What are the benefits of non-destructive material characterization?

Are you looking for a professional company that can help you with non-destructive material characterization? Let us introduce you to IMCE, an experienced business in Belgium. With a small object, non-destructive material characterization can be used to detect useful and relevant materials. With a laser vibrometer, microphone or other piece of equipment, it is possible to analyse upcoming vibrations which can tell you more about the quality of a material. Non-destructive material characterization can analyse test aging, fatigue, radiation or the temperature cycle. IMCE, based in Belgium, uses a minimal time management and saves a lot of useful resources. The used materials of non-destructive material characterization can be used for steel, ceramics, cast iron and other materials. 

How does this technique measure the components?

Non-destructive material characterization is one of the most useful ways to detect thermological and mechanical properties of the chosen material. The impulse excitation technique is used for the well-known Poisson’s ratio, internal friction, Young’s modules, shear modulus and other applications. After the detailed analyses, IMCE offers a client-friendly software to analyse other aspects of material characterization, such as the resonant frequency to determine the elastic properties. Whatever your niche technical business, non-destructive material characterization is possible for a wide variety of applications.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with the co-workers of this company

Non-destructive material characterization is used to measure elastic and damping properties. The large temperature range and limited restrictions on sample types are more benefits of this specialisation. Do you want to know more about this fast and easily accessible measurement technique? The co-workers of the company will tell you more about non-destructive material characterization. Get in touch with them by phoning them, send them an e-mail or leave your personal details of your company behind via the online contact form to obtain more information.