EMT's Dept of Defense Laboratory (DoD ELAP) accreditation includes explosives
EMT is DoD ELAP and ISO 17025 accredited to run EPA SW-846 8330B. This method is intended for the trace analysis of explosives and propellant residues by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) using a dual wavelength UV detector.
EMT uses an ESSA LM2-P pulverising mill to prepare samples for method 8330B. The LM2 mill is used for pulverising ores, minerals, metallurgical samples, ceramics, soils, aggregates, chemicals and similar particulate. Typically, samples can be ground to 95% minus 75 micron in approximately 3 minutes depending upon their mass and physical characteristics.
The model LM2 is well suited to high volume mineral laboratories regularly preparing large samples in the unique Essa single puck style of bowl or to any laboratory remote from the specialised repair services typically required for integral vibratory motor driven mills.
ESSA LM2-P Pulverising Mill
EMT sponsors the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Midwest Small Business EXPO 2012
EMT sponsored the SAME Midwest Small Business EXPO 2012 held at the Hilton Chicago/Northbrook on March 7 & 8, 2012.
Congratulations to EMT’s Vice President, Greg Denny, and Director of Sales, Jim Cronin, on winning the “Gold Medal” in the SAME Midwest Small Business Olympics.
(EMT's Jim Cronin and Greg Denny accepting the "Gold Medal",
along with the Silver and Bronze medalists)
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