Send Your Samples – ASTM D6866, EN 15440, ISO 13833
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Sending samples to Beta Analytic is easy.
Prepare the recommended quantity of sample material
Sampling CO2 gas directly from the emissions of a facility will provide the most accurate calculation of total renewable fuel used. You may submit as little as 2 cc of CO2 in a gas collection bag if the sample is not diluted. Please ensure that the gas bag is only 3/4 full and placed in a sturdy box. We also recommend that you take a duplicate sample in the event of a leakage.
For details on how to collect gas samples, see ASTM D7459.
The lab also accepts gas samples stored in absorbent cartridges and vacutainers.
For RDF, SRF, tires, waste, and sludge, send at least 5 grams (25 grams maximum) of material representative of the particular fuel being analyzed.
For tires, the best option to get a representative sample is to submit CO2 samples (collection guidelines under ASTM D7459). If not possible, what is important is that you take a cross section of the tire or the equivalent sample that represents the entire composition of the tire. Although 5 grams of tire is more than sufficient for an ASTM D6866 analysis, it might not be representative of the tire sample.
Unless otherwise instructed, we will subsample the submitted material in a quantity reasonable for the analytical method. If there are any special instructions to ensure the subsample best represents the client’s interests, please discuss with the laboratory prior to analysis. Since the laboratory cannot be experts in all manufacturing processes and products, the responsibility for analysis of a representative subsample lies with the client/submitter.
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Please use this label for customs declaration: “Carbon NCM Number 2803.00 – for scientific study – to be destroyed entirely during the analysis – no commercial value.” Customs and carriage value: 1 USD Harmonized Tariff Number (HS code) – 280300
When sending samples directly to the US, please make sure that the shipping company you choose takes full responsibility to clear the package with US customs. You are welcome to contact us for shipping advice.
A Beta representative will contact you to confirm the safe arrival of your samples and to quote you a delivery date for the results.
Turnaround time – Our quoted turnaround time starts following day of receipt at the Miami laboratory excluding weekends.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING OUR COMMITMENT TO PROMISED DELIVERY AND ASSOCIATED ANALYTICAL COSTS – Analyses are started immediately upon receipt of samples to best ensure we meet our promised delivery. This means that charges are also incurred immediately upon receipt of samples. Change orders are welcome, but please be aware that partial or full charges will apply based on how much work has been completed by the time of the change request.