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Company needs materials laboratory for Failure Analysis Testing of welded seam strength in air supported structures made out PVDF 28oz vinyl fabric. The seams of the fabric are RF welded together to create the structure and we have been having some issues with our seam strength lately
UL, ETL, or NRTL recognized laboratory needed for certification testing of Domestic Storage Water Heaters (3 models) for export in US & Canada market to IEC 60335-2-21 standard. Models have difference is in the water tank capacity and rated wattage of the heating element. The water heaters are supplied at 220Vac, 60Hz supply, single phase, 2kW & 3kW.
Laboratory needed for Deep Freezer and Ice Lined Refrigerator Testing to WHO / PQS standards:
WHO/PQS/E03/FZ01-VP.2, Refrigerators and freezers for storing vaccines and freezing water-packs for Deep Freezers &
WHO/PQS/E03/RF03-VP.2 for Ice Lined Refrigerator
USA Laboratory needed for smoke testing of lamiar flow hoods to of pump hardware that need to be aerodynamic such that it does not create dead spots in a laminar flow hood. We need to tests whether it create dead spots in the laminar flow hood. This is determined using a smoke test.