Salt Fog Testing

Salt fog testing is a method of determining where corrosion or oxidizing will occur when a product is subjected to a corrosive atmosphere. This type of testing is used to evaluate products in an accelerated manner to investigate corrosion related issues.

Commonly Tested Items:

► Road Guard Rails

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MGA Attends Glyphworks® Training in Southfield, MI

MGA associates Gerald Roesser, Ali Kaafarani, and David Nagle recently attended a technical seminar entitled “Interactive Data Processing using nCode Glyphworks®”. The course was taught by Kurt Munson of nCode on June 7-8, 2011 at the nCode office in Southfield, MI. Glyphworks® is a software program that was launched in 2003 by nCode, . . . → Read More: MGA Attends Glyphworks® Training in Southfield, MI

MGA at the Military Vehicle Expo 2011

MGA's Booth at the 2011 IDGA Military Vehicle Expo

MGA's Booth at the 2011 IDGA Military Vehicle Expo

This August marked another year for the annual IDGA (Institute for Defense and Government Advancement) Military Vehicles Exhibition at the Cobo Convention Center in Detroit, MI. The show was a combination of military vehicle displays, product booths, and conference speakers. Among the many innovative . . . → Read More: MGA at the Military Vehicle Expo 2011

The MGA iPhone App

MGA Convert is a FREE iPhone and iPod application available for download from iTunes. The app is in the English language, and is compatible with iPhone and iPod touch. It requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later.

MGA Convert is a free unit conversion application that features an intuitive, easy to use . . . → Read More: The MGA iPhone App

Gifts From The Bicycle

While reviewing the history of early automobiles and aircraft, I was struck by the role bicycle technology played in their development. Bicycles became popular in Europe and the United States during the late 1800’s. Bicycle technology rapidly progressed and then significantly influenced both the developers and the development of these machines.

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