Behmothlabz Quality Control Process:

Behemoth’s dedication to quality includes providing researchers with the best research compounds we are able to. As aspirational market leaders, we take pride in fostering innovation by placing a strong emphasis on the requirements of our customers.

When we receive new raw materials, we place them in a designated quarantine where they are kept apart from raw materials that have already been approved. Until all testing procedures and documentation are finished, only staff members who collect samples for testing are allowed to handle the materials in this area. Additionally, they cannot be sent to clients or used in production.
 
There could be multiple containers of the same product in a single shipment of raw materials. In order to ensure that the entire supply meets our quality standards, we take samples from each container. These samples are then combined into a composite sample and sent to a different lab for analysis.
 
Each sample goes through a number of evaluations. A product is subjected to various analyses depending on its chemical composition and other characteristics. A product’s data sheet will list the tests that were conducted as well as our minimal standards. The public can view each product’s specifications on the product listing page.

Each batch of raw materials and each production lot of finished goods is assigned a unique batch tracking number (Batch #), which aids in our ability to locate each batch during the production, quarantine, and after-purchase phases. This is done to ensure that our products are consistent and uphold the highest standards of quality.

Each batch number corresponds to a reliable Certificate of Analysis (COA). Each finished item’s batch number is visible on the label. The COAs and lab reports for your product can be found in the third-party analysis section of the product listing. The term “batch purity reports” refers to collections of raw materials that require accurate measurement and identification. Potency audits make sure that a liquid product’s concentration won’t deviate from the label’s stated value by more than 10%.

Every batch of every product is sent to an outside, independent lab to be examined for contaminants, impurities, and purity. The testing techniques we employed are listed below, along with a brief explanation of each:

Most products are purified using High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), which is a technique. When a single molecule or class of molecules can be assayed for, this method is used. In HPLC, a pressurized liquid and a sample mixture are passed through a column filled with adsorbent using pumps. This separates the parts of the sample based on how strongly they stick to the adsorbent. The parts of the sample that have been separated are then lit up and analyzed.

A detector can measure how much light is absorbed because most organic compounds absorb a certain amount of light as they pass by the applied light beam. Based on the sequence in which the components leave the column, the detector also logs the components’ retention times. This output can then be sent to another analytical device, like an LC-MS, for more analysis, or the peak area can be used to figure out exactly what is in the sample.

The methods mentioned above cannot or will not work for some products. Alternative techniques must be applied in these circumstances. These techniques can consist of:
 
Purity Thermogravimetric Analysis
 
The mass of a sample is measured over time as the temperature changes in the thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), a technique for thermal analysis. Phase changes, absorption, adsorption, and desorption, as well as chemical phenomena like chemisorptions, thermal decomposition, and solid-gas reactions are all revealed by this measurement (e.g., oxidation or reduction).
 
Identification & Purity Using UV-Vis Spectroscopy
 
Absorption or reflectance spectroscopy in the ultraviolet-visible spectral range is referred to as ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis). This indicates that it makes use of light in the visible and nearby UV ranges. An analyte-containing solution is passed through with the aid of a light beam. The amount of light that is absorbed and the composition of the sample are determined by measuring the wavelengths and intensities of the light that passes through.
 
Identification and purity using FTIR Spectroscopy
 
Any absorption spectroscopy, including FTIR, UV-Vis, and others, aims to quantify how well a sample absorbs light at various wavelengths. By using the “dispersive spectroscopy” method, the simplest way to accomplish this is to illuminate a sample with a monochromatic light beam, measure how much of the light is absorbed, and repeat for each different wavelength.
 
In order to determine how a solid, liquid, or gas absorbs or emits infrared light, one can use Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). High-spectral-resolution data are simultaneously gathered over a broad spectral range by an FTIR spectrometer. This is a significant advancement over dispersive spectrometers, which can only simultaneously measure intensity over a limited spectrum of wavelengths.
 
Because a Fourier transform, a mathematical procedure, is used to transform raw data into the actual spectrum, infrared spectroscopy is known as “Fourier-transform” spectroscopy.
 
Simply put, the chemist believes that a sign of composition is the physical change that takes place when a known reagent is added to a solution that already contains the analyte.

The documents are compared to the material specifications after the third-party tests are completed to determine whether they pass or fail. Any material that doesn’t meet a specification is subject to additional testing by a third party. If one or more specifications fail the additional testing, the material will be rejected. If it’s not possible, we’ll try to return the item to the vendor before throwing it away. We finish the internal testing process if the material satisfies all requirements.

We conduct our own analysis as a second confirmation to the analysis conducted by a third party, using some of the testing techniques mentioned above.

  • Our company’s philosophy is to assist researchers in achieving their scientific and analytical objectives by providing them with the highest and purest quality research compounds that not only meet but also exceed client expectations.
  • Behemoth’s quality mission statement states that we will continue to seek out ways to surpass the standards that our clients have come to expect and deserve, with a strict emphasis on ensuring that every facet of our operations demonstrates a dedication to the Quality Policy.
  • Sourcing of the highest and purist quality research materials from our suppliers
  • Appropriate testing of each product through reputable third party labs and 1st party tests.
  • Excellent customer service
  • Continuous improvement of business operations and processes
  • Honesty and integrity in our marketing
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