Friday, 09 December 2011 10:23

WearCheck Monitor 61

What’s news at WearCheck?
2011 has been jam-packed with exciting new developments at WearCheck, including the opening of the new lab in Chennai, India, the launch of an underground oil sampling service, a real money-saving case study for a customer in the mining industry, and the introduction of new customer communication platforms.
All these stories, and many more, can be found in the latest edition of WearCheck’s Monitor newsletter.
Also featured are useful technical tips on managing sulphur contamination, perfecting sampling techniques and the latest training courses. WearCheck staffers show their spirit through community upliftment projects, and the intrepid WearCheck cycling team can be seen at the start of the recent 94.7 cycle race.

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