If you find foreign objects in the process and are interested in identifying such unidentified contaminant/material, iST is at your service to conduct a qualitative analysis. Such service covers tests of both inorganic and organic materials, which are described below.
Analysis of Inorganic Element
This analysis deals with inorganic such as metal elements, acid ions, and halogen ions through conducting both qualitative and quantitative analysis by ICP-OES. The ICP spectroscopy is a spectral analysis with ICP as the source of light emission. ICP-OES stands for Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry. Given its good detection limit and analysis precision, low base interference, and wide dynamic linear range superior to Atomic absorption spectrometry (AA), and easy sample preparation, ICP-OES is broadly utilized in areas of geology, metallurgy, machine manufacturing, environmental protection, and biological medicine.
Analysis of Organic Compounds
The analysis focuses on the compounds with bonding of carbon (C), hydrogen (H), and oxygen (O) such as PP, PS, and PV. Details are described below:
Infrared Spectrometry (IR), also called Infrared Absorption Spectrometry is an analysis that identifies compounds with qualitative analysis through study of the absorption of infrared by constituent molecules in tested materials.
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (FTIR), on the other hand, generates the infrared spectroscopy of the tested sample by taking Fourier transform of the photocurrent generated in the sample by infrared. The spectroscopy is used to identify the photoelectric and biological properties of the sample in response to infrared. FTIR has the features of: (1) high resolution, with wave number as precise as down to 0.125cm-1；(2) broad spectral range: 4000-400cm- 1
Analysis of plastic and rubber (Ex. Printer roller material)
Determination of additives
Analysis of polymers
Clarification of foreign objects
Contamination on Pin/Chip
Analysis of contamination on Connector or other electronic materials
Analysis of micro-pollution and unidentified contaminants
The Superiority of iST
||ISO 17025 Certification for chemical analysis of electronic, electric materials, devices, and plastics. |
||Chemistry lab qualified by CNAS. |
||Introduced GLP and participated in chemical lab capability comparison with IRMM and APLAC in EU and Bureau of Standards, Metrology, and Inspections. |
||Established channels of communication with IRMM, TAC, IEC, ERA in England and NIST in the US; also regularly attend relevant international conferences to acquire the most recent and correct information. |
||Integrating physical and chemical inspection techniques and equipment; strengthening techniques for preparation, inspection and analysis of sample materials. |
||Unidentified Contaminant/Material Testing |