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LEDP

Laboratory Equipment Donation Program

About LEDP

The Laboratory Equipment Donation Program (LEDP) was established by the United States Department of Energy (DOE) to grant surplus and available used laboratory equipment to full-time faculty at universities and colleges in the United States for use in energy oriented Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) educational programs. This program is managed by the Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS).

The listing of equipment available through LEDP is updated as new equipment is identified. It is available at no cost for a limited time and is granted on a first-received qualified application basis.

Recently-Added Equipment

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ICN Equipment Name Condition Quick View
89022900210077 1136040 SIGNAL CONDITIONER Repairable Quick View
89022900210078 1134682 OXYGEN ANALYZER Repairable Quick View
89022900210079 1134716 PH METER Repairable Quick View
89022900210080 1136854 LOAD CELLS Repairable Quick View
89022900210081 P070139 MICROLOG DATA COLLECTOR ANALYZER Repairable Quick View
89022900210082 1136753 CENTRIFUGE Repairable Quick View
89022900210083 1136587 ELECTRIC DRUM HEATER Repairable Quick View
89022900210084 1136840 HEATING MANTLE Repairable Quick View
89022900210086 1134696 STIRRER Repairable Quick View
89022900210087 1136747 FUME HOOD MONITOR Repairable Quick View
89022900210088 1134680 SCALE Repairable Quick View
89022900210090 1136597 METERING PUMPS Repairable Quick View
89022900210091 1135206 DIGITAL PANEL INDICATOR Repairable Quick View
89022900210092 1136878 CO METER/CONTROLLER Repairable Quick View
89022900210093 1136589 MISC. GAUGES Repairable Quick View
89022900210095 1136870 SOIL LIQUID LIMIT DEVICE Repairable Quick View
89022900210096 1136844 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER Repairable Quick View
89022900210099 1136830 PLATE EXTRACTOR Repairable Quick View
89022900210100 1136832 PLATE EXTRACTOR Repairable Quick View
89022900210101 1136858 PORTABLE INFRARED THERMOMETER Repairable Quick View
89022900210105 1136042 PRESSURE TRANSMITTER Repairable Quick View
89022900210106 1136038 TEMPERATURE INPUT METER Repairable Quick View
89022900210108 1136824 VACUUM PRESSURE REGULATOR Repairable Quick View
89022900210109 1136593 LIQUID LIMIT MACHINES Repairable Quick View
89022900210110 1136595 SOIL COMPACTOR MOLD Repairable Quick View
89514100200061 5,000 GRAM SCALE Usable Quick View
89640400220002 MICROSCOPE + STEREO ZOOM Usable Quick View

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FAQs

Who is eligible to apply for equipment?

Participation in the LEDP is limited to full-time faculty at accredited, postsecondary, non-profit degree granting institutions including universities, colleges, community colleges, or junior colleges located in the U.S. and interested in establishing or upgrading energy-oriented science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) educational programs. An energy-oriented program is defined as an academic education or research activity dealing primarily or entirely in energy-related topics.

To be eligible, applicants must be a full-time faculty member in STEM areas such as physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, environmental sciences, geology or geosciences, mathematics, materials sciences, or computer or computational sciences. A full-time faculty employee is defined as one who is considered to be a faculty member by his or her employing institution, is not characterized as having “adjunct” or “visiting” status, and who meets the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) definition of a full-time employee during the academic year in which application to the Laboratory Equipment Donation Program is made. The IRS defines a full-time employee as one who during a calendar month is employed on average for at least 30 hours of paid service per week or 130 hours of paid service per month.

Application reviews and grant awards are performed on a first-received, first-qualified basis.

How long will it take to find out if my application has been approved?

After you have submitted a completed application, it is sent to the respective DOE office for approval. The Organizational Property Management Officer (OPMO) has 14 days to review an application. When an application is approved, the OPMO notifies the grantee via e-mail. Unapproved application e-mail notifications will list the reason for the disapproval.

What equipment is available under the LEDP program?

Examples of typical items of educational training apparatus or equipment that may be requested are listed below. It should be emphasized that the following examples are merely illustrative and not inclusive:

  • Amp meters, voltmeters, electrometers
  • Amplifiers
  • Catalyst test units
  • Distillation columns
  • Dosimeters, survey meters, radiometers, and spectroscopes
  • Gas and liquid chromatographs
  • Gas tracers and analyzers - solar collectors and heliometers
  • Ion control gauges
  • Linear and pulse-height analyzers
  • Mass spectrometers, infrared spectrometers, and ultraviolet spectrometers
  • Oscilloscopes
  • Power supplies
  • Radiation detectors, monitors, scalers, and counters
  • Radiation shields and reactor associated components
  • Recorders
  • Signal generators
  • Temperature and pressure recorders

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