Contamination Identification

Eurofins Nanolab Technologies offers its customers the most comprehensive contamination identification solutions available.  Whether you are seeking to speed time-to-market, solve manufacturing problems or ensure regulatory compliance turn to Eurofins. We know how to bring the power of science to every phase of your product lifecycle.

Unexpected surface or near surface contamination can shut down a million dollar manufacturing process so it is invaluable to understand and control any sources of contamination. Extensive characterization time and money is spent identifying contaminants, searching for their sources and also measuring the effectiveness of eliminating costly contaminants. 

Deciding which techniques to use depends on the suspected nature of the contamination which is where experience and knowledge of processes helps solve the problem faster. The answers to the following questions influence which analytical tools to use to analyze the problem.

Contamination Identification

Featured Contamination Identification Techniques

Technical Webinars

Learn how source of particulate matter may include raw materials, manufacturing components, or packaging processes.

Learn the basics of TEM-based EDS and EELS, their respective benefits and limits, and cover a series of application case studies.

Learn how structure and composition analysis of Li-ion batteries materials are critical to understand their performance.

As part of the EAG Laboratory network, Eurofins Nanolab Technologies offers:


Years of Experience


State-of-the-Art Instruments


Clients Worldwide


Global Locations

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