Fullex Locks and UAP Limited have been making all sorts of magic since uniting some months ago –but now they are making music too. The companies showcase the combined talents of their testing facilities, not only on their products, but on our ears.
In a new promotional video, the machines at both UAP’s onsite testing centre and the Fullex UKAS accredited testing centre can be seen making music in a clever sequence of clips using sounds from the equipment.
Both companies have extensive testing facilities. David Jennings, UAP MD said: “At UAP we are constantly striving to improve on the products we already supply as well as develop new, pioneering ranges; and product testing is at the centre of this ongoing development.
“With an in house testing centre and product developer, each stage of the process is thorough, from the initial design right down to the final product. In house 3D printing technology allows for further and more precise advancement of our products which are then expertly manufactured and put through stringent testing conditions using in house test equipment – ensuring all products are designed to the highest standards.”
The UKAS Accredited Fullex Testing Laboratory has a range of assessments and equipment dedicated to PAS24 testing and certification – something that can only be done using a UKAS accredited lab.
The latest video is not only a creative demonstration of these testing machines at work, but further evidence that UAP and Fullex are proving to be completely in unison!
Check out the full video here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5c2d63jRE8