Asbestos Test Kit 5 PK (Same Day) Schneider Labs
Check for the presence of Cancer causing asbestos fibers.
SLGi Home Test Kits are easy and simple to use. All tests are run by approved methods. Kit comes complete with everything needed to sample for the amount of Asbestos in the home or office.
Analysis Fee is included in the price. NO hidden fees. Professional and accurate analytical results are available to view online no later than 6 PM the same day we receive your kit in our lab. If we receive your kit on Saturday, you will get your results no later than 6 PM the following business day. If you are submitting a kit with multiple samples (eg 5 Pack or 10 Pack), your samples must be submitted in one shipment only.
Please note: This kit includes an overnight waybill to ship back to our lab, but is sent to you via ground. Transit time to your location, and back to our lab is not factored into the same day turnaround. The same day counter begins when your kit is received in our lab. Return shipping of your sample to our lab normally takes 1-5 business days. If you'd like to expedite shipping to your location, please reach out to us before your purchase.
- Pre-Packaged Gloves
- Zip-Lock Bag(s)
- Registration Instructions Sheet
- Return Overnight Shipping Label
Disclaimer: The state of New York requires asbestos samples that are held together with organic binders (i.e. adhesives, mastics, and floor tiles) to be prepped using a process that adds an additional 8 hours to the analysis. Due to this any samples of this type will be reported by noon the following business day. If your sample(s) is collected in New York, per state guidelines, all loose fill attic or bulk vermiculite are designated and treated as asbestos containing material. No approved analytical method is allowed and results will state that the sample is considered asbestos containing. Also, New York asbestos regulations state that non-detect or trace results in Non-Friable Organically Bound (NOB) material are inconclusive since PLM is not consistently reliable in detecting asbestos. TEM is currently the only method that can be used to determine if NOB material can be treated as asbestos containing.
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