tph field test News

  • Sitelab measures TPH in soil for US EPA verification report

    In 2001, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) conducted a performance study called 'Field Measurement Technologies for Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil' by evaluating Sitelab and six other manufacturers through the superfund innovative technology evaluation (SITE) program. The project was directed by the Office of Research and Development's national exposure research laboratory in Las ...

    By Sitelab Corporation

  • Field method developed for testing oil sheens on surface water using sheen nets

    A pipeline spill in Michigan contaminated a river with crude oil.  Almost one year later, oil sheens continued to be spotted on the river's surface, as do "bio sheens," which look like oil sheens but only contain biological, natural organic matter from leaves and other decomposing vegetation. The oil company's contractor collected samples from both contaminated and non-contamianted areas ...

    By Sitelab Corporation

  • Distribution deal for oil in water analyser

    Quantitech, the Milton Keynes based instrumentation specialist, has been reappointed by Spectro Scientific as exclusive distributor in the UK and Ireland for a portable infrared analyser, the InfraCal 2. Based on the original highly popular InfraCal, (formerly manufactured by Wilks Enterprise who were purchased by Spectro in 2013) the latest version offers a host of new features such as multiple ...

    By Quantitech Ltd

  • Comply with Highly Regulated Oil in Water Measurements

    The Petroleum Industry – both offshore and onshore -- has regulations that limit the amount of oil in discharged water.  Fixed filter infrared (IR) analyzers have been used to test oil levels in produced water on drilling platforms for over 45 years.  On oil rigs where real estate is at a premium, infrared analyzers such as the Wilks InfraCal Analyzers are compact (typically 6 ...

    By Spectro Scientific

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