Meritics is a privately owned business that supplies characterisation instrumentation and laboratory services. Our specialist team has over 100 years of combined experience in all aspects of material and particle characterisation, including laboratory work, product development and training.
With over 30 years of experience in the field of particle and material characterisation, Brian founded Meritics, in 2003. Passionate about particle characterisation, Brian is the Secretary of the RSC’s Particle Characterisation Interest Group and has published more than 35 papers in the field.
“We solve our customers’ greatest challenges in terms of accuracy, repeatability and reliability.”
Founding Managing Director
Steven has played a key role in the growth of Meritics since joining the firm over a decade ago. Today, Steven’s focus is on providing the very best solutions and innovative products for our customers and by supporting our service and sales personnel with his extensive experience in the particle characterisation field.
With a laboratory background, Caroline’s skills and experience in sales, customer service and administration keep the business firmly on track.
Laboratory and Quality Manager
When it comes to particle characterisation laboratories, Robert has over 30 years’ experience in the field. With expertise in samples and calibration, control material preparation, certification, method development and validation as well as product development and proficiency testing schemes, Robert is a certified ISO quality auditor and health and safety assessor.
Joining the business during its inaugural year, David is a professional fixer – dedicated to providing exemplary customer service and support. With over 15 years’ experience in particle characterisation instrumentation, David is an expert in his field.
Dr. Megan Cox
Newest member of the team. Megan obtained a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Nottingham, with over 5-years’ experience working with membrane proteins. Megan’s role is to use her biological expertise to assess instrument parameters for biological entities.