HI-Q Environmental Products Company, Inc., Completed ANSI N13.1-2011 Demonstration Test for Technical Group from the People's Republic of China

SAN DIEGO, CA, August 30, 2012 -- HI-Q Environmental Products Company, Inc., recently completed a demonstration of the ANSI N13.1-2011 testing methods for a group from China Nuclear Power Engineering Co., Ltd. (CNPE). This demonstration test was part of a Short Course on Analytical Methods for Sampling Representativeness of Gaseous Effluents from Stacks presented by Aerolinc Consulting Services, Inc. for CNPE.

For this demonstration, HI-Q designed and fabricated a scale model duct representing a simplified vent stack. HI-Q demonstrated all tests that are required by ANSI N13.1-2011 to verify that the sample location has an adequate degree of mixing.

China Nuclear Power Engineering Company, Ltd. provides project management and design engineering services for new nuclear power plants under construction in the People's Republic of China. Through this cooperation with CNPE, HI-Q is assisting the People's Republic of China to design sampling systems to representatively monitor plant vent effluents.

HI-Q Environmental Products Company, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 certified designer/manufacturer that has been providing air sampling equipment, systems and services to the nuclear and environmental monitoring industries for over 40 years. HI-Q also offers a complete line of health physics and radiation monitoring instrumentation through our exclusive agreement with VF, a.s. Our product line ranges from complex ambient air sampling stations to complete stack sampling systems with the capability to test duct and vent stacks per the recommendations of ANSI N13.1-1999/2011. For more information, visit Hi-Q.net.

Aerolinc Consulting Services, Inc. specializes in design, analysis and testing methodology that are related to air sampling applications. Since 2011, its service has reached governmental research/testing facilities and the commercial nuclear power industry, both in the United States and in China. Aerolinc is actively developing state-of-the-art numerical tools for the design of stack sampling systems that comply with ANSI or ISO standards. These numerical tools may also be used to simulate air contaminant dispersion in general. To find out more, please visit aerolinc.com.