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SimuTech’s Testing Services gets American Association for Laboratory (A2LA) Accreditation Certificate

A2LA Accreditation

For over 30 years, SimuTech Group has combined experimental and simulation techniques to validate finite element models.  In addition to validation, ensuring practical application via updating modeling parameters with real-time data.

Testing is a service that sets SimuTech apart from the rest. Allowing us to physically test data in real-time provides an added value to our customers.

SimuTech Group’s Commitment to Quality

Our Testing Services Team offers a wide range of services from blade frequency testing to ensure the blade’s natural frequencies are within specifications.  Additionally, strain gauge measurements– measuring static strain due to relatively constant loads.

Consequently, through the American Association of Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) we can ensure that we are providing data to our wind testing service customers.  Adhering to IEC standards when it comes to power performance or mechanical load testing of large scale commercial wind turbines.

For those unfamiliar, A2LA is among the largest accreditation bodies in the world and the only independent 501(c )3, non-profit.  It is internationally recognized accreditation body in the United States that offers a full range of comprehensive assessments accreditation services.

Finally, A2LA Accreditation is equal to both the quality and competence of an organization based on a set of industry standards. Through this formal recognition, A2LA recognizes that the company fulfills all specified requirements and is competent to carry out specific tasks.

As for SimuTech Group, our Testing Services Team are proud to have been accredited through A2LA for 4 consecutive years.

 

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