HALT/HASS testing is a powerful tool for designers and manufacturers - but using it the right way can be a challenge.
On July 17, join our technical experts for a lunch and learn at our Element Seattle – Bothell 222nd St facility as we discuss the best ways to leverage HALT/HASS testing for your products, explore the benefits and challenges of accelerated programs, and answer your product testing questions.
Why should I attend?
This event is a great opportunity for anyone in product and equipment manufacturing to streamline their testing and certification processes by reducing pre-production cost and time to market.
Attendees will leave with valuable information about HALT/HASS testing programs, along with strategies for improving product design and manufacturing practices.
Highlights of the day will include:
- Technical presentations from our staff
- Tour of our environmental simulation lab
- Q&A with our experts
- Free catered lunch
- Networking with local peers
This event is limited to 10 people, so register today to save your spot.
For more information and to RSVP, please contact Nikki Malcom at +1 425 686 4755 or Nikki.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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