Verifying the Alterations to Metal Properties
Steel, iron, and other metals are hard and strong by nature, but some applications require more durable or corrosion-resistant metals that can be attained by heat treating. LTI tests materials following heat treatment to verify mechanical properties and resistance to corrosion or to detect surface and subsurface discontinuities.
Testing the Process
- Hardness testing is performed by Rockwell, Brinell & Superficial methods.
- Tensile testing is provided for the smallest fasteners up to large diameter tubing and bolts on machines ranging in capacity from 100 lbs. up to 400,000 lbs.
- Fracture toughness testing
- Salt spray / Salt fog testing
- Metallurgical testing
- Fluorescent penetrant testing
- Magnetic particle inspection
Let our machinists prepare your test specimens for time savings and convenience. If materials fail to perform to expectations, our materials engineers can investigate to determine the root cause of the failure.
One-stop for Temperature Calibration Too
The field technicians at LTI Metrology, our calibration division, provide pyrometry services to let you know if your furnaces, controllers and other temperature equipment are operating efficiently and accurately. When needed, our technicians can provide adjustments and repairs while at your facility for temperature consistency throughout your equipment.
- Uniformity Surveys
- Temperature Controllers
- Recorders (Temperature, Digital, Chart)
- System Accuracy Tests
We are qualified to perform Uniformity Surveys on many types of furnaces and ovens, including curing and drying ovens, batch furnaces, tooling furnaces and drying ovens. Surveys are performed according to AMS 2750D pyrometry requirements for reliability.