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Stress Engineering Services Polymer Laboratory Awarded ISO 17025 Accreditation

SES Polymer LaboratoryMASON, OH (September 18, 2017) – Stress Engineering Services, Inc. (SES), the global leader in consulting engineering and testing services, is pleased to announce that its polymer laboratory located in Mason, Ohio has been awarded ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation from the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) for demonstrating technical competence in the field of testing. The scope of this accreditation encompasses a wide range of testing specifications, standards, methods, and techniques. View the Scope of Accreditation for a complete listing of the accredited methods and the certificate of accreditation.

ISO 17025:2005 is an internationally recognized standard that specifies the quality management and technical requirements laboratories must meet to demonstrate technical competence and adherence to strict quality measures for testing, data reporting, and process control in the laboratory.

“Receiving ISO 17025 accreditation for our polymer laboratory is the first step in achieving one of our strategic objectives of positioning all of our laboratory operations as the preferred resources for our clients,” says Clint Haynes, Vice President and Managing Principal at the SES Mason, Ohio facility.

“This accreditation, which was definitely a team effort, highlights our technical excellence and commitment to customer expectations for the highest quality results. I am grateful to all of my colleagues who contributed to making this happen,” states Amanda Stuckenberg, SES Quality Manager.

SES provides extensive engineering and analysis capabilities that expand across a wide range of materials, industries, and markets. SES engineers, who are equipped with state-of-the-art testing laboratories and specialized tools, utilize their vast testing knowledge and experience to solve complex problems.

To learn more about the full range of services available from the SES Polymer Laboratory, visit: http://www.stress.com/capabilities/materials-engineering/polymer-elastomers-composites/.