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CSI provides laboratory services for drinking water, process water and water used as heat transfer media.
Analytical Testing, Water Testing & sterilization, air quality testing
CSI provides laboratory services for drinking water, process water and water used as heat transfer media. Our laboratories also provide testing of piping, deposits, failure analysis, corrosion monitoring, mold and indoor air quality and may other materials and environments.
LAB SERVICES & ANALYTICAL TESTING
WATER TESTING & STERILIZATION
CSI is licensed by the NYC DOHMH to perform cleaning and sanitizing services for domestic water tanks, coils and piping. CSI can analyze and often identify the source of seepages and water intrusion problems.
AIR QUALITY TESTING
Indoor air quality is becoming increasing recognized as a significant issue in the comfort and productivity of workers in commercial office buildings, students in learning centers and even in private homes. Facilities managers are often confronted with complaints and questions associated with these issues. CSI can provide initial indoor air quality evaluations and subsequent services as needed.
CSIperforms a broad range of testing and
analytical services. Some of these include water & deposit analysis, fuel oil & lubricating oil, piping & metallographic analysis, and glycol analysis. CSI provides analysis of drinking water, water intrusion and seepage samples.
PIPE TESTING AND FAILURE ANALYSIS’
CSI is equipped to perform both destructive and non-destructive testing of piping and fittings. Non-destructive testing in the form of ultrasonic thickness testing can be used to estimate the current condition of HVAC water system piping. We have often employed ultrasonic testing to get a reasonable preliminary evaluation of the general condition of the pipe and to determine if more intrusive or expensive testing is warranted. Our laboratory can also analyze samples of piping removed from systems to evaluate the cause and extent of corrosion and the nature of deposits fouling piping.