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Cutting edge materials laboratory able to handle diverse range of client requests.
EMSL Analytical, Inc., one of North America's fastest growing testing laboratories provides the most diverse offering of laboratory tests needed by various industries. With 19 PhDs and over 30 laboratory locations from coast to coast EMSL has the expertise to handle the most challenging materials testing needs.
The characterization of materials is the single most important step in understanding the processing-structure-property relationship, which often holds the key to successful problem-solving or product development. The Materials Science Division™ of EMSL Analytical was established to help clients develop solutions to challenges in manufacturing, quality assurance, and research and development.
EMSL offers a wide range of microbiological efficacy tests utilized for manufacturing, metalworking, paints and coatings, nanotechnology, antimicrobial textiles and plastics, biocides and construction materials. The Microbiology Laboratory Division offers a full range of test methodologies, including ASTM methods. In addition, EMSL's Research & Development / Special Projects Division is available for method development.
"EMSL also offers a full range of other Materials Testing, Physical, Chemical and Forensic Laboratory services for companies needing more than just microbiological analysis," stated Joe Frasca, Senior Vice President, Marketing for EMSL Analytical, Inc. "Our Materials Science Division offers real world solutions to complex problems that would otherwise go unsolved. We plan to expand our Materials Science Division once we move into our new 110,000 square foot corporate laboratory in Cinnaminson, NJ later this year."
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