IN-SCREEN PROGRAM


A UNIQUE TEST PROGRAM TO SCREEN INPUT CHEMICALS FOR THE PRESENCE OF 16 PRIORITY CHEMICAL GROUPS.

Based on the concept of “Clean Input = Clean Output”, IN-SCREEN is an endeavor from NimkarTek to provide the industry with a comprehensive, cost-effective and efficient screening program that will flag the presence of any restricted analytes in Textile and Leather input chemicals, before they enter your supply chain.

About IN-SCREEN :

IN-SCREEN is a semi-quantitative analytical program, which is based on direct analysis of 130+ restricted analytes using advanced analytical instrumentation, which is the core of this program.

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Our program will classify your chemical as Class A, Class B or Class C :

  • Class A – Acceptable
  • Class B – Below Level of Concern
  • Class C – Cause of Concern

IN-SCREEN provides reproducible, robust and reliable results.

Costs :

One of the key thoughts in the development of IN-SCREEN was to make the program as cost-effective as possible.

IN-SCREEN is priced at USD 100 per chemical sample.

How Will IN-SCREEN Benefit The Industry?

  • All the Information at a low cost

    Brands, Factories and Chemical Suppliers will be able to screen input chemicals for conformance to the ZDHC MRSL Version 1.1 (16 priority chemical groups) at a low cost.

  • No impurities in wastewater

    Input chemicals if screened will result in reduction of harmful contaminants in wastewater.

  • No impurities in wastewater

    Input chemicals if screened will result in reduction of harmful contaminants in wastewater.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION :

lab@nimkartek.com

Check out our story published inEcoTextile News journal :

NimkarTek published a study which analyzed the contribution of contaminants from commodity chemicals to Textile and Leather wastewater. This study has been published in the EcoTextile News Web page (October 2018). Check out our story Click here

Chemical Groups tested using IN-SCREEN

  • APs and APEOs
  • Banned amines
  • Chlorobenzenes and Chlorotoluenes
  • Organotin compounds
  • Chlorophenols
  • Carcinogenic dyes
  • Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  • Disperse dyes
  • Phthalates
  • Flame Retardants
  • Glycols
  • Heavy Metals
  • Short-Chain Chlorinated Paraffins
  • VOCs
  • PFCs
  • Halogenated Solvents