Accredited Air Analysis

Compressed breathing air must be analyzed in an accredited laboratory and according to the standards issued by the CSA.
Are you breathing quality compressed air conforms to CSA standards?
Compressed breathing air used by fire departments, divers, or industries workers must be analyzed.

ACR Canada provides air analysis service for high and low pressure systems using the equipment and procedures meeting the standards. Once completed sample, it will be sent to the laboratory to be analyzed according to the applicable standard.

Here are the most common types of analysis:

CSA Z180.1

Compressed breathing air and systems

CSA Z275.2

Occupational safety code for diving operations

Turnaround time at the laboratory:
ANALYSIS SERVICEPRICE TABLE
STANDARD 5 DAYS100%
EXPEDITED 3 DAYS+25 %
URGENT 48 HOURS+50%
URGENT 24 HOURS+100%
URGENT 12 HOURS+150%

Analysis Service

Performed by our technicians

By appointment or during a maintenance of your filling station, our technician will be able to take the air sample. When the lab we will forward the results of the analysis, we will send it to you by email.

I want to do it myself

If you choose to conduct yourself in sampling the air sample for analysis, simply contact us by phone to order a sample kit.

Make sure of the following before using the kit:
  • Up to date filtration of your filling station.
  • Follow the instructions included in the kit.
  • Fill the enclosed technical sheet with the kit.
Once the sampling completed, return us the kit and we will dispatch it to the laboratory.

What will happen if the analysis fails?

1- We will contact you upon receipt of the results to inform you.

2- We will evaluate with you the possible causes and determine the measures to be taken to resolve the situation and minimize risks to users' health.

3- Once restored condition, a new analysis must be performed.