These sites are from companies that make, manufacture, distribute or sell lab instruments for metallurgy and metallurgy testing. All sites must list equipment that would be found in a metals testing or quality assurance lab.
Related categories 1
American Stress Technologies
Residual stress and retained austenite X-Ray products and Barkhausen noise products and residual stress.
Bitec Sample Machining, Inc.
Mechanical test specimen preparation. ISO9002 and GE AS400 certified.
Bulut Makina Ltd.
A manufacturer of hardness testers.
Materials test, using magnetic flux principles.
A range of Brinell Hardness Testing equipment.
Gilmore Diamond Tools
Manufacturer of custom indenters for hardness testing, or research and development.
Martin Metallurgical Supply, Inc.
Suppliers of metallurgical equipment, Hardness Testers, test blocks, and microscopes.
Niton X-ray fluorescence spectrometers, and refurbished portable units for sale, for lead in paint determinations, and heavy metals in for soils, thin films, dust wipes. Based in Toronto, Canada and Perth, Western Australia.
Services offered include mechanical testing of metallic materials including tensile, impact and izod testing, bend, fracture, nick break, hardness testing (Brinell, Vickers and Rockwell) and visual weld inspection.
Newage Testing Instruments Inc.
Hardness testers product and technical reference information: For common and unusual scales and for all tester configurations.
Manufacturer of nondestructive portable testing instruments for metal hardness, concrete properties and paper roll hardness.
Pruftechnik NDT GmbH
Non-destructive, eddy current testing of semi-finished metal products for quality and process control.
R.D. Webb Company
Manufacturer of high temperature inert gas atmosphere and vacuum furnaces for sintering and research.
research and development for the aluminum industry.
Severn Engineering Company
Manufacturers of ferrite and low mu permeability indicators. These instruments are used to measure ferrite content in stainless steel welds and the magnetic permeability of weakly magnetic materials.
Last update:September 9, 2016 at 8:54:11 UTC