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LMATS Pty Ltd
PERTH MTS LAB
| Accreditation Number: 15840 | Site Number: 16661 |

Address Details:
Unit 3, 52 Cocos Drive
BIBRA LAKE, WA 6163
AUSTRALIA
Website: www.lmats.com.au
Contact Details:
Mr Johann Petrick
+61(08) 94186380


Availability:Services available to external clients



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ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)
Manufactured Goods

SERVICEPRODUCTDETERMINANTTECHNIQUEPROCEDURELIMITATION/RANGE
Evaluation of access protection productsBalustrades; Edge protection (including guardrails and guardrail posts); Static loadNot applicableIn-house method TP 3.7 for the purpose of determining compliance with AS/NZS 1170.1 Section 3.6
Including on-site testing.
Fencing and gates designed for temporary installationDynamic load; Foothold aperture; Impact resistance; Simulated climbing evaluation; Wind force overturning evaluation; Not applicable
AS 4687 Sections 4, 4.3, In-house methods TP 3.7 and TP 5.3
Including on-site testing.

Edge protection (including guardrails and guardrail posts)Rigidity; Static load; Strength; Not applicableIn-house method TP 3.7
AS 1657 Appendices B, C and D

Including on-site testing.
Dynamic load; Static load; Not applicableAS/NZS 4994.1 Appendices A, B, C, D, E, In-house methods TP 3.7 and TP 5.3Including on-site testing.
Fencing and gates designed for fixed installationDynamic load; Rigidity; Strength; Not applicableIn-house TP 3.7, In-house TP 5.3,
AS 1926.1 Appendices B, C, D, E
Including on-site testing.
Material performance evaluation of metal productsReinforcing bar and steel prestressing materials for concreteTensile propertiesLongitudinal tensileIn-house method TP 2.17,
AS/NZS 4672.1 Section 5.5, 
AS 1391, 
ISO 15630-3 Section 5
0.2 kN to 3000 kN

Fixtures and componentsTensile propertiesLongitudinal tensile; Tensile tests with control of strain rate, including yield stress and proof stress; Transverse tensile; AS 1391, 
ASTM A370, ASTM E8M, 
in-house method TP 2.2,
ISO 6892-1
0.2 kN to 3000 kN including on-site testing except for tensile properties.

Threaded fasteners, bolts and nutsHardnessRockwell - Scale C; Vickers; In-house method TP 1.6, In-house method TP 1.7,
AS 4291.1

Tensile properties; Tension; Longitudinal tensileAS 4291.1, ASTM F606, 
in-house methods TP 2.4, TP 2.5 and TP 2.11,
ISO 898-1, ISO 3506.1, SAE J429
 0.2 kN to 3000 kN,



Proof loadNot applicableAS 4291.1,
AS/NZS 4291.2,
AS/NZS 2465,
ASTM A370, 
ASTM F593, 
ASTM F606, 
in-house methods TP 2.3, and TP 3.2,
ISO 898-1, 
SAE J429 
0.2 kN to 3000 kN

Welded test specimensTensile propertiesAll-weld-metal tensile; Axial tensile; Longitudinal tensile; Tensile tests with control of strain rate, including yield stress and proof stress; Transverse butt tensile; Transverse joggle-butt tensile; Transverse tensile; AS 1391, AS 2205.2.1, AS 2205.2.2,
AS/NZS 3992,
ASME IX,
ASTM E8M,
AWS D1.1,
in-house methods TP2.8 and TP 2.9
0.2 kN to 3000 kN

Bending propertiesLongitudinal guided bend; Slow bend on rail sections; Transverse guided bend; in-house method TP 4.1, in-house method 4.4,
AS 2205.3.1, AS 2205.3.3, AS 1085.20 Appendix K,
AS/NZS 3992, ASME IX, ISO/EN 5173

Fillet-break fractureMacroscopic examination; Visual examination; in-house method TP 8.2,
AS 1665, AS 2205.4.2,
ASME IX 

HardnessVickersin-house methods TP 1.4 and TP 1.10,
AS: 1817.1, AS 2205.6.1, AS 1085.20 Appendices G2 and G3,
NACE MR0175,
ISO 15156-1
Vickers - Hardness range 2.94 N to 294 N

