ACZ Laboratories, Inc. has a long standing reputation as one of the top laboratories in the United States for low-level metals analysis.
ACZ is one of the few commercial labs in the country to run EPA 200.8 & 6020 ICP-MS Metals in a class 100 cleanroom. The combination of ICP-MS and the class 100 cleanroom offers major advantages over trace ICP and GFAA analyses. ICP-MS produces higher quality data because it is less susceptible to matrix interferences and it provides lower detection limits, giving greater confidence in data that is near regulatory limits. All three of ACZ’s Agilent 7500C instruments use a second generation Octopole Reaction System (ORS) to eliminate polyatomic interferences, known as the 7500CE configuration.
Prepping and analyzing samples in the cleanroom greatly reduces the possibility of laboratory contamination. ACZ was one of the first laboratories in the nation to purchase an ICP-MS in 1991. With over twenty-one years of ICP-MS experience, multiple instruments and all prep and analysis being conducted in a cleanroom, our clients are assured of the most accurate low-level metals data available.
Full Service Inorganic Chemistry Capabilities Include:
- Trace Metals via ICP & ICP-MS
- Ultra Low-level Mercury via CVAFS EPA 1631
- Mercury via CVAA EPA 245.1 & 7470a
- Mercury in solids via EPA 7473
- Arsenic Speciation via HPLC-ICP-MS
- Selenium Speciation via SM 3114
- Selenium via ICP-MS & Hydride Generation (HGAA)
- Wet Chemistry (IC, FIA, TOC, Discreet Analyzer, Auto Titrator, Spectrophotometer)
- Carbon (TC, TOC, TIC, DIC, DOC)
- Cyanide (Free, Available, Thiocyanate, Total, WAD)
- Chromium Speciation via SM 3500
- Rare Earth Elements via ICP-MS
ACZ has the experienced staff, class 100 cleanroom and instrumentation to produce highest quality, defensible data, regardless of the sample matrix.