Detailed investigation and aluminium testing

Detailed investigation and aluminium testing

You’re under pressure to solve material problems but you don’t have the technical knowledge or the specialist equipment to do so. You need an expert in aluminium testing to turn your samples around quickly and offer advice as well as test results.

Your Problem

Your process has produced a non-conforming product and you’ve no idea why.

How we can help

Our extensive in-house characterisation and analysis capabilities will help you get to the root cause of the problem. However, we understand that involving us will be an extra cost. Therefore, to give you the very best value for money, we will use our product expertise and knowledge of end-use applications to interpret your test results and provide you with sound, impartial recommendations, rather than just data.

We have expertise and practical experience in almost all aluminium products and processes. We’d be happy to come to your plant and investigate the problem in situ as well as carry out testing in our labs.

Your Problem

A customer has reported a failure with one of your products and they’ve stopped their line. You need to react quickly.

How we can help

Sometimes we find that it’s the processing conditions, rather than the material, that causes a failure. Our analytical facilities, together with our knowledge of end-user processing, can independently assess this for you and your customer. We understand that a speedy response is critical, so we will deliver our findings as quickly as possible.

Your Problem

Products fabricated from one particular raw material supplier are showing higher than normal failure rates.

How we can help

Using our extensive in-house aluminium testing facilities, we can characterise your raw materials. This ‘fingerprinting’ of your suppliers’ products allows you to detect subtle changes made during their manufacturing process and react accordingly.

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