Synergy Environmental Lab specializes in setting up customized testing procedures for industry. In the past 12 years this area of the lab has grown dramatically as many companies realize the economic advantages of outsourcing their testing needs.
Synergy’s chemists have the experience necessary to provide the data you need. Our team has worked on a wide range of projects from simple solvent identifications to highly confidential product formulations and developments.
We take pride in the quality of our results and tackle each project with the professional courtesy you deserve. When you call Synergy at 920-830-2455, you will get a free consultation from an experienced chemist.
Our team will review your information and provide direction on what we think are your best testing options.
Do you already know what type of testing you need?
If you already know what your testing needs are but wish to outsource please call us. We utilize a wide range of instruments and techniques such as Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectroscopy, Spectrophotometry, Colorimetric, and Gravimetric Analysis. We strive to help customers out when “in house” testing is not practical. “Let our chemists do it for you”
Do you know what type of testing you need, but are unsure of available testing methods or protocols?
Often times a customer knows what they need (for example ethanol concentration in a liquid phase) but they need advice on what method to ask for or which technique will give the best results. Synergy’s chemists have the experience to help decide on the best option for you.
Are you uncertain of what to test for or how to test for it?
Many of our customers are not chemists or lack the scientific experience to determine what they need to test for and their situation may require a unique or complex testing protocol. Our chemists are standing by to help design a testing procedure that will give you the data you need.
Here is a recent testimonial from one of our many satisfied customers:
“My company had an unusual situation where a customer was concerned about pesticide contamination of labels. We needed to demonstrate the absence of pesticide in these labels for them to accept the material, and we needed to do it fast.