Clor-N-Oil 20 ppm (CL-020-SG)

Clor-N-Oil 20 ppm  (CL-020-SG)
Analytes PCB's
Matrix Transformer Oil
Detection Method Fixed endpoint colorimetric titration
Action Levels Above or Below 20 ppm
Analysis Time Less than five minutes
Catalog Number CL-020
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 Test Kits for PCB Screening of Electrical Insulating Fluid - 20 ppm Action Level

Reproductive Harm

NOTE: This product contains mercury, dispose of kits according to local, state or federal laws

On-Site Testing for PCB in Transformer Oil

U.S. EPA SW-846 Method 9079

Designed to be used on-site, Clor-N-Oil is a fast, accurate method to test electrical insulating fluids for the presence of PCB. Each pocket-sized kit contains everything necessary to perform the test in less than 5 minutes. All premeasured reagents are sealed in glass ampules for safe, fast, consistent and accurate results. Screening transformer oil with Clor-N-Oil can eliminate non-PCB fluids from costly laboratory analysis and allows a greater number of samples to be tested at less cost.

Clor-N-Oil is available for testing transformer oil at three different action levels; 20 ppm, 50 ppm, and 500 ppm. To eliminate the possibility of false negatives, Dexsil calibrates all Clor-N-Oil test kits on Aroclor 1242. Aroclor 1242 contains the least amount of chlorine (42% by weight) of the Aroclors found in electrical insulating fluids. By calibrating our test kits using Aroclor 1242, the user obtains the most conservative results. When Clor-N-Oil test kits turn purple, you can be assured your oil sample is below the action level.

These kits are an appropriate method for testing DIELECTRIC FLUID (transformer oil) ONLY. They cannot be used to determine PCB contamination of other types of used oils (i.e. used motor oil or other types of lubricants/industrial oils).

Related Papers (PDF Downloads)

  • Clor-N-Oil 20 ppm Instructions - January 1, 2006 || Download
  • Clor-N-Oil 20, 50, 500 - July 27, 2015 || Download
  • Clor-N-Oil Frequently Asked Questions - November 20, 2009 || Download
Technical Papers:
  • Available Options for the Analysis of PCBs (DTR-12-02) - March 1, 1992 || Download
  • PCB Determination, Simple/Low Cost or Complex/Expensive (DTR-11-03) - July 13, 1991 || Download
  • A Comparison of Current PCB Analytical Techniques (DTR-11-01) - July 13, 1991 || Download
  • One Example Where Chromatography May Not be the Best Method (DTR-10-02) - July 1, 1990 || Download
  • Clor-N-Oil Test Kits as a Risk Mgmt. Tool (DTR-07-01) - July 13, 1987 || Download
  • Clor-N-Oil Test Kits as a PCB Screening Tool (DTR-05-01) - July 13, 1985 || Download
  • Field Determination of PCB in Transformer Oil Clor-N-Oil Kit (DTR-03-01) - July 13, 1983 || Download
  • Clor-N-Oil Field Test Program (DTP-04-01) - November 1, 1983 || Download
  • U.S. EPA SW-846 Method 9079 (DMR-16-02) - June 13, 1997 || Download


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