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Industrial Laboratories (IL) is an independent third party analyticallaboratory that specializes in Food and Drug analysis. IL specializes in analytical chemistry applications including but not limited to Nutritional Labeling, Microbiological testing, dietary supplement screening, label claim verification, drug analysis in performance sports animals and sports supplements, methamphetamine detection, and potability in drinking water samples.

Our 60 year experience has allowed us to work with a large number of different analytes, from herbal compounds, to vitamins, to performance enhancing pharmaceuticals. These have been tested for in a large number of sample matrices, from tablets and pills, to functional foods, and even in urine and blood from animals. Industrial Laboratories provides state of the art analysis using cutting edge technologies. Our facility utilizes a number of different testing platforms and instrumentation so that, when possible, we may offer a variety of testing options and price points for clients.

Industrial Laboratories believes in human interaction. Clients will work directly with our Client Service representatives and Sales Staff and, if necessary, our laboratory directors to ensure their testing needs and inquiries are met in a timely and efficient manner.

Our 7500 square foot facility is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Wheat Ridge is a short 15 minute drive west of Downtown Denver, and easily accessible via Interstate 70.

In an effort to promote quality and reliability, Industrial Laboratories is a member of various professional organizations such as Association of Analytical Chemists (AOAC) and the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT). We regularly participate in a number of different quality programs, to ensure the accuracy of our analyses, provided by such groups as, the American Proficiency Institute (API) and Environmental Resource Associates (ERA). Several of our methods have been accredited to ISO 17025: 2005 standards by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA). tory Accreditation (A2LA).