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  • Asbestos Analysis

    Bulk Sample Analysis of Building Materials by Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM). Air Filter Analysis for Fiber Concentration by Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM). Air Filter, Bulk Material and Water Analysis by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). OSHA PEL Compliance by TEM. Point Counting for NESHAP Compliance (PTC).

    By STAT Analysis Corporation based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA). from Analytical Capabilities Service line

  • Service Agreement and Warranty Services

    The Airwatergreen service agreement guarantees optimal operation. It provides an extended warranty period of up to 5 years.

    By Airwatergreen AB based in Uppsala, SWEDEN.

  • Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEMS)

    Acuren has 3 laboratories with scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) for evaluation of materials and components. These SEMs are capable of magnifications up to 200,000x for exceptional image resolution and depth of field. Our microscopes are equipped with EDXA analyzers for simultaneous chemical analysis of the microscopic features. Acuren’s ...

    By Acuren Inspection Inc based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Materials Engineering Service line

  • Filter Design Services

    An essential parameter of the filter apparatus is the surface of the filter. It often is not identical with the total filter area. The usable filter area AF is the quotient of the air-quantity and fitration speed.

    By ts-systemfilter gmbh based in Ahorn-Berolzheim, GERMANY.

  • Planned Maintenance Service

    In large capacity plants, which are on continuous operations, downtime of the plant and the down time cost are very critical due to the Air pollution equipments like ESP, Bag filters, Material handling Systems etc. The proven method for reducing downtime is systematic and planned maintenance to avoid unexpected breakdowns. Planned maintenance ...

    By Unicon Engineers based in Singapore, SINGAPORE.

  • Integrative Sampling Services

    Integrative sampling requires collection of airborne substances over an extended period of time. Samples are typically returned to an analysis facility for processing and results are typically available some time after the sampling event. This is required when it is too expensive or inconvenient to undertake continuous real-time measurements, or ...

    By Airzone One Ltd. based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Air Monitoring Service line

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