Services

PhysChem Analytics GmbH offers you tailor-made services in the field of analytics, fault analysis, process optimization and quality control. Mainly physical-chemical analysis methods are used.

These all correspond to the state of science and are carried out according to recognized rules of technology. We would like to introduce you to some of these topics on the following pages and to show you how you can use these methods to locate sources of error or improve production processes.


Troubleshooting

Failure analysis is one of the most important areas when manufacturing faults in components or products occur during production. Here we have to find out which parameter causes the error and how it can be corrected. Since considerable costs are associated with defective production, it is important to act as quickly as possible and to take action. Based on our many years of experience, we know how important it is to have a partner who delivers results as quick as possible. Because of our speed and the many possibilities of application of our focus, we are the optimal partner when it comes to fast Failure analysis of components.


Quality control

Many of our focus areas are already being used frequently in industry for quality control. FT-IR spectroscopy and thermal analysis are especially recommended for incoming goods control. These methods allow quick and reliable identification of differences between standards and delivered batches or a substance identification.

If the flow characteristics of a raw material are in line with those of a standard, in order to prevent production problems or to check the quality of finished products, rheology is recommended. Through the use of rheometers, the flow characteristics of a sample under load can be determined quickly and precisely, giving you valuable information on the processability, or the flow characteristics of your product.

Please feel free to contact us if you have a sample and look for a suitable method for quality control, or a cost-effective alternative to elaborate methods.