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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
PROCESS SAMPLING: Obtaining Samples
This interactive training unit is designed to familiarize trainees with the basic concepts associated with obtaining samples of process materials. After completing this unit, trainees should be able to describe hazards associated with sampling and the precautions that may be required. They should also be able to take contaminant-free representative samples of process liquids, solids, and gases.
Explain why samples are taken in process systems.
Describe some hazards associated with sampling materials.
Describe protective clothing that should be worn when taking samples of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
Describe two types of respirators worn when sampling involves materials that produce harmful dust particles or toxic fumes.
Describe how to keep liquid samples from being contaminated when they are taken.
Explain how to make sure that a representative sample of a liquid is obtained.
Describe information typically included on a sample label.
Solids and Gases
Describe how to obtain contaminant-free representative samples of process solids.
Describe how to obtain contaminant-free representative samples of process gases.
- Basic Principles
- Protective Clothing
- Preparing to Sample
- Obtaining a Sample
- Labeling a Sample
Solids and Gases
- Sampling Solids
- Sampling Gases
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