Mobile Laboratories Articles

  • How LIMS Are Enabling the Mobile Lab of the Future

    Imagine that you’re a field technician for a public water provider. Your company is committed to supplying clean, safe drinking water to millions of people, so it has implemented a sophisticated water sampling program to ensure water is free of contaminants. LIMS and The Mobile Lab: Data at your fingertips Across this water company’s territory, ...

  • What Features Do You Need In Your Mobile Or Modular Laboratory?

    Today’s need for laboratories crosses many industries in a variety of ways.  This is driven by numerous factors, but most notably by regulatory compliance requirements and the need to increase the efficiency of operations.  Whether the need is for a mining operation’s compliance covering storm water quality or an oil/gas company running geochemical operations on well fluids ...


    By GF Environmental Labs

  • Keeping Pace with PTP and CCRL

    Two, three or four times a year, laboratories around the world check their performance with testing programs from ASTM International’s Proficiency Testing Program and the Cement and Concrete Reference Laboratory. Using samples sent for a particular program cycle, labs run specific methods and submit their results to PTP and CCRL for analysis. Each lab then receives reports that serve as a ...


    By ASTM International

  • Research Institute uses GE InnovOx TOC analyzer to evaluate hydraulic fracturing and oil exploration produced water

    Background The Global Petroleum Research Institute (GPRI) at Texas A&M University-College Station regularly conducts laboratory research studies on various oil and gas produced wastewaters with varying sample matrices. The GPRI tests samples at different shale and oil producing formations using a mobile laboratory, which houses a pilot-scale treatment system for identifying the ...


    By GE Analytical Instruments

  • Hammer mill possesses qualities of simple structure

    Although southwestern Wisconsin is best known today for its rich farmlands, place names such as Mineral Point and New Diggings evoke an earlier time when local mines produced much of the nation’s lead. In the early nineteenth century, Wisconsin lead mining was more promising and attractive to ...

  • Influence of sea-land breezes on the tempospatial distribution of atmospheric aerosols over coastal region

    The influence of sea-land breezes (SLBs) on the spatial distribution and temporal variation of particulate matter (PM) in the atmosphere was investigated over coastal Taiwan. PM was simultaneously sampled at inland and offshore locations during three intensive sampling periods. The intensive PM sampling protocol was continuously conducted over a 48-hr period. During this time, PM2.5 and ...

  • Tracing fine sediment sources in small mountain catchment

    Fine sediment represents an important diffuse source pollutant in surface waters, due to its role in governing the transfer and fate of many substances, including nutrients, heavy metals, pesticides and other organic contaminants, and its influence on aquatic ecology. Therefore, catchment management strategies frequently need to include provision for the control of sediment mobilization and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • INTA – exterior noise certification of Airbus A330 MRTT

    INTA is a Public Research Body specialising in aeronautic and space research and technological development. It owns a multitude of Brüel & Kjær products including a 30-channel PULSE system and a 6-channel LAN-XI system which are used daily. One of the latest and most important jobs performed by INTA is the Noise Certification of Airbus Military’s A330 MRTT which it achieved ...

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