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Laboratory study of cellulose in plastic packaging
Industrialists from all sectors, you wish to study cellulose in your plastic packaging?
What is cellulose?
Cellulose is a carbohydrate naturally found in plants, making it the most widely used organic material in the world.
Particularly used in the packaging industry, cellulose has several advantages, including
- Air and heat resistance
Thus, cellulose is a major element in the composition of many matrices such as food film, bags and packaging for all types of products.
Why study cellulose in your plastic packaging?
The characteristics of a material depend on its composition. Indeed, two materials with different cellulose contents will not have the same properties.
Thus, the study of cellulose in your plastic packaging allows you to better know your materials and to understand the different failures you may be confronted with.
Therefore, the support of a laboratory specialised in the analysis of cellulose in plastic packaging is a considerable asset in the marketing of your products.
FILAB supports you in the analysis of cellulose in your plastic packaging
The FILAB laboratory offers you the expertise of its doctors and engineers and its state-of-the-art analytical equipment, and provides you with tailor-made support to study the cellulose in your plastic packaging.
To provide you with reliable analyses and interpretations, FILAB has a complete range of analytical equipment, adapted to all types of packaging materials. These include GCMS or LC-MSMS for the detection, identification and quantification of organic pollution by ICP (AES and MS) or SEM-EDX microscopy, a truly rapid and versatile diagnostic tool.
To go further
- Characterisation of the materials and their properties used for your packaging
- Analysis and determination of the chemical composition of materials.
- Deposit or pollution analysis
- Study of migration phenomena
- Accelerated ageing study
- Assistance in choosing your materials
- Characterisation of container/content interactions
- Analysis of extractables and leachables
The positive aspects of FILAB
A highly qualified team
Responsiveness in responding to and processing requests
A complete analytical park of 2100m²