About Wynland Laboratories

Wynland Laboratories were established in 1992 when there was a need for standardized chemicals in the wine industry. Since then Wynland Laboratories have started with analyses of food, wine, water, dairy products, soil, leafs and more. Wynland Laboratories obtained its SANAS accreditation (www.sanas.co.za) for Microbiology in 2007, and for Chemistry in 2013.

  • Provides confidence in the results

  • Public and industry acceptance

  • Meets purchaser or regulatory specifications

  • National and International recognition

  • Increase competitiveness and market share

  • Assurance to customers of good laboratory practices

  • Ensures better support in the event of legal challenge

  • Save money by getting it right the first time

Wynland Laboratory is a SANAS accredited laboratory (ISO 17025:2005) and situated in Wellington. It is an independent laboratory founded in 1992. Its core business is to provide an effective service to the agriculture, wine, food and bottled water industry in South Africa. Quality, competence and accuracy are very important to Wynland Laboratory. The laboratory sees itself as a vital link in the manufacturing chain and therefore we make use of ISO (International Organisation for Standards) methods.

Wynland Laboratory offers its clients the full scope of routine Microbiological analysis of beverages, dried fruit, fruit pulp, herbs, wine, water, bottled water, as well as Chemical analysis of  plant material, soil, water and wine.

To ensure accuracy and reliability the laboratory participates in several interlab schemes eg. National Laboratory Association (NLA) (International interlab), Agrilasa and others on a regular basis. Reports are sent to clients via e-mail. For credibility it is necessary to ensure that the proficiency testing schemes are reputable, eg NLA is a SANAS accredited proficiency scheme.  Only the best available verified and validated test kits are used.

It is a priority for Wynland Laboratory to lead the pack with the latest methods, as well as the development of new methods and formulations. Training is thus of the utmost importance and personnel are trained and retrained on a regular basis.