Clor-D-Tect 1000 (CD-DET-SG)
|Analytes||Chlorine, Chlorinated Organics|
|Matrix||Used Oil, Solvents, Organic Liquids|
|Detection Method||Fixed endpoint colorimetric titration|
|Action Levels||Above or below the 1000 ppm regulatory limit|
|Interferences||Sulfur may cause false positive results|
|Analysis Time||Less than 5 minutes|
|Packaging||20 Kits to a shelf pack, 80 kits per case. Minimum order 10 kits. Orders greater than 10 kits must be in multiples of 20.|
Field screening test for total (halogens) chlorine in used oil.
NOTE: This product contains mercury, dispose of kits according to local, state or federal laws.
On-Site Test Kit for Total Halogens in Used (Waste) oil
U.S. EPA SW-846 Method 9077
ASTM Method D-5384
CLOR-D-TECT 1000 provides a "go, no-go" result at a level of 1000 ppm chlorine. Used oil transporters, generators and facilities that recycle or re-refine used oil can incorporate Clor-D-Tect 1000 into their management of waste oil to prevent costly hazardous waste from being mixed with non-contaminated oil. Generators can identify and label their waste oil, hazardous or non-hazardous, for proper management and disposal.
Designed for use on-site, the test takes less than 5 minutes to run with no special training. Each kit comes complete to perform one test, and all premeasured reagents are sealed in glass ampules. Clor-D-Tect 1000 has proven to be an ideal test to spot-check oil before it is transported, accepted or introduced into larger holding tanks.
Clor-D-Tect 1000 has been assigned ASTM Method D-5384 and USEPA SW-846 Method 9077.
Related Papers (PDF Downloads)
- Clor-D-Tect 1000 Instructions - September 11, 2014 || Download
- Clor-D-Tect 1000 - July 23, 2015 || Download
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- Test Methods for Chlorinated Compounds in Used Oil (DTR-13-05) - September 1, 1993 || Download
- Regulations and Mgmt. Procedures for Waste Oil Disposal (DTR-09-01) - June 7, 1989 || Download
- A Rapid Method for the Quantitative Determination of Halogens (DTR-08-01) - July 13, 1988 || Download
- Evaluation of Techniques for Determining Chlorine in Used Oils (DTR-07-02) - August 1, 1987 || Download