NATIONAL SME DEVELOPMENT AGENDA PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT / TECHNOLOGICAL INTERVENTION COMPONENT LIST OF SERVICES

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FOREWORD
This publication is designed as a reference to services on product development and technological
intervention offered by government. Its principal purpose is to provide a service tool for those involved
in the manufacturing industry who seek to create or expand their competitive edge by optimizing the
services offered by government in product development and technological intervention.
The contents of this publication have been obtained from the latest official sources from the
agencies of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Health, Department Science and Technology,
and Department of Trade and Industry.
This publication is intended to inform and assist entrepreneurs who are in the early stages of
starting a small business venture or who are intending to expand their enterprise. Listed in this
publication are the services uniquely offered by each agency which will hopefully match the particular
needs of each entrepreneur effectively.
We hope this publication will provide the much needed information and support along the way.
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IMPLEMENTING DEPARTMENTS
Department of Agriculture
Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City
T/ 9287011 to 13 / 9204323 / 9204358 / 9298183 F/ 9203986
Email/ [email protected]
LUIS P. LORENZO JR., DA Secretary
Department of Health
Bldg. 1, San Lazaro Compound, Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz, Manila
T/ 7438301 to 23 local 1125 / 1126
Email/ [email protected]
DR. MANUEL M. DAYRIT, DOH Secretary
Department of Science and Technology
DOST Compound, Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372071 to 82 local 2000/2002/2003/2500 F/ 8372937
Email/ [email protected]
DR. ESTRELLA F. ALABASTRO, DOST Secretary
Department of Trade and Industry
Industry and Investments Bldg.
385 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave,, Makati City, Philippines
T/ (632) 895-3611 F/ (632) 895-6487
Email/ [email protected]
MAR ROXAS, DTI Secretary
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CONTENTS
GUIDE TO LIST OF SERVICES ........................................................................................................................................... 4
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................ 7
BUREAU OF FOOD AND DRUGS (BFAD) .......................................................................................................................... 8
BUREAU OF PRODUCT STANDARDS (BPS) ..................................................................................................................... 9
COTTAGE INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY CENTER (CITC) .................................................................................................. 10
FOOD AND NUTRITION RESEARCH INSTITUTE (FNRI) ................................................................................................. 11
FOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER (FDC) ........................................................................................................................... 13
FOREST PRODUCTS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (FPRDI) ............................................................. 18
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (ITDI) ................................................................................... 21
METALS INDUSTRY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER (MIRDC) .................................................................. 22
PACKAGING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES (PRDCP) ........................................ 29
PHILIPPINE TEXTILE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (PTRI) ..................................................................................................... 30
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES (PDDCP) .................................................. 33
SMALL ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADING PROGRAM (SET-UP) .................................................................... 36
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION AND PROMOTION INSTITUTE (TAPI) ............................................................................ 37
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY REGIONAL OFFICES AND PROVINCIAL S&T CENTERS ............ 38
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY REGIONAL AND PROVINCIAL OFFICES ................................................. 42
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GUIDE TO LIST OF SERVICES
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT/ TECHNOLOGICAL INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR SMEs INTO FOOD PRODUCTION
AND PACKAGING
Package Design and Development
• Label Design (PDDCP) ..................................................................................................................................................... 33
• Label Design (PRDCP) ..................................................................................................................................................... 29
• Nutrition Labeling (PRDCP) .............................................................................................................................................. 29
• Package Design and Development (PDDCP) .................................................................................................................. 33
• Packaging and Labeling (SET-UP) ................................................................................................................................... 36
• Packaging Development and Product-Package Compatibility Test and Shelf-Life Testing (PRDCP) ...................................... 29
Technologies Ready for Transfer
• Health and Techno Transfer ((ITDI) .................................................................................................................................. 21
• Provision of Technology (SET-UP) ................................................................................................................................... 36
• Technologies for Livelihood (ITDI) .................................................................................................................................... 21
• Technologies Ready for Transfer (ITDI) ............................................................................................................................ 21
• Technology Commercialization (SET-UP) ......................................................................................................................... 36
• Transferable and Commerciable Food Technologies (FNRI) ............................................................................................. 11
Technical Consultancy and Services
• Technology-Based Enterprise Development ..................................................................................................................... 37
• S&T Advisory and Productivity Consultancy Services ...................................................................................................... 37
• Research and Development Intervention to SME’s in the Regions (ITDI) ........................................................................ 21
• Technical Services (FNRI) ................................................................................................................................................. 11
• Technology Packaging and Promotion (TAPI) .................................................................................................................. 37
Testing and Analyses
• Chemical Analyses (FDC) ................................................................................................................................................. 16
• Laboratory Services Division (BFAD) ................................................................................................................................. 8
• Microanalytical Analyses (FDC) ........................................................................................................................................ 15
• Microbiological Analyses (FDC) ........................................................................................................................................ 14
• Package Testing (FDC) ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
• Physical and Sensory Evaluation (FDC) ........................................................................................................................... 16
• TSS Determination (PRDCP) ........................................................................................................................................... 29
• Water Activity Determination (PRDCP) ............................................................................................................................. 29
Standards and Regulations
• Product Services Division (BFAD) ...................................................................................................................................... 8
• Regulation Division 1 (BFAD) ............................................................................................................................................. 8
• Regulation Division 2 (BFAD) ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Common Service Facilities
• Use of Facilities (PRDCP) ................................................................................................................................................ 30
Design and Technical Information / Library
• Database management and Information System (SET-UP) ............................................................................................. 36
• Design Library (PDDCP) ................................................................................................................................................... 35
• Publications / Library (FNRI) ............................................................................................................................................. 12
• Technical Information / Library (ITDI) ................................................................................................................................ 21
• Technical Information / Library (FDC) ............................................................................................................................... 13
• Technical Information / Library (BFAD) ............................................................................................................................... 8
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT/ TECHNOLOGICAL INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR SMEs INTO THE MANUFACTURE
OF FURNITURE, HOME ACCESSORIES, GIFTS AND HOLIDAY DÉCOR, PERSONAL ACCESSORIES (wearables, except
garments), CONSUMER INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
Product Design and Development
• Product Design and Development (PDDCP) ....................................................................................................................
Research and Development
• Forest Products Research and Development (FPRDI) .....................................................................................................
• Metals Technology Development (MIRDC) .......................................................................................................................
• Research and Development Intervention to SME’s in the Regions (ITDI) ........................................................................
• Strategic R&D Programs (ITDI) ........................................................................................................................................
Technical Consultancy and Services
• Assistance to Inventors (TAPI) ..........................................................................................................................................
• Technology-Based Enterprise Development .....................................................................................................................
• S&T Advisory and Productivity Consultancy Services ......................................................................................................
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• Technnical Assistance Services on Forest-based Products (FPRDI) ............................................................................... 18
• Technical Consultancy Services (CITC) ........................................................................................................................... 10
• Technical Services on Metals-based Products (MIRDC) ................................................................................................. 22
• Technical Services on Textiles (PTRI) ............................................................................................................................... 30
• Technology Packaging and Promotion (TAPI) .................................................................................................................. 37
Technologies Ready for Transfer
• Commerciable Technologies on Forest-based Products (FPRDI) .................................................................................... 18
• Matured Technologies on Textiles (PTRI) ......................................................................................................................... 30
• Product Technologies (PDDCP) ....................................................................................................................................... 33
• Provision of Technology (SET-UP) ................................................................................................................................... 36
• Technologies for Livelihood (ITDI) .................................................................................................................................... 21
• Technologies Ready for Transfer (ITDI) ............................................................................................................................ 21
• Technology Diffusion on Metals (MIRDC) ......................................................................................................................... 22
Testing and Analyses
• Analysis and Testing for Metals-based Products (MIRDC) ............................................................................................... 22
• Testing and Evaluation (PTRI) .......................................................................................................................................... 30
• Product Standards and Testing (SET-UP) ........................................................................................................................ 36
• Testing Analysis and Calibration Services for Forest-based Products (FPRDI) ............................................................... 18
Standards and Regulations
• BPS Testing for Product Certification (BPS) ....................................................................................................................... 9
• Laboratory Accreditation (BPS) .......................................................................................................................................... 9
• Quality Assessors (BPS) ..................................................................................................................................................... 9
• Accreditation of Quality System Certification Bodies (BPS) ............................................................................................... 9
• Textile Standards Formulation (PTRI) ............................................................................................................................... 32
• Product Standards and Testing (SET-UP) ........................................................................................................................ 36
Common Service Facilities
• Common Facility Services (CITC) .................................................................................................................................... 10
• Common Service Facilities for forest-based Products (FPRDI) ........................................................................................ 18
• Common Service Equipment for Metals (MIRDC) ............................................................................................................ 27
• Fabrication of Tools and Equipment (CITC) ...................................................................................................................... 10
• Linkaging and Networking (SET-UP) ................................................................................................................................ 36
Design and Technology Seminars
• Seminars on Product Design and Development and Trends (PDDCP) ............................................................................ 33
• Standards Promotion / Information Dissemination (BPS) .................................................................................................. 9
• Seminars on Metals Technology (MIRDC) ........................................................................................................................ 22
Design and Technical Information
• Design and Technical Publications (PDDCP) ................................................................................................................... 33
• Design Library (PDDCP) ................................................................................................................................................... 35
• Technical Information / Library (CITC) .............................................................................................................................. 10
• Technical Information / Library (FPRDI) ............................................................................................................................ 18
• Technical Information / Library (MIRDC) ........................................................................................................................... 22
• Technical Information / Library (PTRI) .............................................................................................................................. 32
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NATIONAL SME DEVELOPMENT AGENDA
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT / TECHNOLOGICAL INTERVENTION
COMPONENT
INTRODUCTION
Entrepreneurs today face an unprecedented challenge to develop new and better products and services to successfully
meet constantly changing requirements and consumer acceptance. The ultimate concern is the company’s competitive edge
in the marketplace. Since effective design management is essential for a competitive market position, product development
and technological intervention must be an integrated and ongoing process that is one of the company’s priority objectives.
Product Development can help companies develop existing products for existing markets, develop existing products for
new markets, develop new products for existing markets, and develop new products for new markets.
Since Product Development encompasses all activity from generating ideas to research to market launch, the Product
Development Component of the National SME Development Agenda furnishes SME’s with existing government services and
resources for an effective implementation of product development activities.
Government agencies and their service expertise have been identified and committed to answer specific product
development requirements of SME’s - from design and technical information to product technology and technological intervention
to full-scale product development.
SME’s will first be given an overview of Product Development, its activities, and benefits. Every particular product
development need of an SME is identified and then matched with a government agency that can answer that need effectively.
The culminating activity of all product development activities will be the market launch of the product developed, whether
through a marketing event or a market-match.
The ultimate goal of this component is to prepare SME’s by inculcating the value of product development and technological
intervention in anticipating and meeting the bigger global challenge.
OBJECTIVES
The Product Development component of the National SME Development Agenda seeks to provide existing and potential
entrepreneurs with services in product and package design and development and technological intervention to create and
sustain our competitive edge in the domestic and export markets. Product Development encompasses all activity from
generating ideas to applied research on materials, processes, and technologies to full scale introduction of a product to the
market. Product Development is important to a company for two main reasons - to sustain growth and to improve profit
margins. This component also seeks to create an awareness and understanding of product development and its process and
how a company can use it to its advantage.
SERVICES
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Product Design and Development
Package Design and Development
Product Technology / Technological Intervention
Design and Technical Information
Design and Product Technology Library
Industry / Product Sectors Covered
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Furniture and Home Accessories
Gifts and Holiday Décor
Personal Accessories (wearables, except garments)
Consumer Industrial Products
Packaging for Food and Non-Food Products
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Bureau of Food and Drug (BFAD), DOH
Bureau of Product Standards (BPS), DTI
Cottage Industry Technology Center (CITC), DTI
Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI), DOST
Food Development Center (FDC), DA
Forest Products Research and Development Institute (FPRDI), DOST
Industrial Technology Development Institute (ITDI), DOST
Metals Industry Research and Development Center (MIRDC), DOST
Product Development and Design Center of the Philippines (PDDCP), DTI
Packaging Research and Development Center of the Philippines (PRDCP), DOST
Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), DOST
Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SET-UP), DOST
Technology Application and Promotion Institute (TAPI), DOST
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BUREAU OF FOOD AND DRUGS (BFAD)
Civic Drive, Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
T/ 8070721 F/ 8070551
Email/ [email protected]
PROF. LETICIA BARBARA B. GUTIERREZ, Director
PRODUCT SERVICES DIVISION
• Establishment of standards for the registration of
products such as processed foods, drugs, cosmetics,
medical devices, in vitro diagnostic reagents, and
household hazardous substances
• Evaluation and processing of application for product
registration and listing
• Issuance of certificates of product registration and
certificates of product listing
• Assistance in the monitoring of violative products
REGULATION DIVISION 1
• Inspection and issuance of licenses to operate
establishments dealing in the importation, exportation,
distribution, and retailing of foods, drugs, medical
devices, in vitro diagnostic reagents, cosmetics and
household hazardous substances
• Assistance in monitoring adverse drug reactions
REGULATION DIVISION 2
• Inspection and issuance of licenses to operate
establishments dealing in the importation, exportation,
distribution, and retailing of foods, drugs, medical
devices, in vitro diagnostic reagents, cosmetics and
household hazardous substances
• Monitoring of compliance with requirements of Good
Manufacturing Practices
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LABORATORY SERVICES DIVISION
• Dissolution and/or Disintegration test for
pharmaceuticals in solid dosage forms
• Identification and assay of active constituents of drugs,
antibiotics, and cosmetics
• Sterility test for parenterals, ophthalmic preparations and
medical devices
• Histamine / Pressor substance test
• Proximate analysis of food products
• Assay for vitamins and minerals
• Amino acid analysis
• Identification and purity test for food additives
• Migration test on plastics used for medical devices and
food/drug packaging materials
• Food contaminants monitoring - e.g., heavy metals,
aflatoxin, pesticide residue
• Microbiological examination of foods, drugs, and
cosmetics
• Safety and Toxicity test
• Production of properly-bred laboratory animals for
toxicological examinations
• Bioassay and Biological tests and research and
development
BUREAU OF PRODUCT STANDARDS (BPS)
3/F Trade and Industry Bldg., 361 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
T/ 8904965 F/8905129
Email/ [email protected]
JESUS L. MOTOOMULL, Director
BPS TESTING CENTER FOR PRODUCT CERTIFICATION
Electrical, chemical, and mechanical testing of products to support the Product Standard (PS) and Import Commodity Clearance
(ICC) certification mark
• PS Quality and Safety Certification Schemes
• Import Commodity Clearance (ICC) Scheme
QUALITY ASSESSORS
Pool of qualified assessors from which assessment services for quality certification to ISO 9000, product certification, and
laboratory accreditation can be availed
LABORATORY ACCREDITATION
Accreditation of Testing and/or Calibration Laboratories
ACCREDITATION OF QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFICATION BODIES
BDS Accreditation Scheme (BAS)
STANDARDS PROMOTION
• Information Dissemination Program
– Fora
– Publications
– Exhibits
• Promotional Publications
– BPS Directions
– PS / ICC Listing
– ISO 9000 / ISO 14000 Brochures
– Product Guides
– Product Certification Scheme Brochure
– BPS Info Kit
– WTO / TBT Enquiry Point
INFORMATION DISSEMINATION
• Technical Help to Exporters
• Standards Data Center
• Sales of Standards Published by the ISO
