Through chemical analysis, the composition of the material under test is determined. The chemical composition of a metal alloy is the starting point for a correct classification of the material itself.
Chemical Analysis Metal Alloys
Various investigative techniques are used: solid quantum chemical analysis by means of Optical Emission Spectrometry (EOS), wet analysis by means of Plasma Emission Spectrometry (ICP), determination of gases such as C, S, O, N, H, through the use of determiners.
All investigations are carried out at the Group’s laboratories with the possibility of on-site chemical analysis using a portable spectrometer.
Checking the Cleanliness of Washing & Contamination Tests
These activities are mainly required by sectors such as mechanics and automotive, where a check for the presence of more or less fine polluting particles affects the efficiency and performance of both the product and the system within which the artefact is placed.
Pmax Gravimetric Contamination Test (Washing, Filtration and Particle Counting)
Suitability for Food Contact
Food Contact Suitability – Stainless Steel – Release Test According to DM 258 of 21/12/2010
Food Contact Suitability – Aluminium – Release Test According to DM 76 of 18/04/2007
Food Contact Suitability – Ferro Alloys, Low alloy steel, Carbon Steel, Cast Iron – Release Test EU Regulation 1935/2004