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New LGC Promochem catalogue - Reference materials for food, industry and occupational hygiene

LGC : 19 June, 2003  (Company News)
LGC Promochem, Europe
LGC Promochem, Europe´s leading supplier of certified reference materials, has increased its product range for food safety and quality control, industry and occupational hygiene. In a new catalogue containing details of over a thousand products intended for analysis in these sectors, LGC Promochem has sourced products from reputable national and international bodies such as the Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and commercial organisations including ULTRA Scientific and Cerilliant as well as LGC´s in-house production facility.

Reference materials are a vital tool for analysts, helping to improve accuracy, traceability and repeatability of chemical measurements. LGC Promochem supplies two types of materials: standards are traceable samples of pure substances intended for instrument and test protocol calibration, whilst matrix materials are samples of certified composition, which allow analysts to check their own methods for accuracy and repeatability. This sort of validation is increasingly important for laboratory accreditation particularly where analytical results are used for litigation purposes.

Food analysts will find a new range of mycotoxin standards in addition to the established selection of standards such as food colours and lipids. Among the wide variety of matrix materials are meat samples with various levels of metals and milk powder certified for fat content.

The industrial product range has been extended and, for the first time, includes the Conostan(r) range of oil-based standards. Matrix materials include a variety of environmentally-oriented products such as sulfur in fuel.

To order a free copy of ´General reference materials for food, industry and occupational hygiene 2003-2004´ contact your local LGC Promochem office or download a .pdf version from www.lgcpromochem.com where you will also find full details of products for other key market sectors including pharmaceutical testing, environmental analysis, forensic science, clinical science and general analyte determination.
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