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Microbiology Lab

Naratech Lab (food, water, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics)

Welcome to Naratech Lab

Naratech lab was established in 2008 and has been working continuously for over seven years to support and guide a wide range of food restaurants, hospitals, hotels, water treatment plants and cosmetics manufacturers. In 2012, Naratech Lab obtained ISO 17025 and became the first private laboratory to be certified by JAS. Naratech Lab is a JFDA certified laboratory under the Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) compliance program.

We offer a comprehensive range of services with access to extensive external information. Advice and recommendations are documented in reports that we provide automatically. In addition to our extensive laboratory services, we also perform on-site assessments to analyze industrial hygiene and good manufacturing practices.

Microbiological analysis
we perform microbiological analysis of food, water, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics products:
• Compliance with the Food & water Standards Code.
• Detection and enumeration of potential spoilage and food poisoning organisms.

Important Pathogens Associated with Foodborne Illness
As part of our comprehensive testing offering for the food industry, Naratech Lab provides microbiological testing for food processing at all stages of production, including environmental testing, problem solving, and quality assurance.
To comply with USDA and FDA regulations, food manufacturers often need to test their products for microorganisms whose presence and growth could pose a threat to human health. Naratech Lab offers a wide range of methods for the detection of all microorganisms and pathogens of importance to the food industry.

INDICATOR ORGANISMS

  • Aerobic Plate Count
  • Coliforms
  • E.coli
  • Yeast &Mold Counts
  • Others

PATHOGENS

  • Pseudomonades
  • Bacillus Cereus
  • Listeria
  • Salmonella
  • Staphylococcus Aureus
  • Clostridium Perfringens
  • others Species

Methods & Techniques:
The classical methods are used in accordance with AOAC, BAM, and standard methods for the examination of water and waste water (APHA; 2012).

Chemical analysis:
Chemical analysis of water samples is performed by photometric methods and includes:
PH, TDS, No3, No2, Mg, Fe, F, So4 and Na