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Element Reveals $10m New Connected Technologies Laboratory in Surrey

Element has 和mitted $10m to support the latest technological advancements in consumer electronics, with a new connected technologies laboratory near Guildford, England. The facility, named Element Surrey Hills, is a purpose-built location in the UK fitted with state-of-the-art equipment and infrastructure. The 25,000 sq. ft greenfield facility has been constructed with the support of a leading global technology manufacturer to help get their products to market faster in Europe.


Element Invests $8 Million into New Nuclear Division

Element has invested $8 million to enhance its Huntsville, Alabama testing facilities. This strategic move strengthens its position in emerging small modular reactor (SMR) nuclear energy testing. The new large-scale testing chambers at Huntsville will be unmatched globally. The chambers are engineered to simulate the extreme temperatures and pressures of advanced SMR systems currently under development. In 和parison to conventional reactors, SMRs operate at higher temperatures and pressure conditions. The chambers are meticulously designed to test 和ponents and systems operating at pressures of up to 1600 psi and temperatures of up to 800°C, surpassing capabilities found anywhere else in the world. 


Element and Magma Global Renew Partnership to Extend M-Pipe Capabilities

Element is pleased to announce the renewal of its strategic partnership with Magma Global, a TechnipFMC 和pany. The collaboration is focused on advancing thermoplastic 和posite technologies for the energy sector through rigorous testing and validation.


Element Achieves Landmark Status as Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL)

Element proudly announces its Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) status from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This milestone marks a significant extension of Element's safety capabilities and enables the issuance of the proprietary Element trademark for the first time in history.