Sampling

The only way to confirm if a product contains asbestos is to sample and analyse the material by a NATA accredited and approval laboratory. We offer 24 hour turn around on urgent samples with a full laboratory report detailing the results and what type of asbestos is present.

 

Options for asbestos sampling is that we send a qualified Licensed Asbestos Assessor to site to take the sample for you or a sample can be dropped into our local office. Collecting a sample for asbestos identification involves taking safety precautions and must be handled with care. 

Here is our step-by-step guide on how to take a sample:

Asbestos awareness healthy house checklist

 
All Clear Group carries out asbestos air monitoring and testing services in accordance with the document entitled Guidance Note on the Membrane Filter Method for Estimating Airborne Asbestos Fibres 2nd Edition [NOHSC: 3003 (2005)].
 
Identifying Asbestos by engaging a licensed assessor is important to ensure that the risk of asbestos-related illness is minimised. Identifying asbestos cannot be confirmed by a visual examination, and samples of the suspected material must undergo testing at a laboratory using a microscope. 
 
Contact All Clear Group and our asbestos assessors will assist identifying asbestos within your property.

When you require the All Clear, call the experts today on 02 6925 5225