Do you want to know more about non-destructive material characterization?

Non-destructive material characterization has more benefits for industrial businesses than you would think. IMCE, a professional business from Genk in Belgium, has a lot of experience with this specific method and ground-breaking technique. It allows professionals to detect mechanical and thermo aspects of a chosen material. They are specialized in detailed measurement systems that can analyse the materials you need to investigate on quality and durability. Using non-destructive material characterization is a good way to start learning more about the products of your industrial business.  With this technique, an impulse excitation method is used during the process. It is possible to use this method together with internal friction, shear modulus, Young’s modulus and Poisson’s ratio modulus. Are you curious about the materials that are suited for non-destructive material characterization? Read more below.

Which materials to use

Non-destructive material characterization can be used for a wide variety of materials. At IMCE, based in Belgium, they can help you with the following materials for example:

Refractories: these microstructures are a perfect fit for non-destructive material characterization. By detecting their thermo and mechanical characteristics, it is possible to analyse thermal stresses during the cooling process of their fabrication. Characterization helps to improve high-temperature performance of castable and refractory materials and different products.

Coatings: non-destructive material characterization can be used on hard coatings on metals and ceramics. It’s a safe way to control the design and application of the coatings systems. The impulse excitation technique from IMCE is a reliable way to analyse coating properties.

Metals, ceramics, composites and building materials are also suitable for non-destructive material characterization.

Get in touch and ask for more information

Do you need more information about non-destructive material characterization before you get started? The professionals of the company have an answer to every question. Simply fill in the online contact form, phone them or send them an e-mail.