PESTICIDE ANALYSIS - English Version

 
PESTICIDE ANALYSIS
Your pesticide residue analysis is in the hands of our specialists who understand customers’ need for fast, accurate and reliable analysis.
 
Laboratory offers a pesticide testing service to a wide range of clients. The range of service is adjusted to the customer needs. The main service provided is  determination of pesticide residues in fresh fruit and vegetables, processed food of plant origin, cereals, fresh and dried spices, mushrooms, products of animal origin and water.
We offer:
  • Multiresidue methods – a comprehensive screens of over 300 compounds covering the common grups (organochlorine, organophosphorus, organonitrogen, carbamates and pyrethroids),
  • Dithiocarbamates – these compounds are determined as carbon disulphide, to give total residue of thiram, ferbam, ziram, mancozeb, maneb, zineb, propineb,
  • Bromide ion
Analytical methods are based on fully validated laboratory developed procedures and published  standards (PN-EN 12396, PB/PBP-07, PB/PBP-09, PB/PBP-10, PB/PBP-13). The analyses are performed by experienced staff.
Laboratory is accredited by PCA according to the ISO/EC 17025 standard for all methods used and operates under comprehensive quality system covering all aspects of laboratory operation.
Our lab is furnished with modern equipment including a range of GC and HPLC instruments fitted with a range of detection systems. All pesticide residues are confirmed using high resolution GC/MS, GC/MS/MS and LC/MS/MS. The use of these techniques provide clients with a greater confidence to the analytical data.
You can expect quality results within 5-8 working days. In emergency case we can perform rapid analysis in 2-3 days at  additional charge.
Please complete the Analysis Request Form and send it to WSSE with the samples.
If you have any questions please call us.
 
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2. Analysis Request Form