Sampling & Analysis

Soluble Chromium / CAS# 18540-29-9

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

Soluble Chromium (VI) as Cr FEE PER SAMPLE: $59.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. NIOSH 7600; Colorimetric
There is a 14-day hold time for this analysis. Submit samples to the laboratory immediately after collection. Interferences: iron, copper, nickel, and vanadium
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:Color. COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:40-400 L SAMPLING RATE:1-4 LPM LOQ:0.10 ug
Hexavalent Chromium FEE PER SAMPLE: $73.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA ID-215 (version 2); IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Operation specific hold times apply. Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:PVC 5.0 ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified/ Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:60-960 L SAMPLING RATE:2 LPM LOQ:0.030 ug
Hexavalent Chromium (wipe) FEE PER SAMPLE: $73.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA W4001; IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 (wipe) ORDER NUMBER: -- VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:0.030 ug
Hexavalent Chromium (plating) FEE PER SAMPLE: $73.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA ID-215 (version 2); IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Operation specific hold times apply. Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 or 25PVC 5.0 ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified/ Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:60-960 L SAMPLING RATE:2 LPM LOQ:0.030 ug
Hexavalent Chromium (welding) FEE PER SAMPLE: $73.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA ID-215 (version 2); IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Operation specific hold times apply. Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 or 25PVC 5.0 ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified/ Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:60-960 L SAMPLING RATE:2 LPM LOQ:0.030 ug
Hexavalent Chromium (welding-wipe) FEE PER SAMPLE: $73.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA W4001; IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 (wipe) ORDER NUMBER: -- VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:0.030 ug
Hexavalent Chromium (plating-wipe) FEE PER SAMPLE: $73.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA W4001; IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 (wipe) ORDER NUMBER: -- VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:0.030 ug
Hexavalent Chromium (spray) FEE PER SAMPLE: $88.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA ID-215 (version 2); IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Operation specific hold times apply. Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 or 25PVC 5.0 ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified/ Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:60-960 L SAMPLING RATE:2 LPM LOQ:0.075 ug
Hexavalent Chromium (spray-wipe) FEE PER SAMPLE: $88.00 Additional Analyte Fee: METHOD: mod. OSHA W4001; IC/UV
Samples must be shipped overnight to the laboratory within 24 hours of collection. Please specify, on the COC, the type of operation each sample was collected from (i.e. chrome plating, welding, spray or other painting, etc.). Interferences: Cr(III), Fe(II), and acids used in plating
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC/UV COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PVC 5.0 (wipe) ORDER NUMBER: -- VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:0.075 ug

Soluble Chromium
Sampling & Analysis

Chromium, soluble hexavalent comes in the form of a variety of chemical properties, uses, and workplace exposures. Their properties include corrosion-resistance, durability, and hardness. Workers may be exposed to airborne particles when these compounds are manufactured from other forms of chromium (eg, the production of chromates from chromite ore); when products containing Chromium are used to manufacture other products (eg, chromate-containing paints, electroplating); or when products containing other forms of chromium are used in processes that result in the formation of Cr(VI) as a by-product (eg, welding). 

The substance, as a by-product of manufacturing, can be found in air, soil and water.  The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has determined that chromium(VI) compounds are carcinogenic to humans. These health effects include irritation of the lining of the nose, runny nose, and breathing problems (asthma, cough, shortness of breath, wheezing). Workers have also developed allergies to chromium compounds, which can cause breathing difficulties and skin rashes.

 

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