Métadonnées de Laboratoire

Barringer



Description de laboratoire


Barringer Research / Barringer Magenta / Barringer Laboratories

The corporate history of this company is difficult to unravel, and the following notes may contain some errors.

Barringer Research Ltd was created in 1961 by A.R. (Tony) Barringer (1925-2009), and Selco Exploration (the Canadian exploration branch of the British company Selection Trust).  Richard (Dick) Clews (c1922-1984) joined the company in 1962.

Barringer Research went public in 1967.  In 1977, Tony Barringer moved to Colorado, and moved the company’s headquarters there from Toronto.  The U.S branch of the company operated as “Barringer Research Inc”, and the Canadian branch operated as “Barringer Magenta Ltd”, with offices in Rexdale, Ontario, Calgary, Alberta and Whitehorse, Yukon.  Clews served as President of Barringer Magenta.

Barringer Technologies Inc (previously Barringer Resources Inc) was created as a holding company for the different operating groups,

Barringer Laboratories Inc was organized under Delaware law in December 1988 to conduct the laboratory business previously conducted by Barringer Technologies Inc, with laboratories in Denver and Reno.

The Canadian subsidiary was renamed from Barringer Magenta to Barringer Laboratories Ltd (also in 1988?), with a laboratory located in Mississauga.

The Canadian subsidiary was sold in 1992 to Philip Environmental Inc of Hamilton, Ontario.

Barringer Technologies Inc was acquired by Smiths Group PLC in 2001.

In 2010, Barringer Laboratories Inc is a private company located in Golden, Colorado, with an estimated 100 employees.



Forfaits analytiques associés

IndexID du forfaitNom du forfaitN
1  86   Barringer AAS (11 elements) 11
2  132   Barringer (URP lake sediment) AAS(8+Mo), FLUOR(U), COL(As) 11
3  143   Barringer (URP surface water, YT, 1976) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH 3
4  145   Barringer (URP surface water) FT(U), ISE(F), pH 3
5  311   Barringer Magenta (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1989) 23
6  312   Barringer Magenta fire assay (Au) and weight 2
7  368   Barringer (URP surface water, BC, 1978) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH 3
8  391   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U) 18
9  392   Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH (glass-calomel electrode meter) 3
10  393   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), LOI500,  NADNC(U) 16
11  394   Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, NADNC(U) 18
12  396   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U) 18
13  397   Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F) and pH (Broadley-James meter) 3
14  398   Barringer (NGR stream sediment, NB, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U 20
15  400   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd+As+Mo+V+Sb), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U) 17
16  401   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, NADNC(U) 16
17  405   Barringer (NGR stream sediment, BC, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U 20
18  406   Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7, CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U 20
19  407   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(Sb), ISE(F) 2
20  408   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(Sb) 1
21  409   Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (Cd+As+Sn+Sb+Mo+V), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, ISE(F) , U 18
22  410   Barringer (NGR surface water) ISE(F), pH 2
23  411   Barringer (NGR surface water) FLUOR(U) 1
24  413   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10) 17
25  414   Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH, ICP(Ca, Mg), Alk 6
26  415   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, U(5**10) 16
27  430   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+6), DCP(Ba), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F, U 20
28  447   Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F, Sn 15
29  449   Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg), LOI, F 14
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