Ambix, LLC
71 Hobbs Street
Suite 104
Conway, NH 03818


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Product Testing, Going Beyond the Standard

When material or product performance is your priority contact Ambix for customized testing.

Ambix designs experiments that delineates potential failures, mimics operational environments and provides solid data from which to base decisions. Through integration of failure analysis skills with product design and failure prevention techniques our clients yield more robust products.

We designed our laboratory to efficiently support our product development, failure analysis and manufacturing activities.

Laboratory Testing
Product Development

Mechanical testing, tensile, compression and fatigue
Chemical compatibility
Thermal stability - oven aging
Model making
Silicone castings for soft tools, gasket prototypes
Instrumentation, measurement and data acquisition for product testing

Failure Analysis

Optical microscopy
Gas Chromatography / Mass spectroscopy (GC/MS)
Sectioning and microtoming
Inherent viscosity measurements
Crosslink density
Material Testing
Ambix offers in-house ASTM and ISO testing services.

Services include:

Fourier transform infrared analysis (FTIR)
Differential scanning calorimietry (DSC)
Gas Chromatography / Mass spectroscopy (GC/MS)
Hardness Shore A, D & Rockwell scale
Mechanical testing - tensile, compression & fatigue
Impact testing
Flexural testing
Melt flow rate
Capillary rheometry
Dynamic mechanical analysis
Chemical compatibility

If your testing needs are not included in the list above please contact us for further information.
Reverse Engineering
The evolution of innovative products may require a client to expedite their next generation by uncovering their competitor's edge. Our reverse engineering services provide technical understanding of product or process attributes such as:

• Product formulation
• Manufacturing technology
• Material selection
• Assembly methods
• Performance benchmarking
• Product durability
• Environmental stability