Lead-Based Paint Inspection: XRF Calibration Check Readings Mobile App
This Lead-Based Paint Inspection: XRF Calibration Check Readings Mobile App covers: Frequency and Number of Calibration Checks, Calibration Check Standard Materials, and Recording and Interpreting Calibration Check Readings.
How does it work?
Use this lead testing app for risk assessment purposes, identifying any lead hazard. With this procedure, create an inspection report outlining potential hazards that could lead to lead poisoning. Use this testing app and its guidelines as an XRF operator or XRF analyzer for optimum evaluation and control at test locations. Use this app's reporting feature to run convenient, report PDFs, exportable and shareable in real time.
In addition to the manufacturer’s recommended warm up and quality control procedures, the XRF operator should take the quality control readings recommended below, unless these are less stringent than the manufacturer’s instructions. Quality control for XRF instruments involves readings to check calibration. Most XRFs cannot be calibrated on-site; actual calibration can only be accomplished in the factory.
You should also review ASTM E211900, Standard Practice for Quality Systems for Conducting in Situ Measurements of Lead Content in Paint or Other Coatings Using Field-Portable X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Devices.
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