What we can do for you:

Support your product, process, and project research, development, and management, project planning, marketing, and regulatory compliance.

Provide recommendations and assistance in chemical analysis and laboratory management.

Chemical and physical analysis of materials, including "unknown" substances.

Independent assessment of a client’s in-house research and conclusions.

Tutorial seminars on theoretical principles, experimental design, and statistical analysis.

Recommendations to optimize process operating conditions and reduce raw material and energy costs.

Litigation Support - we provide technical expertise in the legal arena, including evaluating your opponent’s technical data and analytics, and preparation of affidavits, depositions, and documents submitted for trial.
Our expertise includes industrial water and air quality, environmental data analysis, drug and forensic analysis, toxic/hazardous chemicals, industrial hygiene and safety.
If we cannot help you, we will find someone who can.

Assistance in meeting and exceeding the requirements of governmental regulations, environmental discharge, and employee safety, including 29 CFR 1910.1200 (the Hazard Communication Standard), 29 CFR 1910.1450 (the Laboratory Standard), and 6 CFR Part 27 (Department of Homeland Security "chemicals of interest") requirements.

We provide assistance with:
  • Chemical Research & Development
  • Chemical Synthesis & Purification
  • Chemical Testing & Analysis
  • Product Specification
  • Process Optimization
  • Research Feasibility Proposals
  • Staff Tutorials
  • Laboratory Management
  • Customer Reports
  • Identification of Suppliers
  • Technical Market Research
  • Properties of Materials
  • Acid/Base/Buffer Chemistry
  • Oxidation/Reduction Reactions
  • Metals & Metal Oxides
  • Magnetic Materials
  • Crystal Structure
  • Semiconductor Processing
  • Agriculture & Food Processing
  • Statistical Analysis of Data
  • Radon & Radiation Monitoring
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Chemical Hygiene & Safety
  • OSHA & Safety Compliance
  • Regulatory Issues
  • Proper Waste Disposal
  • Industrial Chemicals. Household Chemicals. Chemical Accidents. Chemical Fires. Chemical Explosions. Chemical Safety. Chemical Spills. Chemical Specialty Products. Toxic Substances. Hazardous Materials. Acids, Bases, and Buffers. Solvents. Resins/Polymers Plastics. Hydrofluoric Acid. Semiconductor Etching. Indoor Air Quality. Metals and Metal Oxides. Lead in Paint. Adhesives & Sealants. Consumer Products. Product Liability. MSDS. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200 Hazard Communication. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1450 the Lab Standard.Laboratory Testing & Analysis. Hazardous Waste. Cleaning Products. Need help with other issues? Contact Joseph E. Sabol - We like difficult problems! As a chemical testing services, we test, analyze, and certify a variety of chemicals (including "unknown" substances) for purity, chemical compatibility, and environmental impact. Our experience includes analyzing the following materials:

  • acids and bases,
  • adhesives and sealants,
  • ceramics,
  • agricultural and food products,
  • inorganic salts,
  • chemical coatings,
  • metals and metal oxides,
  • pulp and paper,
  • polymers,
  • powders,
  • trace materials in water.

    Don't see what you have? Ask us - we have worked on others, but cannot list them all.

    Our services include:
  • ash testing,
  • atomic absorption (AA) and inductively coupled plasma (ICP) spectroscopy,
  • chemical extraction, chromatography (HPLC and GC),
  • x-ray diffraction (XRD),
  • infrared spectroscopy (FTIR),
  • mass spectrometry,
  • microscopy (optical and scanning electron, SEM),
  • electron microprobe (EMPA),
  • and wet chemical analysis.

    When you approach us as your chemical testing service, we analyze and select the best testing method(s). For example, flame atomic absorption (AA) and inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy (ICP) spectroscopy is typically used to measure the concentration of trace metals in solution. Chemical extraction and separation methods can remove molecular components through absorption into various solvents of differing polarity. X-ray diffraction determines the atomic crystal structure and grain size. Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy measures the wavelength and absorption intensity of infrared light and can be used to identify "organic" molecules, i.e., those containing carbon, e.g., adhesives, food products, and polymers. Microscopy (optical and SEM) provides information on the structure and composition of materials. Property testing measures electrical, thermal, mechanical, or magnetic characteristics of a material. Chromatography (HPLC and GC) is a method to separate and quantify a mixture based on selected adsorption by a fixed (solid or liquid) and a mobile (liquid or gas) phase. Traditional wet chemical analysis (titrations, gravimetric analysis, etc) can be used to perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of a wide variety of chemical species.

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