Impact resistanceCharpy - Assessment of fracture appearance; Charpy - Lateral expansion; Charpy V-notch - Impact value;
AS 1544.2, 
AS 1544.5,
AS 2205.7.1,
ASTM E23,
ASTM A370,
in-house methods TP 5.1, TP 5.2,
ISO 148-1



from ambient temperature to -101°C and at -196°C

Nick-break fractureMacroscopic examination; Visual examination; in-house method TP 8.3,
AS 1665; AS 2205.4.1

Macroscopic examinationMacroscopic examinationin-house method TP 8.1,
AS 2205.5.1, AS 1085.20 Appendix H,
AS/NZS 1554, AS/NZS 3992,
AWS D1.1,
ASME IX 


Prepared metallic test specimensHardnessBrinellAS 1816.1,
ASTM E10, 
in-house method TP 1.10
tests to 29.4 kN including on-site testing.

Bending propertiesLongitudinal guided bend; Transverse guided bend; in-house method TP 4.1,
AS 2205.3.1, AS 2205.3.3,
AS/NZS 3992,
ASME IX,
ISO/EN 5173 

Tensile propertiesLongitudinal tensile; Tensile tests with control of strain rate, including yield stress and proof stress; Transverse tensile; AS 1391, ASTM A370, ASTM E8M, ASTM F606,
ISO 6892-1, in-house method TP 2.1 
0.2 kN to 3000 kN 


HardnessRockwell - Scale A; Rockwell - Scale B; Rockwell - Scale C; in-house method TP 1.2,
AS 1815.1,
ASTM E18,
ISO 6508-1







Impact resistanceCharpy - Assessment of fracture appearance; Charpy - Lateral expansion; Charpy V-notch - Impact value; in-house methods TP 5.1, TP 5.2,
AS 1544.2,
AS 1544.5,
ASTM E23,
ASTM A370,
ISO 148-1


from ambient temperature
to -101°C and at -196°C



Compression; Shear strength; Not applicablein-house method TP 3.1
0.2 kN to 3000 kN

HardnessVickersAS 1817.1,
ASTM E384,
in-house method TP 1.1,
ISO 6507-1



0.98 N to 294 N including on-site testing.



Mechanical performance evaluation of ladders, racks, scaffolds and supportsScaffolding and scaffolding componentsCoefficient of friction; Stiffness; Strength; Not applicableIn-house methods TP 3.4, 3.11 and3.12, 
AS 1576.1 Appendices A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M and N, 
AS 1576.2 Appendices A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M and N,
AS 1576.3 Appendices A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H,
AS/NZS 1577 Sections 3,4,5,6 Appendices A, B, C and D (scaffolding planks and decking components),
Including on-site testing
AS/NZS 1577 Appendix D (Scaffolding planks and decking components only),
AS 1576.3 Appendix H (scaffolds only),
 AS 1576.2 Appendix N (scaffolding fittings only)

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)
Materials

SERVICEPRODUCTDETERMINANTTECHNIQUEPROCEDURELIMITATION/RANGE
Metallic corrosion evaluationAustenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloysIntergranular corrosion resistanceCopper-copper sulfate-50% sulfuric acid; Copper-copper sulfate-sulfuric acid; Oxalic acid etch; in-house methods TP 7.1 and TP 7.2,
ASTM A262 Practices A and E

Pitting corrosion resistanceFerric chloride pittingin-house method TP 7.1,
ASTM G48 Method A

Austenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloys; Ferrous materials; Detrimental intermetallic phaseFerric chloride corrosion testin-house method TP 7.3,
ASTM A923 Method C 

Metallographic evaluation of metals and alloysAustenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloysDetection of iron on passivated steel - Contamination testPotassium ferricyanide nitric acidin-house method TP 8.8,
ASTM A380 Clause 7.3.4

Ferrous materialsGrain sizeMicroscopic examinationin-house method TP 9.3,
ASTM E112 


Phase identification and proportionPoint countin-house method TP 9.2,
ASTM E562 


| Accreditation Number: 15840 | Site Number: 16661 | Printed on : 06-Aug-2020

 

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