Resolve Laboratories offers a range of laboratory services to test the safety of your goods relative to your industry.

Resolve Laboratories utilises internationally recognised test methods. We enhanced and adapted these for our laboratory so we may deliver accurate, reliable, and consistently high-quality data. All our analytical equipment is qualified and calibrated with full documentation to back it. Our team have extensive experience within the industry coming from a range of backgrounds which include pharmaceuticals, environmental, polymer, and food (including e-liquids).

We are able to coach you in ways that will improve work processes. We will provide you with a variety of results such as increasing shelf life, reducing waste, or increasing efficiency. We offer comprehensive and understandable reports that feature advice and analytical results to help you and your business move forward.

The utmost respect for confidentiality is held by Resolve Laboratories. We will never release any of your information without prior written consent.

Resolve Laboratories has the capabilities to perform research and development for the analysis of difference compounds if required.

Some state-of-the-art analytical techniques that we offer and utilise during investigations are:

GC - Gas chromatography

Capable of analysing any compound that can be forced into the gaseous phase, while separating it from other compounds trough affinity.

HPLC - High Pressure Liquid Chorography

Capable of analysing any compound in the liquid phase, while separating it from other compounds though polarity

MS - Mass spectrometry

Capable of detecting and identifying compounds based upon the way the compound fragments react under duress. The fragmentation profile provides certainty in what we are measuring it really is what we think it is

TD – Thermal Desorption

Capable of trapping volatile compounds on a tube either by active forcing air over the tube or long-term diffusion exposure. Giving us the capability to later release the compounds using heat (thermally desorb) and measure the released compounds in the lab. Great for volatile compounds in either air or soil.

KF – Karl Fisher

Capable of accurately determining the water content in any liquid.

FTIR-ATR - Fourier Transformation Infra-Red, Attenuated Total Reflection

Identifies compounds based on the way infrared light is absorbed and reflected over a range of wavelengths.

Polarimeter

Measures the way polarised light is being rotated due to the effect of a substance. Assists in identifying a substance using this principle

Titration

The established and robust technique to accurately and quantitatively determine the concentration of a compound in a liquid