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Developing new products in the industrial world is a long and expensive process. In order to keep up in a competitive market, entrepreneur needs to carefully study the products on the market, disassemble them, and analyze the failed trials. Multiple layer film materials are produced by coating one or more layers of materials (with different properties) on a layer of material with a micro/nanometer-scale thickness, and finally forming a multi-layered film. Due to the different electrical, magnetic, chemical properties of each layer, the multiple layer films in general have some superior characteristics. At present, many countries pay attention to multiple layer material that has been widely used in many industries including packaging, printing, electronics, healthcare, pharmaceutical, etc. These films help prevent exposure to oxygen, ultraviolet illumination, corrosion and other damaging factors. It is a complex and expensive process to design and manufacture multiple layer films that can improve product quality.
High temperature technology plays an important role in many industries such as primary metal and nonmetal production, material processing, chemical engineering, transportation and power generation. The high temperature engineered products offer significant retention of physical properties, dimensional stability, and excellent electrical characteristics available at temperatures above 300°F (150°C). High temperature engineered materials include refractory materials, heat-resistant materials, inorganic compounds and high-molecular polymer materials.
Deformulation is an analytical approach to reducing production time, improving product quality, and diagnosing failure causes. With the help of the deformulation, it is possible to explore a complete quantitative determination of all components or a semi-quantitative identification of major and minor components of engineered materials. Besides the identification of the chemical components, Alfa Chemistry can also propose alternative strategies for product development and study typical components such as binders or filler materials, pigments, dyes, UV stabilizers, dispersants, activators and inhibitors, synergists, wetting agents, etc.
With leading analytical technology and optimized extraction and separation methods, experienced experts at Alfa Chemistry have successfully performed deformulation studies on more than 20 functional components. Our scientists are always ready to help whenever you need us. If you have any problems regarding engineer material deformulation, please contact with us without hesitation.