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Where to Have Dust Analyzed? Dust Test Kit Makes it Easy.
Dust Test Kit: In the indoor environment, settled dust may contain allergens and contaminants. To identify the allergens and contaminants that may be present in your home, use the dust sampling kit. The nature, type and contents of these allergens may vary depending upon the time and place the dust collects. The assessment of allergens in a house dust sample is an essential step for allergen-avoidance and provides information essential for allergen-reducing measures. The composition of the dust samples helps manage the indoor environment from a health and hygiene point of view. You cannot manage what you do not measure. Analyze dust in your home with the House Dust Testing Kit to better understand what contaminants may be present and use it help mitigate the root cause of the issue if one exists.
Household Dust Lab Analysis
House Dust Test Kit provides Single Plex Testing for: Dust mite (Der p 1, Der f 1P), Cockroach (Bla g 2), Animals (cat (Fel d 1), dog (Can f 1) or Molds. The laboratory analysis is conducted by WTI laboratory services, a world-class, accredited microscopy laboratory managed by onsite PhDs and Environmental Scientists. Your dust test is in good hands. When your dust samples are received by the lab your household dust testing begins. The laboratory scans your sample for the presence of allergens and contaminants that may be present. When the dust analysis is completed, a final report included in the cost of the House Dust Allergen Screen Check is compiled. EDLab utilizes state-of-the-art MARIATM technology from Indoor Biotechnologies (www.inbio.com) for the screening of house dust allergens.
Your final lab analysis report shows detailed information from the dust test analysis. It shows each allergen identified as measured in terms of micrograms of allergen per gram of dust sample. Our dust testing kit includes accredited laboratory analysis in the cost of the kit, so there are no hidden fees and you get the full data from a trusted, accredited lab. Your final dust analysis report is delivered by email within 10-14 business days from the receipt of your samples.
Common Indicators that Allergens May Be Present in Dust
- Dust shimmers in light
- Occupants sneeze
- Respiratory irritation
- Runny nose
- Itchy or watery eyes
- Nasal congestion
- Foggy head
- Trouble resting
Dust Test Kit Suggested Sampling Locations:
At least 1 gram (or 1 tablespoon) of solid dust collection is needed for analysis.
1. Carpet: This kit is designed to collect dust from a carpet, so it’ll be best not to vacuum the floor in advance too closely to the date of the test. (See Sampling Instructions)
2. Heavy Dust Collection: Even If you do not have any carpet to sample, you can collect dust from almost any surface as long as there is a heavy dust build-up available for sampling. Between couch cushions, atop of out of reach shelves, etc. are places you can look.
Dust Sample Testing for Allergens and Contaminants
Dust Test Kit is a wide range test kit which covers many different allergens and contaminants that can be found in the indoor environment. When the question “where to have dust analyzed?” is asked, Dust Test Kit makes the answer easy. The results come right to you. The EPA has ranked indoor air pollution amongst the top five environmental dangers. Testing your indoor environment can help identify the contaminants present, if any, which your indoor environment and act as the first step to addressing them.
Dust Analysis Laboratory
This Dust Testing Kit includes a comprehensive dust analysis laboratory report provided by the accredited laboratory at WTI. You report is delivered by email to the address you provide with the submission of your sample.
How to Test Dust in Home
Dust Test includes lab fees and sample return shipping. There are no hidden fees. Get the dust test kit for easy do it yourself house dust sampling that includes lab analysis. Get Dust Test Kit today!
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