If you’ve been searching for a highly skilled and authoritative materials compounding expert witness, ForensisGroup has you covered. Materials compounding refers to an engineering process in which plastics or other materials are mixed and/or blended together so as to create a new type of material, which is called a compound or composite. This new material can then be used for different types of projects. Material compounding expert consulting may provide essential information for cases involving such areas as plastic engineering, polymer processing, failure analysis, materials testing, chemical engineering, metals and alloys, Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA), industrial hygiene, synthetic organic chemistry, patent law, manufacturing, codes and compliance, toxicology, risk assessment, chemistry, and other related disciplines, as each may become highly relevant in a lawsuit pertaining to materials compounding.
Materials computing experts have often worked with a variety of chemicals and other disciplines involved with the field of chemistry, such as environmental chemicals, industrial chemicals, materials science, solvents, synthesis, chemical process equipment, laboratory testing, hazardous materials, wet chemistry, coatings, rubber, plastics, paints, adhesives, and other related areas. When working with any type of chemistry, it is very important to adhere to the proper rules and regulations, especially when creating new types of materials through compounding. Material compounding expert witnesses are often experienced with workplace safety, failure analysis, product defect, test and reliability, occupational and environmental health, toxic exposure, chemical spills, environmental health and safety, odor emissions, public health, and other safety and health-related disciplines.
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