Date: Fri, 4 May 2007 11:40:15 -0700
Reply-To: Gordon Miller <miller22**At_Symbol_Here**LLNL.GOV>
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From: Gordon Miller <miller22**At_Symbol_Here**LLNL.GOV>
Subject: Re: Hg vapor detection
In-Reply-To: <s63a0f4a.093**At_Symbol_Here**>

See: for the Lumex 
instrument and for the 
Nippon Instruments unit (that looks like a uv spectrophotometer type) 
and for Tekran. Most 
of us know AZI/Jerome.

Does anybody have or know of someone with experience using the Lumex 
or Nippon Instruments units?

>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
>Direct: (951) 827-5119
>Admin: (951) 827-5528
>Fax: (951) 827-5122

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