Tensile Testing Taylor Michigan

Tensile Testing in Taylor, Michigan

Tensile Testing is performed to ASTM, JIS or DIN standards.

Metallographic Testing

Section, Mount, and Polish
Micrography
An inverted microscope is used to view mounted and polished specimens at very high magnifications.  This is done to analyze such things as: microstructures, grain size, non-metallic inclusion content, surface discontinuities, case depth, and depth of decarburization.  Micrography is typically used as part of failure analysis.
Macrography
Visual and low magnification observations are made to examine specimens for such things as: surface conditions, fracture surfaces (fracture modes), small markings, and thread inspection.  Macrography is typically used as part of failure analysis.
Failure Analysis
Failure analysis uses metallurgical techniques to determine the causes of part and material failures.  This process can involve all of the testing described above.
Technical Report
A technical report is typically associated with a failure analysis process.  It details the steps performed and routinely includes several photographs.  A technical report includes a conclusion detailing the findings.