Experienced in Mechanical, Chemical, Metallurgical, And Corrosion Testing
Tensile Testing attended the Fastener Fair April 11 & 12 in Cleveland. This was the first time for the show and as an exhibitor we were pleased to participate.
There were 2,000 registrants consisting of professionals from the entire supply chain with over 250 exhibitors from 20 countries that represented a variety of industries like distribution, automotive, aerospace, energy, civil engineering, and construction.
Tensile Testing offers common Fastener Tests on Bolts, Nuts, Washers, etc.:
To demonstrate their continued commitment to quality, Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory (TTML) announces that they have been successful in achieving continued Nadcap accreditation for Materials Testing extending to April 30, 2020.
"It was a long five-day audit process and I am proud of the performance of all of our departments that played a role in the audit" said Quality Manager Alex Manuk.
The aim of the Nadcap program is to assess process capability for compliance to industry standards and customer requirements. By achieving Nadcap accreditation, TTML has demonstrated their compliance.
"Compliance via Nadcap accreditation is a milestone in demonstrating manufacturing excellence." said Joe Pinto, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at the Performance Review Institute. "By obtaining Nadcap in Materials Testing, TTML have proved to the industry that they are committed to quality and aerospace safety."
TTML has been continuously Nadcap accredited for Materials Testing since 2003. This accreditation covers the laboratory's wide scope of destructive testing services that are required by the aerospace and defense industries to support material development, material selection, and manufacturing.
It is our pleasure to announce that effective Wednesday, july 5, Alex Manuk has been promoted to the role of Quality Assurance Manager for Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory.
Alex joined TTML in March of 2017 in the role of Deputy Quality Assurance Manager. In his over 35 years of work experience, Alex has held var1ous positions in Quality Control I Inspection, Purchasing. Information Technology, Manufacturing Process Planning, and most recently served as Quality Assurance Manager of a TTML customer and supplier to the commercial nuclear industry.
In his new role, Alex will be responsible for the overall planning, management, and coordination of TTML's Quality Assurance System to ensure that we continue to meet the stringent requirements of our customers and accreditation bodies . Please join us in congratulating Alex on his promotion to QA Manager.
Effective Wednesday, July 5, Jim Rauckhorst will assume the role of Analytical Lab Manager for Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory.
Jim joined TTML in October of 2008 as a metallurgist. Since that time, he has been involved in a number of areas, including metallurgy, order review, and most recently as Quality Assurance Manager. Jim's many years of experience in the manufacturing sector, as well as his time here at TTML, will be quite valuable as he transitions to this new area of responsibility.
In his new role, Jim will be charged with the oversight and supervision of the Analytical Laboratory, both Chemical and Metallurgical analysis. He will also serve as Deputy QA Manager, assisting where necessary in the Quality Department. TTML is fortunate to have an individual with Jim's talent and experience to fulfil! this important function. Please join us in congratulating Jim, in his new position.
Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory (TTML) successfully completed the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 assessment and obtained the updated Scope of Accreditation from American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) which is extended to May 31, 2019.
Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory (TTML) successfully completed the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 assessment and obtained the updated Scope of Accreditation from American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) which is extended to May 31, 2017.
In 1955 Joseph Adams founded the J.T. Adams Company to meet the needs of Cleveland area manufacturers. Opening his tool and cutter grinding shop, Mr. Adams soon developed business relationships with forging, casting, and manufacturing companies in the local area.
In 1979 the Tensile Testing Division came into being to meet the fabrication and testing needs of the metal industries of Northeast Ohio.
In 2005, after 50 years in Cleveland, Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory (TTML) moved the entire company to 4520 Willow Parkway into the current 37,000 sq ft facility accommodating a growing staff and full-line commercial laboratory specializing in the delivery of cost-effective, high quality, timely specimen fabrication, and analytical services to a wide variety of markets.
Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory is pleased to announce the addition of Michael Gaydos to its staff as Business Development Manager.
Mike brings 53 years experience in the Metallurgical Materials Testing and Inspection Industry.
With experience in Mechanical Testing, Chemical Analysis, Metallurgical Evaluations, and Non-Destructive Inspection he serviced the Commercial, Automotive, Aerospace, and Nuclear Industries developing long lasting relationships.
Test methods, material specifications interpretation, and business development are key areas Mike is now looking forward to continue while working for Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory.
Contact Mike at (216) 641-3290
Fax: (216) 641-1223