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Metals and Ceramics

Metal-related requests commonly involve materials composition checking, mechanical properties evaluation and accelerated corrosion testing. We also provide more in-depth studies such as micro-structure analysis, wedding and brazing joint evaluation and corrosion products study.

Metals and Ceramics

Ceramic is another classic material that has a long history in human society. Technological advancements have enabled this classic material to be employed in the emerging manufacturing activities and products, with applications ranging from ceramic tools to watch components. Meanwhile, the forming of ceramic components has also evolved from traditional sintering to advanced powder forming production techniques. In response to the ongoing development on its uses, ASMAC work hand in hand with the industry to provide new analytical techniques apart from the regular testing services we have long operated to the industry.

Application Examples

  • Purity evaluations of precious metals
  • Quantitative composition measurement and classification of bulk metal alloys
  • Carbon, Sulphur and Phsophours content measurement in steel samples
  • Grading of metals according to specifications
  • Semi-quantitative non-destructive composition measurement at localized area
  • Cast depth measurement
  • Various hardness standards testing
  • Various tensile standards testing
  • Various impact testing
  • Accelerated corrosion testing and products grading
  • Corrosion site inspection
  • Chemical analysis and composition evaluation of corrosion products at corrosion site
  • Grain structure analysis of metals
  • Composition distribution at wedding/brazing joints
  • Void observation at welding/brazing joints
  • Metals and ceramics powder distribution measurement
  • True density measurement for powders, green body and feedstock
  • Density measurement of bulk metals and ceramics
  • Grain size measurement for ceramic materials
  • Fracture strength measurement for ceramics
  • Crystal structure evaluation for metals and ceramics