Sciemetric has secured a patent for “Leak Testing Methods and Systems” from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Leak testing is one of the most common, and frustrating, assembly line tests for many manufacturers. From inkjet printer cartridges to large diesel engines, leak testing is a crucial quality assurance process to catch product defects that can lead to warranty claims and recalls.
Sciemetric has expanded into a new office and training facility in Rochester Hills, Michigan, U.S. to better serve the region’s manufacturing sector. The new facility provides Sciemetric with greater capability and square footage to support customers and train them on its products. An interactive training facility can accommodate up to 30 people at a time for practical, hands-on learning.
Sciemetric appoints Richard Brine as the company's Chief Technology Officer. A 25-year company veteran Mr.Brine's expertise and customer commitment has earned him increasing levels of responsibility to drive industry-leading advances across the entire portfolio of tools/applications for in-process testing. As CTO, he will be responsible for the total product vision, from concept to deployment.
Sciemetric names Chris McEwen, a 20-year veteran in the industry as the new Sales Director to address, drive and development in channel sales throughout North America.
Learn more about the new 3520 Series leak test system. It delivers winning accuracy and speed to detect leaks in parts as small as <1 cc to over 400 L. The system can be packaged into a turnkey station for your convenience.