Globally Trusted Polymer Testing Source
Plastics are a part of our daily life ranging from our household utensils to the vehicles we drive. Plastics testing and analysis plays a significant role, in designing and manufacturing plastic products and products that contain plastic components.
Kal-Polymers laboratory offers advanced polymer testing technologies with unrivaled experienced and highly qualified staff. Our scientists, engineers, chemists, and technologists are highly qualified professionals with years of industry experience. They use their unique state-of-the-art instrumentation to provide a full range of quality, product safety, materials and research analysis and testing services. Our full range of services include, Chemical Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Physical and mechanical Testing.
Plastics recycling, testing and compositional analysis if working with a difficult material and need physical analysis, materials testing, or chemical analysis, we want to solve it.
Our capabilities include testing, inspection, certification, R&D support services, quality control and assurance services, end-user products and component testing.
Our R and D laboratory employs the latest in scientific procedure and technology to provide nonpareil results from concept to product completion. Our Scientists are now contributing novel innovations in Green Technology.
Why plastic testing is required?
• For health and safety regulations
• Testing for strength, flexibility, durability of the plastic product
• Testing for failure analysis
• To learn about the plastic material composition
Our Plastic Testing Capabilities
• Compositional Analysis
• Contaminants Analysis
• Failure Analysis
• Physical and Mechanical Property Analysis
Melt Flow Index Testing
Melt Flow Index is an analysis method that determines the ease of flow of plastic materials.
Differential Scanning Calorimetry Analysis
Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) polymer analysis and plastic analysis measures the heat capacity of a sample.
Physical and Mechanical Testing
Durometer testing is a physical test method that provides information on the hardness of rubber and plastic materials.
Measurement of the Impact resistance of a plastic material
Tensile and Flexural Testing
Tensile testing provides information on the strength of a material and the amount it will elongate, as tension is created through the application of force
Fourier Transform Infra-Red Analysis
Infrared spectroscopy (IR spectroscopy) is the subset of spectroscopy that deals with the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum. It can be used to identify compounds or investigate sample composition.
Filler Content Analysis
Determines the amount of filler content in the plastic material
Near Infra-Red Spectrophotometric Analysis
NIR is used for detection of contaminants in plastics.