Contract Laboratory has received the following Perfumes, Fragrances and Aromatics 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 Perfumes, Fragrances and Aromatics Laboratories to perform their Perfumes, Fragrances and Aromatics Testing, Analysis, Assays, Product Development, Scientific Research Experiments, Inspections, Certifications, and Engineering Projects. If you are a Perfumes, Fragrances and Aromatics laboratory that would like more information on these Perfumes, Fragrances and Aromatics projects, please visit our registration page or call toll us free 1-855-377-6821.
Laboratory needed for study to determine the efficient method for determining amount of residual alcohol left over after sanitizing metal mixing equipment. The Equipment is sprayed with 70% Isopropanol and then wiped with rags. After waiting a set a amount of time, swabs are rubbed against the metal walls of the vessel to pull off any residual alcohol. We are trying to determine the best method for quantifying the amount captured by the swaps, and thus the amount remaining on the equipment.
Sensory and analytical chemistry laboratory needed for comparision testing vendor qualification of activated carbon to be used for odor absorption of odor-proof bags for transporting aromatic flowers. We are in the process of acquiring samples from various manufacturers, and would like a comparison of odor-adsorption done between them to see what best suits us. Because we are sourcing fabrics from overseas suppliers, we would also like to check if their self-reported benzene and carbon tetrachloride adsorption test results are as they claim.
Carbon tetrachloride and benzene adsorption tests with quantitative analysis. If possible, we would also be interested in testing the adsorption capacity of fabrics for aromatic terpenes, such as limonene , linalool, caryophyllene, myrcene, pinene, and humulene, and at multiple thicknesses/weaves.
RFP: Consumer Products Laboratory needed to conduct consumer fragrance research study in either Chicago, Boston, or Dallas. We would like to bring in N=100 consumers to sniff 8 different fragrances. Each fragrance would need to have its own room and testers would rotate between rooms. Please contact us ASAP for the RFP with all the details.
India consumer products laboratory needed for development testing on herbal mosquito repellent voporizer to adjust the evaporation rates. Currently essential oil smell not evaporated from veporizer. There is no equal evaporation from veporizer liquid. Some residue remain.