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R-TECH Materials teams up with the BMA

The BMA is proud to announce that R-TECH Materials has officially joined the association as an affiliate member.

R-TECH Materials is a global provider of expertise in materials delivering accredited testing, industrial experience and materials knowledge across a diverse range of industries. Their clients include some of the most prestigious accreditation and certification bodies in the UK and Europe and leading companies in the advanced materials and manufacturing sector.

At the heart of their operations lies a testing laboratory that houses a treasure trove of mechanical testing equipment, boasting one of Europe’s most extensive collections. Their expertise has garnered accreditation from the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS), an endorsement that guarantees precision and reliability in every test conducted.

Tom Reynolds, Chief Executive of the BMA, said: “We are really pleased to welcome R-TECH Materials to the association. Testing materials and products for compliance is crucial to our members’ day-to-day operations. Their testing services, materials testing and failure analysis, will be welcomed by members.

“Compliance is a priority for the BMA, and we look forward to their engagement with our work in this area.”

R-TECH Materials is also a gold sponsor of the BMA Industry Conference at the Carden Park Hotel on the 9th and 10th of October, a decision driven by this year’s theme of resilience.

Dave Mumford, Managing Director of R-TECH Materials, said: “ As the ‘voice of the bathroom’ sector, joining the BMA at the point of launching our water fitting testing business made complete sense. In becoming affiliate members, we look forward to contributing towards an active network as well as benefitting from the latest information on technical economic and policy developments.

“Further, we look forward to being able to support our fellow members with our materials expertise, water fitting testing and forensic investigation capability.”


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