IMR Test Labs – Lansing Laboratory Achieves A2LA Accreditation for Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer (DMA) Testing on Non-metallics

Paramus, N.J. February 28, 2017 -- Curtiss-Wright’s Surface Technologies (CWST) division announced today that its IMR Ithaca facility has added Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer (DMA) accreditation to their A2LA certification.  IMR purchased the Q800 Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer in 2016, allowing IMR to measure the mechanical properties of non-metallic materials as a function of time, temperature, and frequency.


"We are excited to add DMA accreditation to our A2LA scope, increasing the range of testing services we offer to the non-metallic testing marketplace,” said Don Shuman, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, IMR Test Labs, a Surface Technologies division.  “Our Ithaca location is the center of our non-metallic materials testing growth, driven by the many new and exciting developments occurring with polymer, ceramic and composite materials used in high performance Aerospace and Medical applications.”


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The CWST worldwide network of 72 facilities provides highly engineered surface treatments and technical services for components in Aerospace, Defense, Power Generation, and other demanding Industrial markets. These services include thermal spray, solid film lubricant, corrosion resistant and parylene coatings, shot and laser peening, and analytical testing services.  For more information about Curtiss-Wright’s Surface Technologies division, visit: 
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