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COTTAGE INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY CENTER (CITC)
20 Russett St., SSS Village, Marikina City
T/ 9414561 F/ 9420107
FRANKLIN P. BUNOAN, Executive Director
TECHNICAL CONSULTANCY SERVICES (IN- & OUT-CENTER)
• Wearables: Fine Jewelry
– Tools and Equipment Selection
– Equipment Installation
– Factory Diagnostic
– Integrated Jewlry Assistance
• Wearables: Footwear
– Pattern / Design Trouble-shooting
– Leather Assessment
– Organization of Clicking Room
– Closing (stitchiong room) Organization & Trouble-shooting
– Lasting Room Organization & Trouble-shooting
– Finishing Room Organization and Trouble-shooting
• Home Furnishings: Woodworks & Bamboocraft
– Tools and Equipment Selection
– Equipment Installation
– Factory Diagnostics
– Raw Materials Selection
– Market Linkages
– Finishing Application
– Treatment and Preservation and Harvesting
– Tools and Equipment Selection
– Machine Layout, Installation and Testing
– Factory Diagnostics
• Home Furnishings: Metalworks
– Tools / Gadgets and Equipment Selection
– Raw Materials Selection
– Machine Layout, Installation and Test Run
• Giftware & Holiday Décor: Handmade Paper & Basketry
– Tools and Equipment Fabrication and Design
– Product Development
– Technology Upgrading
– Tools and Equipment Selection
– Treatment Preservation and Proper Storage of Raw Materials
– Finishing Techniques
– Product Development
– Market Linkages
• Giftware & Holiday Décor: Handloom
– Tools and Equipment Development
– Product Design and Development
– Production Layout and Operation Systems Development
– Skills Training
COMMON FACILITY SERVICES
FABRICATION OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
CITC LIBRARY
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FOOD AND NUTRITION RESEARCH INSTITUTE (FNRI)
DOST Compound, Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372934 / 8372071 / to 82 local 2290 F/ 8372934
Email/ [email protected]
DR. CORAZON V.C. BARBA, Director
TECHNICAL SERVICES
• Contract / Joint Research
• Technology Commercialization and Transfer
• Food Pilot Plant Services Technologies Business
Incubator (TBI)
• Food Processing Facility Development in the Regions
• Food Analytical Testing Services
• Food Demonstration
• Information and Consultancy Services
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Food and Nutrition Databases and Applications
Publication and IEC Materials
Training
Recipe Development and Sensory Evaluation
Library Services
Nutritional Biochemistry Laboratory Services
Diet Counseling / Wellness Clinics
TRANSFERRABLE AND COMMERCIABLE FOOD TECHNOLOGIES
• Noodles
– Wheat-Soy
– Seaweed-supplemented
– Squash-supplemented
– Fish-supploemented
– Saluyot-supplemented
• Extruded Snack Foods (Curls)
– Rice-Mongo
– Corn-Mongo
– Rice-Soy
– Corn-Soy
– Rice-Mongo-Skim Milk
• Expanded Snack Foods (Kropeck/Crunchies/Chips)
– Rice-Mongo
– Rice-Mongo-Shrimp
– Rice-Soy
– Rice-Fish Protein Concentrate (FPC)
– Corn-Mongo
– Corn-Soy
– Squash-Corn
– Squash (Recipes)
• Instant Baby Foods
– Rice-Mongo
– Rice-Soy
– Corn-Mongo
– Corn-Soy
– Gabi-Paayap
• Pre-Cooked Weaning / Baby Foods
– Banana-Soybean
– Banana-Peanut
– Rice-Mongo-Sesame
– Rice-Paayap-Sesame
– Rice-Soy-Mongo
– Rice-Soy-Skim Milk
– Corn-Soy-Skim Milk
– Corn-Soy-Shrimp
– Rice-Soy-Shrimp
– Gabi-Paayap
– Kamote-Paayap
– Paayap-Banana
– Mongo-Kamote-Sesame
– Germinated Rice-Mongo
– Germinated Rice-Cowpea
– Germinated Corn-Mongo
– Germinated Corn-Cowpea
• Soybean Products
– Soy Sausage
– Granular Meat Analog
– Soybean Curd (Tokwa)
– Fermented Soybean Paste (Miso)
– Tempe Products:
Tempe
Tempe Cookies
Tempe Polvoron
Weaning Food Mixes
• Convenient Foods (Nutrient Blends / Soup Bases /
Seasonings / Toppings / Condiments)
– Soy-Sesame
– FPC Bouillon Cubes
– Corn-Soy Blend, Fortified with Squash and Squash
Powders
– Shrimp Head Powder
– Squid Powder
– Squash Catsup
– Bottled Tahong-Sardine Style
– Squash Hotcake Mix
• High-Fiber Fruit Juice Drinks and
Other Nata Products
– Ripe Mongo with Nata
– Green Mongo with Nata
– Guyabano with Nata
– Pineapple with Nata
– Glazed Nata
– Choco Nata
• Food for Disaster / Calamity
– Rice Crispy Bars
Peanut
Fruit
Chocolate
Plain
– Instant Cream Soups
Squash Soup
Mongo Soup
– Compressed Foods
• Fortified Foods
– Vitamin A Fortified Oil
– Vitamin A Fortified Sugar
– Vitamin A Fortified Peanut Butter
– Iron Fortified Rice
– Fortified Weaning Food
• Ethnic Foods
– Instant Putsero
– Lumpia Wrapper
– Sinamak Sauce
– Kalamansi Extract
– Lumpia Sauce
– Instant Laing
– Instant Kare-Kare
– Instant Pinakbet
– Instant Sinigang Vegetable Mix
– Barbecue Marinade Sauce
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• Streetfood Products
– Squash-Fish Balls
– Squash-Squid Balls
– Squash Maja
• Flour
– Squash
– Coconut
– Mongo
– Gabi
– Fish
– Banana
• Deep-Fried Snack Products
– Rice-Mongo Crunchies
– Corn-Mongo Crunchies
– Rice-Soy Crunchies
– Corn-Soy Crunchies
– Nutri-Crunchies
– Squash Crunchies
• Squash Recipes
– Squash Halaya
– Squash Kutsinta
– Kalcosuman
– Squash Gulaman
– Jeweled Squash Rounds – Squash Maja
– Squash Macaroons
– Squash Flour Supplemented Pan de Sal
– Sweet Rolls with Squash Flour
• Mongo Soup Powder
• Fruit Preserves
– Dehydrated Sweetened Papaya
– Banana Spread
• Rootcrops
– Turon de Gabi
– Gabi Hotcake
– Gabi Gulaman with Pinipig
– Maja with Ube
– Linupak
PUBLICATIONS
• Basic Nutrition
– Your Guide to Good Nutrition.........................P6.50
• Nutrition for Vulnerable Groups
– Meal Planning during Pregnancy & Lactation ... P3
– Gatas ng Ina ................................................ P4.50
– Foods for the Pre-School Child,
1-6 yrs old, Eng/Fil ............................................ P4
– Meal Planning for Children, 7-12 yrs old .......... P4
– Your Baby’s Foods ....................................... P4.50
– Wastong Pagkain ng Nakakatanda,
65 yrs old ..................................................... P4.50
• Meal Planning and Preparation
– Stretch Your Food Peso .................................... P6
– Keeping Foods Safe to Eat .......................... P4.50
– Preserve Foods at Home .................................. P9
– Eggs are Good Body-Builders ..................... P2.50
– Your Vitamin-C Rich Foods ............................... P9
– Cooking with Coconut ....................................... P4
– Mga Pagkaing Sagana sa Kalsyum ............. P2.50
– Mga Pagkaing Sagana sa Yodo ................... P2.50
– Snacks for Good Nutrition ........................... P2.50
– Fish and Other Seafoods ............................. P2.50
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– Consumers Guide to Food Value Series:
Vegetables ............................................... P2.50
Fruits ........................................................ P2.50
Legumes & Nuts ....................................... P2.50
Milk &Milk Products .................................. P2.50
Cereals & Cereal Products ....................... P2.50
Disaster Feeding ...................................... P2.50
• Food Technology Series
– Rice-Mongo Kropeck ................................... P2.50
– Corn-Mongo Crunshies ................................ P2.50
– Dehydrated Sweetened Papaya .................. P2.50
– Dehydrated Carrots ..................................... P2.50
– Rice-Paayap-Sesame Weaning Food .......... P2.50
– Banana-Peanut Mix ..................................... P2.50
– Make Your Own Gabi-Paayap ..................... P2.50
– Make Your Own Squash Pastilles ................ P2.50
• Others
– Nutritional Guidelines for Filipinos ............... P2/50
– RDA Tables 1-3 ................................................. P6
– Nutritional Bookmarks for Babies/Elderly ....... free
FOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER (FDC)
Food Terminal Complex, South Superhighway, Taguig, MM
T/ 8284015 / 8384601 / 8384478 F/ 8384016
DR. ALICIA O. LUSTRE, Director
PACKAGE TESTING
• Bottles
– Dimensional Characteristics of
Glass containers ........................................... P660
– Thermal Shock Resistance of
Glass Bottles ................................................. P610
• Flexible Plastic
– Bond Strength for Laminated
Flexible Packaging Materials
(4 component layers) ................................. P1,245
– Compression Strength Test ........................... P910
– Film Identification of IR
Spectrophometer of Individual
Components of Laminated Materials ......... P1,005
– Film Identification by IR Spectrophometer .... P740
– Heat Seal Strength for Flexible
Packaging Materials ..................................... P980
– Measurement of Thickness
of Individual Components of a
Laminated Material ....................................... P815
– Measurement of Thickness,
% Composition and Identity
of Component Layers of a Laminate .......... P1,970
– Migration Test
4% Acetic Acid ........................................... P1,190
Water as Leaching Solution ....................... P1,185
– Percentage Composition by
Weight of Flexible Materials .......................... P750
– Print Adhesion for Flexible
Packaging Materials ..................................... P580
– Single Film Thickness or Total
Thickness of a Laminated Plastic Material ... P455
– Tensile Strength of Flexible
Packaging Materials .................................. P1,065
– Test for Leaks Using Air Pouch
Burst Tester ................................................... P630
– Test for Pinholes of Flexible
Packaging Materials using
Rhodamine B Dye ......................................... P550
– Test for Pinholes in Flexible
Packaging Materials (bags, pouches,
tetra packs) Using Quick Tester .................... P755
– Test to Withstand Pasteurization
Treatment of Flexible Packaging
Materials in Boiling Water ............................. P625
– Water Vapor Permeability Test for
Flexible Packaging Materials
Using High Temperature Incubator:
15 days ...................................................... P3,215
30 days ...................................................... P5,460
• Metals
– Determination of Dry Film Weight
Using EGMEE ............................................... P840
– Determination of Tin Coating
Weight (Clarke’s Method) .......................... P1,095
– Determination of Tin Coating
Weight (Volumetric Method) ....................... P1,425
– Dimensional Characteristics
of Metal Cans ................................................ P625
– Ferrocyanide Paper Test to Determine
Porosity of Tin Coating .................................. P545
– Identification of Visual Defects in
Metal Cans .................................................... P710
– Lacquer Adhesion on Metal Cans
Using Scotch Tape Test ................................ P540
– Measurement of Dimensional
Characteristics and Capacity of
Glass and Metal Containers ......................... P720
– Package and Compatibility
- Retortable (Retorted Products in Oil) ......... P860
– Package Product Compatibility Test
- Pasteurized (Reprocessed
Nata de Coco in Cans) ................................. P860
– Resistance of Lacquer to Acid
5 samples (for small cans only) .............. P1,065
5 samples (1/2 to 1 gal. cans) ................ P1,065
– Resistance of Lacquer to Sulfide Staining .... P955
– Tear Down Examination of
Can Double Seam ........................................ P975
– Test for Continuity of Enamel
Coating Using Copper Sulfate ...................... P620
– Test for Continuity of Enamel Coating
(Enamel Rater) Small Cans 1/2 to 1 gal. cans ..... P735
– Test for Pinholes in Delacquered Cans
using Dye Penetration (1/2 to 1 gallon cans) .... P1,120
– Test for Pinholes in Lacquered Cans
using Dye Penetration (1/2 to 1 gallon cans) ....... P725
– Test for Porosity and Rust Resistance
of Tinplate using Sulfur Dioxide .................... P470
– Test for Presence of Microleaks in Sealed
Cans using air Pressure Leak Tester ............ P710
– Test for Presence of Microleaks using
Silver Nitrate Solution ................................... P880
– Test for Presence of Microleaks using
Vacuum Micro Leak Detector ........................ P730
– Test for Presence of Microleaks using
Vacuum Micro Leak Tester ............................ P740
– Test to Determine Presence of H2
Gas in Swollen Can ................................... P1,130
– Test to Determine Hardness of Tinplate ........ P785
– Tinplate Thickness for Metal Containers ....... P660
– Visual Examination of Internal Can Condition ...... P540
• Metal Closure
– Assessing Quality of Sealing
Compound For Pasteurized Product
And Retorted Products ................................. P620
– Dimensional Characteristics of
Metal Closures .............................................. P625
– Identification of Visual Defects in
Metal Closures .............................................. P625
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(Bagoong in 8 oz. Glass Bottle) .................... P875
– Performance Test for Metal Closures
(Pasteurized Nata de Coco In 8 oz.
Glass Bottle) ................................................. P720
– Physical Evaluation Cost for
Removal Torque, Vacuum, Gasket Impression,
Pull-up Value and Security
Value for Glass Bottles With Product ............ P865
• Others
– Breaking Load of Woven Polypropylene
Sack Tensile Strength (with no conditioning) ....... P935
– Bursting Strength of Corrugated Boxes
and Papers (with Conditioning) ..................... P865
– Bursting Strength of Woven
Polypropylene Sack (with no Conditioning) ...... P740
– Determination of Fiber Count for
Polypropylene Sack ...................................... P540
– Determination of Paper
Substance (with conditioning) ....................... P680
– Determination of Thickness for Papers
and Paperboards (with Conditioning) ........... P675
– Determination of Thickness for Papers
and Paperboards (with No conditioning) ....... P530
– Teardown Examination in Tetrabrik Packages ..... P625
– Test for Leaks by air Pressurization in
Tetrabrik Packages ....................................... P550
– Test for Pinholes by Electrolytic Testing in
Tetrabrik Packages ....................................... P750
– Test for Pinholes in Tetrabrik Packages
Using Dye Penetration .................................. P520
– Test to Determine Dimensional Characteristics
of Double Wall Corrugated Fiberboard ......... P465
– Visual Examination for Defects in Tetrabrik
and Other Flexible Packaging Materials ....... P540
MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSES
• Aerobic Plate Count, col/g ............................ P490
• Aerobic Sporeformers Count
(Direct Plating), col/g .................................... P500
• Air Sampling Using Plate
Count Agar Compedium of
Methods for the Microbiological
Examination of Foods ................................ P1,045
• Anaerobic Plate Count .................................. P710
• Anaerobic Sporeformers Count
(Direct Plating), col/g .................................... P575
• Anaerobic Sulfite Reducers, MPN/g ............. P960
• Bacillus cereus Count Presumptive, MPN/g ..................................... P770
Confirmatory, MPN/g .................................. P1,335
• Bacillus cereus Count Presumptive, col/g ........................................ P770
Confirmatory, col/g ..................................... P1,155
• Bacillus Identification
(Conventional Method) .............................. P2,780
• Characterization of Spoilage
Microorganisms from Low Acid
Canned Foods ........................................... P2,155
• Clostridium perfringens Count
Presumptive, col/g ..................................... P1,435
Confirmatory, col/g ........................................ P995
• Coliform Count (MPN) .................................. P505
• Coliform Count, direct plating, col/g .............. P590
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• Coliforms and E. coli Count,
direct plating, col/g. ....................................... P905
• Commercial Sterility of Foods
(High Acid Foods) ......................................... P875
Commercial Sterility of Foods (Low Acid Foods) ........ P840
CO2 & H2 Gas Test (presence/absence) ............. P145
Differentiation or Identification of
Clostridium Species (Conventional Method) .... P6,830
Ditch Plate Antimicrobial Testing of a Substance ........ P630
E. coli Count (MPN) ............................................ P820
E. coli Count, direct plating, col/g. ....................... P845
E. coli 0157:H7
Presumptive Rapid Test (25g) ............................. P885
Confirmatory Rapid Test (25g) ............................ P765
Enterobacteriaceae Count, col/g ......................... P950
Examination & Cultural Tests for
Low Acid Canned Foods .................................. P1,085
Examination & Cultural Tests for
High Acid Canned Foods ................................. P1,020
Fecal Streptococci (MPN Method) ...................... P770
Fecal Streptococci, cfu/100 ml. ........................ P1,490
Flat Sour ............................................................. P840
Gram Stain .......................................................... P325
Halophilic Yeast and Mold Count, col/g ............... P630
Heat Resistant Mold Spores without identification ...... P720
Heterotrophic Plate Count, cfu/100 ml. ............... P630
Howard Mold Count (%) ...................................... P700
Identification of Bacillus Isolate by API
(per Isolate) ...................................................... P1,420
Identification of Gram Negative or
Enterobacteriaceae Isolates by API per Isolate .......... P640
Identification of Lactobacillus
(Conventional Method) ..................................... P5,700
Identification of Lactobacillus Isolates by
API per Isolate ................................................. P1,430
Identification of Molds (Genus Level) per Isolate ........ P425
Identification of Streptococci and
Related Bacteria Isolates by API (per Isolate) .... P800
Identification of Yeast (Genus Level) per Isolate ......... P720
Lactic Acid Bacteria Count - Presumptive, col/g ......... P965
Listeria monocytogenes
Presumptive (25g) ............................................ P1,030
Confirmatory ....................................................... P990
Microscopic Examination per Isolate .................. P270
Osmophillic yeast and Mold Count, col/g ............ P800
Proteolytic Microorganisms Count, col/g ............. P525
Pseudomonas aeruginosa Count (MPN Method) .... P1,020
Pseudomonas aeruginosa Count for Water
Sample Only Membrane Filtration Method ...... P1,095
Salmonella
Presumptive (25g) ............................................... P835
Presumptive (50g) ............................................... P845
Confirmatory Test (Conventional Method) ....... P1,000
Confirmatory Test Using API ............................ P1,460
Salmonella (culture) ............................................ P120
Salmonella Reveal Test System
Presumptive (25g) ............................................ P1,710
Confirmatory .................................................... P2,340
Screening/Qualitative Method for Detection of Antibiotics
P1,005
Shigella
Presumptive (25g) ............................................... P975
Confirmatory ....................................................... P680
• Staphylococcus aureus,
(coagulase positive), col/g .................................. P830
• Staphylococcus aureus, (MPN/gram) .............. P1,660
• V. cholera
Presumptive (25g) ............................................ P1,140
Confirmatory Test using API ............................. P1,460
• V. parahaemolyticus
Presumptive MPN/g ............................................ P915
Confirmatory Test using API ............................. P2,020
• Yeast and Mold Count, col/g ............................... P535
MICROANALYTICAL (FILTH) ANALYSES
• Baked Goods (BG)
– Light Filth in Alimentary Paste
(Adapted for Chinese Vermicelli (Misua) ... P1,085
– Light Filth in Alimentary Paste
(Adapted for Egg Noodle
(Pansit Canton/Miki) .................................. P1,255
– Light Filth in Alimentary Paste
(Adapted for Pastry Wrapper) .................... P1,255
– Light Filth in Baked Goods with Fruit and
Nut Tissues (Acid Hydrolysis Method) ....... P1,390
– Light Filth in Breading of Frozen Food
Products ..................................................... P1,635
– Light Filth in Hopia/Mung Bean Cookies .... P1,645
– Light Filth in White Bread and
High Fat Bread Products ........................... P1,165
• Beverage and Beverage Materials (BM)
– Light Filth in Cocoa, Chocolate and
Press Cake ................................................... P945
– Light Filth in Tea ......................................... P1,195
• Dairy Products (DP)
– Light Filth in Milk (Powdered) ....................... P765
• Fruit and Fruit Products (FP)
– Light Filth in Citrus Fruits and
Pineapple Juice ............................................ P625
– Light Filth in Dried Fruits ............................... P890
– Light Filth in Dried Mangoes ......................... P940
– Light Filth in Fig and Fruit Paste ................... P855
– Light Filth in Frozen and Canned Fruits ........ P850
– Light Filth in Jam ........................................... P665
– Light Filth in Jelly .......................................... P560
– Light Filth in Mango Chutney ..................... P1,115
– Light Filth in Raisins ................................... P1,510
– Light Filth Analysis for Whole
Tamarind Pulp ............................................ P1,155
– Macroscopic Filth for Whole,
Fresh Tamarind (In-Shell) ........................ P735.00
• Grains and Their Products (GP)
– Insect Eggs in Flour ...................................... P575
– Insect Infestation (Internal) of Grains
and Seeds .................................................. P1,045
– Light Filth in Cereals (Corn or Rice)
and Corn Chip Products - Cereals
And Food Containing Natural and Synthetic
Fats and Vegetable Oils
(Adapted for Cheese Curls)
Percolator Method .................................. P1,075
Trap Flask Method ................................. P1,080
– Light Filth in Champorado Mix ................... P1,085
– Light Filth in Extruded Rice Products and
Rice Paper (Pancit Bihon) ............................ P930
– Light Filth in Flour (Corn )
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– Light Filth in Grains and Seeds (External)
Adapted for Raw Rice ................................... P855
– Light Filth in Rice Flour .............................. P1,210
– Light Filth in Starch ....................................... P795
– Light Filth in Wheat Gluten ........................... P860
– Macroscopic Filth Analysis in Flour ............... P755
– Identification of Hair Specimen ..................... P750
– Identification of Whole/Equivalent Whole
Insects .......................................................... P865
– Light Filth in Carageenan ........................... P1,010
– Light Filth in Dried Sago ............................... P620
– Microscopic Analysis of Extraneous Matters ........ P615
Nut and Nut Products (NP)
– Light Filth in Peanut Butter ........................... P895
– Light Filth in Shredded Coconut ................... P895
Poultry, Meat, Fish and Other Marine Products (PMF)
– Light Filth in Cooked Squid (Hot) ............... P1,420
– Light Filth in Crabmeat (Canned) .................. P800
– Light Filth in Dried Fish .............................. P1,385
– Light Filth in Fish (Canned) and
Fish Products ................................................ P835
– Light Filth in Fish Flakes ............................ P1,120
– Light Filth in Frozen Breaded Shrimp ........ P2,055
– Light Filth in Fresh Frozen Fish .................... P740
– Light Filth in Frozen Shrimps
(Adopted in Octopus and Cuttlefish) ............. P925
– Light Filth in Shrimp Powder ...................... P1,210
– Light Filth in Smoked Fish ......................... P1,275
Snack Foods (SF)
– Light Filth in Banana Chips/Pinasugbo
(Banana Brittle) ............................................. P890
– Light Filth in Banana Chips with Cinnamon ...... P1,265
Spices and Other Condiments
– Light Filth Analysis in Black Beans Sauce . P1,440
– Light Filth Analysis in Chili-Garlic Sauce ... P1,440
– Light Filth Analysis for Tamarind
Mix Powder (Pang-sinigang) ...................... P1,285
– Light Filth in Patis ......................................... P420
– Light Filth in Adobo Mix .............................. P1,285
– Light Filth in Annatto Seeds ....................... P2,245
– Light Filth in Caldereta Mix ........................ P1,270
– Light Filth in Cantonese Noodle and
Rice Sticks Sauce Mix
(Pang-Pancit Canton and Pancit Bihon) .... P1,295
– Light Filth in Capsicums (Ground) ............. P1,295
– Light Filth in Cardamon, Celery Seed,
Coriander, Ginger and White Pepper ............ P945
– Light Filth in Chili Powder .......................... P1,260
– Light Filth in Cinnamon (Ground) ............... P1,435
– Light Filth in Crushed Red Pepper ............. P1,210
– Light Filth in Garlic Powder and
Ground Onion ............................................ P1,240
– Light Filth in Ground Allspice ..................... P1,125
– Light Filth in Ground Annatto Powder) ....... P2,110
– Light Filth in Ground Black Pepper ............ P1,100
– Light Filth in Ground Paprika ..................... P1,290
– Light Filth in Fish Paste and Sauce
(Bagoong Isda) .......................................... P1,505
– Light Filth in Kare-kare Mix ........................ P1,255
– Light Filth in Menudo/Afritada Mix ............. P1,260
– Light Filth in Oriental Fish Products
Containing Spices ...................................... P1,500
– Light Filth in Oriental Sauces Containing
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– Light Filth in Oyster Powder .......................... P770
– Light Filth in Palabok Mix ........................... P1,270
– Light Filth in Salted Shrimp Fry
(Not Containing Spices) ............................. P1,405
– Light Filth in Sauteed Shrimp Fry .............. P1,545
– Light Filth in Soy Sauce ................................ P440
– Light Filth in Sweet and Sour Mix .............. P1,250
– Light Filth in Spices and Condiments (For
