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NJ Micro Electronic Testing, NJ, Announces Tensile Testing Services
Joseph Federico, VP of NJ Micro Electronic Testing, NJ, Announced Expansion of Its Laboratory Testing Services to Include Tensile Testing
“Our objective is to provide our world recognized testing program and full service technical support to accommodate these various tensile and elongation tests for non woven as well as woven material, papers, and laminates in accordance with current ASTM and PSTC standards.” said Joseph Federico Vice President of NJ Micro Electronic Testing located in Clifton, NJ.
Tensile testing, also known as tension testing, is a fundamental materials science test in which a sample is subjected to uniaxial tension until failure. These test results are often used for quality control, to select a material for use in an application and to predict how a material will react under various types of forces. Properties measured via a tensile test are ultimate tensile strength, maximum elongation and reduction in area.
For additional information on tensile testing or any of NJ Micro's Testing and Engineering Consultation services, please call Joseph Federico at NJ Micro Electronic Testing Clifton, NJ at (973) 546-5393.
NJ Micro Electronic Testing provides professional electronic component testing to the Commercial, Military, Aerospace, Industrial and Automotive fields worldwide. Its state of the art Mission Imposter® Counterfeit Detection Process identifies counterfeit or cloned products. NJ Micro Electronic Testing also provides standards-based testing of Textiles, Fabric, Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals. For more information, see the NJ Micro Electronic Testing Pressroom at http://pressroom.prlog.org/
For more information about Joseph Federico see http://www.josephfederico.biz.
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Clifton, New Jersey based NJ Micro Electronic Testing provides a wide and diversified range of laboratory test and management services. NJ Micro Electronic Testing is equipped and staffed to be a single source provider for all testing needs.