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ACCREDITED LABORATORY IN HUNGARY

     We are pleased to announce that the Microbiological Laboratory of J.S. Hamilton Hungaria Kft. on the 16th of November 2016 received the accredited status by the National Accreditation Authority (NAH) under the registration number NAH-1-1801/2016 and was registered until 15th November, 2021.

 

Besides being a Full Member of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), the National Accreditation Authority (NAH) has also received the subscription right and has signed the Multilateral Agreement (EA MLA) of the European Accreditation (EA), so the analyses of the Microbiological Laboratory are accepted not only in Hungary but also abroad.

 

The National Food Chain Safety Office has licensed the operation of the Microbiological Laboratory on the 27th June, 2016 under the registration number 131/2016/Lab/NÉBIH.


 

 

 

 

ACCREDITED LABORATORY IN HUNGARY

     We are pleased to announce that the Microbiological Laboratory of J.S. Hamilton Hungaria Kft. on the 16th of November 2016 received the accredited status by the National Accreditation Authority (NAH) under the registration number NAH-1-1801/2016 and was registered until 15th November, 2021.

 

Besides being a Full Member of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), the National Accreditation Authority (NAH) has also received the subscription right and has signed the Multilateral Agreement (EA MLA) of the European Accreditation (EA), so the analyses of the Microbiological Laboratory are accepted not only in Hungary but also abroad.

 

The National Food Chain Safety Office has licensed the operation of the Microbiological Laboratory on the 27th June, 2016 under the registration number 131/2016/Lab/NÉBIH.

 

New laboratory in Romania

We are proud to announce, that our first foreign subsidiary laboratory, located in Romania (part of J.S. Hamilton Romania), has been positively verified and received accreditation.
Our laboratory in Romania will offer a full set of microbiological analysis of food, water and cosmetics.
We truly hope, that our expanded services will be of great assistance, for all those who conduct business in Romania.

 

 

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)

According to the FAO / WHO experts some Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (called PAHs) are genotoxic carcinogens . PAHs can contaminate foods during smoking or drying processes as well as in the result of environmental contamination ( particularly fish and fish products are  vulnerable to contamination). In respect to PAHs, the Commission Regulation ( EC) No 1881/ 2006 of 19 December 2006 setting maximum levels for certain contaminants in foodstuffs, has been replaced by Commission Regulation ( EU) No 835/ 2011 of 19 August 2011.

 

Read more: Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)

 

ACCREDITED PRESERVATION EFFICACY TESTS (CHALLENGE TESTS) - ISO 11930:2012

How to prove that your cosmetic products are safe?
 
New ISO standard will help to evaluate the antimicrobial protection of cosmetics.
Please contact J.S. Hamilton laboratories to learn more about Challenge Tests according to ISO 11930:2012
phone: +48 58 766 99 14 or mail: hamilton@hamilton.com.pl 

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DOSSIER ALREADY AVAILABLE!

J.S.Hamilton Poland S.A. introduced new service in the field of environmental protection. Environmental issues and all their aspects have become, especially since our accession to the European Union, the key problem for businesses, institutions and local government units.

 

Read more: ENVIRONMENTAL DOSSIER ALREADY AVAILABLE!

 

BELARUSIAN UNIVERSAL COMMODITY EXCHANGE

As of 14th September 2011 J. S. Hamilton Poland S.A. has become first independent inspection and testing company accredited with ,,Belarusian Universal Commodity Exchange''.

 

Read more: BELARUSIAN UNIVERSAL COMMODITY EXCHANGE

 

PACKAGINGS - COMPREHENSIVE LABORATORY TESTING

Our Laboratories provide a comprehensive analysis of packaging materials intended into contact with foodstuffs:
  • overall migration (OML),
  • specific migration (SML),
  • sensory assessment of taste and odour transferred from packaging to food,
  • determination of heavy metals in compliance with Directive 94/62/EC,
  • microbiological tests for total count of bacteria, molds and yeast and other pathogens in all types of packaging
  • and other physico-chemical tests.

 

 

Read more: PACKAGINGS - COMPREHENSIVE LABORATORY TESTING

 
 

 

 
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