Products Lacking or No Specific Method) ......... P1,020
– Light Filth in Whole, Cracked or Pieces
of Allspice, Anise, Caraway, .......................... P890
Celery Seed, Cloves, Coriander,
Cumin Oil, Dill Seed, Fennel Seed,
Fenugreek, Ginger, Mace,
Mixed Pickling Spice, Mustard, Nutmeg,
Black Pepper, White Pepper,
Poppy Seed and Turmeric
• Sugars and Sugar Products (SP)
– Light Filth in Chocolate Candy Coating ... P625.00
– Light Filth in Sugar ................................... P425.00
– Light Filth in Syrup, Molasses and Honey ....... P525.00
• Vegetable and Vegetable Products (VP)
– Filth in Pureed Infant Foods .......................... P600
– Fly Eggs and Maggot in Tomato
Products (Comminuted) ................................ P805
– Light Filth in Green Leafy Vegetable
(Canned) ....................................................... P760
– Light Filth in Green Leafy Vegetables
(Frozen) Trap Flask Method ...................... P1,000
– Light Filth in Mushroom Burger .................. P1,280
– Light Filth in Potato Products (Dehydrated) .. P965
– Light Filth in Powdered Purple Yam (Ube) .... P850
– Light Filth in Tomato Powder ......................... P785
PHYSICAL AND SENSORY EVALUATION
• Color Analysis using Munsell Book of Color ....... P395
• Color Analysis using Spectrocolorimeter ............ P470
• Consistency Measurement
using Bostwick Consistometer ............................ P365
• Drafting of Label Requirements
(w/o Nutrition Information) ................................ P1,255
• Drafting of Label Requirements with
Nutrition Labeling or Drafting of Nutrition
Information and Evaluation of Other
Label Information ............................................. P2,290
• Drafting of Nutrition Facts Panel ...................... P1,610
• Drafting of Nutrition Facts Panel using
Aggregate Label Display ..................................... P500
(Additional Cost/Product)
• Evaluation of Label Information for Dietary
Supplement (Type Size and Location
of Label Information not Included;
Without “Supplement Facts Panel”) .................... P865
• Label Evaluation
– For Export Market (w/o Nutrition Information) ... P1,010
– For Export Market (w/ Nutrition Information) ..... P1,350
– For Local Market (w/o Nutrition Information) ........ P690
– For Local Market (w/ Nutrition Information) ....... P1,110
• Measurement of Percent Fitness
using Electric Sieve Shaker ................................ P635
• Net Weight and/or Drained Weight ..................... P325
• Physical Inspection/Measurement
(e.g. sizing, defects) ............................................ P570
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• Smoke Point Determination ................................ P395
• Sensory/Organoleptic Analysis ........................ P1,705
• Test for Frozen Shrimp/Lobster
– Shell-on Shrimp (Block or IQF)
– Peeled Shrimp (IQF)
– Shell-on Lobster (IQF)
Net Weight Only ............................................ P405
Net Weight, Count per Pound Only ............... P435
Net Weight, Count per Pound,
Physical Characteristics ............................ P495
Organoleptic Evaluation
(Composite Sampling) ............................... P870
Organoleptic Evaluation Only ....................... P810
Physical Characteristics Only ....................... P495
– Peeled Shrimp (Block)
Net Weight Only ............................................ P465
Net Weight, Count per Pound Only ............... P515
Net Weight, Count per Pound,
Physical Characteristics ............................ P585
Organoleptic Evaluation
(Composite Sampling) ............................... P960
Organoleptic Evaluation Only ....................... P900
Physical Characteristics Only ....................... P585
• U.S. Preliminary Nutrient Review ..................... P1,195
• Vacuum and Headspace
– Vacuum Only ................................................. P325
– Headspace Only ........................................... P325
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
Nutritional Components
Proximate Group
• Ash
– Feeds ............................................................ P240
– Foods ............................................................ P355
• Crude Fat
– Anhydrous Ether Extract ............................... P680
– Fat in Cacao Products (Soxhlet Extraction Method)
P1,120
– Fat in Fish Meal (Acetone Extraction Method)
P1,300
– Milk and Milk Products .................................. P550
– Petroleum Ether Extract ................................ P680
• Crude Fiber (w/o Fat Analysis) ........................ P940
• Crude Protein .................................................... P820
• Moisture
– Air Oven Method ........................................... P360
– Microwave Method ........................................ P250
– Toluene Distillation Method ........................... P360
• Sugars
– Invert Sugar (Reducing) ............................. P1,115
– Total and Reducing Sugars (Sucrose) ....... P1,375
– Total Sugars as Invert Sugars .................... P1,075
• Vitamin Group
– Niacin in Foods .......................................... P3,380
– Vitamin A (Retinol only using HPLC) .......... P2,555
– Vitamin A (Retinol using Spectrophotometer)
P1,070
– Vitamin A (B-carotene) - Using Spectrophotometer
P1,645
– Vitamin A - (B-carotene and Retinol) - Using HPLC
and Spectrophotometer ............................. P2,625
– Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) ............................... P1,355
– Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) ................................. P935
– Vitamin C ...................................................... P555
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– Panthothenic Acid in Foods ....................... P2,555
Cholesterol ....................................................... P2,145
Total Dietary Fiber ............................................ P3,945
Saturated Fat ................................................... P1,860
Starch
– Direct Hydrolysis Method .............................. P785
– Polarimetric ................................................... P395
– Qualitative ..................................................... P335
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Benzoic Acid (HPLC Method) .......................... P1,605
Borax ................................................................... P270
Nitrites in Cured meat ......................................... P855
Salt
– Salimeter Method for Brines ......................... P145
– Volumetric Method ........................................ P520
Sorbic Acid ....................................................... P1,110
Sorbic Acid (HPLC Method) ............................. P1,330
Sulfur Dioxide
– Modified Rankine Distillation
(Japanese Method) ....................................... P345
– Monier-Williams USFDA Method .................. P465
Food Colors
– Color Analysis of Soy Sauce (Absorbance) ......... P220
– Color Value for Oleoresin Paprika ................. P300
– Presence or Absence of Synthetic
Food Color (One Color) ................................ P490
MINERAL AND HEAVY METALS GROUP
• Arsenic Analysis ............................................... P1,365
• Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry
Per Element (Ca, Cd, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, Mn,
Na, Pb, Sn, Zn) ................................................... P375
• Mercury in Food .................................................. P775
• Phosphorous ....................................................... P745
• Sample Preparation for AAS Analysis
of Minerals (Ca, Cd, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, Mn,
Na, Pb, Sn, Zn) ................................................... P590
LIPID RELATED GROUP
• For Samples Requiring Fat Extraction Prior to Analysis
P360
• Free Fatty Acid in Refined Oil ............................. P360
• Free Fatty Acid in Crude Fat ............................... P415
• Iodine Number (Wijs Method) ............................. P485
• Melting Point of Fats and Fatty Acids (Capillary Tube
Method) ............................................................... P300
• Peroxide Value .................................................... P275
• Refractive Index for Oil ....................................... P175
• Saponification Number ........................................ P495
• Unsaponifiable Residue in Oils and Fats ............ P980
MYCOTOXINS
• Aflatoxin
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Chromatography (HPLC) ........................... P4,420
– Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) ............ P1,645
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Acid Insoluble Ash (For Spices) .......................... P410
Alkalinity .............................................................. P320
Available Chlorine ............................................... P710
Benzene Insoluble .............................................. P700
Bicarbonate in Water .......................................... P370
Caffeine in Tea ................................................. P1,050
Chloride in Water ................................................ P360
Histamine ............................................................ P795
Hydrocyanic Acid in Beans (Alkaline Titration Method)
P695
Iodine in Salt (Titrimetric Method) ....................... P400
Permanganate Oxidation Number ................... P1,060
pH ....................................................................... P275
Potassium Bromate .......................................... P1,300
Residual Alcohol Content .................................... P800
Residual Chlorine in Water ................................. P265
Solids (Insoluble) in Canned Vegetables ............ P505
Specific Gravity ................................................... P395
Sulfate in Water .................................................. P450
Titratable Acidity .................................................. P290
Total Dissolved Solids (in H2O) ........................... P505
Total Soluble Solids ............................................. P170
Total Volatile Base Nitrogen (TVBN) ................... P455
Trimethylamine ................................................... P335
Water Activity ...................................................... P265
Water Hardness .................................................. P370
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Ascorbic Acid Assay ............................................ P870
Calcium Sulfate Assay ..................................... P1,070
Citric Acid Assay ................................................. P525
Monosodium L-Glutamate Assay ........................ P900
Niacinamide Assay .............................................. P930
Potassium Carbonate Assay ............................... P400
Potassium Hydroxide Assay ............................... P320
Sodium Chloride Assay ....................................... P830
Sodium Erythorbate Assay ............................... P1,310
Sodium Metabisulfite Assay ................................ P905
Sodium Nitrate Assay .......................................... P880
PREPARATION OF SOLUTIONS
• Hydrochloric Acid (0.1N) per liter ........................ P300
• 0.1N Iodine (Per Liter) ......................................... P265
• 0.1N Sodium Thiosulfate per Liter ...................... P520
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UPLB - College of Forestry Campus, College, Laguna 4031
T/ (049) 5362360 / 5362377 F/ (049) 5363630 / 5362586
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
DR. FLORENCE P. SORIANO, Director
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
• Furniture and Handicraft
– Testing and Training Centers
– Networking and ISO Accreditation
– Common Service Facilities
– Manpower Development
– Technical Support
• Housing Materials and Construction Technologies
– Process Technologies
– Innovative Technologies
– Codes and Standards
• Material Science
– Material Characterization
– Testing and Calibration
• Handmade Paper:
– Fiber Materials
– Process Development
– Cleaner Production Technologies
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES
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Materials dryer and drying techniques
Finishes and Finishing Techniques
Plant re-layout
Maximizing equipment capacity
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Quality control for materials products
Control of molds and staining fungi
Quality Control for Materials Products
Enterprise establishment
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Preservative treatment of round and split bamboo
Bamboo collapsible packaging crates
Improved cocowood grocery pallets
Pandan cocooning frames
Furnace-type lumber dryer
– Thickness / Caliper ....................................... P115
– Density .......................................................... P120
– Smoothness .................................................. P430
– Surface Wax ................................................. P120
– Ash ................................................................ P430
– pH ................................................................. P350
– Determination of Fiber Dimensions
per 5 samples ............................................... P140
– Fiber Identification ........................................ P185
– Determination of Pulping Process
per 5 samples ............................................... P230
– Quantitative Evaluation of Pulp
and Paper Composition per sample ............. P390
– Photomicrography of Macerated
Wood Elements ............................................. P190
• Pulping (TAPPI Standard)
– Chipping & Screening/cu. m. ........................ P675
– Cooking & Screening Time (Small Digester)
– per 3 hrs ..................................................... P3,000
– per 2 hrs ..................................................... P2,500
– per 1 hr ...................................................... P2,200
– per hour thereafter ..................................... P1,950
• Pulp Evaluation (TAPPI Standard)
– Beater Evaluation ......................................... P775
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Composing jig
Finishing facilities
Handmade Papermaking
Solid Wood Bending
Bamboo Collapsible Packaging Crates
Cement-bonded board
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TESTING ANALYSIS AND CALIBRATION
SERVICES
• Woodworking
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– Grammage / moisture content ...................... P190
– Burst ............................................................. P200
– Tear ............................................................... P450
– Tensile ........................................................... P400
– Fold ............................................................... P125
– Concora Medium Test ................................... P160
– Stiffness ........................................................ P560
– Porosity ......................................................... P120
– Brightness / Opacity ...................................... P650
– Puncture ....................................................... P115
– Oil / Ink Penetration ...................................... P170
– Dirt Count ...................................................... P115
– Pick Resistance ............................................ P130
– Ring / Flat Crush ........................................... P120
– Cobb Test ...................................................... P120
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– physical Testing of Sets of Pulp .................... P900
– Bauer McNett Fiber Classification ................ P500
– Chemical Analysis of Pulp/sample:
Kappa No. ................................................. P450
Permanganate No. .................................... P420
Lignin ......................................................... P450
Pentosan ................................................... P450
Alcohol-Benzene Solubility ........................ P550
Docholoromethane Solubility .................... P460
Hot/Cold Water Solubility .......................... P345
Caustic Soda Solubility ............................. P380
Bleaching of Paper Pulps
– Single Stage (C) ........................................... P170
– Three Stage (C-E-H) ..................................... P500
Papermaking
– Small Paper Machine (1.5kg/run) ................. P620
– Sizing Test (evaluation of resin size) ............. P680
– Chipping and Screening .............................. P550
Prehydrolysis Pulping ...................................... P990
Chemical Analysis
– Proximate Analysis (TAPPI Standard):
Moisture (ASTM) ....................................... P150
Ash (TAPPI) ............................................... P260
Crude Fat (Soxlet) (IPB/UPLB) ................. P310
Silica (TAPPI) ............................................ P320
Extractives:
Alcohol-Benzene .................................. P260
1% NaOH ............................................. P150
Hot Water ............................................. P150
Pentosans ............................................ P350
Klasun Lignin ........................................ P180
– Adhesives (ASTM):
Total Solids ................................................ P160
pH ................................................................ P80
Viscosity .................................................... P320
Flammability .............................................. P334
Formaldehyde Emission
(dessicator method) ............................ P1,250
– Carbohydrates (AOAC/UPLB)
Benzene:
Extraction ............................................... P195
Reducing Sugars (ONS) ........................ P175
Total Sugar:
Phenol-Sulfuric Acid .............................. P180
Anthrone ................................................ P280
Total Carbohydrates .............................. P360
Starch Analysis (AOAC):
Extraction ............................................... P150
Intrinsic Viscosity ................................... P270
Gelatinization Temperature .................... P480
Amylose Content ................................... P480
Solubility (95%) ...................................... P395
Swelling (95%) ....................................... P395
Cold-Water Solubles .............................. P290
Fats and Oils (AOAC):
Specific Gravity ...................................... P200
Saponification Number .......................... P460
Iodine Number ....................................... P500
Peroxide Number ................................... P430
Free Fatty Acid Number ......................... P400
Analysis of Resins (TAPPI):
Acid Value .............................................. P220
Resin Acid .............................................. P220
Saponification Number .......................... P260
Unsaponification Number ...................... P260
CNSL Analysis (AOAC):
Iodine Value ........................................... P300
Acetyl Value ........................................... P240
Saponification Number .......................... P260
Acid Number .......................................... P220
Ash Content ........................................... P180
Hydroxyl Value ....................................... P240
Color ........................................................ P80
Specific Gravity ...................................... P100
Viscosity ................................................... P80
Degree of Polymerization ...................... P260
– Infrared Analysis per sample (ISO) ............... P450
– Gas Chromatographic Analysis (ISO) ........ P2,500
– HPLC Analysis (ISO) ................................. P2,500
– Others:
Tannin (extraction and spray drying)
per kg sample ........................................ P760
Total Alkaloids per kg sample .................... P580
Wiley Mill Grinding per kg sample ............. P160
• Pathological Tests
– Evaluation of fungicides / preservatives
against wood decay and stain fungi
(accelerated lab test),
480 pcs. 1.8 x 1.9 wood blocks ................ P16,700
– Field test on the effectiveness of
fungicides/preservatives against molds,
staining fungi on green logs
(1 cu. M. green log; 20 pcs/chemical) ...... P17,160
– Field test on the effectiveness of fungicides/
preservatives against molds,
staining fungi on sawn timber
P2.5 x 10 x 60cm, 100pcs/chemical) ....... P25,160
– Biological studies: Wood and non-wood
forest products and water samples ............ P4,115
– Accelerated test on the natural decay
resistance of wood blocks (ASTM) .......... P32,530
– Identification of decay and stain causing
fungi (wood and non-wood materials)
(microscopic examination) ....................... P17,650
• Entomological Tests
– Evaluation of natural resistance of
wood against subterranean termites
(6 mos) 10 pcs of 20 x 20 x 20 cm
of perishable species and 10 samples
of test species .......................................... P12,650
– Evaluation of natural resistance of
wood against powderpost beetles
(13 mos) 10 pcs of 20 x 20 x 60 cm
perishable species and 10 pcs
test species .............................................. P19,885
– Evaluation of preservatives against drywood
termites (5 mos) 20 pcs of 20 x 20 x 60 cm
perishable species, 10 x 20 x 60 mm
and 10 pcs test species ........................... P12,650
– Evaluation of preservatives against
subterranean termites (5 mos) 20 pcs
20 x 20 60 mm test blocks ....................... P16,750
– Evaluation of preservatives against
ambrosia beetles (5 mos) 2 logs,
3m long ea ............................................... P16,360
– Evaluation of preservatives against
powderpost beetles (13 mos) 20 pcs
of 20 x 20 x 60mm test wood species ...... P19,885
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• Penetration Test per Chemical
(AWPA Standard) (treated wood, 5 samples) ........ P5,180
• Impression Test per Lumber
(any size for 5 samples) ................................... P5,515
• Fire Resistance Test (fire tube test) (ASTM)
10x19x1000mm for 10 samples ................... P12,965
• Treatability Test (poles), 4 ft long,
5 min. no. of specimens ................................. P11,485
• Quantitative / Qualitative Analysis of Creosote
P5,000
• Quantitative / Qualitative Analysis of CCA
Preservative .................................................... P4,000
• Sawmilling (Wood-mizer)
– Dense Species (Specific gravity = 0.6 +, incl coconut)
25mm thick ............................................. P4,600
50mm thick ............................................. P4,000
– Light Density Species (below 0.6 specific gravity)
25mm thick ............................................. P3,750
50mm thick ............................................. P3,000
• Corrugated Box / Packaging Testing
– Puncture test, 10 samples per box ............... P100
– Top to bottom compression test .................... P175
– Tear (10 corrugated boards) ......................... P150
– Tensile (10 corrugated boards) ..................... P200
– Compression test for corrugated
carton boxes (5 boxes) ................................. P380
– Compression test per pallet .......................... P265
– Drop test: box or crate .................................. P205
– Incline-impact test/pallet ............................... P225
• Tests of Wood Finishes
– Accelerated weathering test of finishes (per
charge of 22 test specimens measuring
1cm x 7cm x 17cm for 100 hrs) ................. P4,370
– Performance evaluation of finishes by
field test method (per rack of 36 specimens
for 1 year exposure) ................................... P4,080
• Particleboard and Cement Bonded Board (per test
specimen) (PHILSA/JIS)
– Static bending (MOR) ................................... P285
– Static bending (MOR/MOE) .......................... P570
– Compression ................................................. P230
– Screw or Nail Holding ................................... P300
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– Thickness swelling ........................................ P200
– Water absorption ........................................... P200
– Density .......................................................... P155
– Moisture Content .......................................... P125
– Wet Bonding (MOR/MOE) ............................ P570
– Surface soundness ....................................... P215
– Tensile strength ............................................. P215
Lumber (wood tests per piece) (ASTM)
– Static bending ............................................... P285
– Compression parallel to grain ....................... P285
– Compression perpendicular to grain ............. P230
– Shear parallel to grain ................................... P215
– Hardness ...................................................... P255
– Toughness .................................................... P170
– Spike-holding ................................................ P380
– Nail / Screw holding power ........................... P300
– Moisture content ........................................... P125
– Relative density ............................................ P155
– Shrinkage ...................................................... P170
– Electrical resistance ...................................... P205
– Water absorption ........................................... P200
– Thickness swelling ........................................ P200
– Fire resistance .............................................. P205
Concrete Hollow Blocks .............................. P175.00
Concrete Cylinder ........................................ P175.00
Pole Bending .................................................. P4,310
Truss Strength and Stiffness ........................ P6,160
Veneer and Plywood
– Type 2 plywood/sample ................................ P150
– Type 1 plywood/sample ................................ P200
Kiln Drying (commercial)
– 4/4" thick (bd ft) ............................................ P4 - 5
1,000 bd ft capacity/charge .................... P4,000
– 8/4" thick (bd ft) ............................................ P6 - 7
