Announcements

Announcements

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Introducing Industry Pages

  Protecting the health and safety of employees should always be a top priority of any organization, no matter its size or industry.  If you are reading this, we are preaching to the choir.  However, depending on the industry you serve, you have many different health and safety challenges.  We know.  Over the last 35 Read More …

Small Change to our Report Format

Beginning February 1, 2019, instead of using the acronym “ND” for None Detected at or above the reporting limit, we are going to use the ‘less than’ symbol.  Here’s what we mean.  (Follow the red text): Old Format Quantity Found Sample Concentration Found RptLmt Units Vol (L) Time (min) Found RptLmt Units ND 0.25 UG Read More …

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Price Adjustment, effective 09/01/2018

Dear Valued Customer: We appreciate your business and we work hard to make The AssayTech Personal Sampling Experience the best for you.  Our goal is to provide you with the most competent, cost-effective, and convenient way to conduct the entire personal sampling process. Purchase the sampler with pre-paid analysis and know that you are getting the Read More …

Technical Presentations from AIHce 2018

As always, Assay Technology strives to be the technology leader in personal monitoring.  This year, our Chief Technical Officer, Gus Manning, and our Technical Director, Maria Peralta, gave talks at the American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition. Please click below to view the complete presentations made at the AIHce in May 2018. Testing Used Respirator Read More …

Transition to new Charcoal Media – Update

In November 2017, we announced that we would begin transitioning to a new charcoal media for all of our charcoal- based badges. This change was made necessary because the manufacturer of the carbon material we have used for the last 10 years or so, decided they would no longer produce the carbon/PTFE material. Knowing that people do not Read More …

Transition to new Charcoal Media

In November 2017, we announced that we would begin transitioning to a new charcoal media for all of our charcoal- based badges. This change was made necessary because the manufacturer of the carbon material we have used for the last 10 years or so, decided they would no longer produce the carbon/PTFE material. Knowing that people do not Read More …