Spectro Analysis

Quality Control Down to the Molecular Level

Precisions Casting of Tennessee's metal chemical analysis services offer accurate analysis of everyday casting production, as well as value-added customer service and quality assurance. Our two optical emission spectrometers can measure the elemental composition of any low alloy, high alloy, stainless steel, tool steel, or precipitation hardening steel.

PCT can also spectro analyze nickel based, cobalt based, bronze, and cast iron materials such as ductile iron. Whether metal chemical analysis is required in-house or at customer request, PCT adheres to a host of NIST and BS reference standards to ensure each spectro analysis is accurate beyond industry standards.

Contact our metallurical laboratory for more information on spectro analysis and other metal chemical analysis services.

 

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