Best Formaldehyde Test Kit
Formaldehyde Test Kit makes it easy to tests your home or workplace for Formaldehyde. Formaldehyde gas is known for having a pungent odor and being a common air pollutant. Wood products such as furniture, cabinetry, and various flooring materials, as well as fabric coatings such as carpeting are main sources of formaldehyde in homes and workplaces. Formaldehyde commonly resides in the glues that hold these household items together. When the manufacturer does not cured them properly formaldehyde can escape into the air we breathe. The formaldehyde that is emitted from those items then lingers in our homes and workplaces and can cause adverse health issues. Screen for formaldehyde so action may be taken to prevent, or remove the source of formaldehyde exposure. Formaldehyde and the VOCs are known to be hazardous and toxic. Get the test kit today.
What does Formaldehyde Test Kit Do?
Formaldehyde Test Kit screens for the presence of formaldehyde and measures the concentration levels. First, choose where you would like to test. Where do you suspect formaldehyde may be present?
Then use the Bio-Badge for easily sample collection. Simply place the Bio-Badge in the area to be tested in by following the provided instructions. Next, the Bio-Badge absorbs present Formaldehyde particulates (particles) by collecting air from an indoor area of up to 2800 square feet. The Bio-Badge formaldehyde tester should be left in place for a 24-48 hour testing period (preferred sampling time is 24 hours).
Find out if there are elevated levels of formaldehyde that could be dangerous or have adverse health effects. Formaldehyde Test Kit is useful in evaluating the presence of formaldehyde in homes, commercial establishments, retail, hospitals, schools, hotels, airports, and more.
Building Health Check makes the best formaldehyde test kit and we are proud to offer this easy to use test kit to the DIY enthusiast! Test your indoor air quality for the presence of formaldehyde today.
Air Formaldehyde Test Kit
The air in your home or building may contain elevated levels of Formaldehyde from off-gassing of carpet, furniture, flooring, cabinets and other manufactured goods. Our easy to use formaldehyde tester make it a breeze to find out if you may be exposed to formaldehyde.
How to Test for Formaldehyde
The kit makes testing for formaldehyde easy. It comes with everything you need and includes all fees and lab shipping costs, so there are no surprise/hidden charges. The kit uses a patented Bio-Badge sampling device to collect your sample. Easy to follow instructions show step-by-step how to use the badge to collect a sample. Once testing begins, the badge should be left to collect the sample for 24 to 48 hours (24 hours is preferable). The Bio-Badge has the options to wear clipped to your clothes and left by your nightstand at night to test personal exposure, or it may be placed in a location to measure levels in that room. Lab test results and lab shipping fees are all included in the purchase price of the test kit.
When sampling is complete, mail your sample to Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory using the provided postage-paid envelope. Your sample will be tested and via email you will receive a results report detailing the levels of formaldehyde concentration found. Results are usually received within 7 to 10 business days (after your sample device is received by EDLab).
Accredited Lab Analysis and No Hidden Fees
Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab) provides a final report included in the cost of the Formaldehyde Test Kit. The test kit is all inclusive, there are no hidden fees, or lab shipping charges. The concentration levels of formaldehyde are reported in parts per million (ppm), and are compared to what is considered to be normal normal levels. Formaldehyde can be detected at levels as low as 0.002 parts per million (ppm) for a 24 hour test.
Once EDLab receives the Bio-Badge sample for analysis by our partner labs, your lab report will be generated and emailed within 7-10 business days.
Common Symptoms to Look for:
Burning eyes and throat, watering eyes, nausea, breathing problems, and can exacerbate asthma issues