Trilab is proud to announce that the company will relocate its Brisbane laboratory to a purpose designed facility spanning over 1,450 m2 effective from Monday 19 September 2011.
The new Brisbane laboratory will significantly increase the output and delivery of the company’s full suite of soil and rock mechanics testing (including Triaxial strength, rock UCS, direct shear strength and consolidation tests), and calibration services. Trilab’s NATA accreditation is not impacted by the relocation to:
346A Bilsen Road
Geebung QLD 4034
Ph (07) 3265 5656
The relocation to a facility that is around twice the size of the company’s existing Brisbane facility has also enabled the acquisition of the following high-end soil and rock testing equipment:
- Eight additional 3,500 kPa rated cells and load units, which takes Trilab’s total capacity to 30 Triaxial frames with associated equipment.
- Four additional Direct Shears Machines which takes Trilab’s total capacity to 10.
- A pressure control unit to regulate pressures within the company’s Hoek-Triaxial cells to improve high pressure testing accuracy.
- Five rock compression machines up to 3000kN.
“We have been planning this laboratory move for some months, and along with the new equipment acquisitions, significantly increases our ability to service our client’s demand for quality testing.” said Gavin Hamilton, Chairman of Trilab.
Submission of Test Requests to Trilab
Trilab is also constantly reviewing its business with a view to implementing processes that are aligned to providing a responsive service to its clients. With that in mind, the company has established firstname.lastname@example.org as the central repository of client requests for the performance of tests. In addition, specific queries can be addressed to:
|Brisbane Gerard CreelyCMT Project Supervisor
(07) 3265 5656
|Perth Chris ChannonCMT Laboratory Manager
(08) 9258 8323
|CalibrationColin PurvisMS&T Manager
(07) 3265 5656
Deliveries to Trilab Containing Hazardous Substances or Dangerous Goods
From time to time, test samples provided to Trilab may contain hazardous materials or dangerous goods. Clients are reminded that such samples are to be delivered in an appropriate Chemwatch container, be externally labelled (of appropriate size, colour and style), and provide warnings about the substances contained within the sample container. A Material Safety Data Sheet, of sufficient detail, must also accompany the sample containing potentially hazardous materials to enable Trilab to safely manage the substance.