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Chemsultants International receives accreditation to provide calibration

August 16, 2009

The accreditation allows the company to perform force calibration and verification of load cells for a variety of the test instruments.

Chemsultants International was recently awarded accreditation status by A2LA (the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation) to provide on-site calibration services complying with the widely recognized ASTM E4 Standard requirements.

The company is accredited under ISO 17025 to perform force calibration and verification of load cells for a variety of the test instruments manufactured by ChemInstruments Inc., a Chemsultants International company. Fully accredited calibration service is available for the AR-1000 and AR-1500 Adhesion Release testers, the PA-90 and PA-180 Adhesion testers, the HSR-1000 High Speed Release tester, the LT-1000 Loop Tack tester, and the TT-1000 and TT-1100 Tensile Testers. Other test equipment manufactured by ChemInstruments can also be calibrated to the ASTM E4 standard.

The Calibration Services Program will be available beginning September 1 through Chemsultants International’s Mentor, OH, USA facility. Additional information on the services available and costs can be obtained by contacting Joe Mausar.

Chemsultants International is a leader in the research, development and testing of novel polymer-based products and technologies, and serves such markets as aerospace, medical, electronics, tape and label, pharmaceutical, and automotive.

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