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SKC Guide to HSE Air Sampling Methods

Chemical Hazard
HSE Method
SKC Equipment
Analytical Method
  Ferrous foundary particulate (inhalable)
14/3 IOM Particulate Sampler  225-70A  
Filter  225-58F  
  Ferrous foundary particulate (respirable)
14/3 Cyclone  225-69  
Filter  225-58F or
IOM Particulate Sampler  225-70A  
FOAM 225-772 
Filter  225-58F 
  Flour dust
14/3 IOM Particulate Sampler  225-70A  
Filter  225-58F  
  Fluoride (inorganic as F)
35/2 IOM Particulate Sampler  225-70A  
Filter  225-19  
See OSHA CSI Impinger  225-36-2  
Impinger  225-36-5  
Impinger Trap  225-22  
78 Passive Sampler  500-100  
102 Coated Filter in Preloaded Cassette  225-9003 or
Sorbent Tube  226-119 or
Sorbent Tube  226-120 
See OSHA CSI Sorbent Tube  226-10  
  Formic acid
See NIOSH 2011 Filter  225-2708  
Filter Cassette  225-3-25LF  
Sorbent Tube  226-10-03  
Filter Cassette and Cyclone Holder  225-1  
 2- Furaldehyde (furfural)
See OSHA 72 Sorbent Tube  226-81A or
Sorbent Tube  226-118  
 2- Furaldehyde (furfural)
72 Sorbent Tube  226-357  

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This SKC Air Sampling Guide is a reference only to assist users in finding the method, sampling equipment, and sampling media for a specific compound. This publication is intended for general information only and should not be used as a substitute for reviewing applicable government regulations, equipment operating instructions, or legal standards. Users must consult the appropriate sampling method for the compound of interest before sampling. The sampling parameters shown here are suggestions based on the ranges or volume, flow, and time specified in the methods. It is the responsibility of the analyst performing the sampling and analysis steps to adjust the parameters so that the required detection limits can be obtained. The information contained in this document should not be construed as legal advice or opinion nor as a final authority on legal or regulatory procedures. CAS Registry Number is a Registered Trademark of the American Chemical Society.

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