Clor-D-Tect Halogen Test Kit
|Scanner Description||Clor-D-Tect Halogen Test Kit|
|Brand Name||APPROVED SUPPLIER||Package Quantity||10|
|Item||Chlorine Test Kit|
U.S. EPA SW-846 Method 9077
ASTM Method D-5384
U.S. EPA regulations (Federal Register 40 CFR 266.40 and 279.44) require that used oil to be burned for energy recovery must contain less than 1000 ppm total halogens (4000 is the permissible limit if determined that the halogens are not from a listed hazardous waste - see Clor-D-Tect Q4000). Dexsil's Clor-D-Tect test kits are designed for on-site testing of used oil to ensure compliance with EPA regulations quickly and accurately.
Clor-D-Tect 1000 provides "go, no-go" results at1000 ppm. Used oil transporters, generators, and facilities that recycle or re-refine used oil can incorporate Clor-D-Tect 1000 into their management of used oil to prevent costly hazardous waste from being mixed with non-contaminated oil. Generators can identify and label their used oil, hazardous or non-hazardous, for proper management and disposal. Clor-D-Tect 1000 is ideal for spot-checking oil before it is accepted, transported, or introduced into larger holding tanks. The test takes less than 5 minutes to run with no special training. Each kit contains everything needed to complete one test, and reagents are premeasured and sealed in glass ampules to ensure consistent results.
Compliance & RestrictionsWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Naphthalene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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|VMRS (ATA) CODES||053-011-002||CLOR-D-TECT HLGN TEST KI|
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