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Accelerated Weathering Testing

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Accelerated weathering testing reproduces damages caused by environmental factors like sun and moisture.

Accelerated weathering testing is done to reproduce any damages caused by the environment such as changes in color, fading, peeling or blistering, physical deterioration, moisture sensitivity, corrosion, and biodegradation. Accelerated weathering testing can reproduce damages in a matter of days or weeks using special instruments and chambers.

Factors that contribute to the degradation of materials that are routinely exposed to the elements include UV radiation, extreme temperatures, and moisture. Exposure to environmental elements effects plastic, rubber, metal, concrete, and more. Accelerated weathering is one of the simplest and more reliable ways to determine the lifespan and strength of a material.
Contract Laboratory has helped many companies find laboratories to perform their accelerated weathering testing, such as:
  • Aviation laboratory needed for performing the following tests: ASTM-D-1149, test for ozone cracking of vulcanized rubber FED-STD 191, weathering resistance of cloth Method 5804, accelerated weathering method Weatherometer testing with 7pphm SO2 and 10pphm O3.
  • Automotive textiles company needs materials laboratory needed for SAE accelerated weathering testing to SAE J2527 testing using Q-Sun Xenon Test Chamber Xe-3 weatherometer or similar machine (xenon accelerated weathering of fabric) for 500 hours and 1000 hours.
  • Environmental simulation laboratory needed for accelerated weathering testing of a mini-installation of a playground made from glued playground tiles. Weathering simulation should include water submersion to simulate outdoor exposure to weather.
  • Laboratory needed for ASTM Testing of anti-graffiti product to: ASTM 6578 « Graffiti Resistance » ASTM 653 « Accelerated Weathering » ASTM D6490
  • Physical Laboratory needed for Accelerated Weathering Testing. Testing on our double sided printed tags, material type is dip coated nylon taffeta. These tags are sewn onto our tie-down straps that are used in a various weather conditions: snow/ice, heat, cold, salt exposure. We want to confirm ink does not bleed thru or run; tag does not tear/shred, etc
  • Plastic Film manufacturer needs USA weathering laboratory for Accelerated weathering testing Tensile strength (Before and after weathering)
  • Physical Laboratory needed for weathering testing of sheds: accelerated weathering test according to the Sub-Clause 9.3.2 of IEC 62217:2012 standard which refers to ISO 4892-2:2006 standard ->Xenon Arc method. The test object is the shed and housing material of polymeric HV insulator. 3 samples (~10x10x0.5cm)
  • And many more!

If you are a manufacturer of outdoor products and need a laboratory to perform accelerated weathering on your product or material, let us help you! Call us at 1-855-377-6821 or submit an accelerated weathering test request for free on our website!

Alcohol by Volume ABV Testing

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Alcohol by volume ABV Testing measures how much alcohol is in a specific volume of a beverage.

Alcohol by volume ABV Testing, is a measure of how much alcohol is in the specific volume of a beverage. ABV is determined by how many milliliters of ethanol are present in 100 milliliters of a liquid. ABV is a worldwide standard for measuring the alcohol in a beverage.

There are a few different techniques to measure the alcohol content of a wine. Two of the more popular methods include distillation and gas chromatography.

One method for determining alcohol content is distillation. Using this process the alcohol first has to be separated from the wine using specialized distillation equipment. A hydrometer is then used to determine the specific gravity of the distilled alcohol, which is calibrated directly in % vol at 20 °C. If the temperature varies then a correction must be done as the volume of the liquid changes with the temperature. This process is both complex and time consuming and the accuracy can easily be affected as there are numerous errors that can occur.

Another technique is the gas chromatography method which is considered the most accurate method for determining alcohol content of wine. This method works by analyzing a mixture of organic compounds found in the wine itself.Samples of the wine are collected and injected into the chromatograph device. The temperature of the device is important and must above boiling in order to convert the wine into gas. The gas then passes through filters that identify the different compounds, ultimately determining the alcohol content.Gas chromatography has the added benefit of providing additional information about the wine.

