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Discover the details of non-destructive material characterization

It is not a secret that every industrial business can benefit from non-destructive material characterization. The professionals of IMCE, a company based in Belgium, can help you with guiding you trough this specific technical process. They know everything about the applications of non-destructive material characterization, the theory behind it, which materials are suitable for measuring and much more there is to know. By using this method, it is easier to get an easy overview of the overall quality of the materials of your choosing. Whether you want to know more about the temperature cycle, the frequent aging of a material, the detected fatigue and the levels of radiation for example. Did you know that non-destructive material characterization saves a lot of valuable and useful sources? Read more about the method below and how it can make a change in your industrial business.  

The materials that are fit for this method

IMCE uses non-destructive material characterization for a wide variety of materials. The materials below are just an example of which materials are fit for using this technique:

  • Metals: use internal friction and the reliable Young’s modulus to integrate measurements. The method is perfect for ameliorating the fuel efficiency and for reducing vehicle mass for example. Especially in the automotive industry, metals are fit for using characterization.
  • Ceramics: strains, gradients and differences in temperatures are distinctive for non-destructive material characterization. with this technique, it is possible to learn more about the fundamentals of ceramics.
  • But those are not the only materials you can use for measuring. Think about composites, building materials, coatings and refractories… The co-workers of IMCE are happy to help you with analysing the material of your choosing.

Ask for more details about this method

Are you curious about the other benefits of non-destructive material characterization? Get in touch with the professionals of the company. Just phone them, send them an e-mail or leave your details via the online contact form to learn more.