A-Line E.D.S. offers highly comprehensive PCB (polychlorinated biphenyl) testing service. Our state of the art laboratory is equipped with the newest technology.
A-Line utilizes the ASTM D 4059 test method to determine the PCB contamination level in the form of Aroclors. By implementing the latest instrumentation and QA/QC methodology, A-Line protects you by ensuring that the PCB level of your retired transformers and other electrical equipment will be correctly classified. Test results will determine if equipment is classified as non-detect, non-PCB or PCB contaminated.
This blog showcases a few unique transformer removal projects that A-Line E.D.S. has performed across the United States.
Check out these massive transformers A-Line recycled in a week's time at a nuclear plant. These two shell type transformers were some of the largest ever manufactured.
The A-Line E.D.S. team had a busy June traveling the country performing root cause failure analysis on some large power transformers.