Sorbent Tubes, 2 Molecular Sieve (Triethanolamine) Tubes and 1 Oxidizer Tube

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Part Number: 226-40A

Sorbent Tubes, 2 Molecular Sieve (Triethanolamine) Tubes and 1 Oxidizer Tube Overview

Note: Replaces 226-40 Tube 1: 7 x 70 mm, contains 400 mg Molecular Sieve treated with triethanolamine (TEA), GS, WW - collects NO2 Tube 2: 7 x 110 mm, contains 400 mg treated silica gel (oxidizer), GS, WW - converts NO to NO2 Tube 3: 7 x 70 mm, contains 600 mg Molecular Sieve treated with triethanolamine (TEA), GS, WW - collects NO2. The NO2 ion [nitrite] is determined during analysis and labs use the SKC-supplied formula/graph to calculate NO ppm. 10 sets

  • Meet NIOSH, OSHA, ASTM, EPA, and HSE specifications
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  • Made with high-quality, low-background sorbents

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    • Accurate sorbent weights
    • Consistent method-specified mesh size and separators
    • Uniform back pressure
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    • Specified in OSHA, NIOSH, ASTM, and EPA methods
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226-01 drawing

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Consult the method or the SKC Air Sampling Guide to determine the appropriate sorbent tube to use for the chemical being sampled.

 

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Just before sampling, use a scorer/breaker tool to uniformly break the ends of the sorbent tube to a 2 mm diameter or half the diameter of the tube body.

 

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Keep the tube in a vertical position during sampling to prevent the possibility of channeling that can lead to undersampling.

 

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The arrow on the tube indicates air flow direction and should point to the tube holder and pump. If no arrow is present, the smallest section should be near the tube holder.

 

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