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RAD166

radiello Cartridge Adsorbents

for sampling HF, NO2, and SO2, matrix microporous PE impregnated with wet TEA, pk of 20

NACRES:
NB.24

Agency

EPA IP-5C (*Note: This product is not officially specified in the method, it may be suitable for use for sampling compound(s) listed in the method*)
NIOSH 6700 (*Note: This product is not officially specified in the method, it may be suitable for use for the compound(s) listed in the method*)
NIOSH 7906 (*Note: This product is not officially specified in the method, it may be suitable for use for sampling compound(s) listed in the method*)

packaging

pk of 20

manufacturer/tradename

Radiello

technique(s)

passive air sampling: suitable

matrix

microporous PE impregnated with wet TEA

application(s)

air monitoring
environmental
industrial hygiene

compatibility

for sampling HF, NO2, and SO2

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General description

Several different Radiello cartridge adsorbents are available. Each of which are specific for sampling different classes of compounds. The dimensions for each cartridge are 60 mm L x 4.8 or 5.8 mm D. Each cartridge is designed for one time use with the exception of Radiello thermal desorption (TD) cartridge adsorbents.

Each cartridge arrives in a sealed glass or plastic tube wrapped in a transparent thermally sealed polyethylene (PE) bag. The same sealed tube can be used to store the cartridge after sampling prior to desorption/analysis. A sufficient number of adhesive barcode labels are included with every pack of cartridges for easy tracking of sampling date and time.

Note: To conduct air sampling using the Radiello system, Radiello diffusive bodies and triangular support plates must be ordered (separately) in addition to cartridge adsorbents. Radiello Starter Kits (RADxxxS) include all the necessary parts to complete a sampling.

Legal Information

radiello is a trademark of Institi Clinici Scientifici Maugeri

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Passive Sampling of Atmospheric Organic Contaminants
Esteve-Turrillas, F.A., et al.
Comprehensive Sampling and Sample Preperation, 1, 201-222 (2012)
Volatile organic compounds in air
Methods for the Determination of Hazardous Substances, 1-17 (1997)
Mayenite based supports for atmospheric NOx sampling
Cucciniello, R., et al.
Atmospheric Environment, 79, 666-671 (2013)
Monitoring of NO2 in the ambient air with passive samplers before and after a road reconstruction event
Stranger, M., et al.
Microchemical Journal, Devoted to the Application of Microtechniques in All Branches of Science, 90 (2), 93-98 (2008)
A Piechocki-Minguy et al.
The Science of the total environment, 366(1), 55-64 (2005-09-13)
Personal NO(2) exposure measurements were achieved during two campaigns in a large northern France city. These campaigns were following an innovating approach based on sequential exposure measurements by diffusive samplers distinguishing four categories of microenvironments ("home", "other indoor places", "transport"

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