1,000 bd ft capacity/charge .................... P6,000
Wood and Herbarium Identification
– Foreign / lesser-known / lesser-used species P120
– Common / traditional species ......................... P55
Fiber Identification / Pulping Process ............. P750
Fiber Analysis ................................................... P600
Flammability Test (per piece) ........................... P330
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (ITDI)
DOST Compound, Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372071 to 82 local 2182 F/ 8373167
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
DR. ERNESTO P. LOZADA, Director
TECHNOLOGIES FOR LIVELIHOOD
• Ceramics Technology
– Basic Production
– Terra Cotta Production
– White Ware Production (novelty items)
• Volcanic Ash / Lahar Products
• Decorative Scented Candle
• Decorative Wax
• Resin-Bonded Artware
• Paper Clay Ceramics
• Fruit Processing
– Mango Processing
– Banana Processing
– Calamansi Processing
– Other Fruit Juices / Purees
• Vegetable Processing
• Fish Processing
• Meat Processing
• Coconut Food Processing
• Peanut Processing
• Accelerated Production of Soy Sauce
• Mushroom Production
• Production of Agar-Agar from Seaweeds
• Essential oil Production
• Soap Production
• Kiln Construction
TECHNOLOGIES READY FOR TRANSFER
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Extraction of Essential Oils
Special Formulation of Various Products
Herbal Soap Production
Village Level Coconut Oil Production
Production of Agar-agar from Seaweeds
Improved Production of Nata de Coco Starter
Naturally-Fermented Soy Sauce Production
(Carcinogen-Free)
Food Products from Pili Nut
– Lightly-Salted Nuts
– Chocolate-coated
– Pili Marzapan
– Fruit Pili Bar
Banaba: Banaba in tea bags / Banaba-Calamansi
Tea/Drink
Banana (Saba): Export-Quality Banana Chips and
Frozen Turon
Frozen / Microwavable Foods
Calamansi Extract
Acetator for Vinegar Production
Vacuum Fried Fruits / Vegetables
Spray-Dried, Instant Fruit Juices
Fruit and Vegetable Processing
Meat Processing
Fish Processing
Maushroom Spawn and Culture Production
Ethyl Alcohol from Cassava
Decorative Candle / Wax
Ceramic Artware Production
• Furnace Design and Fabrication (all purpose) laboratory furnace for ceramic production
• Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Hazard
Analysis Critical Control points (HACCP) for Food
Manufacturers
• Conformance with Low Acid Canned Foods (LACF)
requirements
• Packaging and Labeling Requirements
• Design of Quality Assurance System
• Plastic Recycling and Reprocessing
• Environmental Risk Assessment
• Cleaner Production
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION
TO SME’s IN THE REGIONS (WITH POSSIBLE
PARTICIPATION OF AN ACADEMIC INSTITUTION
/ NGO UNDER CONTRACT / CONFORME
ARRANGEMENT)
• Exploration / Utilization of Indigenous Raw Materials
• Production and Process Development and/or
Improvement
– Raw Materials Characterization / Selection
– Product Conceptualization
– Product Prototyping
– Packaging and Shelf-Life Studies
– Consumer Acceptability
– Equipment Design / Fabrication / Improvement
– Plant Lay-outing
– Process-Energy Optimization
– Plant Set-Up
– Test Run / Debugging cum Training
STRATEGIC R&D PROGRAMS
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Localization of Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Processing
Ceramic Water Filter
Glass Ceramics
Bioceramics R&D
Cellulose free Xynalase for Pulp Improvement
HEALTH R&D AND TECHNO TRANSFER
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Elemi Oil for Pharmaceutical / Cosmetic Products
Cardiovascular Products from Asparagus
Cinnamon Species as Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory
Epoxy Molding Scrap as Concrete Aggregate
Scrap Laminated Materials for Lightweight Construction
Materials
• Lightweight Thermal Insulation from Industrial Wastes
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
• Techno Leads, a technology learn and
do series ................................................... P7.50/copy
• Komiks Pangkabuhayan features latest
innovations to various technologies for
would-be entrepreneurs ............................... P15 each
• Packaging Library and Information System
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METALS INDUSTRY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER (MIRDC)
Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372071 to 82 local 2407 F/ 8370430
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
ENGR. ROLANDO T. VILORIA, Director
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
• Research and Development
– Regular R&D
– Contract Research
– Joint Research
– Engineering Design Services
• Metalworking
• Metalcasting
TECHNICAL SERVICES
• Analysis and Testing
– Chemical Analysis
– Corrosion Testing
– Mechanical Testing
– Metallurgical Analysis
– Nondestructive Testing
– Calibration
• Preventive Maintenance
– Infrared Thermographic Inspection / Surveys
– Air Velocity / Temperature Measurement
– Computer-Aided Laser Shaft Alignment
– Electrical Power / Demand Analysis
– Shock Pulse Measurement
– Thermal Spraying
– Vibration Measurement / Analysis
– Precision Machine Laveling
TECHNOLOGY DIFFUSION
• Technical Consultancy and Extension Services
– Management Consultancy
– Feasibility Studies
– Technology Packing
– Periodic Analysis of Industry Status
– Extension of S&T service to rural areas
– Liaison Work between the Private Sector and
Government Agencies
• Specialized Industrial Training
– Metalworking Technology
– Metalcasting Technology
– Analysis and Testing
– Engineering / Production Planning
– Quality Assurance
– Productivity
– Trainer’s Training
– High Machining Technology
• Technology Business Incubation Engineering
– Business and Production Spaces
– Common Service Facilities
– Technical Assistance in the form of Consultancy
and Training
– Testing and Quality Control
– Engineering Design Services
QUALITY ASSURANCE
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
• Industry and Sectoral Studies
• Technical Information Service / MIRDC Library
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• Technical Information Brochures on newly-developed
or adapted technologies
• Newsletter on industry trends and events
SEMINARS
• Analysis and Testing
– Nondestructive Testing
– Chemical Analysis of Metals
– Dimensional Metrology 1 - Basic Measurement
– Dimensional Metrology 2 - Basic Length Calibration
– Fundamentals of Corrosion
– Electroplating Processes
– Industrial Calibration
– Metals Identification and Selection
– Metallurgical Failure Analysis
• Engineering, Production and Planning
– Cost Estimation for Machining Jobs
– Establishment of Preventive Maintenance System
– Production Planning & Control
– Product Costing
• Productivity Improvement
– Productivity Improvement through Value Engineering
• Metalcasting Technology
– Foundry Practices
– Foundry Melting Practices
– Foundry Patternmaking
– Foundry Quality Control
– Investment Casting
• Metalworking Technology
– Branding Process (Copper and Other Metals)
– Hydraulic Control and Design
– Factors Essential to Ensure Quality in Welding Framework
– Machine Shop Operations
– CNC Milling
– Heat Treatment of Steels
– Metal Fabrication
– MIG / MAG Welding
– Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
– Programmable Logic Control
– Oxyacetylene Welding (OAW)
– Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding
ANALYSIS AND TESTING
All fees are subject to change
Physico-Chemical Laboratory
• Carbon/Sulfur
– In Ferrous ..................................................... P300
– In Non-Ferrous .............................................. P300
– In Powders .................................................... P300
– In Tin-plates(Carbon) .................................... P300
• Aluminum
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
• Antimony
– In Non-Ferrous .............................................. P275
– In Babbit ........................................................ P300
• Bismuth
– In Non-Ferrous .............................................. P275
• Cadmium
– In Non-Ferrous .............................................. P275
– In Ag Brazing Alloy ........................................ P475
• Calcium
– In Powders .................................................... P700
• Chromium
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P745
– In Stainless Steel .......................................... P430
– In Chrome Ores/FeCr ................................... P720
• Cobalt
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
• Copper
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
– In High-Purity Copper ................................... P415
• Iron
– In Non-Ferrous .............................................. P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
• In Fe Ore
– Alloy .............................................................. P350
• Lead
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
– In Pb-based & Pb-Sn .................................... P555
• Magnesium
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
– In Al-based Alloy ........................................... P555
– In limestone .................................................. P600
• Manganese
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
– In FeMn/Mn Ores/Mn Steel ........................... P700
– In Al-based Alloy ........................................... P275
• Molybdenum
– In Steel .......................................................... P660
– In Cast Iron ................................................... P860
– In FeMo ......................................................... P700
• Nickel
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
– In Ni-based Alloy & SS .................................. P475
• Phosphorus
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P525
– In Powders .................................................... P700
– In Cu-based Alloy .......................................... P490
• Potassium
– In Powders .................................................... P700
• Silicon
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P450
– In Al-based Alloy ........................................... P520
– In Powders .................................................... P720
– In FeSi (vol) .................................................. P520
• Silver
– In Non-Ferrous .............................................. P275
– In Powders .................................................... P700
– In Ag-Brazing Alloy ........................................ P275
• Sodium
– In Powders .................................................... P700
• Tin
– In Ferrous/Non-Ferrous ................................ P275
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– In Solders & Cu-based Alloy ......................... P365
Titanium
– In Al-based Alloy ........................................... P325
Tungsten
– In Tool Steel .................................................. P450
Vanadium
– In Steel/Cast Iron .......................................... P275
Zinc
– In Non-Ferrous .............................................. P275
– In Brass/Ag Brazing Alloy ............................. P600
– Moisture ........................................................ P135
Proximate Analysis .............................................. P390
Ves Analysis
– In Ferrous ................................................... P1670
– Non-Ferrous ................................................ P1860
Quantitative Analysis of Solution ........................ P220
Qualitative Analysis of Solution ........................... P200
Corrosion Laboratory
• Bend Test ............................................................ P165
• Tape Test ............................................................. P145
• Impact Test .......................................................... P150
• Pencil Hardness Test .......................................... P150
• Identification of Metallic Coating ......................... P270
• Porosity Test-Gold Coating ................................. P110
• Salt-Spray Test
– Per 8 hrs/sample ........................................... P740
– Per 24 hrs/sample ....................................... P1425
– Per 24 hrs (Sat/Sun/Holiday) ...................... P2030
• Cass Test
– Per 8 hrs. ...................................................... P765
– Per 24 hrs. .................................................. P1745
– Per 24 hrs (Sat/Sun/Holiday) ...................... P2680
• Thickness of Coating
– Using Dermitron ............................................ P320
– Stripping
G.I. Sheet/Wire ............................................. P270
Wires ............................................................. P350
Pre-coated Sheet .......................................... P350
– Micrometer Method ....................................... P250
– Electrolytic Method
Single Layer .................................................. P290
Per additional Layer ...................................... P120
• Uniformity of Coating (Preece Test)
– G.I. Wire ........................................................ P220
– G.I. Pipes/Rods
<50 mm dia. .................................................. P320
50-100 mm. dia. ............................................ P460
• Weight of Zinc Coating
– Average of Single Spot
G.I. Sheet ...................................................... P270
G.I. Wires ...................................................... P330
Pre-coated G.I. Sheet ................................... P350
G.I. Pipe
<100 mm dia. ............................................ P430
100-150 mm dia. ....................................... P570
150-200 mm dia. ....................................... P680
– Triple Spot
G.I. Sheet .................................................. P375
Pre-coated G.I. Sheet ............................... P350
• Weight of Tin Coating .......................................... P545
• Weight of Wax Coating ....................................... P230
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pH ....................................................................... P240
Specific Gravity ................................................... P175
Chloride Analysis
– Qualitative-Cor Prdt & Concrete ................... P210
– Quantitative-Cor Prdt & Concrete ................. P635
– Quantitative-Water Extracts .......................... P285
• Sulfate Analysis
– Qualitative ..................................................... P200
– Quantitative ................................................... P630
• Solvent Rub Test ................................................ P 220
Analysis of Plating Solution
• Nickel Plating Solution
– Nickel Chloride .............................................. P430
– Nickel Sulfate ................................................ P250
– Boric Acid ...................................................... P210
• Zinc Plating Solution
– Zinc ............................................................... P190
– Sodium Cyanide ........................................... P150
– Sodium Hydroxide ........................................ P150
• Copper Cyanide Solution
– Copper Cyanide ............................................ P525
– Na/K Cyanide ................................................ P400
– Na/K Hydroxide ............................................. P180
– Na/K Carbonate ............................................ P360
– Rochelle Salt ................................................. P540
• Copper Sulfate Solution
– Copper Sulfate .............................................. P450
– Sulfuric Acid .................................................. P185
• Chrome Plating Solution
– Cr+3 .............................................................. P260
– Chromic Acid, CrO3 ...................................... P290
– Sulfuric Acid .................................................. P750
• Gold Plating Solution
– Au ................................................................. P525
– Free Na/K Cyanide ....................................... P400
– Carbonates ................................................... P360
• Silver Plating Solution
– Ag ................................................................. P525
– Free Na/K Cyanide ....................................... P400
– Na/K Cyanide ................................................ P360
• Tin Plating Solution
– Stannous Tin ................................................. P150
– Stannic Tin .................................................... P430
– Sulfuric Acid .................................................. P750
• Brass Plating Solution
– Cu ................................................................. P525
– Zn .................................................................. P525
– Free Cyanide ................................................ P400
– Carbonates ................................................... P360
Mechanical Metallurgy Laboratory
• Tension Test
– Plate/Cylinder/Rebar ..................................... P160
– Bolts (Axial/Wedge) ...................................... P200
– Guy Wire ....................................................... P250
– Using Instron ................................................. P265
• Bend Test
– Plate/Cylinder/Rebar ..................................... P150
• Variation in Mass ................................................... P35
• Deformation Measurement ................................... P35
• Hardness Test
– Rockwell, 5 Indentations ................................ P 95
– Brinell, 2 Indentations ................................... P115
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– Vickers, 5 Indentations .................................. P170
– Micro Vickers, 1 Indentation .......................... P165
– Microdur, 5 Indentations ............................... P180
• Compression Test ............................................... P200
• Proofload/Breaking Load
– Big Samples (e.g. manholes, etc.) ................ P360
– Small Samples .............................................. P160
• Flattening/Transverse Test .................................. P130
• Shear Test ........................................................... P150
• Deflection Test
– Shimadzu (5 readings) .................................. P220
– Instron (5 readings) ....................................... P310
• Impact Test
– Low Temperature .......................................... P330
– Room Temperature ....................................... P260
– Dimensional Measurement ............................. P60
• Oxyacetylene Cutting ............................................ P30
• Sectioning Cost
– Up to 1 in 2 ................................................... P140
– 1 - 4 in 2 ........................................................ P190
• Grinding Cost ....................................................... P 75
Physical Metallurgy Laboratory
• Metallography
– Plain Carbon Steel ...................................... P1445
– Cast Iron ..................................................... P1800
– Stainless Steel ............................................ P2050
– High Alloy Steel ........................................... P2050
– Al/Al Alloy .................................................... P1825
– Cu/Cu Alloy ................................................. P1950
– Pb/Pb Alloy ................................................. P3470
– Weldment .................................................... P3170
– Boiler Tubes ................................................ P2200
– Galvanized Sheet ....................................... P2200
– Multi-layered Bearings ................................ P2335
– Thickness of Coating .................................. P2000
• Macroexamination ............................................. P1670
• Metallographic Replication .................................. P535
(in addition to metallography cost
depending on type of metal/alloy)
• Photography .......................................................... P75
• Scanning Electron Microscopy
– Conductive Sample ..................................... P1830
– Non-Conductive Sample ............................. P2365
• Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy ...................... P1830
• Mounting
– Transoptic ....................................................... P70
– Bakelite ........................................................... P70
– Epo-fix ........................................................... P300
– Cito-fix ........................................................... P340
– Epo-Cito fix ................................................... P285
• Metallographic Grinding ...................................... P365
• Grinding/Polishing ............................................... P700
• Etching ................................................................ P105
• Breaking Test ...................................................... P625
• Failure Investigation ........................................ P15600
• Fractographic Evaluation .................................. P5000
• Metal Characterization ...................................... P7000
• Metal Classification/Certification ......................... P600
Nondestructive Testing Laboratory
• Radiography, Co-60 (3.5" x 17" film)
– 25-50 mm thick ............................................. P400
– >50-75 mm thick ............................................. 470
– >75-100 mm thick ......................................... P540
– >100-125 mm thick ..................................... P1030
– >125-140 mm thick ..................................... P1635
– >140-150 mm thick ..................................... P2240
• Radiography, Co-60 (14" x 17" film)
– 25-50 mm thick ............................................. P790
– >50-75 mm thick ........................................... P845
– >75-100 mm thick ......................................... P925
– >100-125 mm thick ..................................... P1460
– >125-140 mm thick ..................................... P2530
– >140-150 mm thick ..................................... P2850
• Radiography, X-ray (3.5" x 17" film)
– 25 mm thick and below ................................. P370
– >25-50 mm thick ........................................... P410
• Radiography, X-ray (14" x 17" film)
– 25 mm thick and below ................................ P 755
– >25-50 mm thick ........................................... P810
• Ultrasonic testing
– Flaw Detection (per sq. ft.) ............................ P260
– Flaw Detection (per linear ft.) ........................ P280
– Thickness Gauging (per point) ........................ P40
• Liquid Penetrant Testing
– Visible (per sq. ft.) ......................................... P245
– Visible (per linear ft.) ..................................... P230
– Fluorescent (per sq. ft.) ................................. P250
– Fluorescent (per linear ft.) ............................. P240
• Magnetic Particle Test
– Wet-Visible (per sq. ft.) ................................. P270
– Wet-Visible (per linear ft.) ............................. P270
– Fluorescent (per sq. ft.) ................................. P250
– Fluorescent (per linear ft.) ............................. P250
Electrical Calibration
• AC Current Source/Standard
– 1st range ..................................................... P2070
– per succeeding range ................................... P600
• AC Voltage Source/Standard
– 1st range ..................................................... P1370
– per succeeding range ................................... P450
• Ammeter (AC, 20 A)
– (1 to 2 ranges) .............................................. P580
– (1 to 5 ranges) .............................................. P930
• Ammeter (DC, 2 A and below)
– (1 to 2 ranges) .............................................. P560
– (1 to 5 ranges) .............................................. P900
• Ammeter (DC, above 2 A)
– 1 to 2 ranges ................................................. P770
– 1 to 5 ranges ............................................... P1330
• AC Clampmeter (up to 500 A)
– 1st range ....................................................... P650
– per succeeding range ................................... P260
• Current Shunt (AC, 10A) ................................... P1000
• Current Shunt (AC, 50 A) .................................. P1300
• Current Shunt (DC, 10A) ................................... P1100
• Current Shunt (DC, 50 A) .................................. P1320
• DC Current Source/Standard
– 1st range ..................................................... P1650
– per succeeding range ................................... P700
• DC Voltage Source/Standard
– By Direct Measurement
1st range ..................................................... P1100
per succeeding range ................................... P500
– By Transfer Method
1st range ..................................................... P2110
per succeeding range ................................... P850
• DC Clampmeter (up to 500 A)
– 1st range ....................................................... P720
– per succeeding range ................................... P300
• Decade Resistance Box
– (per dial) ........................................................ P880
• Double Bridge
– Yokogawa 2752 ......................................... P2670
– Yokogawa 2769 ......................................... P1880
• Earth Tester
– 1st range ..................................................... P1100
– per succeeding range ................................... P310
• Electronic Load ................................................. P1440
• Groundstar Tester ............................................... P700
• High Voltage Meter (up to 10 KV)
– 1st range ..................................................... P1540
– per succeeding range .................................. P 920
• Insulation Tester (Megohmeter)
– 1st range ....................................................... P840
– per succeeding range ................................... P290
• Kelvin Bridge ..................................................... P2300
• Millivolt Potentiometer .................................................
