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A bulk analysis test method is used when it is not practical or representative to test an individual sample as a whole or component piece - the product sample is tested 'in bulk'.
Still wish to collect and send a sample in? If so: Dampen area to sample. ... Cut, break, pinch, scrape, or gather a small amount of the building material. ... Collect sample from an inconspicuous area that is representative of the material. ... Place each sample in a sealable plastic sandwich bag.
The purpose of bulk sampling is to collect representative samples of materials that are suspected to be asbestos-containing. The purpose of laboratory analysis is to determine whether asbestos is present and, if present, the type and percentage content.
Use a small \u201czip-lock\u201d bag to contain the sample. The bag should be clean and dry. Before taking the sample, wet the material to be sampled with a fine mist of water containing a few drops of detergent (this will minimize the release of asbestos fibres).
The asbestos minerals can be identified using several methods. Commonly, phase contrast polarized light microscopy (PLM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) are used. Other potential techniques include X-ray diffraction (XRD) and possibly infra-red spectroscopy (IRS).
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40 CFR part 763.86(c) says that \u201can accredited inspector shall collect bulk samples [plural] from each homogeneous area of friable miscellaneous material that is not assumed to be asbestos containing material.\u201d Therefore, at least two samples must be taken.
Asbestos testing usually falls into two categories: bulk sample and air sample testing. As testing methods, we typically use Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) for bulk samples and Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) for air samples. 80% of the samples collected are bulk.
Use a small \u201czip-lock\u201d bag to contain the sample. The bag should be clean and dry. Before taking the sample, wet the material to be sampled with a fine mist of water containing a few drops of detergent (this will minimize the release of asbestos fibres).

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