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Will the equipment match the regulatory method?

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company  (Aug. 1, 2012)

Anyone involved in field analysis of oil in water will con tinually get the question "Does your equipment match the regulatory method?" Zj While the amount of oil in water is highly regulated, it can also be a challenging measurement. It is complicated by the fact that oil comes in many forms and the measurement is defined by the particular ...

Will your oil in water analysis method match the regulatory method?

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company  (Jun. 20, 2012)

Anyone involved in field analysis of oil in water will continually get the question “Does your equipment match the regulatory method?” While the amount of oil in water is highly regulated -- it can also be a challenging measurement. It is complicated by the fact that oil comes in many forms and the measurement is defined by the ...

Comparing Oil in Water Analysis Methods

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company  (Jun. 19, 2012)

Wilks Enterprise has published a new White Paper that discusses various oil in water methods and their correlation with regulatory methods. While the amount of oil in water is highly regulated -- it can also be a challenging measurement.  It is complicated by the fact that oil comes in many forms and the measurement is defined by the ...

Matching oil in water analyses with regulatory methods

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company  (Mar. 1, 2013)

While the amount of oil in water is highly regulated, it can also be a challenging measurement. It is complicated by the fact that oil conies in many forms and the measurement is defined by the particular regulatory method. When EPA 1664 is the regulatory method, the "oil" is anything that is extracted into hexane and remains after the hcxanc has ...

Factors Affecting Oil in Water Testing Methods

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company  (Feb. 4, 2013)

Various factors need to be considered when comparing methods to measure oil and grease in water.  Whether you are trying to meet effluent limits for an NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permit, comply with oil and grease limits for the Clean Water Act (CWA), or an industry satisfying a POTW’s (Publically Owned ...

Maintaining regulatory method compliance while automating oil and grease analysis

by Horizon Technology, Inc.  (Nov. 10, 2013)

Regulatory compliance is at the heart of environmental analyses throughout the world. While some regulatory systems provide more flexibility in the methodology used for measuring contaminants, the goal is to gain reliable information that can be used for decision-making. Oil and grease measurement is a simple and important measurement of water ...

Understanding Oil-in-Water Instrument Specifications

by Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments, Inc.  (Jan. 18, 2011)

The measurement capabilities of oil-in-water analysis methods are described by several analytical figures-of-merit. Examples are: Range (Linear and Dynamic) Limit of Detection (LOD) Limit of Quantification (LOQ) Precision (Repeatability and Reproducibility) Sensitivity Accuracy Response Time Some or all of these are often specified by customers in ...

Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons in soil with crude or waste oil case study

by Sitelab Corporation  (May 1, 2014)

The following case studies illustrate the performance generated from customers who have used Sitelab’s UVF-3100 analyzer for testing Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH). This analysis is most commonly used when soil, sediments or water is contaminated by waste oils, lubricating oils or crude oils. Sitelab’s TPH-Oil calibration kit is ...

Performance Studies Testing GRO, DRO and TPH in Water Case Study

by Sitelab Corporation  (May 1, 2014)

Oil in Water Performance Studies Sitelab's UVF-3100 analyzer was evaluated by testing 'whole volume' NELAC certified water samples provided by Environmental Resource Associates (Arvada, CO).  ERA is a leading manufacturer of quality control and proficiency testing standards sold to environmental laboratories around the world.  The ...

Case study: Contract title - ADCO Drilling Operations

by RLC Technologies, Inc.  (Jan. 23, 2013)

Contract Location: Habshan, U.A.E. Contract Start Date: 10/2002 Contract Finish Date: 2005 Quantity Treated (m3): 30,000 tons Treatment Method: Thermal Desorption Rate of Treatment (m3/hr): 3.5 to 4.5 tons per hour (dependent upon feed) Working Hours per Day: 24 Working Days per Week: 5.5 Project Description: RLC Technologies contracted to ...

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