ARB Test Methods / Procedures

This page last reviewed July 13, 2012


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ARB test methods are formal written procedures for measurement of physical parameters related to air pollution. These include pollutant emissions concentration and mass flow rate, materials properties such as asbestos content of solids and volatile organic content of wastes, and various aspects of the performance of vapor recovery systems at service stations, bulk plants and terminals. Additionally, these procedures are used for conducting emission tests on mobile sources of pollution, such as cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, and off-road equipment.

Ambient Air Monitoring Laboratory Analytical Procedures

This area contains the available Laboratory SOPs.

Consumer Product Test Method 310

The consumer product test method includes the actual test method plus the available Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

Fuels Test Methods

This area includes the available SOPs

Stationary Source Test Methods

These include methods for determining compliance with district non-vehicular (i.e., stationary source) emission standards.

Vehicles and Engines (Mobile Source) Test Procedures

These include test procedures for vehicle and engine mobile emission sources.
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