- Stack sample particle size distribution (including PM10 & PM2.5)
- Stack particle shape analysis
- Stack particulate matter identification
- Method 5 particle size distribution
- Method 202 particle size distribution
- Stack back half catch residue identification (Method 202)
- Stack filter debris analysis
- Stack condensable analysis
- Ambient air sample characterization
- Microscopy particle size distribution analysis
- Litigation Support
- Stack Particle Size Analysis FAQ
- Sample “Sizing” Report
- “Stack Emission Particle Measurement”
- “Stack Particle Sizing”
- “Stack Compliance Test Failure”
- “Stack Particle Size Distributions –
- “Stack Sample Weight Compliance”
For more information on Stack Sample Testing analysis,
contact Tim Vander Wood at
770.662.8509 or by email.
To help stack testers and their clients determine particle size distributions for these sources, MVA Scientific Consultants has developed microscopy-based methods of particle size distribution measurements.
These methods have provided valuable compliance data for power generators, boiler operators, cement kilns, waste incinerators and other operations where particulate emissions must be controlled. These methods can also be used to determine the particle size distributions in engineering studies, providing particle size data for use in design and optimization of emission control systems.
- What is in their particulate emission samples?
- Why are they out of compliance?
- Where in the process do the particles or M202 condensables come from?
MVA can help answer these questions using the same microscopy based particle characterization techniques.