Asterion New Sample Submission Process Delivers Enhanced Customer Experience

Designed to ensure ease-of-use and quick customer response, the submission process meets growing customer requirements to optimize plating line efficiency and productivity at a low cost of ownership.

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Asterion offers a sample analysis submission process for the company’s proprietary plating and pretreatment chemistries. Designed to ensure ease-of-use and quick customer response, the submission process meets growing customer requirements to optimize plating line efficiency and productivity at a low cost of ownership.

 

The company says that customers may submit up to 10 sample requests per submission; every sample is assigned an identifier number for testing at Asterion’s advanced analytical laboratory. Free sample submission kits are offered to customers, which includes all required packing materials and shipping documentation that are specifically designed to meet regulatory requirements.

 

“The new sample submission process further addresses our customers’ increasing and often more sophisticated analytical testing requests to ensure all processes are operating at optimum capacity and performance," said Neil Goodnight, director of Asterion's technical sercices. "We are immediately witnessing the value created for our customers by offering this easy-to-use submission process. Asterion remains committed to continually optimizing sample analysis and submission procedures, as we diligently adapt to the challenges of the market.”

 

The Asterion analytical laboratory performs a range of chemical analysis that complies with industry standards and government regulations.  Testing includes chemical composition and trace analysis to determine composition, impurities and overall chemical quality for a diversity of applications. The laboratory also houses instrumentation to quickly identify and resolve contamination issues, determine sample make-up and provide metal substrate testing and analysis.

 

For information, visit asterionstc.com