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Jan. 3, 2005: Aerotech P&K Opens Two New IAQ Laboratories

January 3, 2005
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PHOENIX - Aerotech P&K has announced the opening of two new satellite laboratories for indoor air quality (IAQ) testing services. According to the company, the new laboratories in Houston and Miami will allow Aerotech P&K to more easily meet rush analyses and other time critical needs for clients in these areas.

The new laboratories are being opened in areas where weather conditions have created an increased demand for indoor air quality analytical services, says the company. The Houston laboratory is located at 6310 Rothway Street, Houston, TX. Tristan Hagmann has been appointed as the account manager and can be reached via phone at 281-660-9511. The new Miami laboratory is located at 10200 USA Today Way, Miramar, FL, and the account manager, Patty Namin, can be reached at 954-684-6637.

"We are very excited to be opening additional laboratories around the U.S.," stated David Fetveit, general manager. "These new locations will allow us to offer our clients the highest quality analytical services and fast turnaround times no matter where they are located in the country."

Aerotech provides multiple analytical services including IAQ, industrial hygiene, consumer products, food safety, and environmental testing. For more information, visit www.aerotechpk.com.

Publication date: 01/03/2005

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