1. Air Velocity Twist and ACPH Calculations
2. HEPA Filter integrity test (USING PAO & DOP)
3. Particle Count Test
4. Recovery Test
5. Air Differential Pressure Test
6. Room Pressurization Test
7. Temperature and RH Measurement
8. Light Intensity Measurement
9. Sound Level Measurement
10. UV Light Intensity
We provide complete HEPA/ULPA filter integrity testing services for both the pharmaceutical and Microelectronics industries. All filter integrity testing performed by us is executed in accordance with ISO 14644. We are equipped to perform testing with both Di–Octal Phthalate (DOP) and Poly Alpha Olefin (PAO) depending on your site’s specific requirements.
1. Air velocity twist and acph calculations
2. Hepa filter integrity test (using pao & dop)
3. Particle count test
4. Recovery test
5. Air differential pressure test
6. Room pressurization test
7. Temperature and Rh measurement
8. Light intensity measurement
9. Sound level measurement
10. UV light intensity test
11. Air sampling test
Lists Below are certain types of field test we provide.
Air Velocity Evaluation: Inflow and Down Flow Velocity measurement
HEPA Filter Integrity and Leak Test: Challenging with either DOP or PAO
Air Flow Smoke Patterns Test: Study and evaluate characteristic of air flow
Air Cleanliness Classification Test: Particle counting inside cabinets with a laser particle counter (in accordance with ISO 14644-1)
Site Installation Assessment Test
Light Level Test: Where Applicable
Ultraviolet Light Intensity Test: Where Applicable
A safe laboratory environment requires an effective method for clearing toxic material from fume hoods. Since all handling of toxic materials is completed in these hoods, it is critical to have a procedure to evaluate their operation to assure adequate protection for laboratory workers.
A fume hood evaluation conducted under its operational environment is critical, as these tests will indicate any installation shortcomings as well as direct workers in proper laboratory hood techniques.
The most commonly referenced test procedure for determining SF6 at the face of hood is ASHRAE 110-1995, “Method Of Testing Performance of Laboratory Fume Hood” (American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.)
Air velocity twist and acph calculations
Hepa filter integrity test (using pao & dop)
Particle count test
Air differential pressure test
Room pressurization test
Temperature and rh measurement
Light intensity measurement
Acquisition of acoustic and vibration signals is critical in a variety of industries. NI has combined industry-leading 24-bit dynamic signal acquisition hardware with ready-to-run analysis in NI LabVIEW software to provide a unique solution for prototyping and deploying sound and vibration analyzers. NI tools include ready-to-run examples that feature the flexibility of LabVIEW so you have the acoustic and vibration acquisition you need for your application.