Who We Are
AMAL Analytical Pty Ltd (AMAL) was established in 1987 in country Victoria specialising in Residue testing for the export meat industry. In the early nineties AMAL moved to Melbourne, Australia and expanded into Occupational Hygiene testing, Site Contamination investigations, servicing the Organic Food industry and laboratory testing. AMAL moved to a custom built laboratory in 2015 in Huntingdale, Melbourne, Victoria that utilises leading edge equipment to guarantee our clients the Highest Quality in analytical testing results.
AMAL prides itself on strong customer service and analytical results of the utmost quality and reliability during our laboratory testing. As such our laboratory has been fully accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) for over 25 years (Accreditation Number: 2431), with a well established Quality System and regular external auditing to ensure the best results for our clients.
With a combined 60+ years of experience AMAL is happy to help with any testing needs, big or small.
Director - Technical
Director - Client Services
Happiness Coordinator and Vacuum Cleaner
Over 60 Years Experience
AMAL prides itself on strong customer interaction and service.
Custom Built Laboratory
All testing is performed in our state-of-the-art facility in Huntingdale, Victoria
Testing to Residual Levels
Testing is performed down to residual levels using leading technologies and instrumentation.
About NATA & Accreditation
The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) was established in 1947 and was the world’s first comprehensive laboratory accreditation body, and is still one of the largest. NATA is the authority that provides independent assurance of technical competence through a proven network of best practice industry experts for customers who require confidence in the delivery of their products and services. AMAL Analytical has been NATA accredited since 1987.
Accreditation Number: 2431
National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia (NASAA)
CoA – Certificte of Analysis; were the results of specific tests are displayed
mg/kg – milligrams per kilogram (or parts per million) is the expression used for how much contaminant is present in a precise volume of sample
ppm – part per million
LOR – level of reporting; a number that is the sum calculation of how sensitive the labs equipment is, the method used during the test procedure and the complexity of the sample. The laboratory is not confident of reporting values below the LOR
**LOR is not a guideline or industry limit
MRL – maximum residue level; the maximum level of a residue permitted by a statutory body
NATA – The National Association of Testing Authorities; the peak body who makes sure testing facilities aren’t making the answers up
Contact Us Today
AMAL is commited to ensuring all the needs of the customer are completly met, contact us to learn more about our lab testing services.