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Foodstuffs, animal feed, soils, pond water, artificial materials, clothing, cosmetics, toys – all of these things are regulated and required to meet certain quality standards. My-lab International has assembled the most important information you need to know about chemical analysis.


Here information is presented about analyses in the following fields:

All my food:

Here you can find everything from allergy analyses to mycotoxins to additives.

My house:

Do you want to buy a flat or a house. Do you have questions about contaminants? The following is a selection of useful analyses.

My flat:

Here we examine questions about the analysis of things like mold in the walls, contaminants in the furniture and rugs, softeners in cooking utensils or lead in the coffee maker.

My baby, my child:

Whether it is a question of childrens' toys or of insecticide in wool clothing, you will find the tests you need here.

My hobby, my garden:

We analyse everything in your garden from the soil to the things you grow in it and the animals you keep.

softener – information, analysis, sources

softeners They can be found in plastic toys, plastic packaging, sealing materials, colored pencils, make-up articles or lacquers. In principle, everywhere where plastic is to be made smooth and elastic. Many plasticizers are not firmly bounded to the material by chemical bonds and therefore the chemicals might evaporate step by step. This is how they […]


PFC – perfluorinated chemicals

The American outdoor clothing company Gore will partly stop using PFCs in 2020 and stop completely by 2023. What are PFCs? PFC is a mixture of several hundred hydrocarbons but with a large part of the hydrocarbon atoms or even all of the hydrocarbon atoms are replaced by fluorine. Just like teflon, these PFCs are […]


Nitrate and Nitrite – From Fertilizer to Pollutant

EU Complaint: Nitrate in groundwater Germany has had a problem with the nitrate content of groundwater for years. As early as April 2016, the EU Commission announced a complaint, and today, on 7 November 2016, they finally fulfilled their promise. How does nitrate get into groundwater? In German agriculture, more artificial fertilizer and manure is […]