– 1st range ..................................................... P1430
– per succeeding range ................................... P710
• Multimeter, Analog ............................................ P2000
• Multimeter, Digital,
– 3 1/2 digits .................................................. P2500
– 4 1/2 digits .................................................. P4500
– 5 1/2 digits .................................................. P7000
– 6 1/2 digits .................................................. P9040
• Ohmeter
– 1st range ....................................................... P700
– per succeeding range ................................... P280
• Puncture with Insulation Tester ......................... P1600
• Puncture (High Voltage) Tester ...................................
– 1st range ..................................................... P 760
– per succeeding range ................................. P 330
• Resistance Box ...........................................................
– 1st five points ............................................... P 430
– per succeeding range .................................. P 150
• Rheostat .............................................................. P430
• Standard Resistor
– By direct measurement ............................... P2610
– By ratio ........................................................ P3600
• Surface Resistance Checker .............................. P830
• Ultrasonic Tester ............................................... P1240
• Variable AC Transformer ..................................... P550
• Voltmeter, 1000V, AC/DC
– 1st range ....................................................... P560
– per succeeding range ................................... P280
• Wattmeter, AC, 240 V, 5A
– 1st range ..................................................... P1550
– per succeeding range ................................... P780
• Wattmeter, DC, 240 V, 5A
– 1st range ..................................................... P1420
– per succeeding range ................................... P670
• Wheatstone Bridge ........................................... P2600
Force Calibration
• Electronic Balance
– 500g capacity and below ............................ P1140
– Above 500g capacity up to 50 kg ................ P1330
• Triple Beam Balance ......................................... P1140
• Weighing Scale
– Up to 50kg capacity .................................... P1140
• Gram Gauge ....................................................... P800
• Push-pull Gauge
– Up to 50 kg ................................................. P1000
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Temperature Calibration
• Digital Thermometer, T/C
– 1st range ..................................................... P1400
– per succeeding range ................................... P420
• Digital Thermometer, RTD
– 1st range ..................................................... P1400
– per succeeding range ................................... P420
• Glass/Filled/Bimetallic Thermometer
– -60 to 120°C (1st 5 pts.) .............................. P1350
– per additional point ....................................... P385
– 0 to 100°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................... P970
– per additional point ....................................... P385
– 0 to 200°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................. P1310
– per additional point ....................................... P385
– 0 to 350°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................. P1360
– per additional point ....................................... P385
– 0 to 600°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................. P1360
– per additional point ....................................... P385
• Furnace (ambient to 500°C) ........................................
– 1st temperature setting ............................... P1500
– per additional temperature setting ............... P 300
• Furnace (ambient to 800°C)
– 1st temperature setting ............................... P1500
– per additional temperature setting ................ P300
• Oven/Freezer (-30°C to 500°C)
– 1st temperature setting ............................... P1200
– Per additional temperature setting ................ P300
• RTD Calibration/Simulator
1st range
– simulate mode ............................................ P1700
– measure mode ............................................ P1400
per succeeding range ....................................... P 500
• RTD Probe/Wire, Industrial
– -30 to 500°C (1st 5 pts.) .............................. P1500
– per additional point .................................... P 580
• RTD Probe/Wire, Standard
– -30 to 500°C (1st 5 pts.) .............................. P3000
– per additional point ....................................... P770
• Surface Temperature Probe .............................. P1100
• Temperature Controller (RTD, T/C) ................... P1400
• Temperature Indicator (RTD, T/C) .................... P1400
• Temperature Recorder (RTD, T/C) Single-Point
– 1st range ..................................................... P1400
– per succeeding range ................................... P350
Multi-Point
– 1st range ..................................................... P1400
– per succeeding range ................................... P500
• Temperature Calibrator/Simulator
1st range
– simulate mode ............................................ P1700
– measure mode ............................................ P1400
per succeeding range ......................................... P500
• Thermocouple Probe/Wire
– -30 to 100°C (1st 5pts.) ............................... P1350
– per additional point ..................................... P 385
– 0 to 100°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................. P 970
– per additional point ..................................... P 385
– 0 to 200°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................. P1150
– per additional point ..................................... P 385
– 0 to 300°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................. P1350
– per additional point ..................................... P 385
– 0 to 500°C (1st 5 pts.) ................................. P1450
– per additional point ....................................... P385
– 0 to 1000°C (1st 5 pts) ................................ P1560
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– per additional point ....................................... P385
• Thermohygrograph ............................................. P730
• Thermostat .......................................................... P580
• Water Bath, -30 to 500°C
– 1st temperature setting ............................... P1200
– per additional temperature setting ................ P300
Pressure Calibration
• Differential Transmitter (D/P Cell)
– Electronic .................................................... P1100
– Pneumatic ................................................... P1000
• I/P Transducer ................................................... P1100
• P/I Transducer ................................................... P1100
• Pneumatic Calibrator
– 1st range ..................................................... P1600
– per succeeding range ................................... P750
• Pneumatic controller ........................................... P800
• Pneumatic Indicator ............................................ P700
• Pneumatic Recorder ........................................... P800
• Pressure Gauge
– Pneumatic, Industrial grade .......................... P700
– Hydraulic, Industrial gauge ........................... P700
• Test Gauge
– Pneumatic ................................................... P1800
– Hydraulic ..................................................... P1800
• Pressure Switch .................................................. P700
• Deadweight Pressure Tester
– Pneumatic type
Piston diameter ............................................. P550
Deadweight (per piece) ................................. P200
Performance test ........................................ P2200
– Hydraulic
Piston diameter ............................................. P550
Deadweight (per piece) ................................. P200
Performance test ........................................ P2200
Length Calibration
• Vernier Caliper
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0-150 mm range ....................................... P530
– 150-200 mm range ....................................... P600
– 200-300 mm range ....................................... P930
– 300-600 mm range ..................................... P1025
• Outside Micrometer
–
0-25 mm range ....................................... P390
– 25-100 mm range ....................................... P460
– 100-150 mm range ....................................... P530
– 150-200 mm range ....................................... P610
– 200-250 mm range ....................................... P680
– Setting rod calibration per piece ................... P320
• Depth Micrometer ............................................... P600
• Tubular Micrometer
– Max. of 10 extensions/set ........................... P1320
• Dial Gauge and Dial Thickness Gauge and Dial Test
Indicators
– 0-20.0 mm range .......................................... P590
• Feeler Gauge (per piece) .................................... P110
• Combination Set ............................................... P2680
– Centering Head ............................................. P640
– Protractor Head ............................................ P770
– Square Head ................................................. P770
– Steel Rule ..................................................... P500
• Height Master .................................................... P2100
• Vernier/Digimatic Height Gauge
– 0-450 mm range ........................................... P650
– 0-600 mm range ........................................... P840
• Gauge Block
– Grade 00 (per piece) ..................................... P680
– Grade 0 (per piece) ....................................... P570
– Grade 1 (per piece) ....................................... P460
– Grade 2 (per piece) ....................................... P360
• Fixed Gauges (Plug/Go-No Go)
– Per piece ....................................................... P650
• Pin Gauges (per piece) ....................................... P120
• Toolmakers Microscope .................................... P2270
• Optical Projector ............................................... P2270
• Glass Scale .................................................................
– 0-100 mm range ........................................... P490
– 0-200 mm range ........................................... P640
– 0-300 mm range ........................................... P720
• Surface Plate (Diagonal Length)
Over (mm)
up to and include (mm)
– .................................... 354 ........................ P2760
– 354 .............................. 566 ........................ P2800
– 566 .............................. 891 ........................ P3150
– 891 ............................. 1414 ....................... P3345
– 1414 ........................... 2236 ....................... P3535
– 2236 ........................... 2968 ....................... P3690
• Machine Tools (using LASER)
– Linear Positioning error/axis ....................... P2840
– Straightness error/axis ................................ P2840
– Squareness error/axis ................................. P2840
– Pitch/Yaw error/axis .................................... P2840
– Angular error/axis ....................................... P2840
– Ball Bar Test ................................................ P1500
• Steel Rule
– 0-200 mm range ........................................... P400
– 0-300 mm range ........................................... P490
– 0-600 mm range ........................................... P630
– 0-1000 mm range ......................................... P840
• Rockwell Hardness Tester
– Per scale ..................................................... P1840
• UTM
– For one range ............................................. P2850
– For additional ranges .................................. P1190
• Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) Calibration
– Linear error/axis ............................................ P780
– Straightness of/axis ...................................... P780
– Squareness/axis ........................................... P780
• Precision Square
– 200 x 300 mm and smaller .......................... P 940
• Precision Square Master
– (using LASER) ............................................ P1500
• Bevel Protractor .................................................. P915
• Precision Level .................................................... P930
• MU Checker (per setting range) .......................... P600
• Calibration Tester ................................................ P900
• Caliper Checker
– 600 mm and below ..................................... P2300
• Precision Check Master
– 600 mm and below ..................................... P2300
• Precision Straight Edge
– 1000 mm and below ................................... P1180
• Bore Gauge-300 mm and below ....................... P1740
• Dimensional Measurement
• Radius Gauge ..................................................... P915
• G.I./B.I. Pipes per Sample .................................... P70
• CMM per Hour .................................................... P445
• Conventional Measurement Using
– V. Caliper, Dial Gauge, O. Micrometer, etc. .. P250
Nondestructive Testing Laboratory
Field Inspection
• Within Metro Manila
– Radiography ............................................... P2200
– Ultrasonic .................................................... P2200
– Magnetic Particle ........................................ P1600
– Penetrant .................................................... P1600
• Outside Metro Manila
– Radiography ............................................... P2800
– Ultrasonic .................................................... P2800
– Magnetic Particle ........................................ P2200
– Penetrant .................................................... P2200
Physical Metallurgy Laboratory Replication
– Within Metro Manila .................................... P1600
– Outside Metro Manila .................................. P2200
Instrumentation and Metrology Laboratory In-Plant
Calibration
– Within Metro Manila .................................... P1600
– Outside Metro Manila .................................. P2200
*additional cost for field jobs with overtime, and on Saturdays,
Sundays and holidays.
COMMON SERVICE EQUIPMENT
• Lathe Machines
– Heineman ................................................. P209/hr
– Ajax AJ-240 ................................................. P86/hr
– Colchester ................................................... P63/hr
– Hanseat ...................................................... P51/hr
– Hamburg ..................................................... P44/hr
– Yamazaki Mazak-Mate ................................ P47/hr
– Hardinge ..................................................... P32/hr
– Takisawa ..................................................... P34/hr
– Lodge & Shipley .......................................... P83/hr
• Milling Machines
– Cincinnati Hydrotel .................................... P213/hr
– Huron (PU-551) ........................................ P153/hr
– Deckel FP3L ............................................... P89/hr
– Deckel FP2 ................................................. P70/hr
– Deckel FP3 ................................................. P73/hr
– Huron (NU-3) ............................................ P114/hr
– Deckel KF2S ............................................... P62/hr
– Klopp Shaper 375 ....................................... P31/hr
– Deckel Pantograph ..................................... P25/hr
– Maho CNC MH-300E ................................ P287/hr
• Cylindrical Grinders
– Schaudt A-440-N-1 ................................... P166/hr
– Jones & Shipman 1305 ............................... P70/hr
– Jones & Shipman 1300 ............................... P62/hr
• Surface Grinding Machines
– Cone Blanchard ........................................ P342/hr
– Thompson Matrix ...................................... P254/hr
– Blohm HFS-512 ........................................ P162/hr
– Brown & Sharpe Visual ............................... P59/hr
– Brown & Sharpe 618PH .............................. P36/hr
– Jones & Shipman 540H .............................. P36/hr
– Jones & Shipman 540 ................................. P33/hr
– Blohm Simplex 7 ......................................... P94/hr
– Deckel T&C Model SO-73-15508 ............... P20/hr
– Solid Pedestal Grinders
Model DS-400ST ..................................... P28/hr
Model D-83-CD ....................................... P25/hr
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– Rema Pedestal Grinders
D-200 ...................................................... P22/hr
D-175 ...................................................... P21/hr
Bosch Portable Disc Grinder ............................. P25/hr
– Makita Disc/Angle Grinder .......................... P21/hr
Jig Grinder
– Mitsui Optical Jig Grinder ............................ P64/hr
Drilling Machines
– Webo Model BR-70H ................................ P138/hr
– Guillardon GB-50V ...................................... P45/hr
– Hultsfred SR-40 .......................................... P34/hr
Pressworking Machines
– Christensen Deep Drawing ......................... P90/hr
– Canullo Eccentric Press .............................. P35/hr
– Christensen Straightening .......................... P19/hr
Sewing Machines
– Amada Horizontal Bandsaw ....................... P36/hr
– Great Captain Power Hacksaw ................... P23/hr
Fabrication Machines ..................................................
