Coffs Lab – Mechanical

Accreditation No.


Site No.


Date of Accreditation

07 Apr 2020


3 Hamilton Drive
Boambee, NSW 2450


Mr John Mezzetti P: +61 0423981940


Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Coffs Lab – Mechanical

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of mechanical performance of pressure equipment Hose and hose assemblies; Metallic storage vessels; Pressure vessels Hydrostatic pressure Not applicable AS 4037 Section 17, in-house method Q-01-25
100 kPa to 70,000 kPa

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Manufactured Goods

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Material performance evaluation of metal products Prepared metallic test specimens Ultimate tensile load Not applicable

AS 1391, ISO 6892-1 

6.25 kN to 500 kN
Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS) only
Impact resistance Charpy V-notch - Impact value

AS 1544.2, ISO 148-1

at ambient temperature and down to -50°C

Hardness Vickers AS 1817.1
24.5 to 980 N
Prepared metallic test specimens; Welded test specimens Hardness Brinell AS 1816.1
29.4 kN only
Bending properties Not applicable

AS/NZS 2205.3.1, ISO 9606-1

Welded test specimens Fracture test Visual examination

AS/NZS 2205.4.1, ISO 9606-1

Hardness Vickers AS 2205.6.1
24.5 to 980 N
Shear strength Not applicable ISO 15630-2
6.25 kN to 500 kN
Macroscopic examination Visual examination AS/NZS 2205.5.1, ISO 17639

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)


Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Metallographic evaluation of metals and alloys Aluminium and aluminium alloys; Austenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloys; Copper and copper alloys; Ferrous materials; Magnesium alloys; Nickel and nickel alloys; Titanium and titanium alloys Grain size Comparison method; Microscopic examination AS 1733

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