by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Research Triangle Park, NC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||David R. Jones ; prepared for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air, Noise, and Radiation, Office of Ar Quality Planning and Standards|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Emission Standards and Engineering Division. Industrial Studies Branch, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, IIT Research Institute|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 480 p. :|
|Number of Pages||480|
EPAO/O-O39 APRIL Asbestos Analyses of Crushed Stone Samples by David R. Jones I IT Research Institute 10 West 35th Street Chicago, Illinois Contract No. Work Assignment No. 5 EPA Project Officer: Gilbert H. Wood Industrial Studies Branch Emission Standards and Engineering Division U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, N.C. . EPA/ Asbestos/Rock Quarries - Mineralogical Analysis of Crushed Stone Samples by Henry Brown, Jean Sigvaldsen, and Henry Singletary Geological Resources, Incorporated Raleigh, N. C. and Michael Lamorte Research Triangle Institute Research Triangle Park, N. C. Contract No. RTI Project Nos. 41U and 41U EPA Task Manager: Gilbert Wood. Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Asbestos/Rock Quarries - Mineralogical Analysis of Crushed Stone Samples - Scholar's Choice Edition av U S Environmental Protection Agency på Settled Asbestos Dust Sampling and Analysis compiles the most significant data on asbestos in settled dust. This ready reference presents an analysis of settled dusts and surface particles of all sizes for asbestosthat is useful for qualitative and quantitative assessment and helps to determine the source of fibers. The main scope of this reference includes sample collection, sample analyses 5/5(1).
Settled Asbestos Dust Sampling and Analysis compiles the most significant data on asbestos in settled dust. This ready reference presents an analysis of settled dusts and surface particles of all sizes for asbestosthat is useful for qualitative and quantitative assessment and helps to . sample, and special attention must be paid to avoid creation of airborne asbestos. This method is intended to provide material to a laboratory where the fibers can be quantified and qualitatively identified as a specific type of asbestos or non-asbestiform fiber. Sample location (GPS), study site, sample description, time, date and project. At least three (3) samples from each homogeneous material of TSI. At least one (1) sample from patched TSI that is less than six square feet. For pipe fittings, in a manner sufficient to determine if the material is asbestos-containing. Surfacing Material. Bulk sample analysis involves the examination of a representative sample of a material thought to contain asbestos. In our analytical laboratory, the sample is first examined by eye, and then a more detailed examination is undertaken using a low power (x20) stereo microscope.
Asbestos: a bibliography, EPA:ERL, EPA/, School asbestos program questions and answers, EPA:OT April Asbestos/rock quarries--mineralogical analysis of cru stone samples, EPA:OAQPS, EPA/, July Exposure to asbestos from drinking water in the Unite, States, EPA:HERL, EPA/, August , 86 Pl Movement of. Crushed serpentinite quarried in Montgomery County, Maryland, has been extensively used for paving roads and other surfaces. The mineral assemblage includes antigorite or lizardite as well as chrysotile and tremolite. Air samples taken in the vicinity of serpentine-paved roads show that chrysotile concentrations are about 10(3) times greater than those typically found in urban ambient air in. This book will provide helpful data for government and industrial use. Law enforcement science and technology: proceedings by National Asbestos analyses of crushed stone samples by David R Jones (Book) 3 editions published. This analysis method is used for the testing of soil samples for asbestos. The emphasis is on detection and analysis of sieved particles for asbestos in the soil. Debris identifiable as bulk building material that is readily separable from the soil is to be analyzed and reported separately.