Contract Laboratory has received the following Laboratory Requests which need to be fulfilled! These Laboratory 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 Labs to perform their Laboratory and Scientific Research. If you need a Laboratory, please Submit a Laboratory Request. If you need assistance or have questions email or call us toll free 1-855-377-6821.
Test Request 17-01923
Test Request 17-01910
Microbiology Laboratory needed for AATCC and JIS antimicrobial testing of textiles to the following standards:
4)JIS L 1902
Mosquito repellency testing of textile
1) US patent 5, 198, 287 and USDA lab method
2) WHO/CTD/WHO PES/IC/96.1
Test Request 17-01898
Manufacturer needs Mechanical Laboratory for durability testing of DC starter motors (4-7 kW). At nominal torque load, measure current draw and speed. Must exceed minimum speed and remain under maximum current draw. Test cycle is 1 start per 2 minutes. Part must function per requirements at end of 28,000 cycles.
Test Request 17-01889
Third-Party Laboratory needed for disassembly, examination and testing of headphones for loose staples after consumer report of two staples fell out of a set of headphones . A picture of the staple has been sent to the manufacturer for comment and they have confirmed that staples are not used in the construction of the headphones. We are searching or 3rd party to disassemble the headphones in question and maybe a new set and advise if there are any staples used and/or if a loose staple could become lodged in the headphones and fall out later.
Test Request 17-01888
Test Request 17-01885
LONG-TERM TESTING Microbiology and disinfectant efficacy laboratory testing services for 3 new disinfectants scheduled for testing next year as follows: 1. Product 1: Hand disinfectant based on ethanol 2. Product 2: Instrument disinfectant / cold sterilant containing peracetic acid 3. Product 3: Alcohol-free surface disinfectant with QAC
Business Request 17-01883
Biotechnology Firm wishes to acquire an existing small producer of monoclonal antibodies
Test Request 17-01882
Polymers Laboratory needed for conducting an environmental simulation study on polycarbonate headlight lens of an led headlight for freezing rain and snow. to see if the snow and rain build up and or stick to the lens while the light is illuminated on the vehicle. at what temperature does the light stop melting the precipitation. then we want to introduce a chemical to the lens and see if it prevents or improves the lights ability to shed moisture and prevent icing. we want to test 5 different headlights
Test Request 17-01878
Test Request 17-01873
LONG-TERM TESTING Analytical Chemistry Laboratory needed for monthly accelerated aging and analytical testing on his buffered and unbuffered HOCl solutions including once-a-month (or four week interval) analyses of an aqueous solution, for the following:
1. Total active chlorine, in the range 200-500 ppm.
2. Chloride ion, in the range 10-100 ppm.
3. pH of the solution
Chloride and hypochlorite are expected to be present, and each is potentially an interfering species in the analysis of the other.
Samples may also contain sodium and a proprietary organic phosphonate buffer at 1-5 mM concentrations.
The samples are to be stored at room temperature and at 50-60ºC (aging chambers).
At present we have three solutions to be analyzed at room temperature; two future samples will require 50-60ºC storage.
Testing will extend over a period of years.
Test Request 17-01868
Electrical Laboratory needed that is accredited to test in accordance to IEC 62287-1 Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems - Class B shipborne equiment of the automatic identification system (AIS) - Part 1: Carrier-sense time division multiple access (CSTDMA) techniques
11.2.4 Adjacent channel rejection
11.2.5 Receiver spurious response rejection
Test Request 17-01865
Test Request 17-01863
Test Request 17-01859
Laboratory needed to provide a quotation for testing that confirms pass/fail criteria for RoHS. Specifically, we are interested in identifying the following analytes: Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium, Polymbrominated Biphenyls, Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers, Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate, Benzyl Butyl Phthalate, Dibutyl Phthalate, and Diisobutyl Phthalate.
Test Request 17-01855
Test Request 17-01854
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory needed to test Argon (gas) as per European Pharmacopeia (Ph.Eur.). Specifically we are interested in impurities determination by GC as described in EP monograph for Argon: GC with stainless steel column 4 m x 4mm and molecular sieve for chromatography R (particle size 150-180 micras, pore size 0.5mm). Detection: discharge ionisation.
Limits for impurities as per our dossier will be:
- oxygen: not moret than 5.0 ppm v/v
- total hydrocarbons (methane): not more than 0.5 ppm v/v
- nitrogen: not more than 5.0 ppm v/v
Besoin des testes pour trois goutes de kombucha, qui est un thé fermenter. besoin de information pour le tableau de valeur nutritionnelle régulièrement: mg/L de sucre, %alcool, vitamine B12 et pour assurance de qualité, une confirmation il ny a pas des microorganisms pathogenique.
J?ai besoin d?autre recherche une fois pour un assay de la species de microorganisms dans le produit et une teste, si possible, pour le content de D-saccharic acide 1,4-lactone.
Test Request 17-01851
Materials Laboratory needed for Surface Characterization Tests for granular activated carbons including SEM-EDS Analysis, BET Surface Area
BET Surface Area - Micropore and mesopore surface areas,
EDS - Elemental Analysis (C, H, O, N)
SEM - Morphology
Test Request 17-01839
URGENT Packaging Laboratory needed for testing product's packaging to ensure it adhere's to North American Child resistant packaging standards. (i) Canadian Standards Association Standard CAN/CSA-Z76.1-M90, entitled Recloseable Child-Resistant Packages, published January 1990, as amended from time to time,
(ii) European Standard EN 28317:1992, entitled Child-resistant packaging. Requirements and testing procedures for reclosable packages, as adopted by the European Committee for Standardization on October 30, 1992, recognized by the British Standards Institution, and effective February 15, 1993 and by the Association française de normalisation, and effective December 20, 1992, and which reiterates fully the international standard ISO 8317:1989, as amended from time to time, and
(iii) Code of Federal Regulations (United States), Title 16, Section 1700.15, entitled Poison prevention packaging standards, as amended from time to time
We are looking for a lab that can perform the tests on a rush
Test Request 17-01835
Automotive Laboratory needed for first edition of vehicle performance test methods including:
test of vehicle centroid height
test of vehicle static rolling ability
acceleration performance test
motor vehicles steel hill climbing test
multi-condition circulating fuel consumption test
rain-proof encapsulation test
NVH system level test
vehicle ride comfort test project(frequency/damping ratio)
braking performance test(including operational convince/ test project)
vehicle quiescent current
measuring remote control distance
vehicle electric equilibrium test
there are has more test
Test Request 17-01830
Medical Device Laboratory needed for testing of a filter developed for a medical application. The filter consists of a pleated element to trap particulates and a carbon-based filter to trap VOC's. The following testing is required:
1 - A trace showing the % retention of 1u, 2u, 3u particles over time @ 9 liters/min initial flow, and flow decrease over time.
2 - In a smoke-filled environment, trace flow decrease vs. time starting at 9 l/min to 6 l/min to 0 flow.
3 - Evaluate filter behavior in a humid environment - 98.6 deg F @ 95% humidity
4 - Evaluate the filter's removal of noxious odors
5 - In a smoke-filled chamber, evaluate the filter's particulate removal in recycle mode as a function of time (perhaps via light scattering and Beer's Law?).