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Reference Materials - SALE

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Fapas is a world-leading producer of high-quality Reference Materials. These are essential, quality control aids that can be used on an "every batch" basis to monitor the analytical process. Reference Materials provide more than Quality Control Materials. The reference values have a greater degree of traceability and are provided with measurement uncertainty data. Reference materials have a defined stability which has been established from formal studies. Laboratories will use them as part of their normal quality control process. Competent laboratories already do this but often they use "standards" which they have made themselves and which have not been subjected to rigorous homogeneity tests through analysis by a large number of quality laboratories.


If you need to measure accuracy more closely, buy Fapas Reference Materials.

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New Allergens Reference Material

The challenge of producing Allergen Reference Materials is over. Fapas proudly announce the launch of this new service. The first matrix to be produced is commercial cake mix manufactured to be gluten-free, egg-free and milk-free, blended with ingredients known to contain gluten, egg and milk. The reference material comes in two parts so that a relative comparison can be made between methods.

  • Reference Material has been produced according to the principles of ISO Guide 34
  • Reference values derived from the results consensus of ISO 17025 accredited labs
  • Stability of the reference material has been established from a formal study