Chemical-analytical testing

Testing areas

Analysis examples

  • Qualitative analyses

  • Quantitative analyses

  • Testing for REACH / POP candidate substances

  • Testing for SVHC-substances

  • Testing for parameters of common textile certificates, such as:

  • GOTS 6.0*

  • Oeko-Tex®*

  • Detox*

  • Testing for for customer-defined, specific limit values

  • Trace analysis using instrumental analytics

In the field of the analytics, CTL® GmbH uses a range of high-precision measuring instruments to detect a wide variety of elements that are banned in respective products. Through our analyses, manufacturers and importers know whether the prescribed limits are complied with, and the respective products are marketable.

You can rely on our in-depth knowledge and many years of experience in this field.

Our instrumental analytics equipment pool:

  • Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES)

  • Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)

  • High Performance Liquid Chromatograph (HPLC-DAD)

  • Photometer

*  Not certified

Testing examples

  • Fibre analyses

  • Coating analyses

  • Analyses of harmful substances or pollutants

  • Dyestuff analyses

  • Analyses of textile equipment and finishing

  • Detection and quantification of metals

  • Multiple extraction techniques

  • Colour fastness

  • Fault and damage evaluation

  • REACH – Testing and Consulting:

  • Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and Chlorophenols

  • pH-value

  • Chlorinated Organic Carriers (COC)

  • Metals

  • Organostannic compounds (tin-organic)

  • Softeners/ Phthalates

  • Flame retardants

  • Aromatic amines (MAK)

  • Customised tests

Any questions?

Veit Houben
Head of analytics

Selected Services

Discover some of our key testing solutions in the field of analytics. Contact us for a full list of services or to discuss your specific testing requirements.


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