LONDON, UK – June 8, 2016 – Element Materials Technology will showcase its leading aluminum corrosion testing capabilities at this month’s International Conference on Aluminum Alloys (ICAA15) in Chongqing, China. The biennial event brings together industry leaders and academics with a number of aluminum experts to discuss technical advances across sectors including Aerospace and Transportation.
Element’s Engaged Expert Dr. JT Staley will present a paper, “Corrosion of Aluminum Aerospace Alloys,” which will explore current corrosion testing and mitigation techniques, as well as the positive future impact on aluminum Aerospace alloy corrosion from tempering techniques and Al-Li alloy development.
Rick Sluiters, Element’s Executive Vice President, Aerospace, comments: “ICAA15 is a renowned forum for manufacturers and supply chain partners to come together with academic researchers to share findings from a range of aluminum applications. The attendance of Dr. Staley at this event demonstrates our ongoing commitment to becoming the most trusted testing partner within these sectors. We are working continually to advance the use of new and innovative alloys, while implementing increasingly complex test methods that deliver greater efficiencies in project completion times and drive higher quality standards.”
Several of Element’s leading materials testing locations already deliver critical capabilities in aluminum testing for numerous Aerospace applications, and are well positioned to support these new advances. ICAA15 will take place on June 12-16 at the Holiday Inn, Chongqing University Town in Chongqing City, China. Element’s Dr. JT Staley will be presenting his paper, “Corrosion of Aluminum Aerospace Alloys,” in Room 2 at 8.10 am on Thursday June 16.
Element is a company with a global presence; its laboratories are staffed by experts specializing in materials testing, product qualification testing and failure analysis for the Aerospace, Oil & Gas and Transportation and Industrials sectors. Element’s team of over 1,800 scientists, engineers and technicians work in 52 laboratories located throughout the U.S. and Europe. For a complete list of Accreditations & Approvals and more information, please visit www.element.com.
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“We are working continually to advance the use of new and innovative alloys, while implementing increasingly complex test methods that deliver greater efficiencies in project completion times and drive higher quality standards.”