Smoke Particulate Screen Check (SPSC) - Wildfire Edition
Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab) has designed a specialty do-it-yourself kit to analyze airborne carbon based smoke particulate. Knowledgeable trained staff for questions. Call toll free.
Availability: Ships out within 2 - 3 business days.
Description of Smoke Particulate Screen Check (SPSC)
The do-it-yourself specially designed Smoke Particulate Screen Check kit is an economical way to analyze the carbon based smoke particulate within the home. Each year, deadly wildfires cause many natural resources within the forests to turn into hazardous materials and pollute the ambient air. The results can cause numerous health effects ranging from itchy eyes to reduced lung function. Odors, discoloration and "ghosting" effects within the home can result when carbon black and combustion byproducts are deposited on the building or within the interior. If your home is damaged by such fires, proof of these conditions may be required by property insurance companies. Fortunately, particulate sampling can be performed with the easy to use Smoke Particulate Screen Check. Within a few days lab results and a report from an AIHA accredited lab will be available. The lab analysis will also alert you on whether or not health based concerns exist and if action is needed for a healthier environment.
Smoke Particulate Screen Check (SPSC) are ideal for someone who...
- Home has been damaged by fires or smoke and need environmental smoke particulate testing for property insurance.
- Would like to analyze the carbon based smoke particulate throughout the home in order to take the necessary steps needed for a healthier environment.
- Do-it-yourself kit to analyze carbon based smoke particulate
- Identifies airborne black deposition/particulate (cts/m3)
- Can give proof of odors, discoloration and "ghosting" effects when carbon black and combustion byproducts (carbonized material) are deposited on the building and/or home interior surfaces
- Proof of these conditions may be required for the following:
- Evidence by property insurance companies prior to the buildings being fixed
- Whether or not health based concerns exist
- Development of baseline conditions prior to cleaning
- Includes loaner Mini Pump Air Sample Collection Device
- Analyzed by AIHA accredited lab. Includes full analysis from lab
- Quick and easy to use
Who should use Smoke Particulate Screen Check (SPSC)?
- Fire & Rescue Personnel
- Fire & Smoke Restoration Companies
- School and Plant Operators
- Industrial Hygienists
- HVAC Engineers/Contractors
- Building Maintenance Supervisors
- Test and Balance Professionals
- Real Estate Professionals
- Insurance Claim Adjusters
- Hospital Engineers
- Occupational Health and Safety Professionals
Sample Collection method: Samples are collected using a loaner air pump (fee included) and particulate collection device at the home or office. The air pump is run for 1 minute at the pre-calibrated rate of 5 liters/minute. The collected sample is mailed along with the loaner pump to our accredited lab for analysis. Within 3-5 business days of receipt of the samples, the lab report will be generated and identify airborne smoke particulate with results provided in cts/m3.
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