Many companies experience an increased demand for quality assurance of products - including identification of foreign material in production environments and products. The increased requirements for quality assurance also apply to the company's subcontractors.
The Danish Technological Institute is accredited by the national accreditation body in Denmark (DANAK) to investigate and identify unknown material. Our analysis services have a quality that is typically approved by the FDA in auditing of production companies.
Efficient and competent advice
At the Danish Technological Institute, we have more than 20 years of experience with this type of research. We examine more than 1000 samples of foreign material each year and have one of Denmark's most well-equipped characterization laboratories. Our specialists can accurately isolate and identify foreign matter, whether they are organic, inorganic or metallic - of course without adding additional pollution.
We offer short delivery times for identification of foreign objects such as particles found in particulates and liquids. In many cases, we can deliver results on the same day we receive your material, making it possible for you to identify the source quickly. We can isolate and identify particles of less than 1/10 of a hair's width.
In addition, we are audited and approved for this type of study by several of the largest pharmaceutical companies in Denmark.
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- Three scanning electron microscopes (SEM-EDX, FIB-SEM) from Zeiss. All SEM microscopes are equipped with facilities for X-ray analysis (X-ray spectroscopy) from Oxford Instruments.
- Infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR)
- X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)
- X-ray microtomography for 3D materials analysis (µCT / microCT)
- X-ray powder diffraction for analysis of crystalline materials (PXRD)
- Gas chromatography combined with mass spectrometry (GC-MS)
How can we assist you?
- Identification of foreign particles and materials
- Extraction of foreign material from vials, powder samples, cleaning cloths and tapes
- Extraction of foreign material from liquids
- Visualization of nano- and microstructures on and beneath surfaces
- Investigate distribution of particle sizes
Contact: Pia Wahlberg, firstname.lastname@example.org, +45 7220 3301