L2000DX Reagents - SOIL (LP-SRK)

L2000DX Reagents - SOIL (LP-SRK)
Analytes PCB's, Chlorinated Organics
Matrix Soil
Detection Method Electrochemical
Action Levels 3 ppm - 2000 ppm
MDL 3 ppm
MQL 9 ppm
Interferences Non-Analyte Chlorine
Overall Accuracy 10% +/- MDL
Analysis Time 10 minutes
Catalog Number LP-SRK
Packaging packs of 20 tests, bulk packs of 200 tests

Test Reagents for PCB and Other Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Soil

WARNING:
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On-Site Test Reagents for PCB and Other Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Soil

U.S. EPA SW-846 Method 9078

The L2000DX PCB/Chloride analyzer is a field portable instrument incorporating an ion specific electrode that can quantify chlorinated compounds in *all types of soil. Soils contaminated with PCBs, chlorinated solvents or chlorinated pesticides/herbicides can be tested on-site in just 10 minutes saving time and money over costly, time consuming laboratory analysis.

The L2000DX analyzer is preprogrammed with conversion factors for all major Aroclors and most chlorinated pesticides and solvents. The precanned programs are easily selected from a menu to perform routine analysis of common chlorinated organic compounds. The built-in methods include corrections for extraction efficiencies, dilution factors and blank contributions.

After an initial extraction, a sodium reagent converts the chlorinated organic compound to chloride which can then be detected and measured by the chloride ion specific electrode. The raw chloride reading is then converted to ppm of the analyte selected from the menu. Analysis results are displayed on the LCD screen, but can also be stored for later print-out, up-loaded to a PC via the RS-232 serial port or sent directly to the on-board 40 column thermal printer. The on-board printer can be programmed to print customized information such as user name and sample number.

The usable measurement range for soils is (MDL) 2 ppm to 2000 ppm. Inorganic chloride, i.e. road salt, will not interfere with the test.

*Some soils, such as wet clays, can pose an extraction problem. For information on dealing with difficult to solvate soils, please go to L2000DX 2-Step Soil Reagents.

Technical Hint Videos

Related Papers (PDF Downloads)

Manuals:
  • L2000DX User's Manual - March 8, 2010 || Download
MSDS:
  • L2000DX Oil/Soil Reagents - September 11, 2014 || Download
FAQs:
  • No FAQs available
Technical Papers:
  • Improved Extraction Efficiency of PCB from Soil (DTR-17-02) - July 9, 1997 || Download
  • Determination of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Concentration in Soil (DTR-17-01) - July 9, 1997 || Download
  • Effect of Transformer Oil and Petroleum Hydrocarbons on PCB Screening (DTR-14-03) - July 15, 1994 || Download
  • Comparison of PCB Test Methods to Different Aroclors (DTR-14-02) - July 15, 1994 || Download
  • Comparison of Popular Screening Methods for PCB in Soil (DTR-13-02) - July 14, 1993 || Download
  • Available Options for the Analysis of PCBs (DTR-12-02) - March 1, 1992 || Download
  • Application of a new PCB Field Analysis Technique for Site Assessment (DTR-12-01) - March 1, 1992 || Download
  • Case Study of New Field Screening Tool for PCB Soil Contamination (DTR-11-02) - 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
  • Alternative Methods of PCB Analysis (DTR-10-01) - January 1, 1990 || Download
  • U.S. EPA SW-846 Method 9078 (DMR-16-01) - June 13, 1997 || Download

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