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Analysis infrastructure

According to strengthening of standard with regard to food and health functional food, Wooree BIO R&D Center is operating the quality management system complying with KOLAS (Korea Laboratory Accreditation Scheme) so that we can prevent adulteration fundamentally.

Analysis category

· Residual pesticides (473 pesticides notified by Ministry of Food and Drug Safety)

· Heavy metals (Pb, As, Cd, Hg)

· Residual solvents

· Nutrition Facts

Major Research Equipments

  • Triple Quadrupole LC/MS (LC/MS/MS) Analytical equipment used for the analysis of the constituents of trace metabolites and chemicals in samples with complex matrixes, and for the analysis of residual pesticides
  • Triple Quadrupole GC/MS (GC/MS/MS) Analytical equipment used for the analysis of the constituents of trace metabolites and chemicals in samples with complex matrixes, and for the analysis of residual pesticides
  • Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS) Equipment for analysis of trace inorganic elements such as arsenic and mercury present in various environmental samples
  • Headspace Sampler Equipment that collects and concentrates volatile organic matter contained in liquid and solid samples and automatically injects samples for analysis in a gas chromatograpy
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) Analytical equipment used to separate, identify, and quantify each component in a mixture
  • Evaporative Light Scattering Detector (ELSD) Aerosol-based HPLC detector suitable for the detection of non-volatile sample components in a volatile eluent
  • Fluorescence Detector (FLD) HPLC detector suitable for the detection of compounds having specific functional groups excited by higher wavelength radiation which called fluorescence
  • Microwave Digestion System Equipment used for acid decomposition of samples or for dissolving organic/inorganic samples using microwave energy
  • Automated Kjeldahl System Equipment used to analyze the content of total nitrogen and protein content using the Kjeldahl principle
  • Muffle Furnace Equipment for analyzing the ash content of sample
  • Vacuum Oven Equipment that removes solvents without changing the state of material by controlling the precise temperature of the sample in a vacuum
  • Shaker Equipment that mixes large amounts (Max. 40L) of samples at once