diesel range hydrocarbon calibration kit Articles

  • Case study - Canada crude oil sites

    The Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment requires laboratories to use the CCME’s Petroleum Hydrocarbon (PHC) Method, where GC-FID instrumentation is used to report VPH and EPH hydrocarbon fractions. Sitelab’s popular Extended Diesel Range Organics (EDRO) test typically detects hydrocarbons in the C10 to C36 carbon range, but the UVF will pick up heavier compounds up to ...

    By Sitelab Corporation

  • Case study - EDRO in soil at wharf remediation site

    Sitelab Calibration Kit CAL-042 is used for EDRO analysis. The UVF-3100 detects hydrocarbons in the C10-C36 range. A Licensed Site Professional (LSP) used Sitelab to investigate a commercial waterfront property, contaminated with a plume of LNAPL resulting from fuel tanks which once stored heating oil, diesel and gasoline dating back to the 1950s. The site is in Massachusetts, where laboratories ...

    By Sitelab Corporation

  • Case study - NAPL forensics analysis at refinery site in Kansas

    An environmental consultant at Subsurface Environmental Solutions, LLC used Sitelab to fingerprint a large plume of Non Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPL) located at a former oil refinery in Kansas. The plume is commingled with gasoline, diesel, crude oil and other petroleum products. Sitelab’s portable UVF-3100D analyzer is fitted with optical filters which can measure the C6 to C10 gasoline ...

    By Sitelab Corporation

  • Case study - GRO in soil at gasoline UST site

    These case studies show the performance using Sitelab’s UVF-3100 analyzer testing gasoline range organic hydrocarbons.  This includes benzene, xylene, BTEX and other volatile petroleum compounds in the GRO or VPH C6 to C10 hydrocarbon range. When calibrated using Sitelab's GRO calibration kit (CAL-025), the UVF analyzer produces test results that correlate well to laboratory ...

    By Sitelab Corporation

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