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New LC-MS/MS at Dr. Graner & Partner

Human food and drinking water are important goods Limit exceedance of pesticides, herbicides und fungicides - now well over 1,000 of these substances and degradation products are known - are the focus of a sensitized public. Magazines such as Ökotest often checks food and other products for pesticide residues, on the Internet thousands of pages dealing with the subject

 

In principle, maximum levels of these substances in drinking water, food and the environment are strictly regulated and determined. Food and feed manufacturers and the trade have to ensure that limits are met. The basis is formed by various national and European regulations such as the

 

- Maximum Residue Level Regulation - (RHmV) and the

- Drinking Water Regulation - 2001 Drinking Water

 

These national regulations are a result of regulations of the European Community like:

(EEC) No 315/93, 90/642/EEC, 97/41/EC and other European regulations, such as animal feed regulations.

 

In addition there are various rules and regulations in the field of environment.

 

In particular, plant-based products should be routinely tested for residues of pesticides. The Dr. Graner & Partner GmbH is excellently equipped for the analysis of these contaminants with an advanced LC-MS/MS, several conventional HPLC systems as well as several GC-MS systems. The mass spectrometric detection allows conclusive statements about the kind and the concentration of the pesticides and therefore a safe classification of the results. Our recommendation: Analyze your products regularly. So you can look reassured forward to the next releases of Stiftung Warentest and Ökotest!

 

 

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• From chemical analysis to expert`s validation - all from one source

 

• Consolidated micro biological and physical-chemical analysis

 

• Many years of experience in demarcation matters



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REACH
REACH – List of candidates of substances of very high concern - After publication of the first candidate list with the first 15 SVGC substances on 28.10.2008 there is the task for many trading companies, importers and manufactures of determining whether any of these substances are contained in commercial products, or materials.
The first extension of the candidate list of substances of very high concern (SVHC) was decided by the Member State Committee of ECHA, on 07.12.2009. The candidate list was extended by a further 14 substances to a total of 29 substances...(more)