– Goteneds Guillotine Shear .......................... P32/hr
– Austral Kleen Plate Bender ......................... P40/hr
– Edwards Plate Roller .................................. P31/hr
– Pullmax Plate Nibbler ................................. P23/hr
– Hyllus Beading Machine ............................. P22/hr
– Mubea Shear Cutter ................................... P19/hr
– Super Condor Pedestal Drill ....................... P21/hr
• Welding Machines
– Lincoln Ideal Arc (SMAW) ......................... P121/hr
– Elin Type US-350 (SMAW) ....................... P158/hr
– Elin Type GL-301 (SMAW) ........................ P158/hr
– Elin Type -SG-300(GMAW) ......................... P80/hr
– Elin Type SG-500 (GMAW) ....................... P141/hr
– Weldtec Star 300 (GTAW) ......................... P169/hr
– Elin Projection Welding ............................. P617/hr
– Messer Griesheim (Spot Wldg.) ................ P129/hr
– Elin Spot Welding ...................................... P209/hr
– Zenya Welding Machine
WS-125-P-007 ........................................ P19/hr
WS-125-P-008 ........................................ P19/hr
– Kempioy Welding Rectifier .......................... P19/hr
– Zinser Coordinate Flame ............................ P34/hr
– Favorit II Hand Cutter ................................. P21/hr
– Victor Cutting Torch ..................................... P19/hr
– Optimus Model S-AGA ............................... P19/hr
– Daiden Plasma Arc Cutter .......................... P61/hr
PACKAGING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
OF THE PHILIPPINES (PRDCP)
DOST Compound, Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372071 local 2271 / 2206 F/ 8377530
Email/ [email protected]
DAISY TAÑAFRANCA, Program Leader
PACKAGING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
• Package Development with
Product-Package Compatibility Test
and Shelf-life Test and Label Design ......... P14,684
• Shelf-Life Testing
– Low-Acid Canned Food ........................... P17,785
– Dried Food (temperature accelerated) ..... P16,499
– Dried Food (moisture accelerated) .......... P14,042
– Perishables ................................................ P6,877
– Juices (temperature accelerated) ............ P13,274
• Label Design
– Without Concept Development .................. P1,231
– With Concept Development ....................... P2,405
– With Concept and Structural Development P4,121
• Nutrition Labeling
– Proximate Analysis .................................... P4,469
– Proximate + Cholesterol + Total Sugars .. P17,206
– Complete including Vitamins .................... P22,901
– Evaluation only .......................................... P1,901
• Water Activity Determination
– Without Sample Preparation ........................... P96
– With Sample Preparation .............................. P130
• TSS Determination
– Without Sample Preparation ........................... P69
– With Sample Preparation .............................. P136
• Use of Facilities
– Vacuum Packaging Machine ............ P721 (90hrs)
– Form-Fill-Seal for Solids ............. P1,446 (181hrs)
– Blister Packaging Machine ......... P2,138 (267hrs)
– Tray Lidding Machine .................. P2,540 (318hrs)
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PHILIPPINE TEXTILE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (PTRI)
Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372071 to 82 local 2360 / 8371325 F/ 8371325
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
DR. CARLOS C. TOMBOC, Director
MATURED TECHNOLOGIES
Technologies for the Production of New Raw Materials
for the Textile Industry
• Indigenous Fibers for Pretreatment Technology
• Indigenous Fiber-Based Yarn and Fabric Technology
• Technology for the Production of Ramie as Military
Combat Uniform
• Mechanized Handspinning Technology for Silk & Other
Indigenous Fibers
Textile Finishing Technologies
• Technology for the Improvement Abrasion Resistance
Property of Ramie Fabrcis
• Soil/Oil Release Finishes for Cotton and Ramie/polyester
Blended Fabrics
• Improvement of the Fabrics Smoothness of Ramie
Blends
• Improvement of the Pilling Resistance Property of
Synthetic Blended Fabrics
• Crease Resistance Finishing for Jusi Fabrics
• Updated Batik Technology
• Biofinishing Technology
Technologies on Textile Chemicals, Dyes and Auxiliaries
• Textile Oil from Castor Beans
• Textile Printing Thickener from Sargassum
• Textile Softening Oil from Coconut
• Natural Dye Extraction and Textile Application
• Natural Dye Powder Production
• Dyeing of Indigenous Fibers and Fabrics Using Synthetic
Dyes
• Hypochlorite-Peroxide bleaching Technology for Raw
Fibers
• Nonwoven Technologies for Indigenous Fibers
Sericulture Technologies
• Silkworm Breeding
• Silkworm Egg Production
• Cocoon Production
• Portable Cocoon Reeling Machine
• Reeling Technology for Philippine Silk
• Moriculture
• Cocoon Post Harvest Technology
• Philippine Silk Filament Throwing Technology
• Degumming Technology for Thrown Silk Yarns and
Fabrics
• Degumming and Handspinning Technology for Defective
Cocoons and Reeling Wastes
• Silkwaste Utilization
Weaving Technologies
• Therapeutics Handloom
• Mechanized Production Technology for Pinukpok Fabric
• Fabric Weave Design and Advanced Handloom Weaving
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• Rapid Ikat
• Handloom Leno Weaving
• Filamenting Machine
TECHNICAL SERVICES
Textile Research
• Indigenous Fiber Degumming
– Banana ............................................... P139.00/kg
– Pineapple ............................................ P107.57/kg
– Abaca .................................................... P77.28/kg
• Natural Fiber Analysis
– Residual Gum ..................... P610.45/fiber sample
– Alcohol-Benzene ExtractivesP630.00/fiber sample
– Total Cellulose Content ....... P773.00/fiber sample
– Alpha Cellulose Content ..... P603.00/fiber sample
– Lignin Content ..................... P538.00/fiber sample
• Natural Dyeing of Materials
– Silk yarns/ fabrics ................................ P633.00/kg
– Natural Fabrics ................................... P700.00/kg
– Cotton yarns/ fabrics .......................... P656.00/kg
• Natural Dye Powder Production ....... P54/liter of crude
extract
Sericulture
• Silk Yarn Degumming .............................. P342/kg
• Silk Filament Throwing (depending
on yarn specification) .................. P1,000-2,000/kg
• Silk Hanspinning ................................... P2,750/kg
• Cocoon Post Harvest ................................... P5/kg
• Cocoon Classification .................................. P2/kg
• Silk Cocoon Reeling ................................ P301/kg
Testing and Evaluation
Physical Tests
• Fibers
– Cotton Grade ................................................ P350
– Cotton Fineness ............................................ P350
– Cotton Maturity ............................................. P350
– Crimp Frequency .......................................... P600
– Denier :
Man-made ..................................................... P450
Natural ....................................................... P1,500
– Lint Content ............................................... P1,100
– Microscopical Characteristics ................ P200-250
– Numerical Mean Length ................................ P500
– Strength:
Bundle Method .................................... P300-2,200
Single Fiber Method ................................... P2,250
• Yarns
– Abrasion Resistance ..................................... P700
– Actual LengthP600/1st 5000m +P200/add’l 1000m
– Count ............................................................ P350
– Evenness ...................................................... P500
Piling Resistance ................................... P600-700
Stiffness ........................................................ P800
Streak Analysis ............................................. P650
Wrinkle Recovery .......................................... P550
– Strength
Breaking Strength (Grab Method) ................. P600
Breaking Strength (Strip Method) ....... P600-1,000
Breaking Strength (Wide-Width Strip) ........ P1,700
Bursting Strength .......................................... P450
Seam Breaking Strength ............................... P500
Resistance to Yarn Slippage ......................... P600
Tearing Strength (Elmendorf) ........................ P300
Tearing Strength (Tongue) ......................... P1,500
Tearing Strength (Trapezoid) ........................ P800
– Wetting / Absorbency
Absorbency ...... P200/sample + P50 add’l sample
Water Repellency .... P250/sample + P100 add’l sample
Water Resistance (Impact Penetration) ....... P300/
sample + P100 add’l sample
Water Resistance (Rain Test) ....................... P300
• Carpets
– Construction .................................................. P200
– Number of Binding Sites ............................... P500
– Pile Height .................................................... P200
– Shrinkage ...................................................... P800
– Total Pile Weight ............................ P600 / P1,600
– Tuft Density ................................................... P500
– Tuft Withdrawal Force ................................... P600
• Garments
– Actual Measurement ..................................... P300
– Dimensional Change to Washing ... P550 / P1,000
– Garment Weight ............................................ P250
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Alkalinity / Acidity (presence) .............................. P200
Asbestos Content ............................................. P1,450
Ash Content ..................................................... P2,350
Cationic Finish ................................................. P1,750
DCM Extract ..................................................... P1,550
Color Quality
– Color Difference ............................................ P250
– Whiteness ..................................................... P250
– Yellowness .................................................... P250
Dye Class Identification ........................ P700 - P1,400
(1 color + P350/add’l color)
Fiber Composition ................................ P1,100/P2,100
(1-2 fibers + P550/P900 add’l fiber)
Fiber Identification ...................................... P500/P800
(1 - 2 color + P200/500/add’l color)
Formaldehyde Content ........................ P1,300/sample
+ P500/add’l sample)
Ignition Loss ..................................................... P2,350
Ignition Residue ............................................... P2,350
Moisture Content ................................................. P450
Oil Content ....................................................... P1,700
– Hairiness ....................................................... P600
– Number of Filaments / Ply ............................ P300
– Shrinkage ............................................. P500 - 650
– Strength & Elongation ................................... P600
– Twist ...................................... P 300/ P 500/ P 600
Fabrics
– Color Fastness .............................................. P450
Actual Laundering ......................................... P150
Crocking (Rubbing) ....................................... P200
Crocking (Organic Solvent) ........................... P500
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Light (Xenon 1-6 samples) ......................... P1,500
Perspiration ................................................... P400
(1 color + P150/add’l color)
Spotting (Acid) .............................................. P150
(1-2 colors + P50/add’l color)
Spotting (Alkaline) ......................................... P150
(1-2 colors + P50/add’l color)
Spotting (Water) ............................................ P150
(1-2 colors + P50/add’l color)
Spotting (Perchloroethylene) ........................ P150
(1-2 colors + P50/add’l color)
Laundering .................................................... P400
(1 color + P150/add’l color)
Water (Distilled) ............................................ P600
(1 color + P250/add’l color)
Water (Hot) ................................................... P200
(1 color + P100/add’l color)
Water (Sea) ................................................... P600
(1 color + P250/add’l color)
– Construction
Stitch Density ................................................ P500
Stitch Length ................................................. P500
Structure (Bow/Skewness) ........................... P400
Structure (Cover Factor) ............................... P500
Structure (Fabric Weight) .............................. P250
Structure (Fabric Width) ................................ P250
Structure (Thickness) .................................... P300
Structure (Thread Count) .............................. P200
Structure (Number of Ply) ............................. P200
Type of Weave / Knit (basic) ......................... P200
Yarn Number ................................................. P500
– Dimensional Stability
Washing ........................................................ P550
1 cycle / P1,000 - cycles
– Performance
Abrasion Resistance ..................................... P700
(1st 1000 cycles + P300/250 add’l 500 cycles)
Air Permeability ............................................. P400
Flammability ...................................... P700 - 1,000
Ph Value .............................................................. P400
Purity % ............................................................... P550
Sinkability ............................................................ P700
Solid Content ...................................................... P500
Sugar Content .................................................. P1,400
Processing and Engineering
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Ring Spinning .............................................. P30-70/kg
Open-End Spinning ..................................... P25-65/kg
Rewinding ..................................................... P8-35/kg
Twisting ......................................................... P9-62/kg
Roving ......................................................... P15-20/kg
Opening and Picking ........................................... P7/kg
Weaving
– Rapier Loom .............................................. P11/yd
– Shuttle Loom ........................................... P7.85/yd
Knitting ......................................................... P4.093/yd
Sizing
– 30’s above ........................................... P223.97/kg
– 30’s below ........................................... P168.73/kg
Scouring/ Bleaching ................................ P185-210/kg
Sample Bleaching .................................... P40/sample
– 10 g, min. of 4 samples
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• Stripping/ Scouring/ Bleaching ....................... P295/kg
• Colormatching ................................... P125-150/shade
• Sample Dyeing .................................... P50-60/sample
– 10 g, min. of 4 samples
• Dyeing ..................................................... P170-355/kg
• Biofinishing ..................................................... P170/kg
• Degumming ............................................. P100-415/kg
• Chemo-mechanical softening
– fibers .......................................................... P60/kg
– fabrics ......................................................... P35/m
TEXTILE STANDARDS FORMULATION
TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES
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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES (PDDCP)
PDDCP Building, CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, 1300 Pasay City
T/ 8321112 to 18 F/ 8323649
Email/ [email protected]
MINERVA P. FRANCO, Executive Director
PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
• Design of a new product
• Product adaptation
• Product diversification extension of an existing
product or line of products
For Gifts, Toys and Housewares .................... P10,000
For Furniture .................................................. P15,000
For Consumer Industrial Products, depending on project
requirements
PACKAGE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
• New design:
Structural
Label
• Redesign:
Structural
Label
Fees ............................................................... P10,000
PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY
• Dyeing and Bleaching of Fibers ........ P180/participant
• Finishing Techniques
– Furniture ..................................... P210/participant
– Gifts and Housewares ................ P190/participant
– Paper and Paper Products ......... P190/participant
• Basic Construction of Boxes ............. P150/participant
• Handmade Papermaking .................. P875/participant
• Color Matching ........................................... P750/color
DESIGN SEMINARS
• Seminars on Product Development
– Introduction to Product
Development ............................... P500/participant
– Tools for Product Development
– Company Assessment and
SWOT Analysis ........................... P600/participant
– Product Policy ............................. P300/participant
– Setting Product Development
Objectives ................................... P300/participant
– Design Project Brief Preparation P300/participant
– Design Methods .......................... P500/participant
– Materials and Techniques ........... P500/participant
– Design Research Methods ......... P400/participant
– Trends: Tracking and Using Information
for Product Development ............ P400/participant
– Design Presentation Techniques .... P600/participant
– Design Evaluation Techniques .... P600/participant
– Visual Merchandising Techniques .. P500/participant
– Basic Costing and Pricing for
Product Development ................. P700/participant
– Value Analysis ............................. P700/participant
– Design Project Documentation ... P300/participant
– Working with a Designer ............. P300/participant
– Professional Design Practice ...... P300/participant
– Trade Fair Participation ............... P300/participant
– Coordinating Product Development
Activities ...................................... P300/participant
• Seminars on General Design and Market Trends
– Furniture and Home Accessories
(US and Europe) ......................... P800/participant
– Gifts, Toys and Housewares ....... P800/participant
• Seminars on Design and
Market Trends per Sector ............... P800/participant
– Furniture and Home Accessories (US and Europe)
– Fashion Accessories / Costume Jewelry
– Ceramics
– Footwear / Bags / Leathergoods
– Handmade Paper
– Toys
– Holiday Décor
– Woodcraft
– Home Linens
– Christmas Décor
– Baskets (Woven Products)
– Stone and Shellcraft
• Seminar on Packaging and
Labeling with Workshop ............. P1,000/participant
DESIGN AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION
• Handouts on Finishing Techniques for Wood
– Linseed Oil Finish for Wood ......................... P2.00
– Duco Finish for Wood .................................. P2.00
– Antique Finish for Wood ............................... P2.00
– Marbling Using Enamel Paint for Wood ....... P2.00
– Bleaching and Lacquering for Wood ............ P2.00
– Batik for Wood ............................................. P4.00
– Staining Using Oil-Tinting Color for Wood ... P2.00
– Simple Marbling Using Dyestuff for Wood ... P2.00
– Oil Finish for Wood ...................................... P2.00
– Pickle Finish for Tanguile Wood ................... P2.00
– Rustic Finish for Wood ................................. P2.00
– Scumble or Patterned Effect for Wood ........ P2.00
– Shellac-Finishing Oil Finish for Wood .......... P2.00
– Staining Using Coal Tar Enamel for Wood ... P2.00
– Staining with Oil Wood Stains .................
P2.00
– Staining Using Acri-Color for Wood ............. P2.00
– Staining with Penetrating Stain for Wood .... P2.00
– Vinegar Painting for Wood ........................... P2.00
– Simple Pickle Finish for Wood ..................... P2.00
– Polyurethane-coated “Duco” Finish for Wood ..... P2.00
– Staining Using Antique Glaze for Wood ....... P2.00
– Granite Finish-Painting and
Lacquering of Wood “Granite Effect” ........... P2.00
– Lacquering and Painting of Wood ................ P2.00
– Metallic Finish for Wood ............................... P2.00
– Gold Leafing on Wood ................................. P2.00
– Weathered (Rustic) Finish for Wood ............ P2.00
– Finishing Techniques on Wood
(with swatches) ........................................ P200.00
– Decorative Finishing Techniques on
Wood Volume I ......................................... P500.00
– Decorative Finishing Techniques on
Wood Volume II ........................................ P500.00
– Decorative Finishing Techniques on
Wood Volume III ....................................... P500.00
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• Finishing Techniques on Woven Rattan-Split without
Skin
– Clear Lacquer Finish on Woven
Rattan-Split without Skin .............................. P2.00
– Lacquering or Painting of Woven Rattan-Split
without Skin “Two-Tone Effect” ................... P2.00
– Rustic Finish on Woven Rattan-Split without
Skin (Iriodin Silver Pearl Used as Topcoat) ....... P4.00
– Painting of Woven Rattan-Spit
without Skin “Rustic Finish” ......................... P2.00
– Staining of Woven Split Rattan Peel
without Skin Using Penetrating Stain ........... P2.00
– Patina Finish for Rattan-Split without Skin .......... P2.00
– Crackle Finish for Rattan-Split without Skin ........ P2.00
– Distressed Finish for Woven Rattan-Split
without Skin ................................................. P2.00
– Whitewashed Finish on Woven
Split Rattan Peel without Skin ...................... P2.00
– Antique Finish for Woven Rattan-Split
without Skin ................................................. P2.00
– Duco Finish on Woven Rattan-Split
without Skin ................................................. P2.00
– Pearlized Finish for Woven Rattan-Split
without Skin ................................................. P4.00
• Finishing Techniques for Woven Rattan Split with
Skin
– Clear Lacquer Finish on Woven
Rattan-Split with Skin ................................... P2.00
– Lacquering or Painting of Woven
Rattan-Split with Skin “Two-Tone Effect” ...... P2.00
– Rustic Finish on Woven Rattan-Splits
with Skin (Iriodin Silver Pearl Used as Topcoat) .. P4.00
– Painting of Woven Rattan-Split with
Skin “Rustic Finish” ...................................... P2.00
– Staining of Woven Split Rattan Peel with Skin Using
Penetrating Stain ......................................... P2.00
– Patina Finish for Rattan-Split with Skin ........ P2.00
– Crackle Finish for Rattan-Split with Skin ...... P2.00
– Distressed Finish for Woven Rattan-Split
with Skin ...................................................... P2.00
– White-washed Finish on Woven
Split Rattan Peel with Skin ........................... P2.00
– Antique Finish for Woven Rattan-Split
with Skin ..................................................... P2.00
– Duco Finish on Woven Rattan-Split
with Skin ...................................................... P2.00
– Pearlized Finish for Woven Rattan-Split
with Skin ...................................................... P4.00
• Handouts on Finishing Techniques for Rattan
– Staining Using Oil-Tinting Color for Rattan ..... P2.00
– Antique Finish for Rattan ............................. P2.00
– Batik on Rattan ............................................ P4.00
– Duco Finish for Rattan ................................. P2.00
– Bleaching and Lacquering for Rattan .......... P2.00
– Linseed Oil Finish for Rattan ....................... P2.00
– Marbling Using Enamel Paint for Rattan ...... P2.00
– Simple Marbling Using Dyestuff for Rattan ..... P2.00
– Pickle Finish for Rattan ................................ P2.00
– Rustic Finish for Rattan ............................... P2.00
– Scumble or Patterned Effect for Rattan ....... P2.00
– Shellac-Finishing Oil Finish for Rattan ......... P2.00
– Staining Using Coal Tar Enamel for Rattan ..... P2.00
– Staining with Oil Stains for Rattan ............... P2.00
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Staining Using Acri-Color for Rattan ............ P2.00
Staining with Penetrating Stain for Rattan ... P2.00
Vinegar Painting for Rattan .......................... P2.00
Polyurethane-Coated “Duco”
Finish for Rattan .......................................... P2.00
– Staining Using Antique Glaze for Rattan ..... P2.00
– Granite Finishing-Painting and Lacquering
of Rattan “Granite Effect” ............................. P2.00
– Lacquering and Painting of Rattan .............. P2.00
– Metallic Finish for Rattan ............................ P2.00
– Finishing Techniques on Rattan
(with swatches) ........................................ P200.00
Handouts on Finishing Techniques for Metal
– Staining on Metal ......................................... P2.00
– Antique Green on Gold for Metal ................. P2.00
– Antique Gold on Metal ................................. P2.00
– Antique Green on Aluminum for Metal ......... P2.00
– Antique Green on Gold for Metal ................. P2.00
– Gun Metal on Metal ..................................... P2.00
– Decorative Finishing Techniques on
Metal Volume I ......................................... P500.00
– Decorative Finishing Techniques on
Metal Volume II ........................................ P500.00
Handouts on finishing Techniques for Bamboo
– Metallic Finish for Bamboo .......................... P2.00
– Patina Finish for Bamboo ............................ P2.00
– Resist Technique for Bamboo ................... P2.00
– Rustic Finish for Bamboo ............................. P2.00
– Stained Bamboo Using Penetrating Stain ... P2.00
– Finishing Techniques on Bamboo
(with swatches) ........................................ P200.00
Handouts on Decorative Paint Finishes
– Leather Effect ............................................... P2.00
– Malachite ..................................................... P2.00
– Weathered Paint Look ................................. P2.00
– Old Wall Finish (Color on color on color) ..... P2.00
– Chipped Paint Effect .................................... P2.00
– Graining ....................................................... P2.00
– Rust Finish ................................................... P2.00
– Marbleizing Using Oil ................................... P2.00
– Bronze Verdigris .......................................... P2.00
– Antique Gilt .................................................. P2.00
– Physical Antique Distress ............................ P2.00
– Combing Decoration .................................... P2.00
– Paint Decoration .......................................... P2.00
– Stone Texture for Metal ................................ P2.00
– Stone Texture for Wood or Rattan ..........
