Laboratory analysis of polyurethane

Your needs: Analyze your polyurethane products

What is polyurethane?

Polyurethane is a material that belongs to the large family of polymers and plastics. Polyurethane foam is made from a reaction between two derivatives of petroleum chemistry.

Commonly used as insulating foam, polyurethane is also found in many other products. Sportswear, tires, mattresses, surgical gloves, paints, some automotive parts and adhesives also contain polyurethane.

Why analyze polyurethane?

As previously mentioned, polyurethane is a polymer made from several elements including petroleum derivatives. Thus, it may be necessary to analyze polyurethane to ensure that it is non-toxic.

Moreover, the analysis of polyurethane also allows you to compensate for the failures observed on your products. Indeed, cracks, disintegration, delamination, etc… are failures that can appear on your polyurethane materials.

Thus, the chemical analysis of your polyurethanes by a specialized laboratory is an asset in the optimization of your products.

Our solutions: FILAB accompanies you in the analysis of your polyurethane

With a double competence in chemistry and materials, FILAB Laboratory offers you analysis of your polyurethane-based polymers.

Thanks to an analytical park of 2 100m², (IFTR, HPLC, CI, GCMS, MEB-FEG…), FILAB is able to work on any type of matrix and offers the following services

our services

The positive aspects of FILAB

  • A highly qualified team

  • Responsiveness in responding to and processing requests

  • A complete analytical park of 2100m²

  • Tailor-made support

Thomas GAUTIER Head of Materials Department
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