Antimicrobial Product Chemistry
Accuratus Lab Services offers our clients full product chemistry analysis including chemical characterization of active ingredients, testing of product-specific impurities, physical chemistry analysis and storage stability testing. Our product chemistry testing capabilities include a broad range of antimicrobial active ingredients (AIs) and preservatives using a variety of analytical equipment such as HPLC, GC and autotitrators.
Accuratus Lab Services can measure the AI in your product, including common antimicrobial active ingredients such as quaternary ammonium compounds, chlorine, hypochlorite, hydrogen peroxide, or peracids. This allows us to correlate your AI concentrations to microbiological or viral efficacy results – which is especially important for reusable or unstable formulations.
Whether your antimicrobial product is based upon quaternary ammonium compounds, chlorine, hypochlorite, hydrogen peroxide, or peracid chemistries, Accuratus Lab Services can measure your AI. This allows us to correlate your AI concentrations to microbiological or viral efficacy results – which is especially important for reusable or unstable formulations.
To Request Chemistry Testing
You can submit your test request electronically, and download a PDF for your records. Click the link below to access our analytical chemistry test request form.
Product Chemistry Testing includes:
- Method Validation (OPPTS 830.1800)
- Chemical Characterization (OPPTS 830.1750)
- Preliminary Analysis (OPPTS 830.1700)
- Accelerated Storage Stability (OPPTS 830.6317)
- Long-term Storage Stability (OPPTS 830.6317)
- Physical Chemistry
Accuratus Lab Services offers the product chemistry studies required by EPA’s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP) Assessment Guidelines 830 series to characterize your antimicrobial product and to define any potential hazards associated with its routine handling and use. Chemistry studies for supporting product registrations are performed under our rigorous GLP program.