Metallurgy Mechanical Testing Services

Our metallurgy mechanical testing lab provides insight into the material properties associated with your product. Properties such as tensile strength, yield strength, elongation, reduction of area, impact strength, and hardness are gathered to help with design factors or process auditing. The various mechanical testing associated with each property is carried out with specific sample geometries and testing constraints.

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Mechanical Testing Lab Standards

When you work with Titan Metallurgy, you can be sure your metals testing meets common ATSM international standards and is completed on time and on budget. Our metallurgy mechanical testing lab offers charpy impact testing, hardness testing, tensile testing, and microhardness testing to the standards below. If you don’t see what you are looking for, contact us and we may be able to accommodate other specifications as well.

Charpy Impact Mechanical Testing

  • ASTM E23

Hardness Mechanical Testing

  • ASTM E18 (Rockwell Hardness Testing)
  • ASTM A370 (Rockwell Hardness Testing)
  • ASTM E10 (Brinell Hardness Testing)
  • ASTM A370 (Brinell Hardness Testing)

Tensile Mechanical Testing

  • ASTM A370
  • ASTM E8/E8M

Microhardness  Mechanical Testing

  • ASTM E384 (Vickers Hardness Testing)
  • ASTM E384 (Knoop Hardness Testing)
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Metallurgy Mechanical Destructive Testing (DT) Services
Metallurgy Mechanical Destructive Testing (DT) Services

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Please complete this form with basic information about the testing or analysis you need. We typically respond within one business day by phone or email to discuss your requirements and finalize details to complete your order.

Please note: Titan Metallurgy typically focuses on metals for industrial use, although we do enjoy a bit of historical metallurgy from time to time. Unfortunately, we can’t date or value metals or minerals and don’t have the ability to test rock, ore, or meteorites.