Ronkonkoma NY, November 19, 2013 – Advanced Component Testing (ACT), a government approved, ISO 17025 accredited laboratory announces developments to its already extensive OCM die database. The proprietary database houses a breadth of information utilized to fulfill our advanced counterfeit mitigation processes and procedures.
Information contained in this custom die library is derived from prior component testing, performed by ACT’s professional, experienced inspectors, and is to be utilized as a reference for future testing. The data retained contains vital information, including detail specifications and internal analysis of each individual part.
“Advanced Component Testing uses this database as an essential tool for reference for our component authenticity process. Our database has grown to include over 6,000 dies, demonstrating ACT’s commitment to counterfeit risk mitigation and dedication to providing the most advanced counterfeit detection techniques. Advanced Component Testing understands the epidemic of counterfeit components flooding the market today, posing a great risk to the performance and safety of highly reliable applications, such as those associated with the military and aerospace industries,” stated Mike Zambito, VP of operations for Advanced Component Testing.
About Advanced Component Testing:
Advanced Component Testing prides itself on serving as a government approved, ISO 17025 accredited laboratory, positioned at the forefront of technical competence in testing and component authenticity within the mil-aerospace, commercial, medical, and automotive industries. ACT’s dedication to using the most current counterfeit detection technology combined with their proprietary database, experienced engineers, industry compliant testing procedures and state of the art equipment, makes Advanced Component Testing a leader in counterfeit component detection.
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