In order to assess the performance of continuous ambient air analyzers it is necessary to be able to subject them to known concentrations of the various pollutants being measured. The Environmental Laboratory Calibration Facility, in orderto accommodate this requirement, maintains a number of calibration systems which can be used to produce various calibration standards. These calibration standards may be classified as either primary (reference) or secondary (transer) standards. The primary calibration systems maintained by the Environmental Laboratory may be identified as follows: (i) Dilution of Pure Materials (ii) Permentation of Pure Materials (iii) NBS Certified Cylinders (iv) Calibrated Ozone Source (by UV Photometry or GPT)
BC Ministry of Environment. 1979. A Manual for the Calibration and Performance Auditing of Continuous Ambient Air Analyzers. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: manual, calibration, performance, continuous ambient air analyzer
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