About Us

ChemTX Ltd provides a first class analytical service to companies servicing the High Voltage Energy market.

Our analytical testing laboratory, based in the central belt of Scotland, specialises in the analysis of transformer oils and fluids which are used as insulating medium in High Voltage electrical plant.

With Over 20 years experience in the power industry, our motivated and highly trained professional staff are on hand to offer a wealth of experience in the analysis of dielectric fluids, a quick turnaround as well as a personal service tailored to your requirements.

How Can We Help?

At ChemTX we are focused on delivering an industry leading service. This means giving our clients access to the full range of analytical testing required in the high voltage energy sector, a personal contact who manages the process end to end, fast turnarounds and competitive pricing to keep your analysis costs within budget.

If you are on a tight deadline, we offer a “Drop Off” and “Pick Up” as well as “Out of Hours” services. With highly qualified staff you can be guaranteed that we provide reliability and results you can trust.


Transformer Oil Analysis

Lubricating Oil Analysis

Hydraulic oil analysis

Norrie Morrison mrsc

Norrie Morrison is the managing director of ChemTX Ltd, established in 2013.

Norrie has worked within the power industry since 1992 where he started as Laboratory Technician at ScottishPower’s research and development centre in East Kilbride.

In 1999 he moved to Longannet Power Station in Fife to take up the roll of Laboratory Chemist specialising in Transformer oil analysis.

Since the closure of the power plant in 2016, Norrie has been running ChemTX on a full time basis while slowly and successfully growing the business into what it is today.

As director of Scotland’s only independent transformer oil/fluid testing facility, his goal is to provide a first class service to clients while still maintaining that personal touch.

“We want to support our customers in any way we can. We want to be part of their team where we can add value and provide solutions to problems. Laboratory work is about getting to know your customers, their assets and most of all their expectations of you. We are not just a lab that generates results”    (Norrie Morrison)