Just What Might Be Lurking in the Dust at Work, School or Home?
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers particle and Particulate Micro-Analysis (PMA) testing and consulting services to identify the composition of dusts and residues.
Salem, NH, January 17th, 2019 The buildup of dust or residues is an age-old problem that isn’t isolated to any one locale or type of environment. Any indoor environment, from private homes, large multi-tenant buildings and schools, right up to immense industrial complexes, will likely find some dust or debris building up at some point. Frequently, this dust is just a result of people living in an enclosed space, creating dust from themselves and from their surroundings and actions. However, there are times when this dust or residues.......[Read More]
Material Analysis through Non-Destructive Testing Services Provides Options to Industry
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers answers to complex material challenges involving everything from non-destructive physical analysis to the identification of unknown materials, product viability and quality control testing.
Salem, NH, January 14th, 2019 In countless different industries there are times when performing material analysis requires the highest amount of sensitivity, and all other considerations are irrelevant. While a complete breakdown of a device or sample can give the most information in some circumstances, there are other times when reducing the sample to its component atoms isn’t a viable option. All too frequently, product failures may only be present due to an interaction between components, but often it simply isn’t acceptable.......[Read More]
The Use of Nanomaterials in Manufacturing Present New Opportunities and Risks, Advanced MicroAnalytical Provides Answers to the Challenges They Present
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers solutions to complex material issues involving everything from compositional analysis and the identification of unknown materials to product viability and quality control.
Salem, NH, January 8th, 2019 Nanotechnology utilizing nanomaterials (also known as nanoparticles) has emerged as a rapidly growing component of modern industry and medical research. Nanomaterials come in a wide variety of compositions and shapes which make them useful in everything from consumer and medical products to energy production and aerospace. The size of nanomaterials are purposely designed to be extremely small, a nanometer is one billionth of a meter, and are generally defined as measuring between 1 and 100 nanometers. These.......[Read More]
Electronics Industry Turns to AMA for Integrated Circuit Support Services
Advanced MicroAnalytical (AMA) offers integrated circuit support with design and prototyping solutions, failure analysis, non-destruction inspections, and other assessment and quality control services.
Salem, NH, December 19th, 2018 Integrated circuit are used in hundreds of millions of electronic devices manufactured each year. Many of these devices are relatively simple, perhaps only consisting of a few components on a small board. However, as manufacturers continually strive to produce more feature rich devices to meet consumer demands, the creation of increasingly complex integrated circuits can lead to manufacturing challenges. These demands may also dictate that integrated circuits be designed to consume less power, have built in.......[Read More]
Advanced MicroAnalytical Provides Combustion Byproduct Laboratory Testing to Determine the Extent of Indoor Fire Residues
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers solutions and state-of-the-art techniques to assess indoor environments following smoke damage from fires that impact structures.
Salem, NH, December 7th, 2018 Smoke residues from a fire can have a significant impact on the respiratory health of building occupants that are exposed to combustion byproducts (CBP). A building fire or a wildfire, can create a tremendous amount of smoke that can travel through multiple floors and rooms of a structure leaving behind residues. This smoke is made up of a number of combustion byproducts that include ash, soot, char and other materials. Inside of a building, in addition to respiratory concerns, smoke leaves behind odors.......[Read More]
Providing the Industry with Answers to Challenging Questions through Failure Analysis Testing
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers solutions to complex material challenges involving everything from failure analysis and the identification of unknown materials to compositional analysis and engineering support.
Salem, NH, November 16th , 2018 It is almost unheard of for any manufactured part or device to maintain true 100% reliability all of the time. Virtually everything is going to break, fail or fall short of its desired functionality at some point. Understanding the reason behind these failures can make the difference between learning and improving a product or potentially missing important clues that could indicate larger problems lurking below the surface. The scientists and engineers at Advanced MicroAnalytical (AMA) provide.......[Read More]
Environmental Monitoring to Protect Industry, the Environment and Communities
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers environmental monitoring solutions to help safeguard the public and keep companies in regulatory compliance.
Salem, NH, November 1st , 2018 Evaluating the quality of the air, water and soil around buildings and industry can be a complex endeavor. While environmental regulations have established many best practices in the field of environmental compliance, regulations don’t always fully reflect the concerns that can be created when construction or industry begins to intrude on surrounding environments.
This is due to the fact that although there are a number of well-developed protocols and regulations, of which many either.......[Read More]
Engineering Support through Material and Forensic Science Laboratory Services
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers solutions to complex challenges through a wide range of engineering support powered by advanced materials testing services.
Salem, NH, October 25th , 2018 With today’s rapidly increasing pace of design and production in the high tech manufacturing world, engineers are ever more frequently being called upon to assist with all stages of the design, prototyping and manufacturing cycle. Where traditionally engineers were often single discipline designers, in a modern work flow it’s quite common for engineers to switch roles between electrical and mechanical, perform manufacturing engineering support, or have to provide rapid redesign in.......[Read More]