IANZ Accredited Test Methods

Air Resource Management is compliant with ISO/IEC 17025

General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories

Stationary Source Emissions (sampling)

In accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials:

ASTM D3154:00 Determination of gas flow data in stacks

In accordance with Australian Standards:

AS 4323.1 Selection of sampling positions

AS 4323.2 Total particulate emissions from stationary sources

In accordance with USEPA methods:

  • Method 1 Sample and velocity traverses for stationary sources
  • Method 1A Sample and velocity traverses for stationary sources with small stacks or ducts
  • Method 2 Determination of stack gas velocity and volumetricflowrate (Type S Pitot Tube)
  • Method 3 Determination of oxygen and carbon dioxide emissions from stationary sources
  • Method 4 Determination of moisture content in stack gases
  • Method 5 Determination of particulate emissions from stationary sources
  • Method 6 Determination of sulphur dioxide emissions from stationary sources Inc analysis
  • Method 7C Determination of nitrogen oxide emissions from stationary sources (alkaline permanganate/colourimetric method)
  • Method 8 Determination of sulphuric acid mist and sulphur dioxide emissions from stationary sources
  • Method 11 Determination of hydrogen sulphide content of fuel gas streams in petroleum refineries
  • Method 13A Determination of total fluoride in emissions from stationary sources (SPANDNZ Zirconium Lake)
  • Method 13B Determination of total fluoride in emissions from stationary sources (Specific Ion Electrode)
  • Method 17 Determination of particulate emissions from stationary sources (Instack Filter)
  • Method 18 Measurements of gaseous organic compounds emissions by Gas Chromatography
  • Method 26 Determination of hydrogen halides and halogen emissions from stationary sources (non isokinetic)
  • Method 26A Determination of hydrogen halides and halogen emissions from stationary sources (isokinetic)
  • Method 29 Determination of metal emissions from stationary sources
  • Method 0011 Sampling of aldehyde emissions from stationary sources
  • Method 201A Determination of PM10 emissions (constant sampling rate procedure)
  • Method 202 Determination of condensable particulate emissions from stationary sources
  • Method CTM-027 Determination of ammonia emissions in stationary sources (isokinetic)
  • Method CTM-031 Screening method for methylene diphenyl diisocyanate
  • Method CTM-036 Method for measurement of isocyanate compounds in stack emissions
  • Method OTM-027 Determination of PM10 and PM2.5 emissions from stationary sources (constant sampling rate procedure)
  • Supersedes
  • Method CTM-040 Determination of PM10 and PM2.5 emissions (constant sampling rate procedure)

In accordance with National Council for Air and Stream Improvement:

NCASI CI/WP-98.01 Chilled impinger method for use at wood products mills to measure formaldehyde, methanol and phenol Inc formaldehyde analysis

In accordance with British Standards:

BS EN 13649:2002 Determination of gaseous organic compounds (VOC)

In accordance with Australian/New Zealand Standards:

AS/NZS 4323.3:2001 Determination of odour concentration by dynamic olfactometry

Sampling and Analysis

  • AS4323.1 Selection of sampling positions
  • AS4323.2 Total particulate emissions from stationary sources
  • Method 5 Determination of particulate matter from stationary sources
  • Method 6 Determination of sulphur dioxide emissions from stationary sources
  • Method 17 Determination of particulate matter from stationary sources (Instack Filter)
  • Method 201A Determination of PM10 emissions (constant sampling rate procedure)
  • Method 202 Determination of condensable particulate emissions from stationary sources
  • Method OTM 27 Determination of PM10 and PM2.5 emissions from stationary sources (constant sampling rate procedure)
  • NCASI CI/WP-98.01 chilled impinger method for use at wood products mills to measure formaldehyde

Workplace air monitoring and vents (sampling)

In accordance with USEPA methods:

  • Method TO11A aldehyde monitoring of workplaces
  • Method TO17 volatile organic compounds in ambient air