Isotope ratio (includes: (D/H)I & II, 13C and 18O)

SKU
EC0900
£1,200.00
Contact Us

  • Preferred contact Method:

  • Telephone

We will use the email address provided above to contact you about this service within 2 working days

Isotope ratio (includes: (D/H)I & II, 13C and 18O)
  • Method Used
    SNIF-NMR and IR-MS
  • Minimum Sample
    100ml
  • Minimum no. of samples required
    1
  • Standard Turnaround
    20 working days

Our wide range of analysis activities are underpinned by our UKAS accredited stable isotope analysis methods. These are performed to detect chaptalisation with either C3 or C4 sugars, as well as highlighting the addition of water. Our insights can verify the authenticity of your products, strengthening your brand and putting your customers at ease.

From this analysis, we can highlight various adulteration tactics across a range of measurable characteristics to ensure product authenticity is maintained across your supply chain, preventing risks of recall by ensuring purchased produce is supplied as described, and mitigating the risk of brand damage.

Within the EU, oenological practises and their implementation are covered by regulation and are typically informed by the recommendations of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV).

Wine authenticity is a major concern for industry, as chaptalisation occurrences & quality issues continue to be a mainstay. Fera’s analysis methods can highlight these issues & provide the insights required to address the underlying causes to ensure produce is fit for purpose.

Isotope ratio forms much of the basis of our authenticity analysis measures, and is used throughout our bespoke testing capabilities to inform our targeted analysis activities. To learn more about how we can meet your requirements through our flexible testing methods, contact us.

Detail

Specification

Accredited

Yes

Method

SNIF-NMR and IR-MS

Sample Information

100ml

Minimum Sample Quantity (Batch Size)

1

Turnaround Time

20 working days

You may also be interested in

Image for Artificial sweetners: Aspartame, Acesulfame-K and Saccharin.

Artificial sweetners: Aspartame, Acesulfame-K and Saccharin.

Using ion-pair reversed phase HPLC coupled with UV detection Fera’s food safety experts can analyse your food and drink samples, including wine, for the presence of artificial sweeteners; aspartame (E951), acesulfame-K (E950) and saccharin (E954).

Image for Sugars: Fructose / Glucose / Sucrose

Sugars: Fructose / Glucose / Sucrose

This test will analyse your honey, drink or juice samples for total sugar content.

Image for Preservatives (Citric, Sorbic, and Benzoic Acid)

Preservatives (Citric, Sorbic, and Benzoic Acid)

Using reversed phase HPLC coupled with UV detection Fera’s food safety experts can analyse your food and drink samples for the presence of the permitted additives sorbic acid (E200), Benzoic acid (E210) and citric acid (E330).