Selection of parameters and implementation of heat treatment
Heat treatment often keeps technologists and designers awake at night, which is why Machinefish Materials & Technologies provides support in the selection of parameters and the implementation of heat treatment of prototypes and small series of elements.
Heat treatment procedures (maximum temperature 1300°C):
➝ quenching and tempering
➝ heat and end-to-end refining
➝ hyper quenching and ageing
➝ heat treatment furnace Nabertherm N31/H with controller 3504 and protective atmosphere
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of filter filters
The Machinefish laboratory has the equipment that enables the qualitative and quantitative analysis of filter filters. The entire surface of the filter is subjected to careful microscopic observations (digital microscopy or scanning electron microscope), which allow to divide the registered particles into fractions according to size, quantity, chemical composition, material group and type (metallic, non-metallic, fibers).
➝ Phenom XL scanning microscope with EDS / EDX microanalyzer of chemical composition with a module for filter analysis, taking into account the requirements of VDA 19.2 and ISO 16232 (full quantitative and qualitative analysis);
➝ Keyence VHX 6000 digital microscope with a module for quantitative filter analysis along with the division of recorded particles into categories: metallic, non-metallic and fibers
Research carried out according to individual customer requirements
We deal with the organization of atypical research carried out for the individual needs of clients. We create a research model, select devices, and design a stand in order to optimally reproduce the actual phenomenon, the nature of the device’s operation or the load on the machine.
Making strength samples
The laboratory has a machine park that allows the production of strength samples (or other types) of both standardized sizes and non-standard shapes.
Carrying out measurements of the thickness of coatings
Coating thickness measurements are both a method of verifying the correctness of the material coating processes performed, as well as determining the compliance of receipt of deliveries of details with specific requirements.
➝ thickness measurement using the microscopic method
➝ thickness measurement by scanning electron microscopy
➝ determination of unit mass by weight method on the basis of mass loss (gravimetric)
➝ non-destructive measurement of coating thickness with the use of magnetic induction or eddy currents