Troubleshooting gives you solutions to problems
Processes and products are often contaminated for various reasons and lead to driveability problems that create financial and environmental penalties and possible complaints from customers. RISE's solid expertise and equipment can help you with both identification, troubleshooting and solutions.
Do you have problems with deposits, stains in the process? Want to know what a specific product has for fiber composition? These are some of the issues that Trouble Shooting takes care of. With the help of our solid competence and our highly advanced instruments as well as well-developed databases, we can produce information about the composition and origin of the pollution.
We often need to use several of the techniques below to solve a problem because the problems are often complex. The most common types of samples are pulp, paper and cardboard. We also look at scrapes, dots, rubber cloth, printed end product, solutions, incrustations, metal surfaces. Contact us and we will discuss the problem solution together.
We use several different types of methods to arrive at a solution. These are the most common:
- Light microscopy
- Scanning electron microscopy SEM
- Ion chromatography
Orderer via contact person
Troubleshooting gives you solutions to problems within the process and product
Biorefinery, Plastics, Bioeconomy, Circular transition, Packaging, Chemical processes and products, Chemical and biological analysis, Control, Corrosion, Pulp and paper, Material transition, Perception, Production and manufacturing, Surface technology
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Analysis results are delivered by e-mail, normally within 15 working days of the samples arriving to us. With reservation for samples that require special treatment. Express analyzes can be obtained at a surcharge by agreement.
Recommendations for sampling:
Scrape in a jar when sampling
Do not mark too close to the defect / problem
Exposure is performed on MoRe
- Process and functional chemicals / materials
- Good reference test to compare with problem / bad test