Chemir, A Division of Evans Analytical Group, solves difficult problems that require independent analytical investigations, such as deformulation (reverse engineering),chemical analysis,custom synthesis, materials testing,identification of unknowns, product failure analysis and contaminant identification.
Our Ph.D. chemists supervise state-of-the-art analytical testing and chemical analysis for pharmaceuticals, medical devices, food and beverage products, industrial chemicals, coatings, plastics, polymers and other consumer and industrial products.
Chemir tests plastics and polymers to investigate difficult problems. We have investigated a wide range of polymeric materials including thermplastics, thermosets, elastomers, specialty polymers, composites, adhesives, & sealants.
As an independent testing lab, our facility is ISO 9001 certified, cGMP compliant, FDA registered and DEA licensed. We also offer litigation support services for intellectual property and patent disupute cases.
Our Forensic Laboratory – A Solution That Works for You At Analytical Forensic Associates we offer analytical services for fire investigation support including Ignitable Liquid Residue Analysis, Vegetable Oil Residue Analysis, Wear Analysis of Vehicle Fluids (Engine Oil and Transmission...
Pie Forensic Consultants provides forensic engineering and consulting services including: accident reconstruction, structural, civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering, fire origin and cause investigations, product liability, laboratory services, water intrusion damage, engineering...
Chemir Analytical Services is the industry leader in the deformulation of products and materials. Also known as reverse engineering, deformulation is the separation, identification and quantitation of ingredients in a formulation. Our experienced chemists have performed deformulations on... Read more
Materials identification can be used to determine the components of an unknown material, confirm the identity of a suspect material, or to identify differences in similar materials. An unknown material is often the underlying cause of many difficult problems. The goal of material testing is to... Read more
When an unknown material is found in a product, manufacturers need to know the source of contamination. Contaminant testing projects involve the determination of components at low concentrations (e.g. ppm levels). A strategic technical approach is required to identify the unknown contaminant... Read more