Contract Laboratory has received numerous test requests from companies needing wine testing. Some of the testings we have helped facilitate are:

  • Winemaker and Vineyard needs laboratory for wine testing: analysis report of wine level of alcohol, glucose + fructose sugars, total and volatile acidity, SO2
  • ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY NEEDED FOR WINE TESTING: ALCHOHOL CONTENT OF SWEET WINE AND DRY WINE
  • LONG-TERM TESTING Large wine import / export company needs accredited laboratory for several analysis of wine-products over course of year including: Total alcoholic strength g/l Total alcoholic strength %vol Alcoholic strength g/l Alcoholic strength %vol Total dry extract g/l Sugar-free extract g/l Sugar (without inversion) g/l Sugar (with inversion) g/l Total acidity (as tartaric acid) g/l SO2 free mg/l SO2 total mg/l Rel. density pH Acetic acid g/l With Organoleptic examination and judgement Package B Total alcoholic strength calc. g/l Total alcoholic strength calc. %vol Alcoholic strength g/l Alcoholic strength %vol Sugar (with inversion) g/l Rel. density Excess pressure Aphrometer bar Carbon dioxide g/l CO2-excess pressure calc. from CO2-content bar With Organoleptic examination and judgement , Total alcoholic strength calc. g/l Total alcoholic strength calc. %vol Alcoholic strength NIR g/l Alcoholic strength NIR %vol Total dry extract calc. g/l Sugar-free extract calc. g/l Sugar (without inversion) 13,4 g/l Sugar (with inversion) enzym. 15,0 g/l Total acidity (as tartaric acid) g/l SO2 free mg/l SO2 total mg/l Rel. density pH Acetic acid g/l Excess pressure Aphrometer bar Carbon dioxide titrim. g/l CO2-excess pressure calc. from CO2-content bar With Organoleptic examination and judgement , Total alcoholic strength calc. g/l Total alcoholic strength calc. %vol Alcoholic strength g/l Alcoholic strength %vol Total dry extract calc. g/l Sugar-free extract calc. g/l Sugar (without inversion) enzym. g/l Sugar (with inversion) enzym. g/l Glucose enzym. g/l Fructose enzym g/l Saccharose enzym. g/l Total acidity (as tartaric acid) potentiom. g/l SO2 free mg/l SO2 total mg/l Rel. density pH Volatile acidity (as acetic acid) g/l L-Malic acid enzym. g/l L-Lactic acid enzym. g/l Tartaric acid photom. g/l Free tartaric acid calc. g/l Citric acid enzym. mg/l Shikimic acid mg/l Ascorbic acid enzym. mg/l Glycerol enzym. g/l Alcohol-glycerol-ratio calc. Cyclic diglycerols GC/MS mg/l 3-Methoxypropane-1,2-diol GC/MS mg/l Ethylene glycol GC/MS mg/l Diethylene glycol GC/MS mg/l Cyanide (calc. as HCN) dist./photom. ?g/l Ash calc./conduct. g/l Sodium AAS mg/l Free sodium calc. mg/l Potassium AAS mg/l Calcium AAS mg/l Magnesium mg/l Chloride mg/l Phosphate mg/l Sulfate (calc. as K2SO4) IC mg/l Iron AAS mg/l Copper AAS mg/l Aluminium AAS mg/l Lead AAS-GF mg/l Boron (calc. as boric acid) AAS mg/l Cadmium AAS-GF ?g/l Zinc AAS mg/l Color intensity (420 nm) photom. Polyphenols photom. mg/l Ochratoxin A HPLC ?g/l Casein ELISA ppm Egg albumin ELISA ppm Lysozyme ELISA ppm Carbon dioxide titrim. g/l Organoleptic examination and judgement, Pesticides T
  • Laboratory needed for independent analysis of mead beer, wine and/or liquor including alcohol proof and sulfite analysis
  • Wine maker needs Vinology Laboratory for wine testing for free sulphurdioxide residual sugar and phenolic compound the general characteristic of wine parameter method to measure this parameter , calculation involkves
  • Laboratory needed for Spirits testing Determination of addition of alcohols or sugars from cane, corn or sorghum liquor from grape, apple or pear by isotope ratio of Carbon 13 – Test Method. Determination of the origin of CO2 in carbonated soft drinks by carbon 13 isotope ratio (? (13) CVPDB), determination of water addition in wines by isotope ratio of oxygen-18 (?18OVSMOW), mass spectrometry Isotope stable
  • view and respond to these test requests and more!

If you are looking for a laboratory to perform alcohol by volume testing, or any other wine, beer, or liquor testing, let us help you! Call us at 1-855-377-6821 or submit a free test request on our website!

Cosmetics Formulation Testing

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Cosmetics formulation testing includes everything from production to sourcing materials and smart packaging and labeling.

Contract Laboratory receives many requests from manufacturers of cosmetics, haircare, skincare, nailcare and other personalcare products  for the formulation and development of new products. Cosmetics formulation testing requires formulation chemists and other laboratory personnel who are experienced in research and development. Research and Development  services includes everything from production to raw materials sourcing and smart packaging and labeling.

Cosmetic formulation testing is done to a clients specification using new ingredients and technologies. Product formulation testing can also be done for all-natural products, or reformulation testing for companies looking to change their existing formulas.

