Fire Debris Analysis

Trained experts providing comprehensive Fire Debris Analysis to establish the facts.

With more than 40 years experience and more than 30,000 cases, we are here to help you and your investigation.

Fire Debris Analysis

The study of fire debris analysis is crucial to all fire investigations and fire investigators alike. Many methods of analysis are utilized such as gas chromatography and gas chromatography-mass spectrometer.

Contact us today for full support of your situation involving Ignitable liquids, Drug Chemistry, Spontaneous Combustion, Dryer Fires, Soot Damage, Explosives, Vegetable Oil Residue, or Unknown Material Identification, and receive your Free Initial Consultation.

We Provide Facts For Your Origin and Cause Investigations.


Fire Research Forensic Lab
Fire Debris Analysis provides testing, and analyses in support of fire and explosion investigations with an eye toward research that is of benefit to the entire fire investigation community.
Recognized Lab Testing Facilities
The labs on its list may be retained to determine that specific equipment and materials meet consensus-based safety standards.
The Top Causes of Fire
Cooking equipment is the leading cause of home structure fires and home fire injuries. Smoking is the leading cause of civilian home fire deaths. Heating equipment is the second most common cause of home fire fatalities.
Fire Debris Analysis

Comprehensive Report

Free Initial Consultation

Complete Technical Support

NFPA 921 Compliant Sampling Kits

OUR SERVICES

Areas of Expertise

Ignitable Liquids

Fire Residue

Adhesives

Aldehydes

Self Heating

Fire Debris Analysis

ASTM E1412

ASTM E1618

Kitchen Fires

Soot Contamination

Spontaneous Combustion

Residue Mapping

Litigation Support

Unknown Material Identification

ACCREDITATION

ANAB Accredited

Fire Debris, Controlled Substances, Paints, Fibers, Textiles, Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and General Chemical Testing.

TxFSC Certified

Texas Forensic Science Commission certified Technicians, Analysts, and Laboratory.