Custom Designed Labs, One of a Kind Solutions

Different lab requirements call for different designs. We design our lab solutions to fit your requirements.

The design process begins with a review of the company’s current laboratories and testing capabilities. The specification and requirements for the new test systems are then agreed. The overall specification is used to create manufacturing drawings in conjunction with industry standards, ISO 5801 and AMCA 210. 

While standards ISO 5801 and AMCA 210 provide a starting point to design a new laboratory, they do not provide the drawings and details required to build a list of instrumentation, manufacturing drawings, or a fabricator to build the test system or chamber.

After addressing the practical challenges associated with specification, engineering and manufacturing, installation and commissioning of the test systems commences. The installation and commissioning process may run in conjunction with AMCA accreditation. 

Meet Customer Requirements with an AMCA Accredited Lab

AMCA laboratory accreditation provides a third-party, independent endorsement of the accuracy of performance data measured in the laboratory. Testing products in an AMCA accredited laboratory is a common component of US customer specifications.

Geoff Sheard has designed laboratories and obtained AMCA accreditation for clients across the globe to test a wide range of products. His ability to execute the AMCA laboratory accreditation process properly ensures your new laboratory can successfully test products to AMCA standards.