Q-Lab

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    Q-Lab Corporation is a provider of material durability testing products. The Company designs and manufactures standard test substrates as well as weathering, light stability, and corrosion testers.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1956
    HQWestlake, OH, US
    Websiteq-lab.com
    Employee Ratings4.8

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Dec 2020)158(-1%)
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at Q-Lab

    Michael J. Crewdson

    Michael J. Crewdson

    Managing Director, Q-Lab Test Services
    George Grossman

    George Grossman

    Founder
    Doug Grossman

    Doug Grossman

    Chief Executive Officer
    Harlan Reid

    Harlan Reid

    Director of Operations Test Services
    Brad Reis

    Brad Reis

    Chief Operating Officer
    Kirk Wilhelm

    Kirk Wilhelm

    Chief Financial Officer
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    Q-Lab Office Locations

    Q-Lab has offices in Westlake, Buckeye, Homestead, Saarbrücken and in 1 other location
    Westlake, OH, US (HQ)
    800 Canterbury Rd
    Buckeye, AZ, US
    24742 W Durango St
    Homestead, FL, US
    1005 SW 18th Ave
    Saarbrücken, DE
    In den Hallen 30
    Farnworth, GB
    Express Trading Estate, Stone Hill Rd
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    Q-Lab Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1956

    Q-Lab Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    C

    77/100

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    Q-Lab Online and Social Media Presence

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    Q-Lab Blogs

    Q-Lab Mourns the Loss of Chandru of Venture Technologies

    It is with great sadness that we inform the public of the passing of Chandru, General Manager of Venture Technologies, Q-Lab's long-standing distribution partner in India. Chandru passed away on 7 January 2020. He had been a valued representative and friend to Q-Lab for over 16 years. He…

    What is the QUV/uvc and why was it developed?

    The QUV/uvc is a new version of the QUV accelerated weathering tester. The main difference between it and other QUV models is that it is designed to operate UVC lamps, which are functionally identical to those used in ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) applications. These lamps em…

    ChinaCoat 2020 Review

    What Types of Weathering and Corrosion Standards Are There, and What’s In Them?

    ISO and ASTM are the two major international standards bodies for weathering and corrosion testing. Although they use different terms and organize the documents somewhat differently, they share very similar structures, and most other standards bodies follow the guidelines for standards u…

    What Kind of Accelerated Test Should I Run?

    A very common and fundamental question to ask when beginning a weathering and/or corrosion testing program: “What kind of accelerated test should I run?” It’s a critical question to answer, but there isn’t one general answer that covers all customer situations. The matrix shown below ill…

    Why Do Q-Lab Testers Require Specific Calibration Radiometers?

    QUV and Q-SUN accelerated weathering testers require the use of special calibration radiometers. The CR10 and UC10 are used for fluorescent UV lamps and the CR20 and UC20 are used for xenon lamps. These NIST-traceable devices ensure that the irradiance delivered to test specimens equals …
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    Q-Lab Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Q-Lab founded?

      Q-Lab was founded in 1956.

    • Who are Q-Lab key executives?

      Q-Lab's key executives are Michael J. Crewdson, George Grossman and Doug Grossman.

    • How many employees does Q-Lab have?

      Q-Lab has 158 employees.

    • Who are Q-Lab competitors?

      Competitors of Q-Lab include Intercomp, Orange Research and J.R. Merritt Controls.

    • Where is Q-Lab headquarters?

      Q-Lab headquarters is located at 800 Canterbury Rd, Westlake.

    • Where are Q-Lab offices?

      Q-Lab has offices in Westlake, Buckeye, Homestead, Saarbrücken and in 1 other location.

    • How many offices does Q-Lab have?

      Q-Lab has 6 offices.