Effective Petroleum Testing Equipment
Whether you drill for oil or clean it up after a spill, you know the importance of preventing petroleum-related contamination. Sitelab of West Newbury, Massachusetts, manufactures portable laboratory instruments and supplies used to measure petroleum contaminants in soil, sediment, water, NAPL, metal, etc.
As a full-service laboratory instrument manufacturer, we sell and rent petroleum testing equipment, and provide laboratory services. Sitelab uses ultraviolet fluorescence technology (UVF) to detect concentrations of hydrocarbons found in gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, heating oils, waste oils, coal tars, coal ash, creosote, crude oils, asphalt, and many other petroleum products.
Sitelab's accuracy, speed, and low cost per sample allow customers to delineate contaminated sites much more thoroughly while minimizing the number of samples sent off-site for lab confirmation. Savings in disposal costs, treatment, time, and labor are also achieved. Sitelab has carefully developed our products to correlate to conventional laboratory GC test methods directly. Detection limits are in the low ppb range.
If you are looking for the best, most versatile field screening tools on the market to save time and money on your next project, you've come to the right place. Explore this website to find what you're looking for.
Portable Analyzers Available
Who's Using Fluorescence?
- Environmental consultants use Sitelab to investigate where, how much and what type of contamination exists on a site.
- Contractors use Sitelab to help guide excavation activities to clean up the vertical and horizontal extent of petroleum resulting from underground storage tanks (USTs).
- Scientists use Sitelab to fingerprint and identify the type and age of petroleum.
- Government regulators and emergency response crews use Sitelab to assist with oil spills, natural disasters or military activities.
- Property owners with fuel oil spills send samples to Sitelab's laboratory for fast, affordable, and reliable test results.
- Field technicians use Sitelab to monitor levels of TPH for bioremediation, disposal, and other treatment methods.
- Large industrial sites, power plants, brownfields, tank farms, and refineries where high numbers of samples must be tested without the high cost and time delays of conventional laboratory analysis, use Sitelab.
- Manufacturing companies test metal parts for quality control to ensure their products are free of oil.