Cosmetics laboratories use innovative techniques to test formulations for hair care products, shave creams and gels, soaps and body washes, sunscreens, makeup, lotions, and more.

Contract Laboratory has helped facilitate the following cosmetics tests:

  • Canada cosmetics laboratory needed for cosmetics formulation testing for a cosmetics laboratory that can create a variety of bio- cosmetics products from cream to shampoo.
  • Cosmetics analytical chemistry laboratory needed for deformulation analysis of cosmetics formulation of a cosmetic cream or gel
  • UK toxicology laboratory needed for safety assessments of new Organic Skincare cosmetics formulations
  • Clinical Research Laboratory needed for cosmetics safety assessment of several skincare products.
  • LONG-TERM TESTING Analytical chemistry laboratory needed for talc testing of cosmetics
  • Product Safety laboratory needed for ocular irritation testing for 3 cosmetics products
  • and many more cosmetic formulation test requests

If you are developing a cosmetics, skincare, haircare or nailcare product and need testing of technologies used in cosmetics like aerosol, nanotechnology, and powder mixing, or other cosmetic formulation testing, call us at 1-855-377-6821 or submit a cosmetic test request online!

Consumer Product Safety of Hardlines and Softlines

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Consumer Product Safety of Hardlines and Softlines

Consumer product safety of hardlines and softlines is a major concern for most retailers and manufacturers. Testing of hardlines and softlines, known as hard goods and soft goods, are two major types of testing. Softline goods are retail products like clothes, linens and textiles. Hardline goods are items such as sporting goods, appliances and electronics.

Consumer Product Testing of hardlines and softlines ensures that consumer products meet the consumer demands for high quality and safety while reducing the negative environmental impacts, reducing the manufacturers risks and still complying with federal regulations.

Contract Laboratory has helped manufacturers of both hardlines and softlines find laboratories to perform their respective consumer product safety testing of hardlines and softlines such as:

  • Consumer product / textile laboratory needed for compression testing of fabrics.
  • Microbiology laboratory needed for antimicrobial testing of fabrics / textiles treated with a product containing antibacterial and antifungal properties according to ASTM G21.
  • Sports performance laboratory needed to have exercise equipment tested to current safety standards.
  • Sports performance laboratory needed for proof of concept and safety testing of new sports product.
  • Furniture Consumer Products Laboratory needed for safety and weight capacity testing of chair attachment product.

View more Consumer Product Safety Test Requests of hardline and softline products

To find a consumer products laboratory to perform your consumer product safety testing of hardline and softline products , call us at 1-855-377-6821 or  Submit Consumer Product Safety Test Request!

Cosmetics Stability Studies

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Cosmetics Stability Studies ensures that each product meets the necessary safety standards.

Cosmetics Stability Studies are accomplished by creating a batch of product and testing samples under different conditions to understand what happens to a product in certain situations.

Cosmetics Stability Studies ensure that each product meets the necessary standards. Cosmetics Stability Studies generally fall under three categories:

  • Physical and chemical tests
    • Color
    • Odor
    • pH
    • Texture
    • Any sign of separation
  • Microbiological tests
    • Determine degree of contamination
    • Bacteria, mold, and yeast
  • Packaging tests
    • Influence of containers on product

Cosmetics Stability Studies help to determine expiration dates and shelf life of cosmetics products. Cosmetic products safety depends on stability testing to verify that the product and the packaging maintain their quality and safety for the lifespan of the product.

A few of the Cosmetics Stability Studies that Contract Laboratory has helped facilitate are:

  • Laboratory needed for photostability testing for UV degradation of skin care products packaged in a post-market jar.
  • Cosmetics microbiology laboratory needed for microbial analysis of hair product for bacteria, fungi and mold to test preservative efficacy and product stability.
  • Clinical Research Laboratory needed for cosmetics safety assessment of several skincare products.
  • Cosmetic microbiology laboratory needed for shelf life testing of a beauty product.including yeast and mold.
  • Cosmetic fragrance laboratory needed for testing a bath bomb for skin irritation and safety.

View More Cosmetics Stability Studies

Contract Laboratory is here to help your organization find a laboratory to perform the necessary cosmetics stability studies. Call us at 1-855-377-6821 to see how we can help! Or submit your cosmetics stability studies online!

Food Analysis & Deformulation

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Deformulation studies help to provide specific information regarding ingredients in products.

Deformulation, also known as reverse engineering, is the process of breaking down and separating the food product into individual pieces or ingredients in order identify the quantity of each component. The goal of a deformulation study is to be able to identify and quantify each of the ingredients so that it can be studied and reproduced if needed.

