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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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  • Micro-reactor produces quality nanoparticles February 25, 2020
    (Left) Photograph of carbonized balsa wood heated to 2000 K and the corresponding temperature measurement. (Right) CrMnFeCoNi high entropy alloy (HEA) powder collected in a vial after 6-hour continuous synthesis at lab scale.Large-scale manufacturing of nanoparticles is vital for many applications but maintaining uniform quality is difficult. Now researchers have developed a ‘droplet-to-particle’ technique with […]
  • Fluidized particles are less fatigued by electrocatalysis February 20, 2020
    In fluidized electrocatalysis, catalytic particles work in rotation and are only momentarily electrified when they collide with the electrode, leading to improved fatigue-resistance. Image: Northwestern University.Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a more efficient and stable method for conducting electrocatalytic reactions, which they report in a paper in CCS Chemistry. The method, which involves fluidizing […]
  • Conductive atomic chains inside insulating nanotubes create true nanowires February 19, 2020
    The tellurium nanowires encased in boron nitride nanotubes can be as thin as 2nm and their current-carrying capacity beats other existing semiconductors. Image: University of Texas at Dallas/Qingxiao Wang and Moon Kim.Wearable tech and electronic cloth may be the way of the future, but getting there requires wiring that is strong, flexible and efficient. Such […]
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