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ACE Products and Consulting provides physical testing that complies to industry standards, offering reliable and repeatable results.
ACE boasts an expansive lineup of physical test tools and exposure options such as rheometry, advanced physicals, ozone aging, fluid aging, environmental simulation, and much more.
As an ANAB ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratory, ACE performs regular equipment calibrations and procedure validations to produce reliable results.
ACE is committed to growing with customers as a way to continue adding value to their organizations. This commitment includes consistent expansion of physical test capabilities and a continued focus on providing industry-leading turnaround times.
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Our experienced staff performs tests using industry standard processes to guarantee consistent test results.
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This test is used to analyze rubber and polymeric systems using time, temperature, frequency and stress in a variety of combinations to obtain viscous and elastic properties of test specimens.
Flex fatigue helps characterize a material’s ability to withstand cyclical stresses and strains.
Adhesion testing can be utilized to characterize the strength of bonds between materials, coatings, and adhesives.
The test method detailed in this standard evaluates the tensile properties of thermoplastic elastomers and vulcanized thermoset rubbers.
This test method is used to evaluate the tear strength of common vulcanized rubbers and thermoplastic elastomers.
Used to identify specific rubber polymers that are present in a rubber product.
This practice covers a list of standard temperatures from which selection may be made for any specific test or test method.
This test method is used to measure viscoelastic properties of raw rubber as well as un-vulcanized rubber compounds.
This test method measures the percentage resilience of a rubber compound.
This test method determines the vulcanization characteristics of rubber compounds, using an oscillating disk cure meter.
These test methods describe the procedures for determining the physical properties of O-rings and changes in these properties due to aging.
The test methods in this standard measures Mooney Viscosity, the shearing torque resisting rotation of a cylindrical metal disk (or rotor) embedded in rubber within a cylindrical cavity.
This test method is used to determine the vulcanization characteristics of (vulcanizable) rubber compounds.
The accelerated aging test method evaluates the changes in physical properties of vulcanized rubber when exposed to elevated temperatures.
Hardness is measured when a force is applied to the sample using an indentor and under specific conditions.
This standard is used to evaluate how vulcanized rubber products, or other products coated with vulcanized rubber, respond to the exposure of liquids (i.e. oils, greases, fuels, etc.) for a continuous or intermittent period of time during use.
This specification covers flexible cellular rubber products known as sponge rubber and expanded rubber.
This test method is designed to differentiate the flame propagation characteristics of dense or cellular elastomeric compounds used in gaskets, setting blocks, shims, or spacers.
It is important to both understand the way electrical charge moves through a material as well as across the material surfaces to ensure a safe and effective end application.
The ability to compress elastomeric materials is often vital to application, with it being important to understand both static and dynamic compressive behavior.
Whether it be for specification compliance or finished material application, both temperature retraction and brittleness point can help characterize a material’s low temperature properties.
Accelerated ozone aging helps characterize a material’s vulnerability to cracking in applications where exposure to ozone gas is likely.
Abrasion testing is a great predictive tool that can be utilized to determine the wear characteristics of materials and potential impacts to overall performance in end application.
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