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Chemical Analysis

Harmful Substance Audits for Consumer Goods and Environmental Media

We carry out all kinds of chemical analyses in our laboratories – be it for clothes, children's toys, plastics or metals, contaminated waste, or any other materials. We take environmental samples and define the harmful substance content of emissions and immisions. If you are looking for a testing institute to certify material or product audits, then our neutral audit services will give you the legal peace of mind you need. Convince your customers, authorities, and business partners of your products' chemical safety.

Benefits at a Glance

Chemical audits of your products carried out at TÜV Rheinland laboratories allows you to:

  • Minimize liability with documented safety standards
  • Gain headway on competition with a neutral audit seal
  • Benefit from short audit times and the extensive know-how of our employees
  • Boost confidence in the quality and safety of your products
  • Document implementation of legal requirements with audit reports and certificates

Auditing procedure

  • Test samples taken on-site or from the product
  • Audit in our DIN EN ISO 17025 accredited laboratories
  • Documentation and evaluation of the results in a comprehensive report
  • Certification

Our Measuring Procedure

Our labs' measurement techniques are regularly updated to conform with current technology standards. This not only guarantees secure detection of all relevant harmful substances, but also offers you improved efficiency in metrological terms with an attractive service portfolio.

Audit Examples

  • Household goods, utensils, games, and textiles
  • Products that have contact with foodstuffs
  • Building material, natural stones, metals, and plastics
  • Environmental testing of water, drinking water, or waste
  • Secondary raw materials
  • Emission and immission tests
  • Ceramic materials
  • Alloys
  • Residual dirt inspection for automotive components
  • Environmental testing of floors, water, and air
  • Analysis to identify and quantify contaminated waste
  • Harmful substances found in buildings such as PCB or VOC