Eti Maden, whose services include providing scientific data about borates, provide complete and trustworthy services in a timely manner with a focus on quality. Our ever-increasing high quality is attained by fulfilling analytical method requirements and performing internal and external training with our expert professionals.
Eti Maden, who is designing the future of boron, aims to determine the quality standards of borates and achieve higher production efficiencies at low costs, has establish laboratories that are compliant to: TS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Laboratory Quality Policy, TS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Laboratory and Test Equipment Accreditation Agreement and TS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Laboratory and Test Equipment Accreditation Certificate and Documentation of Accreditation Scope and international standards. Our R&D project studies are completed in our age analysis laboratories and instrumental analysis laboratories. In our other laboratories, projects on:
are being carried out.
Boron products produced in Kütahya – Emet, Balıkesir – Bigadiç, Bursa-Kestelek, Balıkesir – Bandırma ve Eskişehir – Kırka facilities of Eti Maden are subjected to physical and chemical analysis and quality research is carried out with advanced technology devices.
Eti Maden aims to hold the most valuable mine of Turkey by mining borates with international quality standards as highly productive, with high quality, sustainable and low cost. Eti Maden is contributing to Turkey and world mining with scientific data by analysing borates as well as other minerals in our institutionalized laboratory studies. In addition, in these developmental laboratories that guide the mining sector; activities such as participation in the implemented R&D projects, performing research/analysis upon customer feedback and performing analysis in the direction of third-party requests are studied.
Eti Maden’s goal in laboratory research is taking standards and quality into consideration to the highest level. Due to this goal, Eti Maden closely monitors the technological developments in the mining sector and continuously improves its laboratories. Objectivity, independence, confidentiality, reliability and quality-oriented approach have been adopted as fundamental service principles in laboratories.