In order to improve quality and efficiency, MSL acquired two new HAAS CNC miller, one horizontal and one vertical. This primarily allows us to increase production of CVN impact and tensile specimens, while maintaining our high quality. Both machines have been paired with jigs that were machined in house, in order to maximise efficiency and quality.
MSL recently purchased new equipment from Norway. This equipment included; tensile machines, impact tester, a cooling bath, an automatic impact V-notch as well as various items of testing equipment.
We are pleased to advise that we are settled into our new premises on Station Approach on Team Valley. We would like to welcome our customers to visit our new site anytime
to see the services we can offer.
MSL is very proud to announce that it is now a UKAS accreditated Metallurgical and Mechanical testing laboratory equipped with state of the art testing equipments.
MSL have joined the digital age with the launch of a new website.
The new website features information about the company, its products, services and people. We look forward to engaging with our existing and prospective customers using the new website.
If you would like to contact us or have any feed back about the new website we would be pleased to hear from you.
MSL has recently developed a Quench Characterisation Probe (QC Probe) which is used to predict the heat transfer coefficients of quenchants.
To read more, click here.
MSL teams up with ITA Limited, a Czech-based company specialising in computer simulation of rolling, forming and heat treatment technologies.
MSL have had the pleasure of working closely with ITA Ltd, a Czech company founded in 1991 by research workers. One of ITA’s areas of expertise involves the development of metallurgial software, they also offer a range of existing products and services.
To find out more information about the products ITA offer, click here.