In general, a consumer is the one who pays something to consume goods produced. The consumer services involved in a wide variety of fields, such as chemical, biological, engineering, physical and web-based services. There are many consumer services, referring to the formulation, deformulation, technical consulting and testing of most consumer products, such as herbs, food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, vitamins, household cleaners, cosmetics, hair products, paints, plastics, metals, waxes, ceramics, coatings, minerals, construction materials plus water, non-medical forensic testing, indoor air quality testing and failure analysis.
Because some chemicals compounds are harmful to human health, when they are used beyond the limits of human tolerance, before the consumers are put on the market, they should be verified to meet all appropriate national and international standards and regulations. And consumer chemicals analysis can test their toxicity, purity, strength, reactivity, and coloration.
Consumer Chemicals Analysis at Creative Proteomics
Based on advanced technologies and experienced technicians for consumer chemicals analysis, Creative Proteomics can help solve a variety of complex analytical problems. And we can analyze various consumer chemicals, including but limited to:
|Consumer chemicals can be analyzed at Creative Proteomics|
|1||Car care products||7||Personal care products|
|6||Waterborne and enamel paints||12||Urethane and epoxy coatings|
At Creative Proteomics, our experts can perform various consumer chemicals on individual components, product prototypes, and finished products. To develop a complete understanding of the consumer chemicals analytical problem and solution, Creative Proteomics is fully equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation, including but not limited to:
Based on years of experience in environment analysis solution, Creative Proteomics can provide comprehensive services for consumer chemicals. Please contact us to find out more about our services. We look forward to working with you in the future.
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