In-House Metallurgy Chemistry Testing Services

Our expert metallurgists use the SPECTROMAXx spectrometer to provide you with a comprehensive in-house chemical analysis that includes precise measurements and rapid turnaround times at an affordable cost.

In-House Metallurgy Chemistry Testing & Lab Services

With the SPECTROMAXx, we can analyze:

  • Cast and wrought aluminum alloys
  • Stainless steel
  • Tool steel
  • Cast irons
  • Alloy steel
  • Plain carbon steel
  • Free cutting steel
  • Brasses and certain copper alloys

Titan Metallurgy maintains strict manufacturer calibration and service intervals to ensure precision and accuracy for all our in-house chemistry testing services. We participate in quarterly interlaboratory studies to analyze unknown sample results. Our results are consistently within one standard deviation of the mean. We also maintain an expansive library of NIST traceable reference standards, ensuring that your sample results are accurate and precise.

Common Chemistry Testing Standards

We test in accordance with the following standards:

  • ASTM E415: Standard Test Method for Analysis of Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel by Spark Atomic Emission Spectrometry
  • ASTM E1086: Standard Test Method Analysis of Austenitic Stainless Steel by Spark Atomic Emission Spectrometry
  • ASTM E1215: Standard Test Method for Analysis of Aluminum Alloys by Spark Atomic Emission Spectrometry
  • DIN EN 15079: Copper and Copper Alloys – Analysis by Spark Optical Emission Spectrometry (S-OES)

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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.