• Standards Enable Sulphur Tier III USLG Testing Requirements

Analytical Instrumentation

Standards Enable Sulphur Tier III USLG Testing Requirements

Feb 20 2016

The global standardisation institutes (like EPA) continue to publish new requirements for acceptable levels of air pollution allowed by motor vehicles exhaust. One of the most important concerns is the emission of sulphur components, which significantly contribute to environmental pollution.

The most recent US EPA goal is to reduce the emission of sulphur from 30 mg/kg down to 10 mg/kg by early 2017. This trend follows similar legislations in Europe and Japan, and other regions are expected follow in due time.

DCG Partnership (USA) offers laboratory operators the necessary Certified Reference Standards to enable the adequate calibration when using the Trace Elemental Combustion technique (e.g. ASTM D5453) or ED-XRF technique (e.g. ASTM D7220).

Please contact customerservice@dcgpartnership.com for detailed information.

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