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Work environment and safety measurements

Samples of chemical substances (incl. dust) and preparation for analysis

DescriptionPrice in EUR, excl. VAT

Material and apparatus preparation for analysis, sample acquisition for air in the work environment:

- one workplace 10.30
- two workplaces 20.42
- 3–4 workplaces 30.56
- for each next 5 workplaces 23.71

Sample acquisition and preparation for asbestoes and other fibre analysis:

- up to 3 workplaces

29.13

- every next 5 workplaces

21.30

Sample acquisition and preparation for analysis of atmosphere (1 location)

28.53

Preparation of material samples for analysis – medical products, construction materials, contact materials, etc. (1 sample)

9.66

Sample acquisition via passive carbon monitor for chemical assay

25.50

Sample acquisition for mass spectral analysis with thermal desorption tubes

23.53

Chemical substance analysis in workplace air and material

Description (substance to be determined)MethodPrice for 1 test in EUR, excl. VAT
Acetone (ketones) GC* 27.92
Acrylonitrile GC 38.84
Acrolein HELC** 36.58
Aldehydes:   
- Acetylaldehyde HELC 52.19
- Benzylaldehyde HELC 52.19
- Butanaldehyde HELC 52.19
- Formaldehyde HELC 52.19
- Propanaldehyde, etc. HELC 52.19
- if determining three aldehydes in one analysis HELC 104.41
- Formaldehyde SF*** 23.01
Amines HELC 36.53
Ammonium hydrate SP 22.79
Anaesthetic gases:   
- Forane GC 29.33
- Halotane GC 29.33
- Isofluorane GC 29.33
Aniline GC 36.88
Arsenic GC 37.44
Arsenic anhydride SP 37.44
Aromatic hydrocarbons:   
- Benzol GC 35.44
- Ethylbenzol GC 35.44
- Isopropylbenzol GC 35.44
- Xylol GC 35.44
- Sterol GC 35.44
- Toluol GC 35.44
- if determining three aromatic hydrocarbons in one analysis GC 82.95
Asbestos fibres **** 30.59
Asbestos identification in a material **** 41.69

Benzene

GC 29.33

Benzopyrene

FM 58.96

Cellosolves (ethylene glycol, propylene glycol ethers)

GC 29.33

Cyclohexane, cyclohexanone

GC 35.44

Mercury

SF 35.59

Oil aerosol

FM 23.48

Epichlorohydrin

GC 29.84

Esters:

- Acrylic acid esters (methylacrylate, methylmethacrylate and other acrylates)

GC 37.65

- Butylacetate

GC 37.65

- Ethylacetate

GC 37.65

- Acetic acid esters (acetates)

GC 37.65

- Phthalic acid esters (dibutylsulphate, diethylphthalate ad other phthalates)

GC 37.65

- for three esters in one analysis

GC 94.12

Ethylene diamine and other amino compounds

HELC 50.80

Acetic acid

SP 22.79

Phenols

GC 29.33

Phenol

SP 22.79

Phosgene

GC 37.56

Phosphorus and its organic compounds

SP 37.44

Phosphoric acid anhydrides

SP 37.44

Analysis of volatile organic compounds (three separate groups)

GC 78.24

Analysis of volatile organic compounds (five separate groups)

GC 124.40

Organic chlorine compounds:

- Chloroform GC 33.81
- Perchlorothylene GC 33.81
- Dichloroethane GC 33.81
- Tetrachlorocarbon GC 33.81
- Vinylchloride GC 33.81
- Trichloroethane GC 33.81
- for three chloro-organix compounds in one analysis GC 84.50
Hydrogen chloride, active chlorine SP 26.32
Isocyanate HELC 52.19

Caprolactam

GC 29.33

Total migration limit

**** 23.05

Cortisol (in saliva)

HELC 36.58

Thiol

**** 25.31

Sample preparation for metal determination and identification (aluminium, zinc, iron, chromium, cadmium, manganese, lead, copper, etc.), per metal

AAS 37.56

Sample preparation for metal determination and identification (three different metals in one analysis)

**** 75.13

pH determination in liquid samples

**** 3.54

Mass-spectral gas chromatography analysis for substance identification

GC 85.14

Methane, propane, butane, hexane (each)

GC 27.32

Sodium bases

SP 28.47

Carbon dioxide

**** 24.09

Carbon monoxide

**** 24.20

Carbohydrates in total by carbon (without identifying separate substances)

GC 35.44

Ozone

SP 37.56

Petroleum

 GC 35.44

Polychlorated, polybromated compounds (pesticides, polychlorated biphenyls, flame retardants, etc.)

