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Metals, Alloys, Composites & Ceramics

To meet current technological challenges, structural materials, such as steels, superalloys and ceramics, need to be stronger, lighter, cheaper and lend themselves to re-use and recycling. This drives your need for a deeper understanding of materials structure, chemistry and properties . Whether you need to control product quality by analysing non-metallic inclusions, understand the structure of alloys and ceramics, control the quality of finished goods, or analyse texture and cleanliness to develop high-performance steels and advanced alloys, our solutions enable you to achieve your goals.

Understanding the chemistry and structure of materials is key to understanding their behaviour

Material Composition and Structure

The true test of a material is how it behaves under the conditions that it will be exposed to during its lifetime

Mechanical and Electrical Properties

For volume production, ensuring consistency and quality of materials is key

Metal Cleanliness