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Polymer Identification

Polymer Identification
Polymer Identification


   Quick identification of polymer and plastic materials helps companies accept or reject raw materials, determine if suppliers used the correct polymer or plastic materials to manufacture parts, and reverse engineer competitors' plastic parts -- strictly for 'educational purposes', of course.

   Let fast, accurate FT-IR Analysis, Thermogravimetric Analysis, and Differential Scanning Calorimetry performed by a qualified polymer & plastics testing lab help you identify polymer and plastic materials.

Polymer Identification
Polymer Identification

Proper polymer identification can play a major role at both the beginning and end of the manufacturing processes.

Molders need to know their resin supplier has not changed up the polymer recipe -- accidentally or on purpose.

End users need to know the plastic part they ordered contains the plastic material they specified.

Polymer Identification

The first step towards understanding how or why a plastic product works involves knowing what it's made of.

Whether checking up on a competitor or looking to improve on an existing plastic part's performance, you first have to identify the plastic or polymer material used to make it.

There's no need to re-invent the wheel.

Polymer Identification

Need to identify the polymer or plastic material in a resin or used to manufacture a finished part?

Contact a Technical Account Manager at one of the accredited polymer testing labs listed on the Polymer Testing Lab web site.

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Polymer Identification
Polymer Identification

Insisting that your polymer identification and/or plastic identification work gets done by an accredited, qualified testing makes sense so thereforea reputable polymer identification lab will have accreditation by an independent organization such as A2LA for key testing procedures like ASTM D618, ASTM D638, ASTM D3418, ASTM D4591, ASTM D5630, ISO 1183-3, ASTM E1131, ASTM E1252, Manual Light/Optical Microscopy, and Manual Scanning Electron Microscopy.

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