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Pace Analytical® Services offers deep, decades long experience in air quality testing and analysis – and the fastest turnaround times in the industry.
Pace Air laboratories have the capabilities to support virtually any application of air, and air quality testing. We also offer air contaminant expertise, including volatile compounds, semi-volatile dioxin, furan, and permanent and/or fixed gases. A representative sample of our air quality testing capabilities include:
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Pace Analytical® Services offers deep, decades-long experience in air quality testing and analysis – and the fastest turnaround times in the industry.
Air Testing Methodologies
3C/D1946 (PCT, Mpls, PN)
Permanent/Fixed Gases – He, CO2, O2, CO (% level reporting)*
BTEX, trimethylbenzenes, MTBE, THC as gas (C6-C10)
Method 18 modified (PN)
BTEX, MTBE, TPH low fraction (C6-10)
Methane, Ethane, Ethene, Propane (ppm level reporting)
Methane, Ethane, Ethene (ppm level reporting)
Pesticides and Polychlorinated Biphenyls Aroclors Congeners Homoglogs
Dioxin and Furan PCDD/PCDF
Determination of Pesticides and Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Ambient Air
Volatile Organic Compounds
TO-15 scan (PCT, Mpls, PN)
Volatile Organic Compounds (“low level”)*
TO-15 SIM (PCT, Mpls, PN)
Volatile Organic Compounds (“ultra low level”)*
TO-15 SIM scan (PCT, Mpls)
Volatile Organic Compounds (“ultra low level”, full list)*
Volatile Organic Compounds (sorbent based)
Massachusetts APH (PCT, Mpls)
Air-Phase Petroleum Hydrocarbons – Aliphatic & Aromatic carbon ranges
Method 23 (Mpls)
Dioxin & Furan
NIOSH 0500 (PCT)
NIOSH 0600 (PCT)
NIOSH 5503 (PCT)
NIOSH 6009 (PCT)
Method 325B (GC)
Passive benzene via 325
PM 10 & PM 2.5 (PCT)
Determination of Fine Particulate Matter in Indoor Air
RSK 175 (PCT, Mpls, PN, GC)
Analysis for Dissolved Methane, Ethane, Ethylene in groundwater
Product Off-Gassing (PCT)
Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Products/Materials
Soil Gas Kits (Mpls, PN, GC)
Kits vary by lab
*Available compounds vary by lab
PCT = Pace Con-Test (East Longmeadow, MA)
Mpls = Pace Minneapolis, MN Air Toxics Laboratory
PN = Pace Analytical National Center for Testing and Innovation (Nashville, TN)
GC = Pace Gulf Coast Laboratory (Baton Rouge, LA)
Air Sampling Canister Availability
Pace provides a variety of air sampling devices including our proprietary ezCANS, easy-to-use air sampling canisters. ezCANS arrive fully assembled and are vacuum- and leak-checked. ezCANS virtually eliminates field failures. And, like our standard canisters, ezCANS include a quick disconnect capability for clients requiring heightened quality control.
All Pace Analytical sampling materials are certified clean and contaminant-free. Available materials include:
Pace manufactures and maintains thousands of air sampling canisters in inventory, ensuring availability even during seasonal peaks of high demand.
Drop your samples off at one of our convenient lab locations or service centers or call us to request our courier or field sampling services
Air Testing Certifications
Pace is both NELAC and DoD certified. In addition, Pace also holds certifications for every state that requires air laboratory certification.
Air Testing Projects. View examples of Pace Air testing, analysis, and monitoring projects across matrices and methodologies.
Partner with Pace Air Lab Experts
Trust your air testing to the experts. At Pace Analytical, only trained air laboratory specialists will work on your project. And along with our people, we continually invest in our methods, instruments, and processes to ensure you receive the highest degree of quality analytical data and service.
Contact us to learn more or to get your project started.
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Vapor Intrusion Guidance Support
Vapor Intrusion is an area of growing concern as multiple states enact regulations in response to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) vapor intrusion guidance. According to the USEPA, vapor intrusion occurs when volatile chemicals migrate from contaminated groundwater or soil into an overlying building.
Because volatile chemicals can emit vapors through subsurface soil and into indoor air spaces, they need to be investigated. State and Federal guidelines suggest an approach that begins with simple screening and gradually progresses to a more complex, site-specific assessment. Pace Analytical has extensive experience in the implementation of USEPA Vapor Intrusion Guidance as well as state-level regulations.