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The CIPAC methods (Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council) play an important role particularly for the registration and authorization of plant protection products and are internationally recognized. Depending on the formulation of the product, we can perform the required method of analysis for your needs.

CIPAC-Methods
Guideline Description

CIPAC MT 3

Specific gravity, density and weight per millilitre

CIPAC MT 15

Suspensibility of wettable powders in water

CIPAC MT 20

Stability of dilute emulsion

CIPAC MT 22

Viscosity

CIPAC MT 32

Determination of conductivity

CIPAC MT 33

Tap density

CIPAC MT 34

Dustability tests after tropical storage

CIPAC MT 36

Emulsion characteristics of emulsifiable concentrates

CIPAC MT 39

Stability of liquid formulations at 0°C

CIPAC MT 41

Dilution stability of herbicide aqueous solutions

CIPAC MT 44

Flow number

CIPAC MT 46

Accelerated storage procedure

CIPAC MT 47

Persistent foaming

CIPAC MT 53

Wettability

CIPAC MT 58

Dust content and apparent density of granular pesticide formulations

CIPAC MT 59

Sieve analysis

CIPAC MT 75

Determination of pH values

CIPAC MT 148

Pourability of suspension concentrates

CIPAC MT 159

Pour and tap bulk density of granular materials

CIPAC MT 160

Spontaneity of dispersion of suspension concentrates

CIPAC MT 161

Suspensibility of aqueous suspension concentrates

CIPAC MT 167

Wet sieving after dispersion of water dispersible granules

CIPAC MT 169

Tap density of water dispersible granules

CIPAC MT 172

Flowability of water dispersible granules after heat test under pressure

CIPAC MT 174

Dispersibility of water dispersible granules

CIPAC MT 179

Dissolution degree and solution stability

CIPAC MT 180

Dispersion stability of suspo-emulsions

CIPAC MT 184

Suspensibility of formulations forming suspensions on dilution with water

CIPAC MT 185

Wet sieve test

CIPAC MT 186

Bulk density

CIPAC MT 191

Acidity or alkalinity of formulations

Technical Monograph n°17 (2nd Edition) Storage at ambient Temperature 2 years (at 20oC)

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