ 3M 3520VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:8 hrs.SAMPLING RATE: --LOQ:2 ug
Benzene FEE PER SAMPLE: $52.00Additional Analyte Fee: $28.00METHOD:mod. NIOSH 1501; GC/FID BADGE For best sampling results, include the charcoal scavenger packet with your returned sampling media. Manufacturer recommends returning samples to the laboratory within 14 days of the sampling event. For the N566 model, a minimum sampling time of 75min is required to meet the OSHA PEL & 150min is required to meet the TLV. For the N521 model (both covers removed) a minimum sampling time of 20min is required to meet the TLV. N521 model with both covers removed is recommended for STEL sampling (N566 will not meet TLV-STEL or REL-STEL).ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:GC/FIDCOLLECTION MEDIUM:PMORDER NUMBER:N566/ N521VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:15 min.- 12 hrs.SAMPLING RATE: --LOQ:2 ug
Fenceline Monitoring - BenzeneFEE PER SAMPLE: $125.00Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD:mod. EPA 325B; GCMS There is an US$86 replacement fee for this media. Any tubes returned, unused, will be subject to a US$20 per tube cleaning fee.ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:GC/MSCOLLECTION MEDIUM:Thermal Desortion Tube (Passive)ORDER NUMBER:C1-AAXX-5020VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:14 daysSAMPLING RATE: --LOQ:1.0 ng
Benzene Sampling & Analysis
Benzenecomes in the form of a colorless-to-light-yellow liquid with an aromatic odor. It is a by-product of the oil refining industry and is used as a solvent, as a chemical intermediate, and is used in the synthesis of many other chemicals.
The substance enters the body through inhalation, ingestion, skin absorption, or skin/eye contact. It irritates the eyes, nose, skin, and respiratory system; it can also cause dizziness, headache, nausea, weakness, staggered gait, and anorexia. Benzene can also cause dermatitis and bone marrow depression.