Date: Thu, 3 May 2007 16:35:03 -0500
Reply-To: Diane Amell <Diane.Amell**At_Symbol_Here**STATE.MN.US>
Sender: DCHAS-L Discussion List <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU>
From: Diane Amell <Diane.Amell**At_Symbol_Here**STATE.MN.US>
Subject: Re: Hg vapor detection
Comments: To: Russell Vernon
On page 4 of the report listed below, the MN Dept. of Health has a table
listing four different meters and their features:
The report is actually on a house contaminated with mercury, but
further in the report there is some discussion on comparing results by
two of the different meters.
See for information on
the MN Pollution Control Agency's newest "meter". (They have also used
Lumex and Tekran meters).
As for us, we had a Jerome meter that is now obsolete and no longer
used. We do personal air sampling for those few cases when mercury is an
- Diane Amell, MNOSHA
>>> Russell Vernon  5/3/2007 11:45 AM >>>

Dear DivCHAS Members,

Other than the Jerome 431X and the Reliable Instruments MVA-1 what, if
any portable mercury vapor analyzers might you be able to recommend?



Russell Vernon, Ph.D. 
UC System-wide Field Safety Working Group Chair
Laboratory / Research Safety Specialist & Integrated Waste Manager
Environmental Health & Safety 
University of California, Riverside 
900 University Ave. 
Riverside, CA 92521 


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