P2.00
– Rustic Worn Look Finish (White) ................ P 2.00
– Marbleizing Using Latex .............................. P2.00
Handouts on Dyeing and Bleaching Technology
– Scouring and Bleaching of Indigenous
Fibers and Grasses ................................... P14.00
– Dyeing of Materials with Waxy or
Glossy Surface like Bamboo Splits
with Skin, Buri Midribs, Buri Leaves,
Tikog, Raffia Fibers ...................................... P6.00
– Dyeing of Natural Fibers such as Abaca,
Jute, Kenaf, Banana Fibers ....................... P16.00
– Bleaching and Dyeing of Loofah ................ P14.00
Handouts on Paper Technology
– How to Start Your Own Papermaking ........ P26.00
– Papier-Maché ............................................ P26.00
– Finishing Techniques on
Paper Volume I (with swatches) ............. P300.00
– Finishing Techniques on Paper
Volume II (with swatches) ........................ P300.00
– Finishing Techniques on Paper
Volume III (with swatches) ....................... P300.00
– Finishing Techniques on Paper
Volume IV (with swatches) ....................... P400.00
• Basketry Series: Shapes and Forms of
Philippine Traditional Basketry ....................... P100.00
• Pottery Series
– Shapes and Forms of Philippine
Prehistoric Pottery ..................................... P75.00
– Traditional Pottery Decorating Methods ..... P40.00
– Traditional Pottery Forming ........................ P40.00
• A Compilation of Technical Information on Native
Plants Useful as Raw Materials for Crafts (1993
Edition) .......................................................... P550.00
• Philippine Ethnic Motifs Volume 1 ............. P400.00
• Philippine Ethnic Motifs Volume 2 ............. P400.00
• Philippine Ethnic Motifs Volume 3 ............. P400.00
• Philippine Ethnic Motifs Volume 4 ............. P400.00
• Room Temperature Vulcanizing (RTV)
Mould Making and Casting ........................... P40.00
• Resin Casting of Paperweight
with Embedded Flowers and Coral .............. P40.00
• Hinabi Volume 1 ........................................... P900.00
PDDCP LIBRARY
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SMALL ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADING PROGRAM (SET-UP)
DOST Compound, Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372940
DR. MARIPAZ L. PEREZ, Assistant Secretary
Research and Development and Technology Transfer
ENGR. RIZALINO S. DE GUIA, Program Manager
PROVISION OF TECHNOLOGY
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Technology Needs Assessment and Sourcing of Technology
Seed Funding for Technology Acquisition
Manpower Training
Consultancy and technical Advisory Services
PRODUCT STANDARDS AND TESTING
• Product Standards
• Product Testing and Enhancement of Testing Laboratories
PACKAGING AND LABELING
DATABASE MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEM
LINKAGING AND NETWORKING
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Raw Material Sourcing
Marketing
Technical / Entrepreneurial Training
Financing
Equipment Design and Fabrication
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION AND PROMOTION INSTITUTE (TAPI)
DOST Compound, Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/ 8372071 local 2130 F/ 8373170
Email/ [email protected]
ENGR. LOURDES ORIJOLA, Director
TECHNOLOGY PACKAGING AND PROMOTION
• Technology Fair
– Technical Assistance
• Testing Assistance Program
– Use of Laboratories and facilities of DOST RDIs
• Inventors’ Forum
TECHNOLOGY-BASED ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
• Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program – DOST-Academe Technology-Based Enterprise Development 9SETUP-DATBED) Program
• Assistance to Local Government Units (LGU)
– Technical Assistance
• S&T Parks/Technology Business Incubator
– Start-Up Business Spaces
– Common Service Facilities
– Technical Consultancy
S&T ADVISORY AND PRODUCTIVITY CONSULTANCY SERVICES
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Manufacturing Productivity Extension for Export Modernization (MPEX) Program
Consultancy for Agricultural Productivity Enhancement (CAPE) Program
Municipal Science and Technology Advisory Program (MSTAP)
Science and Technology Experts Volunteer Pool Program (STEVPP)
ASSISTANCE TO INVENTORS
• Testing Assistance
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DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
REGIONAL OFFICES AND PROVINCIAL S&T CENTERS
REGIONAL OPERATIONS OFFICE
DOST Complex, Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig, MM
T/F/ 8377494
E-mail/ [email protected] Web site/ http://ros.dost.gov.ph/
DR. FLORENTINO O. TESORO, Undersecretary for
Regional Operations
CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION (CAR)
REGIONAL OFFICE
La Trinidad, Benguet 2601
T/ F/ (074) 4222214 / (074) 4220981
Email/ [email protected] Web site/ http://car.dost.gov.ph/
DR. BEN LADILAD, Regional Director
LA UNION PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Government Center, Sevilla, San Fernando, La Union 2500
T/ (072) 2424861 Mobile/ (0912) 3131873
PANGASINAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Pangasinan Provincial Office Alvear East St., Lingayen
Pangasinan
T/ (075) 5426682
REGION II (CAGAYAN VALLEY)
ABRA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
ASIST Campus, Lagangilang, Abra 2802
T/ (077) 7528146
REGIONAL OFFICE
Nursery Compound, Tuguegarao, Cagayan
T/ (078) 8441603 / 8025890
Email/ [email protected]
Web site/ http://region2.dost.gov.ph/
Dr. Rustico B. Santos, Regional Director
APAYAO PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
San Isidro Sur, Luna, Apayao
BATANES PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Basco Central School Compound, Basco, Batanes
BENGUET PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Km. 6 Benguet State University Campus
La Trinidad, Benguet 2601
T/ 432-2214
CAGAYAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
DOST Regional Office No. II, Nursery Compound,
Tuguegarao, Cagayan
T/ (078) 4461603
IFUGAO PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Ifugao State College of Agriculture and Forestry Campus,
Nayon, Lamut, Ifugao
ISABELA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Provincial Capitol Compound, Alibagu, Ilagan, Isabela
T/ (0912) 3602728
KALINGA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Old Capitol Building, Bulanao, Tabuk, Kalinga 3800
NUEVA VISCAYA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Nueva Viscaya Institute of Technology Compound,
Bayombong, Nueva Viscaya
MT. PROVINCE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Multi-Purpose Bldg. Bontoc, Mountain Province
QUIRINO PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Quirino State College Compound, Diffun, Quirino
REGION I (ILOCOS REGION)
REGION III (CENTRAL LUZON)
REGIONAL OFFICE
DMMMSU-MLU Campus, San Fernando City, La Union
T/ (072) 7002372 / 8883399
Email/ [email protected]
Web site http://region1.dost.gov.ph/
Dr. Edgar F. Padilla, Regional Director
ILOCOS NORTE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Government Center, Batac Ilocos Norte
ILOCOS SUR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Tamag, Vigan Ilocos Sur
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REGIONAL OFFICE
4F Landmark Bldg., Quebiawan, City of San Fernando,
2000 Pampanga
T/ (045) 9630803 / 9613307 F/ (045) 9614460
E-mail/ [email protected]
Web site/ http://region3.dost.gov.ph/
DR. CONRADO J. OLIVEROS, Provincial Director
BATAAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Capitol Building, Capitol Complex, Balanga, Bataan
T/ (047) 2373955
BULACAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Bulacan State University Campus, Malolos, Bulacan
T/ (097) 7915255
ORIENTAL MINDORO PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
279 Camia St., Teacher’s Village, Lumangbayan, Calapan,
Oriental Mindoro 5200
NUEVA ECIJA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
DOST Research and Extension Bldg.,
Central Luzon State University, Muñoz, Nueva Ecija 3120
T/ (044) 4560592
PALAWAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Palawan National Agricultural College, PNAC-IMS, Sta. Monica
Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
T/ (048) 4334369
PAMPANGA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
4th Floor, Landmark Bldg., Quebiawan, San Fernando,
Pampanga
T/ (0973) 440272 / (045) 9630793
QUEZON PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Capitol Compound, Lucena City
T/ 716232
TARLAC PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
TNHS Compound, PTA Bldg., Romulo Blvd., Tarlac, Tarlac 2300
T/ (0452) 9822572 F/ (0452) 9823649
ZAMBALES PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Old DPWH Bldg., Balili, Iba, Zambales
T/ (047) 811-1335
RIZAL PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Rizal Polytechnic College, Morong, Rizal
T/ 653-1082
ROMBLON PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Romblon State College, Odiongan, Romblon 5505
REGION V (BICOL)
REGION IV (SOUTHERN TAGALOG AND PALAWAN)
REGIONAL OFFICE
Jamboree Road, Timugan, Los Baños, Laguna 4030
T/(049) 5365005 / 5364894 F/ (049) 5364997
Email/ [email protected]
Web site/ http://region4.dost.gov.ph/
PROF. HIPOLITO B. AYCARDO, Provincial Director
AURORA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
DECS Division Office, Baler Aurora
BATANGAS PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology, Batangas
City
CAVITE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Don Severino Agricultural College, Indang, Cavite
LAGUNA PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Farcon Bldg., Rizal Avenue, San Pablo City
T/ 5620311 / 3399
MARINDUQUE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Marinduque State College, Tanza, Boac, Marinduque
T/ (042) 3322419
OCCIDENTAL MINDORO PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Municipal Compound 5100 San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
T/ (043) 491-1372
REGIONAL OFFICE
DOST Regional Office No. V, Rawis, Legazpi City
T/ (Digitel 63-52) 8205385 to 88; (Bayantel 63-52) 4820077
F/(63-52) 820-5039
Email/ [email protected]
Web site/ http://region5.dost.gov.ph/
PROF. HIPOLITO B. AYCARDO, Regional Director
ALBAY PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
DOST Regional Office No. 5, Regional Center Site, Rawis,
Legaspi City
Telephone: (05221) 22579 / 23379
CAMARINES NORTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
1087-A Vicente Basil Street, Daet, Camarines Norte
T/ (05471) 7212684
CAMARINES SUR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Bicol Science Centrum Bldg., City Hall Compound, J.
Miranda Ave., Naga City
T/ (054) 8111966 / (05421) 724389 / 724389 / 724121
CATANDUANES PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
PSTC, Virac, Catanduanes
T/ (054) 8111966 Mobile/ (0912) 3028505
MASBATE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
3rd Door Espinosa Apartment, Mabini St., Masbate,
Masbate
T/ (056) 3332642
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SORSOGON PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Sorsogon State College, Sorsogon, Sorsogon
T/ (056) 2112104 F/ (056) 2111845
REGION VI (WESTERN VISAYAS)
REGIONAL OFFICE
Magsaysay Vilage, La Paz, Iloilo City
T/ (033) 3200-907 / 3200-093 F/ (033) 3200-908
Email/ [email protected]
Web site/ http://region6.dost.gov.ph/
Engr. Zinnia P. Terruel. Regional Director
NEGROS ORIENTAL PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
24 Yakal St., Daro, Dumaguete City
T/ (035) 2254551
SIQUIJOR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Capitol Area, Siquijor, Siquijor
T/ (035) 9226703 Mobile: (0918) 7708436
REGION VIII (EASTERN VISAYAS)
AKLAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
PHIVOLCS Bldg., Capitol Cpd., Kalibo, Aklan
T/ (036) 868-5685
REGIONAL OFFICE
Gov’t. Center, Candahug, Pawing Palo, Leyte
T/ (053) 323-6356 F/ (053) 323-7110
Email/ [email protected]
Web site http://region8.dost.gov.ph/
Dr. Enrique M. Avila, Regional Director
ANTIQUE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Old Provincial Capitol Bldg., San Jose, Antique
T/ (0912) 520-0760
BILIRAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
2/F Administration Bldg. Naval Institute of
Technology,Naval, Biliran Province
CAPIZ PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
PSTC Extension Campus, Mambusao, Capiz
EASTERN SAMAR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Fishery Bldg., Eastern Samar State College, Borongan,
Eastern Samar
ILOILO PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
DOST Regional Office No. VI, Magsaysay Village, La Paz,
Iloilo City
T/ (033) 3200-093
NEGROS OCCIDENTAL PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Cottage Rd. (fronting Hall of Justice), Bacolod City
(034) 433-9182
GUIMARAS PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Provincial Capitol Bldg., San Miguel, Jordan, Guimaras
T/ (0912) 520-0758
REGION VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)
REGIONAL OFFICE
Gov. Manuel Cuenco Avenue, Banilad, Cebu City
T/ (032) 2328632 / 2317014 F/ (032) 2311852
Email/ [email protected]
Web site http://region7.dost.gov.ph/
Engr. Rene Burt N. Llanto, Regional Director
BOHOL PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
W.H. Popular Building, 67 C.P. Garcia Ave., Tagbilaran City
CEBU PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
DOST Regional Office No. 7, Gov. Manuel Cuenco Ave.,
Banilad, Cebu City
T/ (032) 79775 / 311916 / 700-3
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LEYTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Government Center, Pawing Palo, Leyte
T/ (053) 323-5253 F/ (053) 323-5252
NORTHERN SAMAR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
UEP Compound, Catarman, Northern Samar
SAMAR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Samar State Plytechnic College, Catbalogan, Samar
SOUTHERN LEYTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Progoson Bldg., Tunga-Tunga, T. Oppus St., Maasin, So. Leyte
T/ (0476) 381-2057
REGION IX (WESTERN VISAYAS)
REGIONAL OFFICE
Pettit Barracks, Zamboanga City 7000
T/ (062) 9911024 F/ (062) 9912752
Email [email protected]
Web site/ http://region9.dost.gov.ph/
MS. BRENDA L. NAZARETH, Regional Director
BASILAN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Timothy Bldg., Valderosa St., Isabela, Basilan
ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Reyes Bldg., Gonzales St., Dipolog City
T/ (065) 2152244
SARANGANI PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
PSTC Sarangani, Provincial Gov’t. Center, Alabel,
Sarangani
ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Alano Street, Pagadian City
T/ (062) 2142054
SOUTH COTABATO (GEN. SANTOS) PROVINCIAL
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER
PSTC South Cotabato, Soils Lab Bldg., Lagao, Gen.
Santos City
REGION X (NORTHERN MINDANAO)
REGION XII (CENTRAL MINDANAO)
REGIONAL OFFICE
V. Seriña St., Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City 9000
T/ (088) 8583931 F/ (088) 8583932
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
Web site/ http://region10.dost.gov.ph/
DR. CONSTANCIO C. CA—ETE, Provincial Director
REGIONAL OFFICE
LTP Complex, Cotabato City
T/ (064) 4212711 / 4216908 F/ (064) 4211586
Email/ [email protected] Web site/ http://
region12.dost.gov.ph/
Dr. Zenaida P. Hadji Raof-Laidan, Regional Director
BUKIDNON PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Maramag, Bukidnon
COTABATO PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
University of Southern Mindanao Compound, Kabacan,
Cotabato
CAMIGUIN PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CENTER
2/F Barlaan Bldg., Gen. Bonifacio, Aranas St., Mambajao,
Camiguin
T/ (088) 870039
MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
25 Independence St., Oroquita City
MISAMIS ORIENTAL PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
c/o PMSC, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City 9000
T/ (08822) 728449
REGION XI (SOUTHEASTERN MINDANAO)
REGIONAL OFFICE
Cor. Friendship and Dumanlas Roads, Bajada, Davao City
T/ (082) 2275672 F/ (082) 2215295
Email/ [email protected]
Web site/ http://region11.dost.gov.ph/
Ms. Ma. Delia Moran-Morados Regional Director
DAVAO DEL NORTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
2nd Floor Prov’l. Capitol Bldg., Mankilam, Tagum, Davao
DAVAO ORIENTAL PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
PSTC Davao, Barrio Sainz, Mati, Davao Oriental
DAVAO DEL SUR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
PSTC Davao del Sur, Cor Jesu College, Digos, Davao del Sur
T/ 553-3469
LANAO DEL NORTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City
T/ (063) 2214066
SULTAN KUDARAT PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Sultan Kudarat Polytechnic College, Tacurong, Sultan
Kudarat
CARAGA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
REGIONAL OFFICE
450 Balbarino Subdivision, Butuan City
T/ (085) 3425684
Email/ [email protected]
Web site/ http://region12.dost.gov.ph/
Mr. Angelito C. Alolod, Regional Director
AGUSAN DEL NORTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
G/F Ochoa Library, NORMISIST, Ampayon, Butuan City
T/ (085) 3427143
AGUSAN DEL SUR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
ASSAT, Gov’t. Center, Patin-ay, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
SURIGAO DEL NORTE PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
3/F Ricardo Bldg., cor. San Nicolas-Magallanes Streets,
Surigao City
SURIGAO DEL SUR PROVINCIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
56 Luis Perez St., Tandag, Surigao del Sur
T/ (0918) 406-2131
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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Regional and Provincial Offices
CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
REGIONAL OFFICE
Jesnor Bldg., 4 Carino St., Baguio City
T/ (074) 4428634 / 4436549 / 4438709
F/ 447859
Email/ [email protected]
ARMANDO P. GALIMBA, Regional Director
ABRA
