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Test Request 15-00880
EPA USA Research Laboratory needed for ASTM compressed natural gas CNG testing of CNG used in engines according to ASTM standards.
Methane by test method ASTM D1945
Ethane by test method ASTM D1945
Propane by test method ASTM D1945
Butane & Heaver (C4H10+) by test method ASTM D1945 Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen by test method ASTM D1945 Hydrogen by test method ASTM D2650 Carbon Monoxide by test method ASTM D2650 Oxygen by test method ASTM D1945 Sulfur by Title 17 CCR Section 94112 Method 16 And if you have the capabilities..
Siloxanes by EPA TO-14 15 GC/ELCD, GC/AED, GC/MS Hydrogen Sulfide by ASTM
Test Request 12-2040
Metallurgical Laboratory needed for steel testing 1. Testing of steel (24 specimens) by Brinell method HB 1/30. Thickness of a steel specimen 0.06-0.1", hardness ~200 HB.
2. Testing of aluminum alloy (24 specimens) by Brinell method HB 1/5/30. Thickness of an aluminum specimen 0.012", hardness ~30-40 HB.
LONG-TERM TESTING Analytical Chemistry Laboratory needed for accelerated aging study with testing monthly for a year. Tests needed (per sample, per testing interval): 1. pH by electrode (single replicate) 2. Total active chlorine by electrode (duplicate) 3. Chloride ion by ion chromatography (duplicate)
Accelerated aging for two solutions: Unbufferrd HOCl solution, approx. 500 ppm and #2. Buffered HOCl solution, approx. 500 ppm 50-60oC, dark (no pressure specified)
Testing frequently: Once every 4 weeks for 1 year on a schedule I establish and send to you (based on when my client sends the samples)
My client will send 1 L of each solution, divided up into two 500 mL amber bottles (exact sizes still not provided). Both should be stored in the aging chambers, but only one should be sampled when performing tests (the o