When a company needs to test a material under conditions that simulate extreme real-world requirements, Ultra Temperature Chests offer the most effective means of subjecting samples to a multitude of temperature and humidity levels to greatly enhance understanding of the durability of materials. With the ability to reach any temperature up to 300℃, Torontech’s Ultra Temperature Chest is made from stainless steel plates that are corrosion resistant and its protection module is able to withstand up to 500V to ensure safe voltage and protect the operator from high temperatures.
X-rays are the most extensive non-destructive technique for scanning and imaging, whether companies are testing the solidity of the materials that support infrastructure, or undertaking medical imaging procedures such as computed tomography. X-ray generators and tubes are often used to scan behind the surfaces of structures to detect defects and flaws in resources such as pipelines, high-pressure containers, boilers, airplane hauls, vehicles, and bridges.
To determine the amount of impact a piece of steel can absorb before breaking, companies use the Charpy pendulum impact test method. This test consists of breaking a notched test piece with a single blow from a swinging pendulum in order to determine the energy absorbed in the impact.
To rely on the strength of the materials used to construct the buildings we live and work in, we need to be able to test its resilience under extreme conditions. Vicat testing is used to determine the point at which materials such as cement paste, mortar, and hard plastic are expected to weaken at elevated temperatures.