Why Test for Chemicals?
Companies seek chemical analysis for a wide variety of reasons. Whether it be for routine chemical tests for quality control, or for quality assurance purposes. At G2 our chemical testing services are customized according to each individual project’s needs. We use multiple methods of analysis when testing chemicals and raw materials.
Our G2 industrial hygienists provide analytical and technical support for chemical companies and their industrial clients. Our clients are in markets such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, coatings, personal care, adhesives, packaging and food/beverage.
Chemical testing and analysis is vital for regulatory compliance and to understand the quality and composition of chemical substances and materials that are used in products, industrial processes and manufacturing. Specialist industry knowledge, and expertise in applying the most relevant methodology are the keys to successful chemical testing. Advanced analytical instrumentation or a combination of techniques is necessary to solve problems or determine composition.
Chemical Testing Services
G2’s chemical testing and analysis services include trace analysis, metals testing, contamination detection and identification of unknown substances.
Several of the chemicals we test for are:
- Excipients for pharmaceuticals
- Additives in a plastic film
- Solvent composition of inks
- Active ingredients for a cosmetic
- Plasticizers in paints
- Surfactant from a detergent
We offer chemical composition analysis, which determines chemical quality, identity, composition and impurities.
Trace Chemical Testing
Our trace chemical testing services include trace metals analysis and organic compounds with detection down to trace and ultra-trace ranges, even for complex sample matrices. We test for detection and identification of residues to help our clients solve industry problems.
Resolving chemical contamination requires a rapid response. G2 uses advanced laboratory instrumentation to quickly identify and troubleshoot contamination issues so that our clients can remediate the problem and get on with their business.
Our industrial hygienists use semi-quantitative to fully quantitative methods in identifying and quantifying the elemental composition of a metal alloy. This is often used for manufacturing quality control, reverse engineering and failure investigations.
Using a wide range of elemental analysis techniques, our industrial hygienists can identify and quantify the elemental composition of chemical samples and compounds. We offer sampling which includes organic and inorganic analysis and aqueous and non-aqueous materials.
Let us know how we can help you with any of your environmental testing needs.