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NSL Analytical Services, Inc. Has Attained Nuclear Quality Assurance (NQA-1) Compliance as Verified by an Independent Audit

September 1, 2015

NSL Analytical Services, Inc. a recognized leader in analytical and metallurgical testing announced today that it has attained Nuclear Quality Assurance (NQA-1) compliance as verified by an independent audit.

Global Quality Assurance (GQA) affirmed through a recent assessment that “NSL has established an ASME NQA-1 nuclear quality program and the program has been effectively implemented.” GQA was chosen by NSL to perform the audit because of their recognition throughout the nuclear industry for their leadership in compliance assessment and training.

ASME NQA-1 is a quality assurance standard established by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to ensure compliance with the requirements of the nuclear industry. The federal regulator, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), endorses the ASME NQA-1 2008:2009 Standards that NSL has chosen for compliance.

NSL Analytical Services, Inc. has been testing materials for the Nuclear Industry Utilities, Regulators and Suppliers for over 60 years under 10 CFR 50 Appendix B and 10 CFR Part 21.

If you have questions concerning NQA-1 requirements or would like to arrange an audit of NSL Analytical, please contact:

Andrea Pierce, Quality Manager

Interested companies can receive a copy of NSL Analytical’s revised Quality System Manual by submitting a request here:

About NSL Analytical Services, Inc.

A recognized leader in analytical testing, NSL Analytical Services, Inc. is an Independent Materials Testing Laboratory specializing in Inorganic Elemental Chemical Analysis, Metallurgical and Microscopy Evaluations and Polymer Materials Testing. NSL Analytical helps customers achieve the highest standards of product quality from design to launch by providing accurate, reliable and repeatable materials testing results. For more information, visit

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