OzoneFEE PER SAMPLE: $72.00COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: METHOD:mod. OSHA ID-214; IC Badges sampled for less than 270 minutes will be subcontracted.ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICCOLLECTION MEDIUM:PMORDER NUMBER:N586VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:8 hrs.SAMPLING RATE: --LOQ:0.8 ug
OzoneFEE PER SAMPLE: $72.00COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: METHOD:mod. OSHA ID-214; IC Filters must be received at the laboratory by the date specified on the media. Interferences: particulate nitrate compounds and SO2ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:ICCOLLECTION MEDIUM:Treated GFFORDER NUMBER:Not SpecifiedVOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:90-120 LSAMPLING RATE:0.25-0.5 LPMLOQ:4 ug
Ozone Sampling & Analysis
Ozone is a colorless-to-bluish gas that condenses to a dark blue liquid or to blue-black crystals. Ozone has a characteristic odor in concentrations less than 2 ppm. It is used as a disinfectant for air and water; for bleaching waxes, textiles and oils; for ozonolysis of unsaturated fatty acids to pelargonic and other acids; in the manufacture of ink; as a catalyst; in water treatment for taste and odor control; for mold and bacteria inhibitor in cold storage; and as a bleaching agent.
Ozoneis highly toxic via inhalation or by contact of liquid to skin, eyes, or mucous membranes. It is capable of causing acute to chronic lung damage, burns, and death or permanent injury.Ozonecan be toxic at a concentration of 100 ppm for 1 minute. It is capable of causing death from pulmonary edema. Ozone increases sensitivity of the lungs to broncho-constrictors and allergens, and it increases susceptibility to and severity of lung bacterial and viral infections.