Potters Industries Pty Ltd

Site

Potters Industries Pty Ltd

Accreditation No.

14913

Site No.

15075

Date of Accreditation

24 Sep 2003

Address

100-102 Boundary Road
Sunshine West, VIC 3020
Australia

pottersbeads.com

Contact

Mr Adrian Hill P: +61 (03) 83256777

Availability

Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Materials

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Analysis of refractories, ceramics and related materials Silicate glasses Antimony; Arsenic; Cadmium; Chromium; Lead; Mercury X-ray fluorescence (XRF) AS/NZS 2009 Appendix N
Material performance evaluation of refractories, ceramics and related materials Silicate glasses Colour of glass beads Comparison method

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix F

Adhesion coatings on glass beads Classical

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix L

In-house method PIPL-TE-PR-0014
Foreign matter in glass beads Visual examination

AS/NZS 2009 Clause 5.2

Retroreflectivity verification of glass beads Not applicable; Retroreflectometer

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix M

In-house method PIPL-TE-PR-0019
Presence of moisture proof coatings on glass beads Visual examination

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix H

In-house method PIPL-TE-PR-006
Water resistance Classical

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix G

Optical quality of glass beads Visual examination

AS/NZS 2009 clause 5.3

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix E

In-house method PIPL-TE-PR-002
Size distribution of glass beads Not applicable

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix C

In-house method PIPL-TE-PR-0012
Roundness of glass beads by rolling performance Not applicable

AS 2009 Appendix D

In-house method PIPL-TE-PR-003
Refractive index of glass beads Becke line

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix I

Preparation of glass bead samples for testing Not applicable AS/NZS 2009 Appendix A
Sample collection Refractories, ceramics and related materials Not applicable Not applicable

AS/NZS 2009 Appendix A and J

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