HOLLAND, MI – Johnson Controls Inc. officially opens a new and improved Advanced Materials and Process Engineering (AMPE) lab at its technical center here. The facility began humbly in 1994 with a small room and two pieces of equipment and has evolved into a state-of-the-art, spacious laboratory packed with instruments and equipment capable of analyzing the performance and compatibility of a variety of materials used in vehicle interiors. The Soxhlet Extraction Test is designed ...
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