Destructive Tests

PMI Carbon Chemical Analysis

In SolCoLab®, we analyze the chemical composition of ferrous materials using the LIBS technique (laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy).

We possess exclusive portable equipment capable of measuring elements such as carbon, sulfur, and phosphorus. These measurements are commonly employed in smelting companies and workshops and are applicable in both dry and humid environments.

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Microhardness Control

In some cases, surface analysis may not detect complex failures. Our technology enables us to assess deeper issues through detailed testing applied to the studied part.

Metallographic Analysis

Metallographic analysis serves not only to detect failures but also to determine the residual life of components, alloy composition, resistance and conditions in both, new and used parts. Place your trust in our expert team and eliminate guesswork.

Mechanical Tensile Test

A straightforward and traditional uniaxial tensile test enables us to determine the material properties under analysis. Some of these parameters include the elastic limit, yield strength, ultimate tensile strength, and elongation.

Mechanical Bend Test

Bend tests are typically employed in the qualification procedures of welders. It is the simplest test that enables us to measure the penetration and quality of a welded joint.

Mechanical Impact Test

It is crucial to consider the impact resistance of various alloys. The absorbed energy from an impact is a measure of tenacity. This measurement holds significant importance in applications where combining resistance, hardness, and impact is essential.

Fatigue Test

In the world of engineering, when operating conditions shift from quasi-static to dynamic, and alternating loads come into play, it's crucial to adapt the design to ensure proper strength and longevity, thus preventing fatigue damage.

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