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Avomeen Hires New Head of Quality Assurance

Mar 7 2019

Carla Totton brings 10 years of pharmaceutical experience to her new position Avomeen Analytical Services recently announced Carla Totton as the new leader of its Quality Assurance Unit. In this position, she is responsible for developing, coordinating, implementing and monitoring the quality management system for all of Avomeen’s DEA, FDA and ISO 17025 compliant operations…


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How Deformulation Aids Small-to-Large Companies

Feb 6 2019

Deformulation is a reverse engineering process that separates, identifies, and quantifies the ingredients in a product. During the deformulation process, specialty chemical analysis labs attempt to identify and quantify the ingredients and chemical composition of a complex mixture. Deformulation analysis can be valuable to a wide range of customers, from an individual or small business…


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How Product Manufacturers Stay on Top of Their Competition

Feb 6 2019

You see it every day: select companies winning over other companies that sell similar products. Some attribute the success of individual companies in a huge market to effective advertising campaigns while others attribute it to quality products.  However, to become a winning company you don’t just need one or the other.  You need both.  But,…


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Failure Analysis Can Help Prevent Sickness and Injuries

Feb 6 2019

A History of Inspection Failure analysis is crucial in determining the safety, reliability, and performance of products and helps prevent costly damages and recurring problems associated with poorly designed products and machines. ASM International, a professional organization for materials scientists and engineers, published a guide on failure analysis explaining the importance of conducting technical product…


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Advantages of Chip Resistance Testing for Coatings

Feb 6 2019

Even when top quality ingredients are used to create coatings, such as paints, finishes, and protective coatings, there is still a risk of receiving customer complaints from product failure. One such complaint is a product failure from chipping which inhibits the product from performing the intended function. Instruments such as a Gravelometer can evaluate the…


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Why Use Custom Formulation for Your Paint Products?

Feb 6 2019

Whether your company sells paint or other coating products for commercial or industrial use, it can be challenging to stand out in the market. While several large multinational producers dominate the field, there are also many smaller regional manufacturers who must carve out a niche for themselves in order to succeed. Since the market is…


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Quality Control Diagnostic Tools Are the First Step Toward Consumer Diagnostics

Feb 6 2019

A diagnostic device that uses bio-optic smell sensors to aid in quality control (QC) procedures for food manufacturers may well be able to rival the human nose for smell analysis in the coming future. Aryballe Technologies, a French company, undertook the research and development for the product which has exceeded initial expectations. The bio-sensors that…


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New Advances in Polymer Production

Feb 6 2019

Manufacturers of just about everything complex or mechanical in the world use polymers of some type. Automakers such as, General Motors and Toyota and airplane manufacturers such as, Airbus and Boeing require durable, lightweight, and heat-resistant components that can stand up to high velocity and wind resistance. The tolerances on these polymers are extremely low,…


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What Chemicals Should Be Avoided in Cleaning Products?

Feb 6 2019

  It’s easy to overlook danger to humans when selecting chemicals to include in cleaning solutions. Manufacturers and developers become more concerned about the ability of their products to clean than how they affect consumers’ skin, sensory organs, internal organs, and biological systems. There are potentially harmful toxic chemicals inside many common cleaning products. It’s…


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What Chemicals Should Be Avoided in Cleaning Products?

Feb 6 2019

It’s easy to overlook danger to humans when selecting chemicals to include in cleaning solutions. Manufacturers and developers become more concerned about the ability of their products to clean than how they affect consumers’ skin, sensory organs, internal organs, and biological systems. There are potentially harmful toxic chemicals inside many common cleaning products. It’s possible…


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