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Analysis of household chemicals

MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSES

Accredited microbiological quality tests in accordance with the relevant harmonized standards:

- PN-EN ISO 21149 the count of aerobic mesophilic bacteria
- PN-EN ISO 16212 the count of yeasts and moulds
- PN-EN ISO 22718 the presence of Staphylococcus aureus
- PN-EN ISO 22717 the presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- PN-EN ISO 18416 the presence of Candida albicans
- PN-EN ISO 21150 the presence of Escherichia coli

Disinfectants:

According to available harmonized standards:

- PN-EN 13697 Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Quantitative method for determining, on non-porous surfaces, of bactericidal and / or fungicidal activity of chemical  disinfectants used in food, industrial, domestic and public utilities;

- PN-EN 1650 Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics - Quantitative suspension test  for the fungicidal action or yeasticidal chemical  disinfectants and antiseptics used in food, industrial , domestic and public utilities;

- PN-EN 1276 Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics - quantitative suspension method  for determining the bactericidal activity of chemical disinfectants and antiseptics  used in the food, industrial and home and
 public utilities sectors.

PHYSICOCHEMICAL ANALYSES

- pH
- stability
- bulk density
- chlorine content
- active chlorine content
- active oxygen content
- fatty acid content
- acid number
- saponification number
- peroxide number
- heavy metal content
- identification and determination of free formaldehyde
- determination of water insoluble substances
- viscosity
- dry residue content
- density

UTILITY TESTS:

- foaming capacity
- foam stability index
- fat emulsification ability
- washing capacity for manual dishwashing by IKaWu method
- detergent capacity determination
- softening test
- determination of rehydration capacity
- determination of the ability to dissolve limescale

SENSORY ANALYSIS

- laboratory sensory tests to determine the sensory characteristics of detergents
- comparative tests against a pattern or several products with respect to each other to determine the differences between products and their strengths and weaknesses
- tests using hedonic scale, e.g. I like - I do not like, I buy - I do not buy  to determine the degree of acceptance of detergents by respondents

Sensory analyses of products are conducted using the following methods:

- descriptive
- even
- triangle

CONSUMER RESEARCH

- Product comparison and positioning in relation to competition
- Choosing the best product version
- Product acceptance / desirability evaluation
- Identification of attributes influencing the overall product evaluation by customers
- Determining a group of consumers preferring certain products

Consumer research is carried out using carefully selected groups of consumers that meet certain criteria, depending on the purpose of the research, such as a preference, age, etc. so that the tests provide the desired information.

Certificates and approvals

  • 3 Topole
  • Agros Nova
  • Amber Spark
  • Animex
  • Anita
  • Bakalland
  • Biedronka
  • Bonduelle
  • Carrefour
  • Cedrob
  • Clinikka
  • Coca-Cola
  • Dalkia
  • Davit
  • Delecta
  • Delicpol
  • Develey
  • Dino Polska
  • Dr Gerard
  • Dr Oetker
  • E’Leclerc
  • EkoNorm Sp. z o.o.
  • ENEA Wytwarzanie S.A.
  • Eurocash
  • Fanex
  • Fresenius Nephrocare Polska
  • FSB Piekarnie
  • Grana
  • Grycan
  • Herbapol
  • Hochland
  • Hotel Westin
  • Hotele Hilton
  • Hotele Radisson
  • Kooperol
  • Kruger
  • Libra
  • Makton
  • Mieszko
  • Mispol
  • Mościbrody
  • MPWiK Warszawa
  • Nordfish
  • Oerlemans
  • Oskroba
  • Otmuchów
  • Pepsi Cola
  • Profi
  • Real
  • Roldrob
  • Rolnik
  • SEKO
  • SGGW
  • Śnieżka
  • Sodexo
  • Suempol
  • Teekanne
  • Telepizza
  • Tesco
  • Virtu
  • Żabka
  • Zagłoba
  • Zielona Budka