Representatives from U.S. Environmental will be at the annual Brownfields Conference in Atlanta, Georgia between May 15th and 17th. Stop by our booth to see some of the newest and exciting technology in our rental inventory. The Conference, cosponsored by U.S. EPA, is the largest and most comprehensive event in the nation that focuses on[…]
April 5, 2013 Family owned and operated since 1996. We’re proud of that. Since founding U.S. Environmental Rental we’ve remained a family-owned and operated small business dedicated to providing the best rental experience possible. Our sales team consisting of John, Dan, Steve, and Eric have been offering consistent support with over 50 years of collective[…]
Prices on groundwater monitoring supplies have gone on Spring Break! Check out the deals in the link below and stock up! Click here to see the Spring Break ’13 special prices.
Need to pump some groundwater? We have a variety of pumps for nearly every groundwater pumping application. Choosing the wrong pump can turn a simple project into a frustrating and costly waste of time. If you’re not sure which pump might be the best, most cost effective solution for your next project, our Find a[…]
Accidents happen. Are you prepared for an accident involving your rental monitoring equipment? Monitoring equipment is sensitive and expensive. While preparing for your project, it is easy to overlook potential costs associated with unfortunate mishaps. Just one damaged instrument can result in thousands of dollars in replacement costs. As a rental company we routinely see[…]
We are pleased to announce a new partnership with ANDalyze. We now have the ANDalyze AND1000 Fluorimeter in our rental inventory (click here to see the product page) and U.S. Environmental is an authorized distributor for ANDalyze meters and sensors. The ANDalyze AND1000 fluorimeter is a handheld “instrument for field testing of heavy metal contaminants[…]
After all these years, the YSI 6 Series Multi-Parameter Sondes conitnue to be extremely rugged, reliable, and most importantly accurate. We hope the tips in our new video (below) will prove to be useful during your next groundwater monitoring project. Here’s a link to our YSI Field Calibration Guide.
The two most common lamps used in Photo Ionization Detectors (PIDs) are 10.6 eV and 11.7 eV lamps. The 11.7 eV lamp measures the broadest range of compounds while the 10.6 eV lamp is more selective. To allow higher energy light to pass through, 11.7 lamps are manufactured with a cylindrical window (the flat surface[…]