Spectral analysis and microanalysis of the chemical composition
Spectral analysis of chemical composition with an optical spectrometer with glow discharge allows for a quantitative analysis of the elemental composition of metal alloys. The accuracy of analysis allows the determination of the type of test material with respect to the relevant standards.
EDS/EDX microanalysis is a method used mainly for making local analyses of chemical composition when the area to be analysed is very small (even several micrometres) or the analysed substance is, for example, a precipitate.
test of chemical composition of iron alloys (steels, cast steels, cast irons)
test of chemical composition of aluminium alloys
tests of chemical composition of copper alloys
tests of chemical composition of titanium alloys
ests of chemical composition of titanium alloys
microanalysis of impurities, corrosion products, fine particles from chemical processes and phases present in metal alloys (surface, point, linear microanalysis)
analysis of the chemical composition of steel, cast steels and cast irons by the method of atomic emission spectrometry with glow excitation in the ranges of the content of individual elements included in the scope of accreditation