SOURCE: Metal Fatigue Solutions, Inc.

Metal Fatigue Solutions, Inc.

September 05, 2015 21:14 ET

Metal Fatigue Solutions Expands to Europe; Will Speak, Exhibit, at UK BINDT Conference Sept. 8 - 10

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Sep 5, 2015) - Metal Fatigue Solutions (MFS), producer of the next generation of advanced Nondestructive Testing (NDT) technology systems for major civil and industrial infrastructure, today announced it is entering the European market and will speak, and exhibit, at the BINDT "Materials Testing 2015" Conference September 8 through 10 in Telford, UK.

The event is organized by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT), and will run alongside BINDT's annual conference, NDT 2015 (www.bindt.org/events/Materials-Testing-2015/MT-2015-about-the-exhibition).

While responding positively to RFP's and interest from Europe in 2015, the recent advancement of MFS' patented Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor (EFS™) and Fatigue Fuse technologies are generating increasingly strong interest globally. Accordingly, the Company has decided to proactively expand its marketing footprint to the fertile European market.

Structures that benefit from the MFS' next-generation EFS systems include bridges, buildings, oil and gas assets, wind energy assets and other metal infrastructure vulnerable to age, weather or stress. MFS is hosting live demonstrations at Booth C11, with members of senior management in attendance. Asset owners, manufacturers and engineering firms are invited to contact the Company to schedule a free consultation pertaining to fatigue issues in metal structures.

Ricky Morgan, MFS Director of Business Development, will be a featured speaker, and will present "Determining the True Status of Fatigue Cracks," Wednesday, September 9 at 3:10 p.m. The Company plans to make a video of that presentation available on its website following the Conference.

About BINDT Materials Testing Conference
Materials Testing -- the most comprehensive exhibition in the world of testing for quality, non-destructive testing (NDT), materials testing, condition monitoring and diagnostic technology -- returns this year with a new range of features and industry speakers.

Materials Testing 2015 will take place from 8-10 September in Telford, UK and promises to be bigger and better than ever. More than 40 exhibitors from countries around the world have already signed up, with the final number expected to be around 60. Materials Testing 2015 is free of charge for visitors, who will benefit not only from a concentration of materials testing innovation and excellence, but also from an enhanced programme of talks and seminars in the exhibition hall, covering practical aspects of NDT and related technologies. www.bindt.org/events/Materials-Testing-2015/MT-2015-about-the-exhibition. The event is organised by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT), and will run alongside BINDT's annual conference, NDT 2015, providing additional networking opportunities.

About Metal Fatigue Solutions Inc.
Metal Fatigue Solutions (MFS) develops, manufactures and markets next-generation non-destructive testing (NDT) devices and systems that indicate the true status of fatigue damage in a metal component. The Company's customers include the State DOTs, Infrastructure Owners, the U.S. Federal Government, and private engineering firms (http://metal-fatigue-solutions.com )

Initially commercialized in 2005, MFS' flagship product is the industry leading Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor (EFS™), an instrument that detects microscopic growing fatigue cracks in metals. With seven patents, MFS owns the only NDT technology able to find growing cracks as minute as 0.01 inches -- critical information that enables structural engineers to isolate and repair the more than 100,000 US steel bridges classified as structurally deficient or functionally obsolete by the Federal Highway Administration. EFS is also applicable to aerospace, ships, cranes, railways, power plants, nuclear facilities, chemical plants, mining equipment, piping systems and "heavy iron." (www.metal-fatigue-solutions.com)

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