New Methods – PFAS
PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances)
ARL now is NATA accredited for PFAS analysis in Waters and Soils
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are an emerging contaminant of concern. PFAS are a family of manufactured chemicals which do not naturally occur in the environment. This group of compounds is considered to have a high environmental impact as they are persistent chemicals and bio-accumulate.
PFAS are widely used in a range of industrial applications, such as fire-fighting foams (AFFF), textiles, preservatives, food packaging, carpet-care treatments, floor wax and polish as well as hydraulic oil for airplanes.
The sample is analysed by a measured volume of water/or mass of soil/solid being extracted and concentrated by Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) and is then analysed by LCMS using isotopically labelled internal standards.
Low Level LOR (60mL PP Bottle)
Trace Level LOR (250mL PP Bottle)
Standard LOR (250g PP Jar)
Contact the Laboratory to order your PFAS approved bottles HERE