Why do customers come to ADMET to solve their problems and improve their material testing performance? Customers like NASA, GE, Bridgestone, Exova, Sandia National Labs, John Deere, Dupont, Harvard Medical School, MIT, Incline Therapeutics, Dolco, Boston Scientific, Otterbox, and other substantial government agencies have all turned to ADMET for material testing solutions.

There are five key reasons worth sharing with illustrations from real customers.

First, the five key reasons:

  1. Ease of Use
  2. Configured to your needs
  3. Competitively Priced
  4. Customer Centric
  5. Accuracy

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ADMET has been working with great customers since the late 80s covering all the major sectors.  Take a look at the alphabetically sorted list of some of the brand names we have had the pleasure of doing business with.  We have manufactured Materials Testing Systems for MIT, NASA, Johnson & Johnson, GE, US Steel, Sandia National Laboratories, DuPont and John Deere to name just a few.

Our approach is always the same: get to know the customer, diagnose their issues and assess whether we can improve their performance.  We can’t always help.  However, after nearly 25 years of solving problems in this space across a wide spectrum of industries, we have built an enviable reputation of making customers happy.

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Case Study: Polymers

Triosyn, a subsidiary of Safe Life Corporation, manufactures products using its Triosyn resin, a unique iodine preparation with significant antimicrobial properties. Triosyn engineers were finding that the differences in tensile strengths between substrate layers caused puckers to form between the materials. It was decided that testing of the polymers would need to be done prior to manufacture so that the rollers in the product could be tensioned correctly. What did they do next? Read More

Case Study: Biomedical

The majority of Nerites' work focuses on structural adhesives and coatings for biomedical applications often utilizing synthetic molecules. While these molecules answer concerns related to toxicology and viral transmission, they must still be tested for their strength and durability and all relevant mechanical properties. What did they do next? Read More

Case Study: Automotive

Dexter performs routine tests of daily in-process manufacturing friction welds on axle assemblies using a Reihle electromechanical tensile testing machine. However, Dexter Axle's main line of heavy duty axles, Torflex, uses rubber components that are integral to the product's performance. The question: how do you test these rubber components?  Read More

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