TUV Rheinland Rail Sciences (TUV-RSI) is a premier engineering consulting firm specializing in materials testing, failure analysis, accident investigation, and mechanical design.
TUV-RSI has just installed a NEW glow discharge spectrometer in their new lab facility in La Vista, Nebraska. The addition of the spectrometer allows for advanced chemical analysis services.
- Innovative design eliminates previous limitations associated with CCD systems
- Optimum wavelength range forproduction and process control
- Stability, flexibility, and performance for ferrous and nonferrous applications
|Allows for advanced chemical analysis of:
- Stainless Steels
- Cast Irons
- Aluminum Alloys
- Copper Alloys
- Nickel Alloys (Superalloys)
TUV-RSI has the capability to perform Optical Emission Spectroscopy for quantitative chemical analysis. We can also apply Energy Dispersive X-ray Techniques for qualitative analysis.
Using Optical Emission Spectroscopy we can analyze plain carbon steel, stainless steel and malleable iron to determine the percentage of alloying elements such as carbon, sulphur, manganese, vanadium, chromium, boron, tungston, aluminum, magnesium, copper and zinc. The partial results of a chemical analysis are shown below:
TUV-RSI has the ability to identify several elements (heavier than Sodium) thru Energy Dispersive X-ray Techniques, or EDAX. EDAX is commonly used during Scanning Eelectron Microscopy to identify foreign materials such as inclusions or various corrosive elements. The following are two examples of EDAX analysis: