In our latest video, we run you through our entire chemical solutions service, from the types of blends and packaging materials we offer, to how we ensure the quality and conformance of products. Step behind our factory doors to see how we do things, and learn why we’ve been a leading chemical manufacturer for over 40 years.
High Quality Chemical Solutions
Our chemical solutions service can be tailored to meet your exact needs, whether you want to choose from our extensive range of off-the-shelf products, or have us manufacture an entirely bespoke blend. No matter what you’re looking for, we have the equipment and expertise to manufacture it to the highest quality standards.
One way we do this is through our reliable network of wholesalers and traders, which allows us to source high quality raw materials for your product at the most affordable prices. Our quality-driven processes are also backed by numerous ISO Standards, including:
- ISO 9001 Quality Standard
- ISO 14001 Environmental Standard
- ISO 13485 Standard for Medical Devices
To ensure your product conforms to the strictest quality standards, we also offer accurate product analysis and testing as part of our chemical solutions service. From assays and pH testing to UV/Vis spectrophotometry and specific gravity, all of our blends come with certificates of analysis and conformity so that you can have peace of mind.
Taking a Collaborative Approach
As we explain in the video, we foster collaborative working relationships with all of our clients – because no one knows your product better than you. So that we can serve you as best we can, we go the extra mile to accommodate your specific needs, even if that involves embracing new manufacturing techniques.
Watch our video on chemical solutions today to learn more about what our service can do for you!
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