TCLP Filters

Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) is a method-defined procedure to determine if a waste should be classified as hazardous. The material being tested is extracted with an acetic-acid buffer solution and then filtered to remove the solids greater than 0.7 µm. The eluent is measured for a variety of inorganic (use treated filters) or organic (use treated or untreated filters) contaminants.  US EPA Method 1311 prescribes the details of the extraction.

Acid Treated TCLP Filters

 P/N Size Description Particle Retention (µm) Quantity
 71-0470-TCLP  4.7 cm TCLP Grade, Acid Treated 0.7 100/Pack
71-0900-TCLP 9.0 cm TCLP Grade, Acid Treated 0.7 50/Pack
71-1100-TCLP 11.0 cm TCLP Grade, Acid Treated 0.7 50/Pack
71-1250-TCLP 12.5 cm TCLP Grade, Acid Treated 0.7 50/Pack
71-1420-TCLP 14.2 cm TCLP Grade, Acid Treated 0.7 50/Pack
71-1500-TCLP 15.0 cm TCLP Grade, Acid Treated 0.7 50/Pack

Untreated TCLP Filters

 P/N Size Description Particle Retention (µm) Quantity
72-0470-TCLP 4.7 cm TCLP Grade, Untreated 0.7 100/Pack
72-0900-TCLP 9.0 cm TCLP Grade, Untreated 0.7 100/Pack
72-1100-TCLP 11.0 cm TCLP Grade, Untreated 0.7 100/Pack
72-1250-TCLP 12.5 cm TCLP Grade, Untreated 0.7 100/Pack
72-1420-TCLP 14.2 cm TCLP Grade, Untreated 0.7 100/Pack
72-1500-TCLP 15.0 cm TCLP Grade, Untreated 0.7 100/Pack