The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone’s life and changing the way we do things. As the situation evolves, we’re staying informed and flexible to better react to the changes brought about by the pandemic. Our management team has prepared several contingency plans that are amended as needed.
For many people, working from home is a bonus under normal circumstances. As many of us find ourselves working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, you may find it difficult to adjust.
In moisture analysis, samples are often processed before they’re heated in order to dry evenly, help prevent burns and get correct measurements. Proper sample preparation ensures consistent results, can reduce the chance of errors and ensures the reliability of the tests. Here are some common steps that should be carefully replicated during sample preparation.
Adam Equipment Sustainability Statement 2020: Committed to Creating A Sustainable Workplace Environment
As a global business, Adam Equipment recognises the environmental impact we can have on the planet and the importance of maintaining a sustainable workplace environment. That’s why we’ve taken responsibility to maximise our business processes to ensure our business and employee conduct commits to reducing environmental impact and the promotion of a sustainable planet. Adam Equipment’s main objective is to reduce the impact our products and packaging have on the planet as well as minimising our carbon footprint through improved practices.
In nearly any industry, the quality of the materials used can often mean the difference between success and failure. This can be particularly true for construction, where failure can have serious consequences. The research and development process typically includes a variety of materials testing applications to ensure the final product meets quality and safety standards. Balances and scales play a critical role in the testing of construction materials.
GMP stands for Good Manufacturing Practices. While the name might evoke industrial settings like factories, GMP affects industries like food production, pharmaceutical companies, and medical devices and supplies. In addition to manufacturers, they also concern processors and packagers. The FDA checks companies from relevant industries to make sure they’re GMP compliant.