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HOW TO DISPOSE OF HAZCAT WASTE

HOW TO DISPOSE OF HAZCAT WASTE HazCat® waste is often disposed of by simply bulking it with the waste at the site. There are instances where this is not acceptable. It is the HazCat® user’s responsibility to determine compatibility of HazCat® waste with bulk waste and to determine the waste stream. All HazCat® reagents are […]

What’s That Smell?

Things like toluene, hexane, alcohol, ammonia hydroxide and xylene all produce odors.  Make sure the little washer is under the black caps on the bottles. The ammonia/acetate reagent (RE-2313) does produce an odor that is similar to vinegar and maybe somewhat sweet To alleviate the problem….Odors are from vapors and they are generated faster when […]

What HazCat Materials Are Perishable?

HazCat 2.0 Perishable Items List RE2312 – Dithizone in Methylene Chloride 1-2 years RE2314 – Aluminon 2 years RE2315 – a,a”-Dipyridyl 2 years RE2330 – Alizarin 2 years HW4005 – Agri-Screen Test Kit 1 Year HW4012 – Clor-n-Oil 6 months HW4047 – Peroxide Test Strips 1-2 years DTK7842 – Detector Tube Kit check date   **CALL […]

HazCat 1.0 vs. 2.0

Liquid Acid Charts Summary: The updated version of the liquid acids chart allows technicians to identify 5 – 6 new acidic liquids.  The updated version includes several new tests which include Bromide Iodide Test, Ammonium Salts Test, Sulfate-Sulfite Test, Heavy Metals Test, Carboxylate Test, and Boron Tests. Modifications to the instructions, reagents, outcomes, and sequence […]

REFURBISHING YOUR HAZCAT KIT

During the production of our HazCat Kits and their affiliated options, we have made a series of the latest technological and user friendly changes which will allow the kits to be used effectively in the field for an extended amount of time.  These changes enable the end user the ability to keep their original purchased […]

What Materials Can Hazcat Identify

Which chemicals can be identified by HazCat? A competent user can identify thousands of chemicals with the HazCat System. Here are a few of the more common, from “A” to “Z”: Acetaldehyde Acetic Acid Acetone Aluminum Ammonia Ammonium nitrate Ammonium perchlorate Aniline Arsenic Arsenic acid Asbestos Benzoyl peroxide Bleach Boric acid Boron Cadmium Diesel fuel […]