Dry Gas Standards

Approved Source Official Distributor Documentation
Mid America Airgas (Airgas) Intoximeters, Inc.
2081 Craig Road
St. Louis, MO 63146
Phone: (314) 429-4000
Fax: (314) 429-4170
Source Approval Letter

Correspondence
ILMO Products, Inc. CMI, Inc.
316 East Ninth Street
Owensboro, Kentucky 42303
Phone: (866) 835-0690
Fax: (270) 685-6678
Source Approval Letter

Correspondence
Calgaz CMI, Inc.
316 East Ninth Street
Owensboro, Kentucky 42303
Phone: (866) 835-0690
Fax: (270) 685-6678
Source Approval Letter

Correspondence
Air Liquide/Scott
Specialty Gases Inc.
CMI, Inc.
316 East Ninth Street
Owensboro, Kentucky 42303
Phone: (866) 835-0690
Fax: (270) 685-6678
Source Approval Letter

Correspondence
* Dry gas standards my also be obtained from other vendors who sell approved products.


 
Certificates of Analysis - Dry Gas Standards used during Department Inspections
Lot # / COA Expiration Date
AG310901 04/19/2025
AG325603 09/13/2025
AG229803 10/25/2024
AG223802 08/26/2024
AG222203 08/10/2024
AG121002 07/29/2023
06723080A5 04/05/2025
01923080A3 02/05/2025
AG115904 06/08/2023
AG113403 05/14/2023
08121080A1 05/05/2023
00521080A2 02/05/2023
24620080A3 11/05/2022
AG026705 09/23/2022
AG011102 04/20/2022
AG003005 01/30/2022
AG931603 11/12/2021
08819088A1 06/05/2021
AG916501 06/14/2021
03519080A4 04/05/2021
AG831804 11/14/2020
AG805701 02/26/2020
AG805702 02/26/2020
22817080A5 10/05/2019
17817080A2 08/05/2019
AG715202 06/01/2019
AG708807 03/29/2019
34416080A2 02/05/2019
   


Miscellaneous Dry Gas Information
  • Certificate of Analysis: Each dry gas standard cylinder is accompanied by a copy of the Certificate of Analysis for that lot. You need only retain one copy of the Certificate of Analysis for each lot.
  • Handling and Disposal: Dry gas standard cylinder temperature should not exceed 120°F, which may cause the cylinder to rupture. Dry gas standard cylinders are considered hazardous materials for transport and disposal. Do NOT ship dry gas cylinders with Intoxilyzers.

 

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