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Laboratory Testing Inc. Destructive Testing Manager Elected ASTM Committee Vice Chairman

01-05-2018 08:17 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

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Vice Chairman of ASTM Committee E01

Vice Chairman of ASTM Committee E01

Lee Dilks, Destructive Testing Manager of Chemistry and Metallography at Laboratory Testing Inc. (LTI), was elected Vice Chairman of ASTM Committee E01 on Analytical Chemistry for Metals, Ores and Related Materials. He also serves as Vice Chairman of ASTM Executive Subcommittee E01.90 and as Chairman of Subcommittee E01.91 on Long Range Planning.

ASTM is an international organization that develops and publishes technical standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems, and services. The standards are maintained and developed through the efforts of volunteers who participate in ASTM technical committees. Standards are arrived at through consensus and are used on a voluntary basis.

ASTM committee volunteers come from many interest groups, including manufacturers, consumers, government and academia. The mission of Committee E01 is to standardize analytical chemical processes that are significant to the industries it serves. The Committee and its subcommittees develop, evaluate and publish standard test methods, practices, guides and terminology for chemical and spectrometric analysis as they apply to sampling and testing of metals, ores, and related materials. They also sponsor proficiency test programs.

Dilks has been with Laboratory Testing Inc. for thirty years in positions of increasing responsibility. He started as a chemist in the Chemistry Lab before being promoted to supervisor. Seven years ago, he also took on responsibility for overseeing the Metallography Lab when he was promoted to Destructive Testing Manager - Chemistry and Metallography.

Dilks has been an ASTM member for over twelve years and has actively participated in Committee E01 and a number of its subcommittees during this time. He helped to develop and review several procedures and also held the position of Secretary for Subcommittees E01.08 and E01.20.

Laboratory Testing Inc. offers chemical analysis services with a fully equipped lab to carry out testing of most elements in the periodic table. Analytical chemistry services are offered for, trace analysis, material and impurity identification, moisture analysis and determining chemical composition. Samples are analyzed for a wide-range of industries and in accordance with ASTM and other standards.

ABOUT Laboratory Testing Inc. -- Laboratory Testing Inc. (LTI) of Hatfield, PA is an independent, family-owned materials testing and metrology laboratory in business since 1984. The laboratory specializes in metal testing, but also analyzes powdered metals, ores, ferroalloys, polymers, composites and ceramics. The services offered by LTI include mechanical testing, metallurgical testing, chemical analysis, corrosion testing, nondestructive testing, specimen machining, failure analysis, dimensional inspection and calibration. All results are documented in Certified Test Reports or Certificates of Calibration. LTI is NADCAP and A2LA accredited, ISO/IEC 17025 certified and in compliance with ISO 9001 and ISO 13485. LTI Metrology, a division of Laboratory Testing Inc., provides NIST-traceable dimensional inspection and calibration services. On-site calibration, repairs, new instruments and replacement parts are offered. Information on Laboratory Testing Inc. services and accreditations is available at www.labtesting.com, sales@labtesting.com or 800-784-2882.

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