Methylisothiazolinone Analysis Laboratory (MIT)

Your needs: reliable analysis of methylisothiazolinone (MIT) in your products and formulations

What is methylisothiazolinone?

Methylisothiazolinone (MIT) is a substance used as a preservative in many water-based commercial products (mixtures, formulations) such as detergents, varnishes and paints, but also cosmetics (where methylisothiazolinone (MIT) is used as a preservative, as can also be the parabens)

How to analyze methylisothiazolinone?

Methylisothiazolinone can be analyzed quantitatively by liquid chromatography coupled with a UV or diode array detector, or, if necessary for the analysis of traces of methylisothiazolinone, by mass spectrometry (LC-MS or LC-MSMS).

Regular controls allow to avoid production incidents and to be always in line with the evolution of the specifications.

Our methylisothiazolinone analysis services

For more than 30 years, our laboratory FILAB has had the experience and specific analytical equipment to assist industrial companies in the analysis of methylisothiazolinone by LC or HPLC, through a tailor-made analysis service.

The support of an expert laboratory in methylisothiazolinone analysis such as FILAB enables you to better understand the strategic issues and changes in your sector.

The FILAB laboratory assists industrial companies in the search for methylisothiazolinone in products and intermediate substances or mixtures, thanks to its LC-UV, LC-DAD or LC-MSMS equipment.

How to contact us ?

If you wish to call upon our experts for a parabens analysis request, ask for your free quote online here.

For more information about our analysis services, contact us via or call 03 80 52 32 05.

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