Forsknings- och utvecklingsingenjörContact Jessica
Processes and products are often contaminated for various reasons, leading to operational issues that create economic and environmental consequences, as well as potential customer complaints. RISE's extensive expertise and equipment can assist you with identification, troubleshooting, and solutions for nearly all materials and surfaces.
Do you encounter issues with deposits or stains in your process? Do you want to know the fiber composition of a specific product? These are some of the questions that Trouble Shooting addresses. Leveraging our extensive expertise, sophisticated instruments, and comprehensive databases, we can provide information about the composition and origin of contaminants.
Often, we need to utilize several of the techniques below to solve a problem since issues are often complex. The most common types of samples are pulp, paper, and cardboard. We also examine debris, spots, rubber sheets, printed final products, solutions, encrustations, and metal surfaces. Contact us, and let's discuss the problem-solving process together.
We employ a variety of methods to investigate and solve problems. Below are some of the most common methods we utilize:
- Light Microscopy: A technique that uses visible light to magnify and study small objects or materials. It is particularly useful for observing surface morphology and structures at low magnification.
- Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM): An advanced microscopy technique that uses an electron beam to image surfaces at extremely high resolution. It allows for the observation of details at the nanometer scale and provides information about the structure and morphology of materials.
- FT-IR Spectroscopy: A technique used to analyze chemical compounds based on their absorption of infrared light. It provides information about molecular bonds and serves as a fingerprint to identify different substances.
- Gas Chromatography (GC): A method for separating and analyzing the components of a gas mixture. It is often used to quantify and identify chemical compounds in a sample solution.
- Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry (ICP): A technique for determining element concentrations in a sample solution by measuring the mass of the charged particles generated when the sample is exposed to a plasma flame.
- Ion Chromatography: A method for separating and analyzing ions in a sample solution. It is primarily used to analyze inorganic and organic ions in water samples or biological fluids.
- Mapping: A process of creating detailed maps or diagrams showing the distribution or occurrence of different substances or properties in a process. It can include topographic maps, chemical maps, or other types of mappings depending on the purpose of the investigation.
RISE has extensive expertise and extensive experience in the aforementioned analysis methods used to explore and understand various materials and substances.
In addition to our expertise in analytical methods, RISE also has a well-developed proficiency in handling and preparing samples, especially industrial fluids and materials. This ensures that our analyses are conducted with high precision and reliability, instilling confidence in our customers regarding the obtained results.
RISE offers a report that includes data in Excel format along with relevant images and diagrams. It is meticulously compiled using standard methods for the conducted analyses. The report also includes an assessment of measurement uncertainty to ensure the reliability of the presented results. All pertinent parameters relevant to the specific analysis are included to provide a comprehensive picture of the situation. Furthermore, detailed comments and explanations are included to provide additional insight and understanding of the presented data.
RISE aims to ensure the highest possible quality and reliability in the presented results, thereby assisting customers and stakeholders in making well-informed decisions based on the provided information.
Troubleshooting Provides You with Solutions to Problems within Processes and Products
Price on tender
The delivery of results is scheduled based on our order backlog and the scope and complexity of your assignment. We strive to ensure that your results are delivered in a timely manner, taking into account the specific requirements and demands of your project. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we work to provide you with the best possible service.
Here are some recommendations for sampling:
Thank you for your cooperation!