Heinemann's Environmental Monitoring, Inc.
Heinenman's Environmental Monitoring, Inc.

Chemical Sensors

For periodic monitoring of exposure to chemicals used in healthcare facilities, here are reasons to use Chemical Sensors.

  • Used for more than 25 years in healthcare, the military, and some of the largest industrial corporations worldwide. First with monitoring badges for Formaldehyde, Glutaraldehyde, Ethylene Oxide, Nitrous Oxide, Hydrogen Peroxide and others. US and Japan Patents.
  • Meets OSHA, NIOSH and JCAHO requirements. Validated for accuracy. Award for Innovation-Paris Intermedica.
  • Analysis results within 48 hours. No extra costs for results in 1 day. Reports can be sent by e-mail or posted on a secure web site.
  • Once source for testing all chemicals used in healthcare facilities. See other side for a partial list.
  • Lowest cost! This is the lowest cost and easiest method to get accurate results of chemical exposure.

Measure Workplace Exposure To Toxic Vapors

Advanced Chemical Sensors badges include analysis performed in our American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Accredited Laboratory.

  • Results available within 48 Hours
  • Meets OSHA and Joint Commission Requirements

Convenient

  • Easy to wse-same badge for 15 minute or 8 hour sampling
  • All inclusive price for badge, analysis and report
  • Reports by phone, fax or e-mail.

Economic

  • This is the lowest cost method to measure exposure to toxic vapors

Reliable

  • Meets OSHA, NIOSH and JCAHO accuracy requirements
  • Validated analytical methods
  • AIHA and New York ELAP accredited laboratory. Fully reviewed QA/QC procedures.
  • ACS Vapor monitor badges have been used for 25 years. Based on US and Japan Patents

For the Healthcare professional

Monitoring badges for more than 100 other chemicals. If you need to monitor a chemical not listed, please call us.

Catalog No. Chemical Name
   
AC-10 Acetic Acid
OV-30 Chloroform
OV-31 Collodion
OV-35 Ethyl Alcohol
E-50 Ethylene Oxide
F-10 Formaldehyde
G-10 Glutaraldehyde
H-10 Hologenated Anesthetics *
HP-10 Hydrogen Peroxide
OV-56 Hyroquinone
OV-57 Isopropyl Alcohol
HG-10 Mercury Vapor
OV-60 Methyl Alcohol
M-10 Methyl Methacrylate
N-10 Nitrous Oxide
OP-10 o-Phthaladehyde
OV-100 Toluene
OV-115 Xylene
* Simultaneously on one badge: Isoflurane, Halothane, Desflurane, Sevoflurane.

Principal of Operation

The badge that you wear or place in the room collects a sample of the air. It is based on the principals of diffusion and chemical reaction inside the badge. The amount collected is measured in the laboratory. The results are reported as the average concentration in the air during the exposure time. This is what is required for compliance with occupational exposure regulations. It is the easiest way to ensure that working conditions are safe.

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