At Armstrong Forensic Laboratory, we routinely analyze debris recovered from laundry dryer fires. The clothes dryers we have in our homes heat our clothing to temperatures approaching the ignition temperature of cotton. When there are traces of other contaminants on the clothes, such as residual cooking oils that have a tendency to self-heat, spontaneous combustion fires can occur…. [Read More]
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Best wishes and congratulations to all the attendees at the AAAI’s Alabama Association of Arson Investigators Fall Training Seminar “From the fire scene to the courtroom.”
Congratulations to our own Dr. Andrew T. Armstrong on his appointment to the OSAC subcommittee on Fire Debris and Explosives!
The National Institute on Standards and Technology (NIST) has announced the selections for the Chemistry/Instrumental Analysis Scientific Area Committee Fire Debris and Explosives Subcommittee.
We are delighted to the have the AAFS well represented, and invite you to review the appointments here:
Congratulations to the Oklahoma International Association of Arson Investigators on their 60th annual conference.
Burn To Learn
60th Annual OKIAAI Conference October 29, 30 and 31, 2014
To the members of the IAAI,
Thank You for over 35 years of trust.
From the calls and samples coming in, today must be Vehicle Fluid Friday!
Yes, we will be glad to answer your questions about why to test Vehicle Fluids (gas, diesel, oil, transmission, & brake) and How to collect the samples from different vehicles.
Let us know when you need your results. We can even help you coordinate getting your sample collected.
Learn more about the process at our Vehicle Fluid page
Contact us for a free vehicle fluid collection kit.
Thank you to the Oregon IAAI, International Association of Arson Investigators, for their kind appreciation of our Sponsorship!
We really appreciate your note.
Thank you, Ralph Sartain, for your thoughtfulness. We are proud to support such an amazing organization and keep training costs down for your members.
We just launched our new responsive website to better serve our customers. Check out our webpage on any computer, tablet or mobile device!
Thank you to Wylie Fire Marshal Steve Seddig for letting us contribute to and support the Collin County Fire & Arson Investigation Association(CCFAIA) Train the Trainer Course.
Starting Monday, October 13th, two and a half days of exciting fire dynamics and live burns on multiple units with limited variables, with the opening from State Fire Marshal Chris Connealy.