Metals and Mining

SUS and SS Stainless Steel Metals Testing

Delve into the critical testing processes for stainless steel, including chemical composition analysis, mechanical testing, corrosion resistance testing, and weldability testing, to guarantee its quality, performance, and compliance with industry standards.

close-up view of stainless steel chain links

Metals Fatigue Testing

No matter, if your metals are copper, steel, or bronze, fatigue testing of metals, evaluates how metals behave under repeated cyclic loading.  Fatigue testing helps engineers and researchers understand how a material's mechanical properties change over time,...

a Line of metal, machined parts

What is Erichsen Test Equipment?

The Erichsen 430P, a scratch hardness tester, is a motorized testing instrument used to test the resistance to scratches and cuts that plastic or varnished surfaces have. It tests panels of differing thicknesses by performing single, parallel, and cross-cuts....

Corrosion Testing of Metals | Metal Testing

Corrosion testing is done to ensure all metals, platings, and coatings adhere to the highest performance standards, and helps manufacturers understand just how their materials will hold up under certain conditions. Corrosion tests involve salt spray testing and...

Metallurgical Testing

Metallurgical testing is a type of testing performed on metallic materials to study their physical and chemical properties and behaviors. This testing of metals is done to determine: flaws, either internally or on the surface, what a material is made of, failure...

What is XRD Analysis?

XRD analysis, short for X-ray diffraction analysis, is an analytical technique used for the identification of crystalline material. XRD can provide information such as cell dimensions, atomic arrangement, size, phase, etc. XRD is commonly used for phase...

illustration of an X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) system. It showcases the setup within a laboratory environment, including the X-ray tube, crystalline sample mounted on a goniometer, and the detector for the diffracted X-rays.

Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy Analysis

A Deep Dive into Enhancing Analytical Capabilities with AAS In the realm of contract laboratory services, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) stands out as a cornerstone analytical technique, offering unparalleled precision in the detection and quantification of...


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