Sampling & Analysis

Lead / CAS# 7439-92-1

NOTE: All prices include media and free pump loan, unless otherwise noted.

Lead (air) [1] FEE PER SAMPLE: $33.00 Additional Analyte Fee: $20.00 METHOD: mod. NIOSH 7300/mod. OSHA ID-125G; ICP
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICP/AES COLLECTION MEDIUM:37MCE 0.8 or 25MCE 0.8 ORDER NUMBER:M739MCE/ 225-3100 VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:75-2000 L SAMPLING RATE:1-4 LPM LOQ:0.38 ug
Lead (air) [5] FEE PER SAMPLE: $40.00 Additional Analyte Fee: $28.00 METHOD: mod. NIOSH 7300/mod. OSHA ID-125G; ICP/MS
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICP/MS COLLECTION MEDIUM:37MCE 0.8 or 25MCE 0.8 ORDER NUMBER:M739MCE/ 225-3100 VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:50-2000 L SAMPLING RATE:1-4 LPM LOQ:0.075 ug
Lead (Lead Wipe) [1] FEE PER SAMPLE: $33.00 Additional Analyte Fee: $20.00 METHOD: mod. SW846 3051A/3050B/6010C/NIOSH9102 ICP LDWP
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICP/AES COLLECTION MEDIUM:Lead Wipe ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:1.3 ug
Lead (paint) [6] FEE PER SAMPLE: $40.00 Additional Analyte Fee: $32.00 METHOD: mod. SW846 3050B/ 6010C/ OSHA 125G ICP PAINT
The minimum amount of sample required for analysis is 1 gram, 3 grams are preferred.
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICP/AES COLLECTION MEDIUM:Paint ORDER NUMBER: -- VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:3 g SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:25 mg/kg
Lead (Gauze Wipe) [1] FEE PER SAMPLE: $33.00 Additional Analyte Fee: $20.00 METHOD: mod. NIOSH 9102/SW846 6010C; ICP GAUZE WIPE
Moisten the wipe with de-ionized water prior to use.
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICP/AES COLLECTION MEDIUM:Gauze Wipe ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:1.3 ug
Lead (air, Hi-Vol) FEE PER SAMPLE: $33.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: In-house: MT-SOP-9,IM-PIZZA; ICP
The fee for each piece of media is US$5 in addition to the analysis fee. The referenced method is based on EPA 40 CFR Part 50 Appendix G
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICP/AES COLLECTION MEDIUM:8X10 GFF ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:2400000 L SAMPLING RATE:24 hrs. LOQ:30 ug

Lead
Sampling & Analysis

Lead comes in the form a heavy, gray, soft, ductile metal.  It had been added to paints and automobile gasoline, as well as used in water/plumbing pipes, but as those uses have been outlawed across Europe, North and South American and much of Asia, it is used primarily in lead-acid batteries.

The substance enters the body through inhalation, ingestion, or skin/eye contact.  It is a highly toxic substance.  It causes weakness/exhaustion, insomnia, facial pallor, anorexia, malnutrition, constipation, abdominal pain, anemia, tremor, kidney disease, hypertension, tremor, paralysis of the outer extremities, and permanent brain damage.

 

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