Dedicated to Providing Compressed Air Testing Solutions
Established in November of 1989, Trace Analytics, LLC is an A2LA accredited laboratory
specializing in the analysis of compressed air and gas used in manufacturing
, breathing air
and medical gases used in medical facilities
. Our AirCheck✓™ Team of Experts
is available to assist you with all of your compressed air testing needs. Our compressed air sampling kits
— the AirCheck✓ Kits™
— are designed to capture compressed air and gas samples for purity analysis by our laboratory. We can accommodate Compressed Air & Gas Testing Specifications
like ISO 8573, NFPA 1989, NFPA 99, OSHA, CGA, CSA, and many more. Contact Us
to discuss your compressed air testing needs.
A2LA Accredited Laboratory
Trace Analytics, LLC undergoes a rigorous, third party evaluation for technical competence by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation
. The evaluation criteria is based on the internationally accepted standard ISO/IEC 17025 which is used for the evaluation of laboratories throughout the world. ISO/IEC 17025 covers the same quality management system principles that are addressed in ISO 9001 registration.
By selecting Trace Analytics, you can be confident that you are using a technically competent lab with a sound quality system in place. Our laboratory participates in a quarterly proficiency testing program as an on-going demonstration of competence.
Nationwide Independent Service Distributors
We provide air quality analyses to thousands of customers worldwide. Using the appropriate model of the AirCheck✓ Kit™
, you can take your own samples or select a service distributor from our network of over 100 independent AirCheck✓™ Service Distributors
nationwide. Many of these distributors can also provide you with compressor maintenance, filter upgrades, and expert consulting.
Trace Analytics is proud to be the air testing laboratory to whom many major compressor manufacturers prefer to send their air samples.
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