Industrial Cleaning Laboratory Services

Quality Is Not a Task, It Is a Routine

Industrial Cleaning Laboratory Services

The Universal Collection of Laboratories and Development Formulations

From Industrial and household degreasers to the toughest industrial hard surface cleaning solutions, we continue discovering innovative ways to provide our customers with environmentally-friendly and cost-effective products.

The Cleaning Laboratory tests the performance of industrial cleaning products to encourage industries, markets and product formulators to choose and develop safer substitutes. Whether you are a polymer and oilfield company, product formulator or any organization looking for safer cleaning products, DOSAS services can help you.

Take a Tour of the DOSAS Laboratory and Performance Test

Testing the performance of products, if done properly, is an art in addition to science. We do a lot of testing in our laboratories. One of our laboratory testing output is developing new formulations having more efficiency and higher quality than common products available in the market. Rest assured that we will do a thorough test and be satisfied before we put our name on a product.

Contact us today for more information about products, formulations and final cleaning material tests and sample requests and use our solutions.


Testing Abilities of Cleaning Products


      Chemical Analysis Capabilities As Below:

  • Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry (GC-MS)
  • Gas chromatography and flame ionization detection (GC-FID)
  • High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)
  • Liquid chromatography with mass spectroscopy (time of flight LC-MS)
  • Infrared and ultraviolet spectroscopy (FTIR and UV/VIS)
  • Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC)
  • Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA)
  • Rheology testing
  • Particle size distribution analysis
  • Flash point testing

      Formulation Development and Testing Services As Below:

  • Cleaning efficiency measurement
  • Foam height testing
  • Wetting properties measurement
  • Cloud point measurement (CP)
  • Surface tension analysis
  • Product durability after application
  • Raw material performance evaluations
  • Surfactant solubility vs degreasing
  • Critical micelle concentration measurement (CMC)
  • Optimal cleaning temperature evaluations


The Optimal Performance of a Non-ionic Surfactant is Obtained at Just Below the Cloud Point Temperature

One of the most important tests performed on cleaners is measuring the cloud point. The solution containing non-ionic surfactants becomes heterogeneous and separates in the critical range of temperatures. As the temperature approaches the cloud point the non-ionic surfactant becomes increasingly insoluble and readily penetrates the oil phase. Electrolytes weaken the hydrogen bonds by charge shielding and thereby reduce the could point.