Directory of Suppliers and Consultants

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Metallurgical consultancy: failure investigations, materials selection, materials optimisation, process optimisation, materials conformance and alloy development. Metallurgical services: metallography, fractography, mechanical and physical properties, chemical analysis, non-destructive testing. Specialist expertise: automotive materials, components and processes; particularly powertrain, brakes and suspension. Powder metallurgy, Innovation: novel materials, products and processes. Creative problem solving.

The Institute offers a range of industry-recognised packaging courses and qualifications, including PIABC accredited qualifications as well as training for specific sectors of the packaging industry.

We provide consultancy services, research and development, technology surveys. Life cycle assessments, environmental product declarations, carbon footprinting. All areas concerning sustainability, renewable resources.

Juno Composites design, test, manufacture, & stock a large range of carbon fibre sheet laminates and moulded composite products.

The LMCC provides consultancy and analytical services in four main areas; surface analysis; electron and optical microscopy; x-ray diffraction and thermal analysis. Equipment available includes XPS, AES, SIMS, LIMA„ SEM and TEM (including high resolution FEGSEM and FEGTEM) with EDX analysis, X-Ray diiffraction and a wide range of thermal analysis and micro-thermal analysis/AFM instrumentation. Extensive experience of industrial problems and interpretation is available.

Lucideon, is a leading international provider of materials development, testing and assurance.

M&CT Ltd is an independent company, based in St. Helens in the UK, founded on 40 years experience in the enamel industry. We have BSI accreditation to ISO 9001 standard. We supply both the professional with specialist Vitreous Enamel materials and have some products of general interest.

The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) is a network in materials which brings together the views of all in business, design, research & technology, trade associations, the financial market, academia & others. The KTN & its network groups provide a range of activities & initiatives to enable the exchange of knowledge & the stimulation of business innovation.

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