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LeachXS Lite™

$0.00

LeachXS Lite is a free data management and visualization tool developed with support from USEPA that provides a clear overview and facilitates interpretation of the results from leaching tests, including the Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) test methods (USEPA SW846 Methods 1313, 1314, 1315 and 1316). The tool provides assistance with laboratory testing, formatted test reporting, and data graphing through on-screen displays and exporting data and figures to Microsoft Excel files.

Leach Pro™

$2,500.00

Leach Pro is designed to assist users evaluate potential leaching of constituents from materials under a range of disposal and use scenarios.  Leach Pro provides all of the data management and visualization capabilities of LeachXS Lite plus geochemical speciation and reactive transport modeling tools to project long-term release under changing environmental conditions. 

Student Edition (FREE with a University / Research Edition)

This version is meant for students of a member of an educational institute that has a university license. It is free, and a license lasts 5 months. The student must supply:

  • The university, department, name of the research staff member having a University research license.

  • His/her name, email, class, semester and start date.

The University / Research Edition ($1,250) 

This version is meant for research staff of educational institutes. The must supply the following information:

  • The University name, department, and position (faculty, research staff, post-doc, graduate student) must be included.

Commercial Edition ($2,500)

All other commercial and/or for profit needs.

LeachXS CBP™

LeachXS CBP is designed to evaluation waste form performance and cement and concrete materials durability for nuclear waste management applications.   Data management, visualization and geochemical simulation features of LeachXS Pro are included plus models and simulation scenarios for decalcification, sulfate attack, carbonation and oxidation processes under saturated and unsaturated conditions.