CHEMICAL ODOR ANALYSIS & TESTING LABORATORY
Is your product releasing a strange or unappealing chemical odor? Avomeen’s chemical odor testing laboratory can identify what ingredient(s) within your product is giving off unwanted chemical odors. Our chemists can help you reformulate your product to either remove & replace the ingredients giving off the foul odor or add new ingredients that will mask the chemical odor.
Chemical odor analysis is utilized in polymers, cleaners, packaging, household products and more.
For cleaners, often times the active ingredient which provides the majority of the cleaning performance of the product may be giving off an unpleasant chemical odor. When many consumers buy household products, the chemical odor can be the main criterion for purchase – a product that works wonders but gives off a noxious chemical odor is most likely one that its customers will have a hard time repurchasing. With the latest push towards organic products that have natural odors, reformulating your product to maintain these qualities can help increase sales.
Let our skilled chemists reformulate your product to maintain the same performance but maintain a pleasant odor.
- Material Testing & Identification
- Deformulation Laboratory
- Product Failure Analysis
- Litigation Support Services
- New Product Development
- Method Development & Validation
For More Information Or A Quote, Please Request A Chemical Odor Analysis Laboratory Quote Or Call (844) 334-3217 Today.
OFF GAS TESTING LABORATORY
Analyze off-gasses from a product or machine. Avomeen’s chemists can perform off-gas analysis that comes from a product, chemical, or machine.
Typically performed for safety or regulatory reasons, Avomeen can analyze a sample to identify components within the gas or liquid and quantify them determining the amount of each ingredient.
- Material & Chemical Identification
- Deformulation Services
- Contamination Analysis
- Safety Testing Laboratory
- Regulatory Consulting
- VOC Analysis
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