EMLab P&K Provides Materials Testing Lab Services For Microbial Efficacy

January 28, 2009 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

EMLab P&K provides materials testing lab services, specializing in microbial challenge test methodologies. New technologies are constantly incorporated into the manufacture of materials. In some instances these new technologies may inadvertently accelerate or promote the growth of microorganisms. Also, new technology products and materials are being formulated to inhibit or slow down the growth of microorganisms. Growth-inhibiting products can be incorporated into the materials or used as a protective coating.

The ASTM and other standardization organizations have developed protocols to measure and quantify the amount and effects of microbial organisms on materials. EMLab P&K provides complete testing of materials following ASTM protocols. When a protocol is not applicable, EMLab P&K is able to develop rigorous, scientifically sound protocols to assist clients in a wide variety of materials testing needs.

“EMLab P&K has been in the forefront in serving clients and manufacturing companies with materials testing lab services for many years and continues to assist clients with developing and using utmost rigorous protocols to test a wide range of consumer products and materials. With our highly qualified analysts and experience in product and material testing services, we are here to help our clients meet their testing needs,” said Belinda Vega, EMLab P&K’s President.

EMLab P&K is recognized as one of the leading commercial indoor air quality laboratories in North America, specializing in analyzing air and surface samples for mold, bacteria, asbestos and allergens. EMLab P&K has received accreditations from AIHA, A2LA, NVLAP and CA-ELAP. For more information, visit the official website at http://www.emlabpk.com.


[Via http://www.medicalnewstoday.com]


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