ACE Products and Consulting Accredited Lab Expands Capabilities
Ravenna OH, September 19, 2018 – ACE Products and Consulting, an accredited, independent testing and R&D laboratory, announced the expansion of its laboratory equipment and testing capabilities. Those include ICP-MS (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry) for California Proposition 65 testing, XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence) for RoHS compliance testing, TR-10 (Temperature Retraction) for brittleness testing and SEM-MMT X-Factor 150 (Scanning Electron Microscope) for qualitative, quantitative, and thickness analysis of materials. Erick Sharp, president and CEO made the announcement.
“We believe our customers and the industry deserve excellence in laboratory testing and R&D capabilities,” said Sharp. “Now, with our fully accredited laboratory, outstanding technical staff, innovative processes and procedures and ongoing addition of equipment and capabilities, customers are assured that their testing and laboratory needs are delivered in a timely and professional manner.”
ACE Products and Consulting has been steadily growing to meet and exceed the needs of its customers and the industry. Hiring highly skilled professionals, addressing long-standing industry concerns and bringing fresh and innovative solutions to its testing and laboratory are making ACE a standout in its category.
“Our on-going laboratory expansion and focus on delivering exceptional quality demonstrate ACE’s commitment to customers,” said Doug Hartley, vice president sales and marketing. “We want raw material suppliers and customers who mix and develop compounds as well as parts manufacturers, to know that we are here to deliver outstanding quality and confidence for their project needs.”
The team at ACE recently participated in industry events including The Los Angeles Rubber Group, Inc. (TLARGI) and the ACS Rubber Division Show in Louisville, KY. ACE is an active member of the ANAB, ACS, ANAB, and ASTM.
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