Cetim-Cermat is able to respond to your questions relating to corrosion tests, whether in terms of a standardised service provision, in terms of choice of material(s) or coating(s), or in terms of technical support to define and implement specific tests.
These tests are perfectly defined through standards (ISO, AFNOR, ASTM and NACE) or specifications. The following can be mentioned:
Pitting Test highlighting the non-passivated characteristic of a stainless steel tube
These tests allow access to certain parameters characteristic of the various forms of corrosion :
Resistance Test to dezincification (brass) on coated samples
These measures can be used to monitor a complex test
Determining which grade of stainless steel can withstand a waterborne paint
Checking the corrosion resistance of a new coating by electrical impedance
These tests are defined after considering the risk of corrosion (which form(s) of corrosion and in which area (s)?) related to conditions of use.
In this case, all conditions can be envisaged, whether it is the duration or the assembly.
We possess an autoclave made of Hastelloy C276, ready to test different materials in aggressive environments (see below the features of the device).
Whether it relies in the choice of materials or simply verifying the quality of your suppliers’ parts, we are here to help you determine which test, especially in terms of duration, is best suitable for you.
Confined boiling test specially designed for a mixture of strong acids.
Resistance to corrosion test in deionised water of a thin cobalt based alloy tube