LONDON, UK – June 19, 2017 – Element Materials Technology’s St. Paul laboratory has gained approval to conduct Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) from three leading Aerospace Primes: GE Aerospace, Lockheed Martin and UTC Aerospace Systems.
These approvals mean that Element St. Paul is now certified to conduct a comprehensive range of NDT testing for these three Aerospace Primes and their supply chain partners. The approvals include testing for Radiography, Liquid Penetrant, and Magnetic Particle.
Rick Sluiters, Element’s Executive Vice President, Aerospace, said: “We are extremely proud to receive NDT approval from these three key aerospace clients. These approvals will enable our clients and manufacturers across their supply chains to benefit from Element’s extensive expertise in this sector.
These certifications add to the laboratory’s already impressive list of approvals, which include the highly demanding accreditation from Nadcap, demonstrating our commitment to deliver ‘The Certainty of Element’ to Aerospace Primes and all of their supply chain partners.’’
Element St. Paul offers a full suite of materials testing services, including mechanical, metallurgical, advanced materials, welding engineering, failure analysis and chemical analysis.
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 2,000 scientists, engineers and technicians work in 61 laboratories located throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. For a complete list of Accreditations & Approvals and more information, please visit www.element.com
Bora Trimcev, Communications Manager, Element Materials Technology, tel: +44 (0) 2035 401 820, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
“These certifications add to the laboratory’s already impressive list of approvals demonstrating our commitment to deliver ‘The Certainty of Element’ to Aerospace Primes and all of their supply chain partners.”