CIPAC MT 46 PDF

temperature and time regimes provided in CIPAC MT [2]. . *MT is not intended for testing microbial pesticides, which may require. CIPAC MT (Stability of liquid formulations at 0oC) is the preferred method for . CIPAC: MT Accelerated Storage Procedure. MT Methods. The following is a list of descriptions for CIPAC’s MT Methods. For more information .. MT 46 ACCELERATED STORAGE PROCEDURE. SCOPE.

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Our modern laboratory ensures stable and durable formulations which meet even the most challenging customer requirements. We create up-to-the-minute formulations which excel at putting the biological effects of active substances to maximum use. Our analytical chemists study physicochemical properties to the extent required for registration and requirements mg the specification FAO.

We also perform analyses of products supporting agrotechnical procedures, i. We reduce any risks that might occur during transport, storage or utilisation, by paying special attention to the selection of appropriate components at the formulation stage.

CIPAC-Methods

Our objective is to minimise any adverse impact that our products might have on the environment. On the basis of the inspection which was held in by Bureau for Chemical Substances confirmed that Pestila Sp. This means that mmt are fully authorised to carry out studies assessing the physicochemical properties of substances and mixtures.

Good Laboratory Practice GLP embodies a set of principles that provides a framework within which studies are planned, performed, monitored, recorded, reported and archived. These studies are undertaken to generate data by which the hazards and risks to users, consumers and third parties, including the environment, can be assessed for pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, veterinary medicines, industrial chemicals, cosmetics, food and feed cipax and biocides.

If required, new analytical methods are developed and validated in accordance with SANCO regulations. Our laboratory has the GLP certificate, which means that all defined standards for organisation, personnel, facilities, test and reference substances, work instructions, result reporting, and archiving are met. Our methods comply with the requirements of the European Union and with the principles of Good Laboratory Practice. In liquid chromatography we use UV detector, fixed or variable wavelength, which includes diode array detector DAD and refractive index detector.

Persistent foam is a measure the amount of foam likely to be present in a spray tank or other application equipment following dilution of the product with water in accordance with the label instructions.

Dilution stability is determined to ensure water soluble products dissolve readily and, when diluted, produce stable solutions without precipitation, flocculation etc. The nominal size range for solid materials for direct application eg dustable powders ci;ac granules and solid materials for dispersion in water eg wettable powder and granules must be determined.

The data are required to ensure that an acceptable proportion of cipsc product is within an appropriate size range. We have the Mastersizer laser diffraction particle size analyzer which delivers rapid, accurate particle size distributions for wet dispersions. Karl Fischer method is classic technique providing a reliable and truly practical method for the determination of water content in raw materials and products. Water content plays a significant role in many chemical processes and affects product performance, organoleptic properties and stability.

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It is an important parameter for neat substances as well as for produced goods and must be controlled, especially in the chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical and food and beverage industries. Stability tests at elevated temperatures mr designed to increase the rate of chemical degradation or physical change of a product. Accelerated testing is performed at elevated temperatures in an attempt to obtain information on the shelf life of a product in a relatively short time.

Accelerated testing involves extrapolations from higher to lower temperatures and from shorter to longer storage periods. This test is performed visually and organoleptically. The test consists of following parameters: The physical state is described in qualitative terms such as solid, liquid, suspension etc. Odour involves the use of descriptive terms e.

Wettability of solid products which are diluted for use e. The spontaneity of dispersion of water dispersible products eg water dispersible granules and suspension concentrates is determined to show the product is easily and rapidly dispersed when diluted with water.

The density of a solid or liquid substance is defined as the mass of the substance occupying unit volume at a stated temperature. The density is measured by traditional methods hydrometer and pycnometer and by a modern density meter. The density meter is the most accurate density meter on the market and is ideal for numerous fields of application and successful nt operation in the laboratory. The dry sieve test is designed to determine the particle size distribution of dustable powders and granules that are intended for direct application, to ensure acceptable application.

