Natural Products Lab

Analytical testing services and onsite equipment rental.

Natural Products Lab

The Natural Products Lab (NPL) offers analytical testing services and onsite equipment rental for life science businesses, entrepreneurs, and researchers. Quality assurance tests available range from total ash value to water activity testing and can include tailored GC and HPLC methods for your ingredients or finished product.

We’re always looking to expand our services by working on new projects. Contact us to talk about our testing capabilities and training opportunities. Visit the Natural Products Laboratory Services at AB Tech to learn more.

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Natural Products Lab

Contact Us

Natural Products Lab
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

1463 Sand Hill Road
Tech Commercialization Center (TCC)
Candler, NC 28715
Phone: 828-398-7947
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