The new laboratory includes state-of-the-art ductless fume hood technology as well as a high-efficiency downdraft booth to collect dust during dry powder transfer and handling. Additional investments have been made in new instrumentation, including a high performance differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) and additional test equipment. These changes improve MPI’s abilities to design novel new products, solve customer problems and perform application studies.
“This expansion, plus investments in additional staff, will allow us to provide superior technical service as well as develop new and innovative products for our customers” said Gary Strauss, president, Micro Powders.
“This new laboratory provides our technical team with the facilities and resources that they need to develop and test the new products that will be part of our future growth,” added Rich Czarnecki, technical director, Micro Powders.