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Management System Consultants forAlloys and Metals Industry

Alloys and metals are the foundation to high quality products, down to the raw materials and minerals. From production, to distribution, to forging and welding, we help organizations at every step in the alloys and metals supply chain improve operations and reduce risks.  Our management system consultants have the expertise to help your organization comply with stringent codes, standards and regulations.

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Our consultants have an average of over 25 years of real business experience to address the robust needs of our clients in the alloys and metals industry. We combine a thorough understanding of your needs and our specialized experience, to develop customized solutions that achieve real results.


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  • New study gives oxygen to novel bifunctional catalyst 10/18/2021
    A schematic of a URFC with the highly active and highly stable bifunctional oxygen electrocatalyst with low bifunctionality. Image: Vijay Ramani/Washington University in St. Louis.A single device that can use electricity to generate fuel and oxygen from water and, when a switch is flipped, convert that fuel and oxygen back into electricity and water could […]
  • Metals recycled from electronic waste in a flash 10/15/2021
    Metals settle at the bottom of a vial after being separated from other components in a crushed circuit board through flash Joule heating. Photo: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University.In what should be a win-win-win for the environment, a process developed by researchers at Rice University to extract valuable metals from electronic waste would also use up to […]
  • Complex landscape of electronic states discovered in kagome lattice 10/14/2021
    This topological metal becomes superconducting at low temperature, which is a very rare occurrence of superconductivity in a kagome material.Ilija Zeljkovic, Boston CollegeResearchers have discovered a complex landscape of electronic states that can co-exist on a kagome lattice, resembling those in high-temperature superconductors. Led by a team of physicists from Boston College, the researchers report […]

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