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Custom made standards

Vials for standardsSeries CHS standards

We offer custom made standards for environmental applications, which use GC, GC/MS, HPLC, UHPLC and LC/MS techniques. If you open this inquiry form*, you can fill required custom mixture and send it to us. We will send you quotation for required mixture.

Compounds available for mixtures
  • Organochlorine pesticides
  • Organophosphorous pesticides
  • PAH's
  • PCB's
  • VOC's
  • BTEX
  • Triazines
  • Phenoles
  • Phthalates
  • Carbamates
  • Nitrosamines
  • Organic Acids

*Note: The inquiry form must not be properly shown in some website browsers.

Can you trust your buffer solution?

Can you trust your buffer solution?

GMP, GLP, ISO 9001, EN 45000, Calibration, Verification, Traceability, and Certification from an accredited organization: Key words those are increasingly important. The calibration of pH and Redox electrodes has never been easy. All calibration procedures assume that the labelled values of the calibration buffers are correct. But buffer values can change over time and so can your results

A complete range of patented buffer solutions provides never before achieved pH stability. Hamilton guarantees DURACAL pH buffers for 5 years after the date of manufacture. The pH 9.21 and pH 10.01 buffers are even stable in air. See the diagram below for details. High buffering capacity provides rapid, stable calibration. Preservatives are added to prevent microbial and mold growth.


An important issue for the production of Certified Reference Material is to ensure the traceability through an unbroken chain of comparisons to reference mate­rial of the highest metrological quality (Primary Reference Material).

  • Closed Loop Traceability: Unlike other manufacturers where only a top-down traceability is applied, Hamilton is work­ing with circular or closed loop traceability. The closed loop traceability ensures the users of Hamilton DURACAL buffer a unique reliability!

  • Top-down traceability: At Hamilton, the pH value of DURACAL buffers is de­termined by comparison against two Sec­ondary Reference Buffer Solutions. These are purchased from accredited suppliers for Secondary Reference Materials. The so­lutions themselves are compared against Primary Reference Solutions from PTB1) or NIST 2).

  • Bottom-up traceability: To ensure the highest possible accuracy and full reliability of the pH value, a representa­tive number of samples from every single production lot is sent to a German DKD3) laboratory (DKD-K-06901) for an external, independent and impartial verification. In this laboratory, the DURACAL samples are compared against Secondary Reference Solutions from DKD-K-06901.

    The Secondary Reference Solutions are of course compared against Primary Refer­ence Solutions from PTB. At this stage, the loop is closed: the PTB Primary Refer­ence Solution is the starting and ending point of the traceability loop. DKD provides Hamilton with a calibration certificate for every DURACAL production lot.

Classification and Labeling of Chemicals

Classification, labeling and packaging of substances is noted in CLP Regulation (Classification, Packaging andLabelling of Substances and mixtures). CLP Regulation was adopted by the European Parliament and Council in December 2008 and came into force on 20 January 2009. This regulation is based on the experience ofDirectives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC. The regulation aims to unify the criteria for classification and labeling of substancesand mixtures.

According to CLP regulation are labeled substances and mixtures usin warning signs of danger. Hazard warningsymbol is a graphical composition that includes a symbol or other graphical elements, such as a border,background pattern or color that is intended to convey specific information about the hazard. The label must contain one or more of the hazard warning symbols to convey specific information about the hazard. The followingtable provides an overview of the hazard symbols.

Minimum sample intake

LaboratoryEvery material is heterogeneous. The minimum sample intake is an amount of material that is representative of the whole unit (vial, bottle, jar etc.). The certified value and its uncertainty cannot be guaranteed for subsamples smaller than the minimum sample intake. Some manufacturers include this information in the certificate.

Expiry date

Resin materialsProducers of reference materials guarantee the integrity of the matenal and the certificate validity for a specified time, also known as the shelf life. This expiry date is valid for the unopened material, which is stored under the recommended storage conditions. This does not automatically mean that the user has to discard the unused sample once the she life has expired, but the producer cannot guarantee stability any longer. Users can continue to use the material under their own responsibility, if they have additIonal evidence of stability (e.g. no changes in quality control charts, comparison with other materials), however the material certIficate wIll not be valid.

Reference materials and certificates

Reference materialAll certified reference material are supplied with a certificate. So that you corretly use them, understanding the information contained in reference material certificates are necessary. Reference material certificates include below listed terms:

    • Certified values

    • Handling information

    • Indicative values

    • Metrological traceability statement (CRM)


ChemikálieArea of chemical substances includes broad range of materials, like solvents, certified reference materials, standards for various analyses, izotope labeled compounds and solvents for special applications and volumetric standards. This page offers information that will help you in work with these materials.

Solvents, standards, reagencies, certified reference materials and izotop labeled compounds are included in our catalogue - see eShop area.