Reverse engineering in the food and beverage industry helps to address issues such as the quality of products or ingredients, determining variations in batches, resolving flavor discrepancies, recreating a product formulation, patent infringement, resolve product failure issues and more.

One of the biggest challenges in performing deformulation studies is that often researchers are not positive what it is they are looking for. Many analytical techniques exist to help researchers identify the components of a food.

Deformulation studies help to provide specific information regarding ingredients in products.

Contract Laboratory has helped numerous organizations find laboratories where they were able to obtain the necessary deformulation studies and testing like the following:

  • URGENT! Reverse engineering laboratory needed for food deformulation testing to determine ingredient content, and nutritional analysis of a hot sauce.
  • Beverage laboratory needed for deformulation, nutritional labeling, and shelf life stability testing of a a beverage.
  • URGENT! Reverse engineering laboratory needed for deformulation testing of lactation cookies to determine all ingredients.
  • Food Analytical chemistry laboratory needed for deformulation of a herbal tea for dried ingredients include: Alfalfa Blesssed Thistle Cascara Sagrada Chickweed Dandelion Echinacea Fenugreek Ginger Gota Kila Mullein Parsely Pau D’Arco Red Clover
  • URGENT! Analytical chemistry laboratory needed for reverse-engineering/deformulation of a liquid to determine components including sodium content and artificial flavors.

To view these test requests and more, click here. To submit your own deformulation food test request, call us at 1-855-377-6821, or submit a request online.

Food Shelf Life & Stability Testing

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Shelf life testing determines expiration dates and other product claims.

Shelf life testing is a very important and very big part of today’s food industry. Shelf life testing helps determine expiration dates and other product claims.

Foods that have a shelf life of two years or more are not required to display a “best before” date, but all other foods and food products with a shelf life of less than two years must display this date.

The length of “use by” time printed on foods is determined through storage trials which help to estimate the physical, chemical, and microbiological stability of the food. Additionally, some foods require more study and testing to determine microbial growth or other studies. Changes to a product that may occur after a “best by” date and be cause for testing include: rancidity, change in texture, loss of moisture, loss of flavor, spoilage, and more.

Testing is required on all types of foods including: frozen food, dietary supplements, produce, dairy, juice, and pet food & animal feed. Shelf life testing uses stability chambers to test products by keeping them at specific temperatures and humidity levels throughout the study.

Contract Laboratory has helped facilitate many food testing relating to shelf life and stability, such as:
  • Changes to a product that may occur after a “best by” date include: rancidity, change in texture, loss of moisture, loss of flavor, spoilage, and more.
  • Food Laboratory needed for chili oil testing: nutritional labeling and shelf life studies.
  • Food laboratory needed for dairy kefir beverage testing (2 separate products/formulations): shelf life testing and nutrition analysis.
  • Food laboratory needed for shelf life testing of cookie products with two container options (dark foil bag & clear container), three storage conditions (cool & dark, Frozen)
  • Beverage laboratory needed for deformulation, nutritional labeling, and shelf life stability testing of a a beverage.
  • and many more food test requests!

For more information about these food test requests and other opportunities, Register your Food Laboratory or call our Food Business Development Team Toll-Free 1-855-377-6821 x. 713

If your company or organization needs a laboratory to perform stability, shelf life, nutrition, food safety or other type of food testing, submit a test request on our website!

Food Recalls

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Food is recalled for potential disease causing organisms, containing allergens, or being mislabeled.

The FDA has issued more than 13 food related recalls in the last 7 days. The recalls were related to undeclared ingredients like soy, milk and eggs, listeria and E. coli, and products not being manufactured in compliance with cGMPs. The FDA posts all recalls on their website, along with the reason for the recall. These can be viewed here.

Food is recalled for a variety of reasons, due to a food having the potential to make consumer ill due to foreign organisms, a food product containing possible allergens, or omitting or mislabeling of food.

Contract Laboratory often receives test requests from companies needing food and food product testing such as:

  • Food testing laboratory needed for organoleptic product comparison testing of raw versus processed and cooked meat.
  •  Toxicology Laboratory needed for BS Toxicity tests of plastic crates as per BS 6920 + GSO 1863
  • Food Laboratory needed for liqueur product development and analytic chemistry testing / analyis for the amount of each ingredient including: 1. Cream 2. Sugar 3. Alcohol 4. Maltodextrin 5. Glycerol Monostearate 6. Sodium Citrate
  • Food Laboratory needed for analytic chemistry osmolality testing of a sports beverage.
  • Food microbiology laboratory needed for FDA / BAM quality control release testing of rice flour. Bacillus Cereus FDA Bam <100/Gram Clostridium Perfringes FDA Bam <10/Gram Clostridium Botulinum FDA Bam <3 CFU/Gram
  • Food microbiology laboratory needed for viral testing of produce and water for norovirus and hepatitis A per ISO 17025.
  • Plus more!

