Paraffin Oil Testing
Paraffin Oil Testing – Common uses of paraffin oil include insect repellent, cleaning product, weed killer and plant growth additive.
Mineral oils are certain fractions from petroleum refining and may be traded under various designations such as paraffinum liquidum, paraffin, cera microcristallina, petrolatum (soft paraffin), mineral oil, paraffin wax, paraffin oil, ozokerite, or white (mineral) oil, depending on type (eg, liquid or solid) or field of application.
Highly refined mineral oils are practically tasteless and odorless even when warmed.
The first step of MOSH-MOAH analysis is the necessity to obtain a solution usable for chromatography. In simple cases (e.g., for raw materials or dry food products), an extraction with hexane is sufficient.
How can we help with your testing requirements?
We have established methods for products containing various paraffin and mineral oils.
Whether single actives or part of something more complex we can develop and validate methods to support your registration requirements.
Helping you through the Biocidal Products Regulations to be able to market your product and providing stability and safety data through various physical and chemical testing.
These tests can all be done in compliance with GLP where required, and if the formal certification is not required you can still rest assured that all of our processes are carried out following the same high-quality standards even when outside of GLP.
We partner with consultants and other laboratories to support additional testing requirements too – so if we can’t do it, we will help you find someone who can through our trusted network.
Please contact us for further discussion of your particular Paraffin testing requirements.
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