Commercial Environmental Test

Introducing yogi-go

Commercial Environmental Test

The yogi-go is the first name in commercial environmental testing. Whether you’re testing indoor air quality before or after water or smoke damage, or doing a comprehensive building inspection, this simple color-coded air sampling equipment allows remediation and restoration professionals, field technicians and home inspectors to perform professional-quality air sampling.

The yogi-go is like 3-pumps-in-1 and delivers:

  • A comprehensive, efficient testing process
  • Documentation required for invoicing
  • Time and cost savings that can be passed on to your clients
  • Ease of use – it takes only minutes to operate the yogi effectively

Test for multiple contaminants with one tool

Your yogi-go kit includes:

  • The yogi sampling instrument with patented adaptor and power cord
  • A 12-volt battery bank and charger for mobile testing – no on-site power needed
  • A 100% waterproof carrying case with steel-locking points, snap-shut latches and thick, ribbed walls with custom-fit low-VOC rubber interior liners for high impact durability, plus an adjustable pressure relief valve for airline transit (dimensions = 13 11/16” x 11 5/16” x 5 5/16”)

Our labs is your lab. Our CIH is your CIH.

Our labs are accredited by one or more of these organizations:

  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA-LAP)
  • National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAB)
  • National Radon Safety Board (NRSB)

Our Certified Industrial Hygienists review and interpret your results. Should any results come back high, our CIHs are available for a complimentary phone consultation.

Reports & Results

Live Pure lab reports are generated by our accredited labs in compliance with standards set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, (US EPA), ASTM International and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, (NIOSH).

Our results are interpreted by Live Pure’s Certified Industrial Hygienists, who are certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH). All results are compared to some of the most stringent personal exposure limits set by government regulatory agencies including the US EPA, World Health Organization (WHO) and NIOSH.


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