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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 treatment leads to lead-free perovskite solar cells May 25, 2020
    This illustration shows the changes in the structure of FASnI3:PEACl films during treatment at different temperatures. Image: HZB/Meng Li.Among new materials for solar cells, halide perovskites are considered particularly promising. Within a few years, the efficiency of perovskite solar cells has risen from just a few percent to over 25%. Unfortunately, the best perovskite solar […]
  • New curing method produces polymer-based radiation shielding May 25, 2020
    "We are excited about finding a novel radiation shielding material that works this well, is this light and can be manufactured this quickly."Ge Yang, North Carolina State UniversityA new study from researchers at North Carolina (NC) State University suggests that a material consisting of a polymer compound embedded with bismuth trioxide particles holds tremendous potential […]
  • Liquid metal structures that regains their shape on heating May 21, 2020
    It demonstrates that liquid metals can be used for structural applications with multiple interesting functionalitiesPu ZhangResearchers at the State University of New York at Binghamton have produced the first ever liquid metal lattice to help develop prototypes that can regain their shape after being heated to melting point, such as web-like mesh antennas, honeycombs and […]
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