GIHI Chemicals has gotten an ISO9001 certificate for our fine chemicals and management system, which ensures every fine chemicals' quality meets our customers' demand and our own specification.
During our production process, our QC workers will sample and test the whole process.
The production raw materials we buy from raw material suppliers have very strict testing regulations and rules. Our quality control team only confirms the approval of raw materials before allowing them to be used in our production. This ensures that our final products are of the highest quality right at the source.
There are many categories of fine chemicals, including: 1. Pesticides; 2. Dyes; 3. Coatings (including paints and inks); 4. Pigments; 5. Reagents and high-purity substances; 6. Information chemicals (including photosensitive materials, Magnetic materials and other chemicals that can accept electromagnetic waves); 7. Food and feed additives; 8. Adhesives; 9. Catalysts and various auxiliaries; Chemicals; 11. Functional polymer materials in polymer (including functional films, polarizing materials, etc.).
The so-called fine chemical products (that is, fine chemicals) refer to those chemical products with specific application functions, intensive technology, strong commerciality and high added value of products.
Fine chemicals are generally in small doses, a few milliliters, a few grams, etc., and are suitable for laboratory use with specific application properties, a wide range of synthetic processes, many steps, complex reactions, small output and high output value. Bulk chemicals refer to some products with a wide range of applications, high chemical technology requirements in production, and large output are basically traded products of several tons, so the dosage, production dosage, scope of use, and main performance are the main characteristics of fine chemicals and bulk chemicals.