Welcome To Simba International
Simba International is the reliable Laboratory Chemical manufacturers, suppliers in Pune, India, Kinshasa, DR Congo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Nigeria, Uganda. We are also exporters, dealers of Laboratory Chemicals. We have received various accolades for the quality products and excellent service we provide. Our goal is always 100% customer satisfaction. We focus on building working relationships based on mutual trust.
Our main strength lies in prompt customer service. This is also the reason why we receive repeat orders from our customers. In addition to the test equipment we provide, we also offer quick maintenance. In the event of equipment failure or malfunction, we provide repair services without a contract.
We also provide Laboratory Chemicals, Laboratory reagent, High Purity Laboratory Chemicals in Pune, India, Kinshasa, DR Congo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Nigeria, Uganda. We are also exporters, dealers of Laboratory Chemicals.
Laboratory chemicals refer to all chemicals used in laboratory tests and experiments. Most are standard chemical reagents or simple chemicals that serve as basic building blocks to synthesize more complex chemicals. This can be used for research or diagnostic purposes, such as in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals or in laboratory experiments.
Technically, IUPAC is added to a system to generate a chemical reaction or to check whether a reaction occurs for analytical purposes such as chemical analysis, physical testing, or chemical reaction testing.
Your lab needs will vary depending on your lab work needs. Also, since laboratories and experimental spaces are commodities, the size/capacity/dimensions of the equipment and its portability are key issues.
One of the main purposes of chemical testing is to determine the quality of materials by determining what they are made of and whether they contain things that should not be present according to relevant standards, requirements or regulations.
1. Composition analysis - Compositional analysis, also known as elemental analysis, can be qualitative (determining which elements are present) and quantitative (determining how much of each element is present). Depending on the material being tested, a method called spectroscopy is often used to determine the chemical composition of the sample and identify impurities that can affect the quality of the material.
2. Detection of trace impurities - Products may become contaminated during the manufacturing process. Contamination can occur in a wide variety of products including chemicals, flexible electronics, cosmetics, food packaging, pharmaceuticals and petroleum products. Chemical testing detects the presence of certain contaminants and manufacturers can use this information to identify and correct the source of the contamination.
3. Metal test - Chemical testing of metals is typically a non-destructive process. However, alloys usually need to be disassembled to determine their exact composition. The results are matched against chemical property databases, allowing the identification of pure, unlabeled base metals.
4. Material testing - Most products are made from a combination of materials, each of which impacts the overall quality and durability of the product and may need to meet various regulatory requirements. Materials testing can therefore be performed on a wide variety of materials including polymers, plastics, metals, ceramics and paper.
5. Regulatory testing - As with any product, there may be regulations in the target market that require the product to be certified to meet consumer protection laws and health and safety standards.