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Real Men Wear Pink

Mobile Test ‘n’ Cal Trade Green for Pink in Support of Breast Cancer October is Australia’s official Breast Cancer Awareness month and serves as an opportunity for the community to join together to focus on and support those affected by Breast Cancer. Cancer Australia estimates that the number of new cases of breast cancer diagnosed

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Acoustic Emission Testing

Mobile Test ‘n’ Cal is pleased to announce that they have heavily invested in new digitalAcoustic Emissions Non-Destructive Testing testing technology to deliver to theelectrical, oil and gas, and a variety of other industries in Australia and New Zealand. Acoustic Emission (AE) testing is a powerful method for examining the behaviour ofmaterials deforming under stress.

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Meet the Team – Callum Hill

Senior Technician – Mobile Test ‘n’ Cal New Zealand   What is the favourite part about working for Mobile Test n Cal? Never the same thing , Work in different places and meet new faces everyday   What has been your favourite project at Mobile Test n Cal? Can’t name a particular one   If

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From the CEO: August 2017

Hi Everyone, My team and I decided that a monthly column from myself would be a great way to communicate with our valued customers, and the industry at large, on a variety of important matters. The content will vary, and one month it might be about general safety, calibration or compliance issues, another it might

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Meet the Team – Caty Turner

What is your MTC region? National What is your favourite hobby? Cafe hopping What is your favourite sporting team? Newcastle United You win $5 Million, what do you do next? Invest – live off the interest If you could have any superpower, what would it be? Mind reading What is your favourite part about being

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Your Partner in Compliance

Watch now to find out how Mobile Test ‘n’ Cal is Your Partner in Compliance, and make your job of staying compliant that much easier and more effective. 

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Meet the Team – Brenden Walsh

1.     What is your MTC region? Toowoomba/Darling Downs 2.     What is your favourite hobby? Oztag 3.     What is your favourite sporting team? V8 Supercars / Gold Coast Titans (But follow all QLD NRL teams) 4.   You win $5 Million, what do you do next? Buy a nice house overlooking the beach  5.     If you could have any superpower, what would

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Meet the Team – Jody Smith

What is your MTC region? Queensland What is your favourite hobby? Playing Gridiron (American Football) What is your favourite sporting team? Don’t really have a fav team, not a huge sports follower You win $5 Million, what do you do next? Go on a big holiday to plan what I would do with the remaining 4.9million

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State of Origin Giveaway!

Enjoy Game 3 of the State of Origin on us! Simply sign up to use our services at the 2017 Mining Electrical Safety Conference in July. Not only will you get the best service offering in the industry, but we’ll also give you two free tickets to the game! N.B. Minimum job service spend (not

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Mt Isa Testing & Calibration Trip

We are pleased to announce that we now service the Mt. Isa region every three months through our partnership with Haymans Electrical – Mt Isa. The regular presence of our experienced, technician, Wayne Wicks, ensures that customers in the area are able to maintain the highest level of compliance. In addition to this, we work with a

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INCIDENT REPORT: Suspected Arc Flash Injuries

News coming out of JBS Meatworks in Dinmore (QLD), suggests that an arc flash has occurred on the weekend that has injured three workers. Although mainstream media reports are notoriously unreliable for specific details of electrical incidents, a report in the Sunday Mail confirms three workers were burnt as a result of an ‘electrical explosion’.

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Interpreting Test and Calibration Reports

Article courtesy of Master Calibrators Australia; One of the more common questions that we get asked in regards to Calibration and HV Testing is how to interpret the reports and certificates issued. Reporting is perhaps equally as important as the actual testing or calibration procedure. It isn’t just a legal requirement, but good work practice

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