Director of Technical Applications - Q-Lab Corporation
Jeffrey Quill is Director of Technical Applications at Q-Lab Corporation, where he works with global OEMs to develop cutting edge weathering testing methodologies. As part of his duties in leading QLab’s international weathering technology efforts, Jeffrey was an active participant during the ten year study leading to the development of ASTM D7869. Jeffrey has a Bachelor of Science degree from Ohio State University.
Co-author(s): Sean Fowler
Q-Lab Corporation is a global provider of material durability testing products since 1956. We design and manufacture standard test substrates as well as weathering, light stability, and corrosion testers. In addition, contract test services which include accelerated laboratory testing are available at Q-Lab Florida, Q-Lab Arizona, and Q-Lab Deutschland. Outdoor exposure testing for weathering, lightfastness and corrosion are available at Q-Lab Florida and Q-Lab Arizona.
Our weathering products and services are used by material scientists and technicians in numerous industries including: additives and colorants, adhesive and sealants, automotive, building materials (such as roofing and siding), fabrics/textiles, food and beverages, graphic arts/inks, paints and coatings, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, plastics and packaging, and renewable energy (such as solar).
Our modern corporate headquarters, R&D, and manufacturing facilities are located in Westlake, a beautiful suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Q-Lab sales and distribution facilities are located in Manchester, England; Saarbrücken, Germany; and Shanghai, China. Q-Lab's A2LA accredited laboratory and outdoor testing facilities are located in Homestead, Florida and Buckeye, Arizona. We've also just opened a new accelerated testing lab at our Saarbrücken, Germany location.