Confidence in materials protection starts here. Join us at Booth #1423 at the AMPP Conference + Expo from March 19-23, 2023 to network and problem-solve with our top materials testing subject matter experts.
About the eventThe AMPP Annual Conference + Expo brings together customers, partners and thought leaders from around the globe for dynamic programming and workshops on the industry's latest advances. Attendees can learn about methods for corrosion identification, combating corrosion, or preventing corrosion problems, and explore surface preparation, application, coating formulation, testing, inspection, and green solutions for coatings.
Visit us at AMPP to speak directly with our experts about your toughest challenges. Whether testing to a specific standard or developing a custom program, we provide accurate, actionable results that empower you to advance your project with confidence. We deliver on-time, every time, no matter how large your batch size.
Element is the leading global provider of advanced materials evaluation and testing services to the global aerospace, energy, automotive, fire and building sectors. Our global network of laboratories provide physical, thermal, and mechanical testing for a range of constituent materials, coatings, insulation & corrosion.
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