News | February 8, 2019

Falcon Laboratory Provides Construction Materials Testing Services For A Wide Range Of Materials

An independent testing laboratory, Falcon Laboratory offers construction materials testing services for a wide range of materials. Their testing methods is conducted according to various international standards and specifications as defined in BS, ASTM, BS EN, AASHTO, CIRIA, DIN, ISO etc. They offer testing services for a variety of raw materials and finished products, including adhesives & sealants, blocks, ceramic, pipes, slates, tiles, etc. They have a team of experienced professionals who incorporate the cutting-edge technology in testing the materials. The multitude of benefits of the services include to achieve certification by complying with current building regulations, to ensure products are fit for purpose, to find out why products are failing in use or during manufacture, to benchmark against competitors product and more.

Falcon Laboratory is one of the most-sought after names in the industry when it comes to providing best-in-class testing services. The company has gained a massive customer base all across the UAE for its unmatched commitment to quality and competitive prices. In addition to construction materials testing services, the organization also offers other services including Geo Technical Investigation, Chemical Analysis, Environmental Testing, Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and various others.

Talking about their construction materials testing services, one of the representatives from the company stated, "At our DAC Registered testing laboratory, we undertake an analysis of a wide range of raw materials and finished products to a variety of national and international standards. We offer a full range of physical (durability, strength, weather ability, load, and slip resistance) and chemical (composition, microstructural) tests. To complement testing results, our experts offer interpretation together with impartial, independent and practical advice. You can contact our team for more information. "

Source: Falcon Laboratory