Contract Laboratory has received the following incoming Laboratory Test Requests which need to be fulfilled! These Laboratory Test Requests are received from a variety of sources ranging from start-up companies to large, multinational Fortune 500 corporations, international organizations, well-respected universities and government agencies that are actively seeking Independent, Third-Party Air Handling and Purification Laboratories to perform their Air Handling and Purification Testing, Analysis, Assays, Product Development, Scientific Research Experiments, Inspections, Certifications, and Engineering Projects. If you are a Air Handling and Purification laboratory that would like more information on these Air Handling and Purification projects, please visit Register Laboratories or call toll free 1-855-377-6821.
URGENT TESTING: Large corporation needs industrial hygiene laboratory for equipment cleaning validation study testing using Texwipe TX751 to test for the antibiotic telafloxacin; 84 swabs (maximum allowed is 200mcg per sample); and Texwipe TX714K to test for the cleaning agent Cip100 84 swabs (maximum allowed per sample of 200mcg)
Company needs materials laboratory for Failure Analysis Testing of welded seam strength in air supported structures made out PVDF 28oz vinyl fabric. The seams of the fabric are RF welded together to create the structure and we have been having some issues with our seam strength lately
Environmental Microbiology Laboratory needed for efficacy study for the usage of choline dioxide gas in the deactivation of mycotoxins, specifically tricothecene, aflatoxin, ochratoxin, and gliotoxin. Additionally, what is the chemical make up of the fragments left after oxidation.
Laboratory needed for quantitative analysis of DEHP and DEHT. Must extract a resin from peristaltic pump tubes and then within that resin find the DEHP and DEHT levels in ppb. The resin is approximately 3% of the tubing composition and the DEHP and DEHT is approximately 1% each of that.
Microbiology laboratory needed for microbiological testing of production facility including water testing and air testing of various areas around production lineincluding plastic closures, preforms and conveyors.. Microbiology testing to include mold/yeast, total bacterial, and coliform separately. Tap water in the production area will also be tested in the production area.
How do you go about and do these test. Does one of your technicans come on site or do I provide the samples?
USA Microbiology Laboratory needed for microbiological analysis:for validation the bacteriostatic properties of filters using microbiological test agents like aerobic mesophilic bacteria, fungi / yeast (Botrytis), and Listeria monocytogenes. 2) ALso, testing for the validation of the application of filters under strict operating conditions and will require proof of the following: a. A hood or container where it can perform a microbiological load, or bioburden natural environment is taken b. That bell or container must be allowed to have 2 rooms separated by the filter and allow re-circulation of air c. measurements should be made of the bioburden of the air before filtering and after filtering d. recirculate air and pass it through the filter, microbiological components go through the filter and are retained and destroyed e. Thus, the
Contract Laboratory needed for evaluation of the efficiency of air filtration media at adsorbing common gas phase pollutants. We are particularly interested in nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide. The test must quantify the upstream challenge to the air filtration media and quantify the efficiency at which the media absorbs the pollutants. A face velocity of 5.7 cm/sec is the desirable flow rate but we will likely alter this for future testing. Please specify your ability to adjust temperature and humidity.
USA Laboratory needed for smoke testing of lamiar flow hoods to of pump hardware that need to be aerodynamic such that it does not create dead spots in a laminar flow hood. We need to tests whether it create dead spots in the laminar flow hood. This is determined using a smoke test.