Control Asbestos Air Monitoring


Control asbestos air monitoring involves testing the air to measure the level of respirable airborne asbestos fibers in an area during work on asbestos containing materials. Control monitoring is designed to test the effectiveness of control measures while work or removal is undertaken on asbestos containing materials.

Clearance Asbestos Air Monitoring


Clearance asbestos air monitoring tests the air to measure the level of airborne asbestos fibers in an area following work or removal of asbestos containing materials. An area is ‘cleared’ when the level of airborne asbestos fibers is measured as being below 70 structures per millimeter squared (AHERA TEM). For PCM sampling and analysis using

Background Asbestos Air Monitoring


Background asbestos air monitoring involves testing the air for respirable fibers prior to work, which may disturb known asbestos materials.

Asbestos Air Montoring


Asbestos air monitoring checks for the presence of respirable asbestos fibers in the air to assist with the assessment of exposure and the effectiveness of control measures. Respirable asbestos fibers are less than 3 μm wide and more than 5 μm long, and have a length to width ratio of more than 3:1. Generally undertaken

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