Acoem Australasia

Site

Testing Laboratory

Accreditation No.

14184

Site No.

14177

Date of Accreditation

13 Oct 1999

Address

1492 Ferntree Gully Rd
Knoxfield, VIC 3180
Australia

ecotech.com

Contact

Mr Kumar Koujalgi P: +61 (03) 97307800

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Calibration

  • The uncertainty of measurement is reported as an expanded uncertainty having a level of confidence of 95% unless stated otherwise
Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Chemical metrology - Gas analysers Gas analysers Concentration Direct measurement by certified reference material

in-house method 5.8

20ppb - 520ppb 

Capability

Ozone analyser calibration

With Calibration and measurement Capability of-

3.1 ppb or 1.7% of reading (whichever is greater) in the range of 20 ppb to 520 ppb for ozone

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Environment

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Analysis for hydrocarbons Air - Ambient Benzene; Toluene; p-Xylene Differential optical absorption spectroscopy (DOAS)

in-house method 6.11

Methane; Non-methane hydrocarbons; Total hydrocarbons Flame ionisation detector (FID)

AS/NZS 3580.11.1 and in-house method 6.6

Emissions - Stack Methane; Non-methane hydrocarbons; Total hydrocarbons GC-FID In house method 9.5
Benzene; Formaldehyde (methanal) Differential optical absorption spectroscopy (DOAS)

in-house methods 9.1

Analysis for industrial chemicals Emissions - Industrial Moisture Calculation In-house method 9.8
Analysis for physical and chemical characteristics Air - Ambient Particulate matter - PM10; Particulate matter - PM2.5 Light scattering

in-house method 9.7

Hydrogen sulfide Fluorescence

in-house method 6.5

Particulate matter - PM2.5 Tapered element oscillating microbalance (TEOM)

AS/NZS 3580.9.13 and in-house method 7.3 

Particulate matter - Visibility reduction Nephelometry

AS/NZS 3580.12.1 and in-house method 7.2

Ozone Chemiluminescence

AS 3580.6.1 and in-house method 6.7

Sulfur dioxide Differential optical absorption spectroscopy (DOAS)

AS/NZS 3580.15 and in-house method 6.11

Nitrogen - Oxidised Chemiluminescence

AS 3580.5.1 and in-house method 6.1

Carbon monoxide Infrared (IR)

AS 3580.7.1 and in-house method 6.3

Particulate matter - PM10 Tapered element oscillating microbalance (TEOM)

AS 3580.9.8 and in-house method 7.3 

Particulate matter - PM2.5 Beta attenuation monitors

AS/NZS 3580.9.12 and in-house method 7.5  

Carbon dioxide (CO2) Infrared (IR)

in-house method 6.4

Particulate matter - PM10 Beta attenuation monitors

AS/NZS 3580.9.11 and in-house method 7.5   

Ammonia Chemiluminescence

in-house method 6.8

Sulfur dioxide Fluorescence

AS 3580.4.1 and in-house method 6.2

Emissions - Stack Temperature Direct reading instrument

in-house methods 9.3

Nitrogen - Oxidised Chemiluminescence

in-house methods 9.5 and 6.1

Oxygen Fuel cell

in-house methods 9.6

Carbon monoxide Infrared (IR)

in-house methods 9.5 and 6.3

Flow rate Ultrasonic

in-house methods 9.2

Carbon dioxide (CO2) Infrared (IR)

in-house methods 9.5 and 6.4

Carbon dioxide (CO2); Carbon monoxide; Nitrogen - Oxidised; Sulfur dioxide Differential optical absorption spectroscopy (DOAS)

in-house methods 9.1

Particulate matter - PM10; Particulate matter - PM2.5 Tapered element oscillating microbalance (TEOM)

in-house methods 9.4

Meteorological monitoring Atmosphere Pressure Barometer


AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.9


Temperature Temperature probe

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.4

Rainfall Rainfall gauge

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.7 and 8.8

Wind speed - Horizontal Rotating anemometer; Ultrasonic anemometer

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.1

Relative humidity (RH) Hygrometer

AS3580.14 and in-house method 8.5

Radiation - Global Pyranometer

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.6

Wind direction Rotating anemometer; Ultrasonic anemometer

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.3

Radiation - Net Pyranometer

in-house method 8.6

Sample collection Air - Ambient Not applicable Continuous flow analyser (CFA); Gas analyser; Grab

in-house method 9.7 - Particulates - PM2.5, PM10

AS 3580.9.8 and in-house method 7.3 - Particulates - PM10

AS/NZS 3580.9.11 and in-house method 7.5 - Particulate - PM10 

AS/NZS 3580.9.12 and in-house method 7.5 - Particulates PM2.5 

AS/NZS 3580.9.13 and in-house method 7.3 - Particulates PM2.5

AS/NZS 3580.12.1 and in-house method 7.2- Particulate matter - Visibility reduction

AS/NZS 3580.10.1 and in-house method 7.6 - Particulate matter - deposited matter

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.1- Wind Speed (Horizontal)

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.3- Wind direction

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.4- Temperature - ambient

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.5- Relative humidity

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.6- Radiation - Net

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house methods 8.7 and 8.8- Rainfall

AS/NZS 3580.14 and in-house method 8.9- Pressure

in-house method 8.6- Radiation - Net

Not applicable Pump

AS 3580.9.9 and in-house method 7.4 - Particulate - PM10

AS 3580.9.10 and in-house method 7.4 - Particulate - PM2.5

Not applicable Canisters

USEPA TO15 and in-house method 6.9 - Sampling of volatile organic compounds in air

Not applicable High volume air sampler (HVAS)

AS/NZS 3580.9.3 and in-house method 7.1 - Particulates - total suspended

AS/NZS 3580.9.6 and in-house method 7.1 - Particulates - PM10

AS/NZS 3580.9.14 and in-house method 7.1 - Particulates PM2.5

Emissions - Industrial Not applicable Continuous flow analyser (CFA)

in-house methods 9.5 and 6.1- Oxide of nitrogen

in-house methods 9.5 and 6.4- Carbon dioxide

in-house methods 9.5 and 6.3- Carbon monoxide

in-house method 9.1- Benzene; carbon dioxide; carbon monoxide; formaldehyde; oxides of nitrogen; sulfur dioxide

in-house method 9.2- Flow rate

in-house method 9.3- Temperature

in-house method 9.4- Particulate- PM2.5, PM10

 in-house method 9.6- Oxygen

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