Material identification is used across various industries, including Aerospace, Medical Device, Manufacturing and Energy and more, to verify and identify materials. Material Identification is typically comprised of a testing that assists in identifying different material properties of raw materials or finished products. Accutek’s comprehensive material identification services include hardness testing, chemical analysis, tensile testing and charpy impact testing.
Cobalt Chrome Casting
Machined tensile test specimen
Tensile test specimen after testing
Quality Assurance is a critical component of Accutek’s Testing Services. Accutek’s Quality Assurance System is maintained in accordance with ISO 17025 and Nadcap.
Accutek offers the following hardness testing methods Brinell, Rockwell, Microhardness and Shore Durometer. Hardness testing is used to determine the material characteristics of metals and alloys. Accutek Testing Laboratory is a NADCAP ISO/IEC accredited laboratory. All hardness testing machines at Accutek are calibrated to the A2LA standards, to ensure accurate results.
Accutek provides chemical analysis services on metals, alloys and other materials. Chemical Analysis testing is one method of material identification to ensure compliance with quality standards and confirm material properties. A minimum 25 grams of material is required to perform chemical analysis testing.
Accutek’s accredited lab offers tensile testing services from mere ounces to 60,000+ lbs. From specimen machining, and specialized fixture design and fabrication, to the actual testing and reporting, our skilled technicians have the knowledge and experience to handle your tensile testing project from start to finish. Our facility is equipped with all the resources necessary to carry out your tensile tests.
Charpy Impact Testing
Accutek’s NIST Certified Charpy V-Notch testing services offer you a cost effective method for measuring the relative toughness of a material. Accutek performs charpy impact testing in accordance with ASTM E23, which governs details like notch dimensions and sample size. Charpy testing can be performed on metals, polymers, composites and ceramics.