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With over twenty years of experience in air sampling and analysis, Pace® offers a comprehensive air quality analytical services program in accordance with methods specified by the US Environmental Protection Agency and state regulatory agencies. Our air laboratories are DOD and NELAC certified, AIHA-LLP / ISO 17025 accredited, and hold state certifications where required.
The Pace® Air Quality Team combines the talents of experienced chemists, project managers, sampling technicians, and dedicated air product and program managers, to assist in the selection and application of appropriate sampling strategies and provide support on the most demanding projects.
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Pace® Air laboratories have the capabilities to support many applications of air, and air quality testing utilizing state-of-the-art equipment. We also offer air contaminant expertise, including volatile compounds, semi-volatile dioxin, furan, and permanent and/or fixed gases. A representative sample of our air quality testing capabilities include:
- Stack Emissions and Ambient Air Testing
- Landfill Gas Analysis
- Stack and Flue Gas Monitoring
- Indoor Vapor Intrusion Testing
- Indoor Air Quality Analysis
- Fenceline Monitoring
- Compressed Air and Gas Testing
- Compressed Air Emissions
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Pace® Services offers deep, decades-long experience in air quality testing and analysis – and the fastest turnaround times in the industry.
Our proven and routinely audited QA/QC Program ensures you receive fully defensible data that is compliant with your project-specific documentation requirements. We also carry certifications for all states and territories that offer or require an air laboratory certification. At Pace®, we understand you need accurate and detailed data to inform your critical decision making. As your lab partner, we are committed to providing you with quality data quickly so that you can
Vapor Intrusion Guidance Support
Vapor Intrusion is an area of growing concern as multiple states enact regulations in response to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) vapor intrusion guidance. According to the USEPA, vapor intrusion occurs when volatile chemicals migrate from contaminated groundwater or soil into an overlying building.
Because volatile chemicals can emit vapors through subsurface soil and into indoor air spaces, they need to be investigated. State and Federal guidelines suggest an approach that begins with simple screening and gradually progresses to a more complex, site-specific assessment. Pace® has extensive experience in the implementation of USEPA Vapor Intrusion Guidance as well as state-level regulations.
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The winter and summer months are optimal times to test for Vapor Intrusion due to both indoor and subsurface conditions, as well as state-mandated testing parameters. But do you know why?
Air Sampling Canister Availability
Pace® provides a variety of air sampling media including our proprietary ezCANS®, easy-to-use air sampling canisters. EzCANS® arrive fully assembled and are vacuum- and leak-checked. ezCANS® virtually eliminates field failures. In addition to ezCANS®, Pace® has both traditional Swagelok® threaded canisters and quick disconnects. Canister sizes include 1L, 1.4L, 3L, 6L and depending on the canister size, a flow controller or restrictor can integrate to allow a collection time of 5 minutes to 7 days.
Overall, Pace® supports the certification and analysis of over 8,500 canisters and several thousand flow controllers and restrictors:
Pace® manufactures and maintains thousands over 8500 air sampling canisters in inventory, ensuring availability even during seasonal peaks of high demand.
Drop your samples off at one of our convenient lab locations or service centers or call us to request our courier or field sampling services
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