GC 79.52

Dust particle number and size determination

**** 30.59

Determination of microscopic dust particle mass in air

**** 31.45

Determination of surface area of microscopic dust particles in air

**** 43.26

Determination of number of microscopic dust particles in air

**** 40.98

Determination of dust concentration in workplace air (welding, plant kingdom, abrasives, metal and other aerosols)

**** 17.93

Hydrochloric acid, chlorides

SP 28.59

Sulphur dioxide

**** 25.83

Sulphuric acid

SP 28.59

Sulphuric acid anhydride

SP 28.59

Hydrogen sulphide

**** 25.83

Oxygen

**** 15.01

Nitrogen dioxide

**** 25.83

Nitric acid

SP 28.44

Alcohols:

- Butanol

GC 33.82

- Ethanol

GC 33.82

- Isopropanol

GC 33.82

- Methanol

GC 33.82

- for three alcohols in one assay

GC 73.31

Turpentine

GC 35.30

Mineral spirits

GC 35.30
  • *GC – Identification of chemicals by gas liquid chromatography (apparatus Varian 3800)

  • **HELC – High-efficiency liquid chromatography method (apparatus high-pressure chromatograph Water Alliance)

  • *** SP – Chemical identification in air by spectrophotometry (apparatus Cary 50)

  • **** Chemical substance identification in air, bio-environments, medical products, etc., by various methods (apparatus – atomic absorption spectrometer (AAS) – Varian Spektra AAZ220, phase contrast and light-polarization microscopes, gravimetry, HI8314 membrane pH meters, etc.)

  • ***** FM – Chemical identification in air via fluorometry (apparatus Cary Eclipse)

  • In case of large volume orders, a discount of 5 % from the total sum can be applied.

Physical factor measurements

DescriptionPrice in EUR, excl. VAT

Determination of daily noise exposure levels (maximum sound pressure (Lmax), peak sound pressure (Lpeak) levels and equivalent sound pressure (Leq) determination.                                    

On location: 1 work process

27.89

Daily noise exposure level determination (maximum sound pressure (Lmax), peak sound pressure (Lpeak) level and equivalent sound pressure (Leq) determination.                                    

On location: 2 or more work processes

37.29

Sound level measurements in octave ranges (frequencies)

37.29

Environmental noise level evaluation

210.91

Noise assessment in residential and public buildings

113.00

Palm-hand vibration measurements and calculations by co-ordinates on Z, X, and Y axes and summarily

36.45

All vibrations (transport, transport-technological and technological) measurements and calculations by co-ordinates on Z, X, and Y axes and summarily

36.45

Light measurements:

- 1 workplace

14.50

- room

18.13

Microclimate measurements:

- temperature

9.13

- relative humidity

9.13

- speed of air flow

9.13

Assessment of ventilation efficiency indoors (up to 30 m2)

32.64

Assessment of ventilation efficiency indoors (over 30 m2)

45.29

Determination of electromagnetic field

37.05

Microbiological tests

DescriptionPrice in EUR, excl. VAT

Total number of microorganisms

19.32

Mould fungi and yeasts

12.95

Staphylococci

23.83

Pseudomonas

19.69

Preparation of culture medium

28.29

Total

58.86

Toxicological indicator determination

DescriptionPrice in EUR, excl. VAT
Determination of average lethal dose by one method of application, experiment with animals of one species, one gender 358.04
Assessment of skin irritant effects (experiment with guinea pigs) 506.29
Assessment of eye irritant effects (experiment with rabbits) 276.07
Assessment of respiratory sensitisation effects (experiment with guinea pigs) 702.13

Assessment of domestic chemicals, hygienic materials and cosmetics, clinical dermatological assessment, assessment of cosmetic safety

DescriptionPrice in EUR, excl. VAT

Safety assessment for domestic chemicals, hygienic and cosmetic products, 1 product:

- Description of substance toxicological effects, harmful effects and extremely harmful effects

213.76

- Clinical dermatological assessment of 1 product on volunteers

415.27

- Safety assessment preparation

111.07

Assessment of risk factors, preparation of safety data reports, expert organization

DescriptionPrice in EUR, excl. VAT

Assessment of work environment risks on location (1 workplace or type of work)

41.02

Determination of sample acquisition, co-ordination and scheduling, expert work

20.65

Expert consultation for assessment of work environment risks and standard measurements

20.65

Preparation of report about analysis results

20.65

Summarization of tests, indication of standard recommended measurements, preparation and sending of overview and bill:

- report on 1 page

10.33

- report on 2 pages

26.79

- report on 3 – 4 pages

47.47

- report on 5 – 6 pages

68.11

- report on 7 or more pages

120.69

Organization of inter-laboratory testing and assessment for one indicator

16.76

Translation of safety data reports (from English, Russian or German), verification of standard regulations and supplementation of information:

SDS corresponds to EU standard regulations and the product is not classified as dangerous (translation)

34.97

SDS corresponds to the demands of the REACH regulation and the product is classified as dangerous, contains 1 – 3 dangerous substances (translation)

43.17

SDS corresponds to the demands of the REACH regulation, the product is classified as dangerous, contains 4 and more dangerous substances (translation)

51.35

SDS does not correspond to the demands of the REACH regulation, the product is not classified as dangerous (translation)

57.48

SDS does not correspond to the demands of the REACH regulation and the product is classified as dangerous (translation)

63.63

SDS composition for a new product in accordance with REACH regulations

82.06

Review and implementation of a Latvian language SDS in accordance with the REACH regulation (supplementation with normative measurements, newest research data)

22.71

Checks of chemical substance and product classification and labelling in accordance with current EU standard regulations

16.56

Transportation and related expenses (within Latvia) (T)

0.36 per kilometre

Transportation and related expenses (within Rīga) (T)

9.96

 

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