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Renol Urine Osmolality Controls

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Highlighted Features
  • Manufacturer-recommended QC
  • Quickly spot shifts in instrument performance
  • Clinically-relevant formula
1 Reviews

Renol Urine Osmolality Controls

Use Renol every day you test urine patient samples. It’s the manufacturer-recommended control designed specifically for your osmometer.

Our controls help your lab meet CAP and CLIA guidelines; comply with regulations which recommend running multiple controls at different concentrations daily to verify assay performance at relevant levels. Read our new whitepaper, “Evaluation of Commercially Available Osmometer Control Solutions,” to learn about the best practices for osmometer quality control.

Two clinically relevant levels: Low: 300 and High: 800 mOsm/kg H2O

Use our free AdvancedQC online peer program to compare your results with other labs.

“We use the Advanced Instruments Protinol and [Renol] controls and calibration. The analyzer is very simple to use. We need to update in the next year.”



Clinically-relevant formulas provide important reference points and tight tolerances let you quickly spot shifts in performance.


Comply with regulations which recommend running two controls at different concentrations daily to verify assay performance at relevant levels.


Access instant reports to evaluate performance in real-time, receive monthly reports including all peer group data, and increase assurance in proficiency survey results.


No thawing, adding water, or worrying about mixing errors.

Associated Products

Part Numbers

3LA085Renol 2-Level Osmometer Control 2x4x3 mLView
Osmometer Calibration Standards

Available from 0-4000 mOsm/kg H2O 10 x 2mL Ampules

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Educational Resources


Protinol™ Protein-Based Control


Evaluation Of Commercially Available Osmometer Control Solutions


Utilization of controls, materials and osmometry in a clinical setting offers quality