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Scaffold cladding - Is your Product fire safe?

Warp knit Textiles are frequently used by the building and construction trade as a cladding system for scaffolding during construction. Some of this work includes the rectification of recently audited buildings that were found to be using flammable cladding systems needing to be replaced.

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Automotive and Transport On The Rise

Although the production of passenger cars has ceased in Australia, AWTA Product Testing can offer extensive testing for the aftermarket industries, bus/coach builders, the caravan manufacturing industry and even the marine sector.

Available services include:

  • Accelerated weathering to UV, rainfall and atmospheric elements such as high salt concentration;
  • Testing according to manufacturer standards and methods for aftermarket textiles and accessory components such as tow packs;
  • Testing of laminates, componentry and textiles used for the fit outs of caravans; and
  • Fire testing for the transport industry including according to the Society of Automotive Engineers, International Maritime Organisation and also according to Federal Aviation Regulations.


For More Information:

Please contact us to discuss your automotive and transport testing requirements on: PH: 03 9371 2400 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Small Part Component Testing

Testing for the integrity and security of small parts and product components is critical to ensuring consumers are provided products that are safe, functional and maintain their aesthetic appeal.

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TQRTM - News Update

In May 2017, AWTA Product Testing acquired TQRTM laboratories.

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SpecTex 2018 Presentation

SpecTex18 is the trade exhibition and conference for all the specialised textiles industry - Fabricators, Installers, Manufacturers and Suppliers.

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