G/F King David Palace Hotel, Capitulacion Street, Zone II,
Bangued, Abra
T/ (074) 7525616
T/ F/ (074) 7527737
Email/ [email protected]
MARITES F. DAMIAN, Provincial Director
APAYAO
Vicerra Bldg., Poblacion, Luna, Apayao
T/ 0917-947716 / 0917-3461582
CORAZON CLAVERIA, Caretaker
BENGUET
Peliz Loy Centrum, Session Road, Baguio City
T/ (074) 4423776
T/ F/ 3045706
CARMELITA CASUGA-USMAN, Provincial Director
IFUGAO
JDT Bldg., Poblacion East, Lagawe, Ifugao
T/ F/ (074) 382-2006
Email/ [email protected]
VALENTIN A. BAGUIDUDOL, Officer-in-Charge
KALINGA
2nd Flr., Annex - Lua Building, Poblacion, Tabuk, Kalinga
T/ 920-523-2535
GRACE F. BALUYAN, Provincial Director
MT. PROVINCE
3/F Chakas Building, Bontoc, Mt. Province
T/ F/ (074) 602-1047
JAMES B. POLILIN, Provincial Director
REGION 1
REGIONAL OFFICE
3-4/F Juanita Commercial Building, Quezon Avenue, San
Fernando City, La Union
T/ (072) 700102/ 7004153 / 7001022 / 7001024 / 7001025 /
7005759 / 2424864
F/ (072) 700-4152
E-mail/ [email protected]
Webpage: http:/www.dti.gov.ph/Region 1
FLORANTE O. LEAL, Regional Director
ILOCOS NORTE
3/F Pacific Building, Abadilla Street, Laoag City
T/ (077) 7720379 / 771-4268
F/ (077) 7703243
E-mail/ [email protected]
BENJAMIN M. GARCIA JR., Provincial Director
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ILOCOS SUR
3/F A.R. Lahoz Building, Jose Singson Street, Vigan City,
Ilocos Sur
T/F/ (077) 7222688
E-mail/ [email protected]
GRACE R. LAPASTORA, Provincial Director
LA UNION
2/F Doña Pepita Building, Quezon Avenue, San Fernando
City, La Union
T/ (072) 8882328 / 8882455 / 7004142
F/ (072) 2424597
E-mail/ [email protected]
PETER O. MANGABAT, Provincial Director
PANGASINAN
2/F Star Building, Arellano St., Dagupan City
T/ (075) 515-3183
F/ (075) 523-4031
E-mail/ [email protected]
JAIME P. LUCAS, Provincial Director
REGION 2
REGIONAL OFFICE
4F Tony Go Building, Cor. Luna and Burgos Streets,
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
T/F/ (078) 8464637 / 8464635
E-mail/ [email protected]
MA. ESPERANZA C. BA—ARES, Regional Director
BATANES
Aberilla Bldg., National Road, Basco, Batanes
T/ (02) 533-3456
MA. SALVACION A. CASTILLEJOS, Provincial Director
CAGAYAN
3F Tony Go Building, Cor. Luna and Burgos Sts.,
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
T/ F/ (078) 8464410
E-mail [email protected]
BERNARDINO G. MABBORANG, Provincial Director
ISABELA
Mercedes Building, Alibagu , Ilagan, Isabela
T/ F/ (078) 6223748
E-mail/ [email protected]
RUBEN B. DICIANO, Provincial Director
NUEVA VIZCAYA
2F Lumicao Building, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
T/ F/ (078) 3212023
E-mail/ [email protected]
JULIANA T. ALONZO, Provincial Director
QUIRINO
DIP Building, San Marcos, Cabarroguis, Quirino
T/ (078) 692-5047
E-mail/ [email protected]
RODOLFO G. ANDRADA, Provincial Director
REGION 3
NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
REGIONAL OFFICE
2/F ABC Building, Nepomart Complex, Teresa Avenue,
Angeles City 2009 Pampanga
T/ (045) 8888570 6259791
F/ (045) 888-4899
Email/ [email protected]
Webpage/ www.wcorridor.com/Dti3
BLESILA A. LANTAYONA, Regional Director
REGIONAL OFFICE
T/ (63-2) 8118231 local 1225
F/ 8118271
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
MS. LUWINA S. ENECIO, Regional Director
AURORA
Cordial Bldg I, National Highway, Suklayin, Baler, Aurora
T/ F/ (042) 2094213
Email/ [email protected]
MARCELINA S. ALCANTARA, Provincial Director
BATAAN
3/F Crizelda Marie Building, Capitol Drive, Balanga, Bataan
T/ F/ (047) 2373005 / 7914221
Email/ [email protected]
YAY P. LASAM, Provincial Director
BULACAN
2/F BFCCI Building, MacArthur Highway, S. Matanda,
Malolos, Bulacan
T/ F/ (044) 7912283 / 7910113
Email/ [email protected]
LUISA FE S. TUNGOL, Provincial Director
NUEVA ECIJA
2/F Padilla-Sta. Ana Building, Del Pilar Street, Cabanatuan
City
T/ F/ (044) 6000930 / 4631226
Email/ [email protected]
BRIGIDA T. PILI, Provincial Caretaker
PAMPANGA
2/F ABN Plaza Building, MacArthur Highway cor. Brgy. Del
Rosario, 2000 San Fernando, Pampanga
T/ F/ (045) 8604625 / 8604629
Email/ [email protected]
ANACLETO C. BLANCO JR., Provincial Director
TARLAC
2/F JW Real Building, MacArthur Highway, San Sebastian,
Tarlac City
T/ F/ (045) 9820009 / 9824724
Email/ [email protected]
AGNES B. RAMIREZ, Provincial Director
ZAMBALES
4/F Livelihood Center Building, Magsaysay Avenue, Zone
5, Iba, Zambales
T/ (047) 8111331
Email/ [email protected]
SATELLITE OFFICE
2/F Silangan Building, 2410 Rizal Avenue, East BajacBajac, Olongapo City
T/ F/ (047) 2246545 / 2241135
Email/ [email protected]
MARILOU G. FERMIN, Provincial Director
AREA 1
Cities of Manila, Pasay and Makati
T/ (63-2) 8118231 local 1210
F/ 8118271
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
EMMA CASTALONI ASUSANO, Provincial Director
AREA 2
Cities of Parañaque, Las Piñas, Muntinlupa and
Municipalities of Taguig and Pateros
T/ (63-2) 8118231 local 1209
F/ 8118271
Email/ [email protected] ;
[email protected]
ARNALDO DEL ROSARIO, Provincial Director
AREA 3
Cities of Quezon, Mandaluyong, Marikina, Pasig and
Municipality of San Juan
T/ (63-2) 8118231 local 1224
F/ 8118271
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
MA. GRACIA R. SOLLER, Provincial Director
AREA 4
Cities of Caloocan, Valenzuela and Municipalities of
Malabon, Navotas
T/ (63-2) 8118231 local 1223
F/ 8118271
Email: [email protected] /
[email protected]
FERDINAND L. MANFOSTE, Provincial Director
REGION 4A
REGIONAL OFFICE
3/F Marcelita Bldg., National Highway, Real, Calamba,
Laguna
T/ (049) 5457570 / 5457447
T/ F/ 5457573
Email/ [email protected]
Webpage/ http://www.dti.gov.ph/Region4
MARILOU QUINCO-TOLEDO, Regional Director
BATANGAS
NACIDA Bldg., Old City Hall Compound, B. Morada
Avenue, Lipa City 4217
T/ F/ (043) 7561336 / 7562330
Mobile/ 09175242596
Email/ [email protected]
RUEL R. GONZALES, Provincial Director
CAVITE
Aguinaldo Highway, Brgy. Biga, Silang, Cavite 4118
T/ (046) 4140188
T/ F/ 4140699
Mobile/ 09188109577
Email/ [email protected]
NOLY D. GUEVARA, Provincial Director
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LAGUNA
38 Purok 3 Km 75 Brgy. Banca-banca, National Highway,
Victoria, Laguna
T/F (049) 5590254
T/ (049) 5590151
Email/ [email protected]
SUSAN R. PALO, Caretaker
QUEZON
2/F Don Froilan Lopez Bldg., Granja cor. Enriquez Sts.,
Lucena City, Quezon 4301
T/ F/ (042) 3734686
Mobile/ 09188108117
Email/ [email protected]
JOAQUIN R. OVIONDO, Caretaker
ROMBLON
3rd Floor JM Diaz Building, Quezon St., Romblon,
Romblon
T/ F/ (02) 4122864 to 67 loc. 2133 T/ 198-59-10
Email/ [email protected]
TABLAS EXTENSION OFFICES
Ground Floor Firmalo Building,
Cor. A. Mabini & M. Quezon Sts., Odiongan, Romblon
T/ F/ (043) 198-59-10
T/ 198-59-02 to 03
OSCAR M. AGBAY, Provincial Director
REGION 5
RIZAL
4/F Fair Trade Commercial Center Bldg., Km 23 Ortigas
Ext., Ave., Cainta, Rizal
T/ F/ (02) 6566827 / 6625986 / 6606116
Email/ [email protected]
JAIME L. OLMOS, Provincial Director
REGIONAL OFFICE
Jomil Bldg., Georgetown Park, Rizal St., Cabangan,
Legazpi City
T/ (63-52) 4805749 / 4805716 TO 21
F/ 2143176
E-mail:[email protected]
ENGR. JOCELYN LB. BLANCO, Regional Director
REGION 4B (MIMAROPA)
ALBAY
2/F Mileton Dy Bldg., Rizal St., Imperial Court Subd., 4500
Legazpi City
T/ (052) 4805928 / 4806834
F/ (052) 2143226
Email/ [email protected]
RODRIGO M. AGUILAR, Provincial Director
REGIONAL OFFICE
6th Floor New Solid Building, 357 Sen. Gil J. Puyat
Avenue, Makati, Philippines
T/ (02) 8953582 / 8963302
F/ 8904685
Email/ [email protected]
USEC NELLY FAVIS-VILLAFUERTE, Supervising Head
MARINDUQUE
Cor. Del Mundo & Moreno Streets, Malusak, Boac,
Marinduque
T/ F/ (042) 3321750 / 3111039
Email/ [email protected]
CARLITO F. FABALENA, Provincial Director
OCCIDENTAL MINDORO
2nd Floor JMJ Building, Lapu-lapu St.,
San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
T/ F/ (043) 4912131 / 4912210
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
JOEL B. VALERA, Provincial Director
ORIENTAL MINDORO
Provincial Capitol Complex, Brgy. Camilmil Calapan,
Oriental Mindoro
T/ (043) 4410245
F/ 2867093
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
ALFONSO L. VELEZ, Provincial Caretaker
PALAWAN
2nd Floor Circon Building,
Rizal Avenue Cor. Valencia St., Puerto Princesa City,
Palawan
T/ (048) 4332492, T/ F/ 4337316
F/ 4342965
Email/ [email protected]
ROSENDA G. FORTUNADO, Provincial Director
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CATANDUANES
Sta. Elena, Virac, Catanduanes
T/ (052) 8111506 / 8111947
F/ 8111376
Email/ [email protected]
IRINEO B. PANTI JR., Provincial Director
MASBATE
3/F Nunez Bldg., Quezon St., Masbate 5400
F/ (056) 3332357
Email/ [email protected]
EDGAR E. RAMOS, Provincial Director
SORSOGON
2/F Benjamin Ty Bldg., cor De Vera & Quezon Sts.,
Sorsogon 4700
T/ (056) 2111802 / 2111467
F/ (056) 2111479
Email/ [email protected]
LEAH A. PAGAO, Provincial Director
REGION 6
REGIONAL OFFICE
DTI Bldg., cor JM Basa & Peralta Sts., Iloilo City
T/ (033) 3350548 / 3350830
F/ (033) 3350083
Email/ [email protected]
DOMINIC P. ABAD, Regional Director
AKLAN
JSM Bldg., Veteran’s Ave., Kalibo, Aklan
T/ (036) 2623951 / 2683405
F/ 2685280
Email/ [email protected]
ERMELINDA P. POLLENTES, Provincial Director
ANTIQUE
2/F Susana Bldg., Isabel-Fornier Sts., San Jose, Antique
T/ (036) 3201569 / 0917 5470836
Email/ [email protected]
WILHELM M. MALONES, Provincial Director
CAPIZ
2/F Bermejo Building, McKinley Street, Roxas City
T/ )036) 6211151
F/ (036) 6212637
Email/ [email protected]
REBECCA M. RASCON, Provincial Director
GUIMARAS
2/F JJMC Bldg., San Miguel, Jordan, Guimaras
T/ 033 5813165 / 0917-3025910
Email/ [email protected]
JOSE M. DIVINAGRACIA, Provincial Director
ILOILO
DTI Bldg., cor. JM Basa-Peralta Sts., Iloilo City
T/ (033) 3350149
T/ F/ (033) 3370392
Email/ [email protected]
DIOSDADO P. CADENA JR., Provincial Director
NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Milagros Plaza Bldg., Rosario-Gatuslao Sts., Bacolod City
T/ (043) 4347920
T/ F/ (034) 4342621
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
ARD PERFECTO C. YAP, Caretaker
REGION 8
REGIONAL OFFICE
NACIDA Building, Pawing, Palo, Leyte
T/ (053) 3234233 / 3232569
F/ (053)3234082
Email/ [email protected]
CYNTHIA R. NIERRAS, CESO III, Regional Director
LEYTE
No. 785 Fatima Seaside, Tacloban City, Leyte
T/ ( 053) 3254518 / 3254374
F/ (053) 3256448
DESIDERIO P. BELAS JR., Provincial Director
SOUTHERN LEYTE
Caridad E. Uy Building, S. Demetrio Street, Abgao, Maasin
City
T/ F/ (053) 3812020
Email/ [email protected]
MICHAEL B. NUNEZ, Provincial Director
BILIRAN
2/F Charlie Chong Building, Caneja Street, Naval, Biliran
T/ F/ (053) 5009390
MA. CLEOFE A. MOTOOMULL, Provincial Director
SAMAR
2/F To Chip Building cor. San Bartolome Street & Ubanon
Street, Catbalogan, Samar
T/ (053) 2512110 / 2512196
F/ (055) 2512110
Email/ [email protected]
SALVACION P. MATE, Provincial Director
REGION 7
REGIONAL OFFICE
3/F WDC Building, Osmena Blvd., 6000 Cebu City
T/ (032) 2550036 / 2545317 / 2540599
F/ 2537465
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected] /
[email protected]
ASTERIA C. CABERTE, Regional Director
BOHOL
2/F FCB Bldg., C.P.G. Avenue, Tagbilaran City
T/ (63-38) 4113236 / 4113302
F/ 4113533
Email/ [email protected]
NIMFA M. VIRTUCIO, Provincial Caretaker
EASTERN SAMAR
2/F S. Pormida Building, Cinco Street., Borongan, 6800
Eastern Samar
T/ (055) 2612147
F/ (055) 2613124
ALBERTO A. ELLEMA, Provincial Director
NORTHERN SAMAR
2/F Singzon Apt. cor. Balite and Quirino Streets, Catarman,
Northern Samar
T/ F/ (053) 3541248
Email/ dti_nsamar @hotmail.com
STANLEY C. TABIANDO, Provincial Director
REGION 9
CEBU
3/F LDM Bldg., Legaspi St., 6000 Cebu City
T/ (63-32) 2557082 / 2532631
T/F/ (63-32) 2535377
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
NELIA F. NAVARRO, Provincial Director
NEGROS ORIENTAL
2/F Uymatiao Bldg., San Jose St., Dumaguete City
T/ (63-35) 2257211
T/F/ 2254781
Email/ [email protected]
JAVIER R. FORTUNATO JR., Provincial Director
SIQUIJOR
Chan She Bldg., Poblacion, Siquijor, Siquijor
T/F/ (63-35) 4809065
Email/ [email protected]
MARLENE C. PATRIA, Provincial Caretaker
REGIONAL OFFICE
Gov. Ramos Avenue, Sta. Maria, Zamboanga City
T/ (062) 9913237 / 9931621
F/ (062) 9913232
Email/ [email protected]
Webpage/ www.dti.gov.ph/Region9
NAZRULLAH B. MANZUR, Regional Director
ISABELA
Hizon Building, N.S. Valderozza Street, Isabela, Basilan
T/ (062) 2003610
T/ F/ (062) 2007281
ABDULBARI N. IBNO, Caretaker
ZAMBOANGA CITY
2/F SKT Building, Rizal Street, Zamboanga City
T/ (062) 9912705
F/ (062) 9930594
SEVERINO M. LANDINGIN, Provincial Director
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ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
G/F Executive Building, Provincial Tourism Complex,
Estaka, Dipolog City
T/ (065) 2125862 / 2122944
F/ (062) 2122331
NOEL R. BAZAN, Provincial Director
COMPOSTELA VALLEY PROVINCE
Door 2, 2F Pabilona, Compostela Valley
T/ (63-84) 3760500
Email/ [email protected]
NENITA E. VERDAN, Program Coordinator
ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
NACIDA Building, Capitol Site, Pagadian City
T/ (062) 2143326 / 2141457
F/ (062) 2142516
Email/ [email protected]
ENGR. JOSE ALEXANDER D. HERNANDEZ, Provincial
Director
DAVAO CITY
2/F Mintrade Bldg., Monteverde-Sales Streets., Davao City
T/ (63-82) 2240511
F/ (63-82) 300-1226
Email/ [email protected]
TEOLULO M. PASAWA, City Director
ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY
Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay
EDITO LUMACANG, Caretaker
DAVAO ORIENTAL
3/F Valles Bldg., Rizal St., Mati, Davao Oriental
T/ (63-87) 387-3883446 / 3883735
F/ 3883998
E-mail: [email protected]
EMGR. DANILO B. SIASON, Provincial Director
REGION 10
REGIONAL OFFICE
Corrales Ave. cor. Antonio Luna St., Cagayan de Oro City
9000
T/ (63) (8822) 722278 / 727422 / 722139
F/ (63) (8822) 722276
Email/ [email protected] / [email protected]
Webpage/ www.dti.gov.ph/ Region 10
NINFA U. ALONG-ALBANA, Regional Director
BUKIDNON
3rd Floor, Tabios Building, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
T/ F/ (63) (88) 8132101
ERMEDIO J. ABANG, Caretaker
CAMIGUIN
Mambajao, Camiguin
T/ (63) (88) 3870036 / 3870037
JOSELITO S. ENOT, Caretaker
LANAO DEL NORTE / ILIGAN CITY
2F Villanueva Bldg, Roxas Avenue, 9200 Iligan City
T/ F/ (63) 221-55-34
T/ 6151
LINDA O. BONIAO, Provincial Director
MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL
5JP Quijano Street, 7207 Oroquieta City
T/F/ (88)5311231
VENUS S. VILLANUEVA, Caretaker
MISAMIS ORIENTAL
3/F 52nd Business Center, Gaerlan-Tiano Streets,
Cahgayan de Oro City 9000
T/ (8822) 722291, 8574034
MA. ELIZA A. PABILLORE, Provincial Director
REGION 11
REGIONAL OFFICE
3/F Mintrade Bldg., Monteverde-Sales Sts., Davao City
T/ (63-82) 2240511
F/ (63-82) 3009579
Webpage/ www.dti.go.ph/Region 11
ENGR. MERLY M. CRUZ , Regional Director
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DAVAO PROVINCE
Government Center, Mankilan, Tagum City
T/ (63-84) 2173337 / 2173832
F/ (63-84) 400-1451
E-mail/ [email protected]
NENITA S. NAZARENO, Provincial Director
DAVAO DEL SUR
2/F PNB Bldg., Quezon Ave., Digos, Davao del Sur
T/ (63-82) 553-2507
F/ (63-82) 553-2873
E-mail: [email protected]
CESAR T. BRIONES , Provincial Director
REGION 12
REGIONAL OFFICE
5/F CYM Building, Don Rufino Alonso Street, Cotabato City
T/ 064 4212093 / 4213351
F/ 064 4213693
Email/ [email protected]
IBRAHIM K. GUIAMEL, Regional Director
COTABATO CITY
5/F CYM Building, Don Rufino Alonso Street, Cotabato City
T/ 064 4212093 / 4213351
F/ 064 4213693
Email/ [email protected]
ALMITA CALUD, Officer-In-Charge
COTABATO
2/F Ngo Pian Building, Nathinal Highway, Kidapawan City
T/ 064 43281531
T/ F/ 064 42381527
Email/ [email protected]
ANTHONY P. BRAVO, Provincial Director
SARANGANI
Capitol Compound, Alabel, Sarangani Province
T/ (63-83) 508-2014
E-mail [email protected]
NENITA S. NAZARENO, Caretaker
SOUTH COTABATO
RA Building, Osmeña Street, Dadiangas, General Santos
City
T/ (63-83) 5538190 / 525105 / 3018057
F/ (63-83) 552-8385
E-mail: [email protected]
DORECITA T. DELIMA, Caretaker
SULTAN KUDARAT
2/F Quality Appliance Building, Alunan Highway, Tacurong
T/ 064 2003881
F/ 064 2003166
Email/ [email protected]
NOE R. GUMANA, Provincial Director
CARAGA
REGIONAL OFFICE
764 Silaga Building, Capitol Avenue, Butuan City
T/ (085) 342615 / 2255955
F/ (085) 8151271
Email/ [email protected]
BRIELGO O. PAGARAN, Regional Director
AUTONOMOUS REGION OF MUSLIM MINDANAO (ARMM)
REGIONAL OFFICE
2/F Marciano Chiong Bldg., Don Rufino Alonzo Street,
Cotabato City
T/ F/ (064) 4217729
T/ (064) 421-3442
Email/ [email protected]
ATTY. ISHAK V. MASTURA, Regional Secretary
THANI O. MACARAMBON, Assistant Regional Secretary
BASILAN
Hizon Building, N.S. Valencia Street, Isabela, Basilan
T/ 062 2003610
T/ F/ 062 2007281
Email/ [email protected]
ABDULBARI N. IBNO, Caretaker
LANAO DEL SUR
Anisa Building, Pumping Street, Marawi City
T/ F/ (063) 352-0443
CABILI M. AROBINTO, Provincial Director
MAGUINDANAO
Alonto-Biruar Building, Mabini Street, Cotabato City
T/ F/ (064) 421-7775
KHALIKUZAMAN A. BARAGUIR, Provincial Director
SULU
Capitol Site, Jolo, Sulu
T/ (02) 893-3514
SITTI RASIDAM A. LUKMAN, Acting Provincial Director
AGUSAN DEL NORTE
3/F Rudy Tiu Building, A.D. Curato Street, Butuan City
T/ (085) 2253341 / 3419257
F/ (085) 3415221 / 8156158
Email/ [email protected]
CELESTINO IRINEO O. NEGAPATAN, Provincial Director
AGUSAN DEL SUR
703 National Highway, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
T/ (086) 3438034 / 2423134 / 3438591
F/ (086) 3438034
LOLITA I. DORADO, Provincial Director
SURIGAO DEL NORTE
2/F Alegria Bank Building, Corner San Nicolas-Magallanes
Streets, Surigao City
T/ (086) 8263580 / 8260191
F/ (086) 2324047
Email/ [email protected]
EMMANUEL S. AZNAR, Caretaker
SURIGAO DEL SUR
3/F Alex Bautista Building, Donasco Street, Tandag,
Surigao del Sur
T/F (086) 2113029
Email/ dtit[email protected]
ANDRES N. YPARRAGUIRRE JR., Caretaker
TAWI-TAWI
Ilmoh Street, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi
T/ (068) 268-1246
MOHAMMAD SHA J. SHALIM, Provincial Director
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