multi-shot pyrolyzer


Plastics – Rubber – Paints & Coatings – Specialty Chemicals – Automobile – Forensic – Environmental

We have wide range of applications because of which many industries use our system. This  include physical property evaluation of polymer materials used in various advanced scientific fields such as quality control in aircraft and automobile industries, differentiation of rubber, paint, paper in forensic investigations, and identification of environmental pollutants such as microplastics. Most common techniques used in these industries are Evolved Gas Analysis, Thermal Desorption (TD-GCMS) and Flash Pyrolysis (Py-GCMS). Our Main product is Multi-Shot Pyrolyzer which can be operated in different mode to meet different challenges.

Polymer Analysis | Additives Analysis | Microplastics Analysis

We conduct seminars/webinars to share our new technical notes and applications. We participate in national and international conferences to share our latest applications to the scientific community. We will be updating seminar/conference activities in this page.

Seminars and Conferences

Py-GCMS applications for automotive industry webinar
Frontier lab monthly webinar
Trace levels microplastics analysis webinar
A new SPE device for TD-GCMS seminar
Seminar on microplastics
Advanced Analytical technique for polymer analysis
Food Safety seminar of frontier lab

Explore GCMS applications for Petrochemical Analysis/Oil Pollution Analysis

Lecture 1

GCxGC solution for oil spill analysis and environmental forenscis

Speaker: Christina Kelly, Application Chemist, LECO Corporation


Lecture 2

Ramped Pyrolysis GCMS to elucidate composition and structure of oil residues in environment
Speaker Prof Zhanfi Liu


Date: April 6, 2022 (5 PM Singapore Tiem)

Thermal Slicing Ramped Pyrolysis

Frontier Lab Webinar

Frontier Lab in collaboration with SG LAB FORUM is organizing a webinar on Special Topic viz “Environmental Petroleum Oil Pollution”. We have invited Prof Zhanfei Liu from the university of Texas at Austin to share his research findings/experience in this topic.

Date: 23 Mar 2022

Time: 9.30 AM Singapore Time

For details and Registration


Analytical Pyrolysis Symposium

Frontier Lab in collaboration with IIT Madras and ISAS DELHI Chapter, is organizing 2 days Symposium to talk about Recent Developments on Py-GCMS Applications.

Date: 27 and 28, 2022

Time: 1 PM – 5 PM (Indian Time)

Venue: Online

For more details, please see click below.

Agilent Webinar

Analytical Methodology for microplastics using Pyrolysis

Development of Analytical Methodology for Microplastics using Pyrolysis ( Py GC/MS

Agilent invites you to the first webinar of the two
part Microplastics Webinar Series!  Join us for the joint presentation brought to you by Frontier Labs and Agilent for the
Development of Analytical Methodology for Microplastics using Pyrolysis ( Py GC/MS.
Date 29th June 2021
Time: 13.00 Hrs SGT
Speaker: Terry L. Ramus, Ph.D., Frontier Lab, USA


Frontier Lab Webinar

Py-GC/MS system for Microplastics Analysis


Frontier LAB South East Asia invites you to the first webinar of Microplastics !  Join us  to learn more Microplastics classification, importance, Analysis by Py-GCMS and Software. We will be giving software demo during the webinar.
Date 4 October 2021
Time: 13.00 Hrs SGT
Speaker: Terry L. Ramus, Ph.D., Frontier Lab, USA


Microplastics Symposium 2021

Symposium on Environmental Microplastics

Frontier Lab is participating in this symposium with a Gold Sponsorship. Frontier Lab will be presenting solution for Environmental Microplastics Analysis.

International Online Symposium on Environmental Microplastics

It is our pleasure to invite you to our Symposium on Environmental Microplastics which is to be held online from November 10-12, 2021.
Microplastics (MP) have recently been considered as emerging contaminants in the water environment. In the last number of years,  many of Scientific literature reported that Microplastic particles are distributed widely throughout the world’s freshwaters, oceans, and seas, including the water column and sediments reaching as far as the deep sea. However, the practical considerations and protocols for microplastic pollution have not been understood properly regarding their distribution, biotoxicity, sampling, and identification in the aquatic environment. There are many questions remain open. This symposium provides an opportunity to share available knowledge, fill in gaps, identify new questions and research needs, and develop commitments to operationalize solutions; and generate momentum for the work that remains to be done.