New Hampshire Chemical Analysis Case Studies
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Methods used play a large part in achieving the correct measurements and data needed. Just as you may use a putty knife to turn a screw successfully, it doesn't give you pounds of torque required to turn said screw, just that it turns. Methodology in chemical analysis relies upon strict conditions, repeatable and verifiable again and again. The method or procedure is as important to the test environment as the results are. Let NHML apply the proper methods, saving you time and money while delivering the right analysis.
Was the lab's equipment certified? Proper weights and measurements verified? Calibrated for altitude, moisture, temperature, surface roughness? Equipment used during analysis needs to be standardized and verified properly and repeatable anywhere in the world in order to deliver the proper analysis. You may use a putty knife for torque verification but did the methods call for it and was the blade thickness to standard call out for that method? NHML utilizes the proper, calibrated and verifiable equipment in order to deliver the right analysis you requested. Using the right tools for the right job saves you time and money with peace of mind knowing the job was accurate or, as we call it, the NHML Way.
Type of polymer used? Standard ingredient for that polymer or loaded with contaminants? Identification of the chemical composition of the material is crucial in determining which tests to apply, what equipment to use and what things need to be looked for. A little extra mica in the mix means a potential batch of failed products in the field. Too much release agent applied to the surface of the product will react differently under varying environments. Are you positive these will not have an adverse affect on your products? Identifying the material, selecting the proper methods and using the proper equipment, New Hampshire Materials Laboratory's expert team delivers more than results. We deliver time and savings to your organization through proper identification, methods, equipment and expert analysis.
Snaps at 20 foot pounds or 19.8 foot pounds? That could mean the difference between life or death. Knowing the mechanical properties of your materials, even though they may not be used in life threatening situations, is important to understanding their capabilities. All polymers are engineered products and have definite properties. Knowing if a material meets or exceeds the application for which it was used will save you time, money and possibly litigation. Sometimes defined as failure testing, understanding the mechanical limitations of your product will help every area of current and future development. Many procedures for mechanical testing are well-tested, used and regarded as absolute. NHML is also capable of devising documentable testing based on a desired result or final outcome. We often receive requests for nonstandard analysis of property limitations and we always deliver superior, documentable and repeatable results. Call today.