EPA Protocol / Environmental Monitoring Gas
If you can’t trust your EPA protocol gas mixtures, the integrity of your instruments could be compromised. And in an industry like yours, an inaccurate reading could lead to serious – and expensive – consequences.
Our zero-grade and certified support gases are produced in conformance with EPA specifications and certified to assure stable – and repeatable – emissions analyzer operation. We’re listed on the EPA’s Emissions Monitoring Protocol Gas Verification Program List, proof that we guarantee our numbers so you can guarantee yours!
ISO 17025 lab vs. ISO 9001 lab – What’s the difference?
While ISO/IEC 9001:2008 indicates compliance with best practices in general manufacturing operations, an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation is specific to laboratories performing testing and calibrations. Standards for accreditation are so stringent that only a handful of companies nationwide have achieved ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation. ILMO is one of them.
All ILMO gases are NIST SRM/NTRM gas standard traceable – the most reputable industry standard for gas analysis. All cylinders are individually analyzed and pressure checked to ensure quality, and all gas batches have been monitored for purity assurance.
How can uncertainty be a good thing?
Actually, stated uncertainty is essential to understanding the accuracy of your gas mixture and producing accurate reports. Without stated uncertainty, a gas cannot have traceability. Do you know your gas supplier’s stated uncertainty? All ILMO calibration gases are National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST) traceable, the most reputable industry standard for gas analysis.
The Exact Gas You Need, Every Time
For decades, ILMO Specialty Gases has been providing custom calibration mixtures for power plants, coal mines, and industrial environments – anywhere accurate and precise gases are needed.