For more information about these and other opportunities, Register your Food Laboratory or call our Food Business Development Team Toll-Free 1-855-377-6821 x. 713

If your company or organization is in need of a laboratory to perform nutrition, allergen, food safety or other type of food testing, submit a test request on our website!

National Nutrition Month

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“Put Your Best Fork Forward” even small changes in food choices can have positive, lasting effects over time.

Did you know March is National Nutrition Month? The intent of National Nutrition Month is to educate and inform consumers of the importance of making healthy and informed food choices as well as developing good physical activity habits.

The 2017 theme for National Nutrition Month is, “Put Your Best Fork Forward”. The idea being to remind people to make each bit count, even small changes in the choices of foods we eat can have positive, lasting effects over time. If these changes are implemented “one forkful at a time” they will help instill healthy eating habits in all.

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Food testing ensures food quality and safety as well as contaminants, allergens, and more.

Contract Laboratory has helped many companies acquire food testing for quality and safety such as microbiology testing for pathogens, nutrition analysis, allergen detection, and much more in addition to ensuring products meet national and international food regulations.

Below are a few of the many test requests Contract Laboratory has received regarding food testing:

  • Food Laboratory needed for liqueur product development and analytic chemistry testing / analyis for the amount of each ingredient including: 1. Cream 2. Sugar 3. Alcohol 4. Maltodextrin 5. Glycerol Monostearate 6. Sodium Citrate
  • Food Laboratory needed for analytic chemistry osmolality testing of a sports beverage.
  • Food microbiology laboratory needed for FDA / BAM quality control release testing of rice flour. Bacillus Cereus FDA Bam <100/Gram Clostridium Perfringes FDA Bam <10/Gram Clostridium Botulinum FDA Bam <3 CFU/Gram
  • Food microbiology laboratory needed for viral testing of produce and water for norovirus and hepatitis A per ISO 17025.
  • Food analytical chemistry laboratory needed for ingredient testing of a beverage for the presence of artificial colorant additives.
  • Food analytical chemistry laboratory needed for dairy testing: silver ion thin layer chromatography testing followed by GC/MS testing of a milk sample to quantify total fatty acid content including CLA (C18:2), two major isomers (c9, t11 and c10, t12), and omega fatty acid ratio (6:3).
  • plus many more that can be seen on our website!

Contract Laboratory would love to help your organization find the right laboratory to perform your testing. To submit a food related test request, call us at 1-855-377-6821, or submit a request on our website.

Laboratory Outsourcing FAQs

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Contract Laboratory is the largest web-based platform for facilitating and centralizing laboratory outsourcing and scientific sourcing.

Contract Laboratory knows laboratory outsourcing and scientific sourcing. Contract Laboratory was the first and is the largest web-based platform for facilitating and centralizing laboratory outsourcing and scientific sourcing, having facilitated over 80,000 laboratory requests from all around the world. While our laboratory specialists are always ready to answer your questions, some frequently asked outsourcing questions include:

What is laboratory outsourcing?

Laboratory outsourcing is the process of finding an external or independent laboratory to perform all or certain aspects of scientific testing. Outsourcing is generally chosen because of the cost savings that an independent laboratory offers over in-house testing.

Why choose to outsource your laboratory services?

Overall, outsourcing provides cost savings, time, and complexity of in-house testing. Outsourcing has proven to reduce cost and provide faster time to market. This allows companies to spend more time and energy on marketing and business operations. Outsourcing also allows you to choose experienced and trained experts to perform your testing. Other benefits of outsourcing include greater in-house laboratory productivity and improved performance.

Who can outsource laboratory services?

Any company needing any type of laboratory testing or scientific research is eligible to outsource their testing. Worldwide industries from pharmaceuticals to automotives are commonly outsourcing their testing needs.

What types of testing can be outsourced?

Outsourcing can include quality control, technical support, safety testing, research and development, and any other testing a company or organization may need.

How does Contract Laboratory help facilitate outsourcing?

Contract Laboratory can help you find a laboratory to perform your testing by displaying your test request needs on our website for independent laboratories to see and respond to. Submit your companies laboratory test request on our website, or by calling us at 1-855-377-6821.

If you are an independent laboratory looking to increase your laboratory business, view our test requests from companies needing independent laboratories to perform their scientific research and testing.


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