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Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Parts 46 & 48

Equipment & Facilities

instrumental analyzer equipment

AirSource Technologies’ offices are located in the metropolitan Kansas City area (Shawnee, KS). From this hub, we are able to respond quickly and cost effectively to our core service area that includes Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas.

AirSource Technologies is capable of providing multiple complete sampling trains for all standard CFR 40, Parts 51, 60, and 63 methods as well as many specialized trains per client requests. Some examples include Particulate, Dioxin/Furan Compounds, Multiple Metals, Hexavalent Chromium, Volatile Organics (VOST), Semi-Volatile Organics (including PAH’s, pesticides, herbicides, PCB’s, etc.), HCl/Cl2/HF (Method 26/26A), Sulfur Compound Speciation (Method 8), Formaldehyde (CARB 430), and many others.

Redundancy of equipment allows for sampling of multiple trains simultaneously, whether for a common constituent at both inlet and outlet of pollution control devices, or for several different constituents at the same time. In addition, redundancy provides time saving backup of key equipment should an instrument fail in the field.

  • Nutech Model 2010 - Method 5 stack sampling systems
  • Multiple Sampling Probes - varying lengths (3 ft., 5 ft., 7 ft., 10 ft., 20 ft.), including water-cooled models for high temperature operations
  • VOST Sampling Trains
  • In-Stack Filter Apparatus (Method 17);both Teflon-lined, glass and stainless steel
  • Hydrochloric acid/chloride ion train (midget)
  • Hexavalent chromium train
  • PM10/PM 2.5 Cyclones (Particulate matter less than 2.5 or 10 micron)
  • Particle sizing cascade impactor
  • Method 18—Gascious Organic Compound Emissions
  • And many more!
    • AirSource Technologies has an extensive inventory of support and ancillary equipment and materials allowing for testing in unusual setup environments and difficult logistics scenarios. We also have equipped four mobile field trailers with up-to-date productivity software allowing us to quickly assemble data on-site when prompt feedback is important.

      We are also equipped to mobilize our laboratory to help in the quick feedback effort as well.

      Our instrument systems are well suited for providing continuous evaluation of an emission source. AirSource Technologies has experience:

      • Measuring a variety of detection technologies including Magneto Pneumatic, Non-Dispersive Infra Red, Chemiluminescence, and Heated Flame Ionization Detector.
      • Measuring various gases, including O2, CO2, CO, NOx, SO2, and THC.
      • Performing RATA services according to CFR 40, Part 60, Appendix B (Performance Specifications for continuous emission monitoring systems: Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7, CFR 40, Part 75 for Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) and Predictive Emission Monitoring System (PEMS) Validation.
      • Performing simultaneous Destruction and Removal Efficiency (DRE) Studies.
        • We can also render services to help clients get their equipment in good running order before a major compliance test is run.

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