North China University Of Technology Completes Installation And Commissioning Of Cone Calorimeter

North China University of Science and Technology, referred to as North China University of Technology, is located in Tangshan City, Hebei Province. It was formerly known as Hebei United University and was formed by the former Hebei University of Science and Technology and North China Coal Medical College.

The history of North China University of Technology can be traced back to Tianjin Beiyang Western Academy of Mining, which was founded in 1895. It is a coordinated development of engineering, medicine, science, economics, management, literature, law, and art. It has international student education, Provincial key backbone universities at all levels of education, including graduate education, undergraduate education, and continuing education. The school is a university jointly established by the State Administration of Work Safety, the National Defense Technology Industry Administration of the People's Republic of China, and the People's Government of Hebei Province. It is the second batch of outstanding engineer education programs and the first batch of outstanding doctor education programs. Project pilot universities.

As of August 2016, the school has more than 52,000 full-time students. The old campus covers an area of ​​more than 2700 acres, with a construction area of ​​more than 1.1 million square meters. The total value of teaching and scientific research equipment is 751 million yuan. The new campus is located in Tangshan Bay Ecological City, covering an area of ​​4,500 acres, with a construction area of ​​more than 1 million square meters.

In August 2016, Motis Combustion Technology won the bid for the North China University of Technology Cone Calorimeter Project. Due to the delay in the school's relocation, the installation and commissioning of the Cone Calorimeter has been completed. After training from North China University of Technology by Mortis, teachers and students have initially mastered the use and calibration of the cone calorimeter. It is believed that in later applications, Mortis's cone calorimeter will be used for North China University of Technology. The research on flame retardant topics provides very beneficial scientific tools.

Motis Fire Technology (china) Co,.Itd was established in 2008. It is a 100% Chinese national enterprise. Its product brand is "Mortis" and its meaning is Metis. She was a goddess of hydrology and wisdom in ancient Greek mythology. It is the daughter of Oceanic God of Oceania and Oceanis Goddess, and the mother of Athena. She is the smartest of all creatures. The moral of the "Mortis" brand is that our goal is to create humanized and intelligent test equipment. At the same time, when we go abroad and promote the brand, it is easy to increase the awareness of overseas markets and avoid Ambiguity from brand literal translation.

Since its establishment, Mordis Combustion Technology (China) Co., Ltd. has many well-known users in China, such as the Sichuan Fire Research Institute of the Ministry of Public Security, the Tianjin Fire Research Institute of the Ministry of Public Security, the Shanghai Fire Research Institute of the Ministry of Public Security, the Shenyang Fire Research Institute of the Ministry of Public Security, China National Institute of Standardization, China Academy of Railway Sciences, Far East Fire Detection Center of China Classification Society, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Science and Technology of China, Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University of Science and Technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Zhejiang University of Technology, Zhongyuan Institute of Technology, CSR, Germany TUV SÜD, Switzerland SGS Standard Technical Service Co., Ltd., Qingdao Sifang Vehicle Research Institute, etc., Motis is committed to providing high-quality combustion testing instruments, providing the most flame-retardant materials and combustion testing research in China. Powerful scientific research and testing weapons.

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