Compressed Breathing Air Testing - Trace Analytics, the AirCheck Lab
Compressed Breathing Air Testing2022-07-22T14:49:34-06:00

Compressed Breathing Air Testing

Our AirCheck✓™ Team of Experts is only a few clicks away. For over 30 years, Trace Analytics has been the leader in the industry for compressed breathing air testing. Contact us via our website and our team will respond quickly to your needs.

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Industries We Serve

scuba diving compressed breathing air testing

Commercial and Sport Dive

Trace Analytics offers the AirCheck✓™ Kit and laboratory services to all sport dive retailers and commercial dive sites.

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NFPA 1989 fire compressed breathing air testing

Fire/NFPA 1989

Test compressed breathing air to the NFPA 1989 Standard with an easy-to-use air testing kit and professional laboratory.

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military compressed breathing air testing

Government and Military

Breathing air testing for the United States military and government as well as international governing bodies.

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osha breathing air testing

OSHA and General Industry

Meet breathing air requirements for compressed air used in welding, sandblasting, spray painting, chemical spill cleaning, and more.

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Medical gas testing for compressed air

Medical Air & Gas

Meet breathing air requirements for compressed air used in medical gas applications to meet NFPA99 requirements.

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Why Choose Trace Analytics?

Accredited

Our A2LA accredited laboratory is an unbiased third-party laboratory with no financial interest in other compressed air products. The extensive quality control procedures at Trace’s lab ensures that you will receive quality data. Trace is an A2LA accredited laboratory complying with ISO 17025, certificate #0322-01.

Easy to Use Kits

The AirCheck✓ Kit™ is designed for use with compressed breathing air specifications requiring a dry dew point, such as ISO 8573, NFPA 1989, CGA, ISPE, and more. Other specifications are available. These kits are typically used by food, packaging, medical device, pharmaceutical, nuclear, scuba divers, fire departments and industrial breathing air facilities to test compressed air to meet their requirements.

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Satisfaction

Compressed air has been our specialty since 1989 — our AirCheck✓™ Team of Experts has decades of experience in the specific field of compressed air and environmental analyses, testing, and troubleshooting. Excellent customer service, and the desire to provide a more efficient and accurate testing experience, have been the backbone of our company since 1989 — and still hold true today. We pride ourselves on the level of customer service we provide — it is the core of our relationship with all of our customers.

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Testing Made SimpleAccurateEasy

Trace Analytics’ laboratory is accredited by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation. We use state-of-the-art lab equipment that allows us to analyze hundreds of compressed air and environmental samples daily. The result is consistency, accuracy, precision, and rapid turnaround. Trace is an A2LA accredited laboratory complying with ISO 17025, certificate #0322-01.

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Trace Analytics Blog

December 2020 IFSQN Webinar: “Microbial Testing in Ambient Air”

The International Food Safety And Quality Network hosts a monthly webinar for food manufacturers called “Food Safety Fridays.” In the last Food Safety Fridays of 2020, Trace Analytics’ Lab Director Maria Sandoval hosted a webinar discussing the importance of microbial testing in ambi [...]

Ambient Air Testing for Microorganisms

Microbes are ubiquitous, they’re all around us all of the time. This year, microbes have made some big headlines such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the multi-million-dollar Listeria contamination recall at Texas’ Blue Bell Creamery. Microorganism contamination can wreak havoc on compa [...]

Determining Moisture Content in Compressed Breathing Air Systems

Excess moisture in a compressed air system can cause significant problems for our customers. The limit for water vapor in most specifications is all about preventing the freezing of the regulator in an SCBA. While water vapor doesn’t hurt the individual, not having air to breathe doe [...]

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