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For products which form emulsions, emulsifiability, emulsion stability and re-emulsifiability data are required to determine whether a product forms and maintains a stable emulsion. The result of 466 test shows if a sufficient amount of active constituent is homogeneously dispersed in suspension and emulsion in the spray liquid, to give a satisfactory and effective mixture during spraying.

This test demonstrates that the user can make use of the maximum amount of the product in the container and that an excessive amount of the material does not remain in the container. This test should be conducted with suspension concentrates, capsule suspensions and suspo-emulsions.

The method is suitable for determining free acidity or alkalinity in technical or formulated pesticides. The acidity or alkalinity is determined by titration with standard acid or alkali in the presence of methyl red. The pH value of a liquid is measured by the pH meter. The pH is measured directly in the formulation or in aqueous solutions, suspensions of products. Suspensibility of water dispersible products e.

For water dispersible products, a wet sieve test must be conducted. Wet sieve analysis determines the quantity of particles in a formulation collected on a screen after dilution in cipav. The residue remaining on a sieve is determined after dispersion to ensure that no unacceptable residue remains, which can cause blockage of nozzles in application equipment.

This test is applicable to wettable powders, suspension concentrates, water dispersible granules, aqueous capsule suspensions, dispersible concentrates, suspo-emulsions, water soluble granules and water soluble powders. We offer development and validation of analytical method. To provide customers with flexibility we offer the possibility of working according to our own Standard Cipzc Procedures or on protocols supplied by customers.

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Customer receives a validation protocol and report. Liquid formulations capsule suspensions, emulsifiable concentrates, oil-in-water emulsions, microemulsions, soluble concentrates, suspension concentrates may be adversely affected by storage at low temperature. Storage at low temperature may result in crystallisation of active constituent ssignificant changes in viscosity or phase separation of emulsions.

Depending on the formulation type and packaging material, testing under standardised relative humidity and light exposure conditions may also be required. Definition of Good Laboratory Practice Good Laboratory Practice GLP embodies a set of principles that provides a framework within which studies are planned, performed, monitored, recorded, reported and archived. Our laboratory specialises in — The determination of physical and chemical properties — Content of active substance The tests are carried out in accordance with CIPAC methods.

We offer among others, the following analyses Our laboratory has the GLP certificate, which means that all defined standards for organisation, personnel, facilities, test and reference substances, work instructions, result reporting, and archiving are met.

Cipsc statement of GLP compliance guarantees the international recognition of test results. Persistent foaming CIPAC MT 47 Persistent foam is a measure the amount of foam likely to be present in a spray tank or other application equipment following dilution of the product with water in accordance with the label instructions.

Dilution stability CIPAC MT 41 Dilution stability is determined to ensure water soluble products dissolve readily and, when diluted, produce stable solutions without precipitation, flocculation etc. Particle size distribution CIPAC MT The nominal size range for cipqc materials for direct application eg dustable powders and granules and solid materials for dispersion in water eg wettable powder and granules must be determined. Accelerated testing CIPAC MT 46 Stability tests at elevated temperatures are designed to increase the rate of chemical degradation or physical change of a product.

Emulsifiability, re-emulsifiability and emulsion stability CIPAC MT 36 For products which form emulsions, emulsifiability, emulsion stability and re-emulsifiability data are required to determine whether a product forms and maintains a stable emulsion.

Dispersion stability of suspo-emulsions CIPAC MT The result of this test shows if a sufficient amount of active constituent is homogeneously dispersed in suspension and emulsion in the spray liquid, to give a satisfactory and effective mixture during spraying.

Pourability CIPAC MT This test demonstrates that the user can make cipqc of the maximum amount of the product in the container and that an excessive amount of cipqc material does not remain in the container.

Cold stability testing CIPAC MT 39 Liquid formulations capsule suspensions, emulsifiable concentrates, oil-in-water emulsions, microemulsions, soluble concentrates, suspension concentrates may be adversely affected by storage at low temperature.

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