Chemical Testing

Guarantee the quality of your products

Guarantee the quality of your products

What is chemical analysis testing?

Chemical testing and analysis is the process of identifying, characterising, and understanding the quality of materials and substances that are used in products, manufacturing, and industrial processes.

Global expertise in chemical analysis testing for industry

With its services on chemical analysis testing, TÜV SÜD supports manufacturers and industry comply with national, regional and international regulations throughout the supply chain. While it is a mandate for organisations to comply with these laws, the job is easier said than done in a global market, making compliance a challenging task to achieve.

Why is chemical analysis testing important?

Compliance with the many national, regional, and international regulations on the safe and proper use of chemicals is essential for a growing business:

  • Maintain reputation: a firm that is found to use unsafe substances anywhere in the supply chain risks reputational damage.
  • Avoid fines: many regulations come with heavy fines for firms that are seen to ignore the rules.
  • Ensure access to markets: it may be impossible to access certain jurisdictions if a product contains banned substances.

Staying updated with worldwide chemical and RSL regulations with TÜV SÜD

Our talented pool of experts possess extensive knowledge of chemical and restricted substance regulations globally. This makes it easier to track pending and potential regulatory changes that may affect the acceptance of your products. With our global network of laboratories and testing facilities, our experts can further support you in conducting material and product evaluations.

TÜV SÜD’s chemical analysis testing services

Our testing services span the complete range of chemical testing required for product acceptance in the U.S., the EU, and other jurisdictions worldwide. It includes testing of hazardous substances like Azo dyes, biocides, chemical residues, chlorinated phenols and more.

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