What is Mechanical Testing?
Mechanical Testing is a process used to determine the mechanical properties of a material. A wide variety of mechanical testing methods can be performed when evaluating a material, some of which may determine the appropriateness of a material subject to corrosion.
Why Use Mechanical Testing Services from the TUV Austria BIC.?
TUV Austria Bureau of Inspection & Certification offers comprehensive capabilities using some of the most advanced equipment. Mechanical Testing Provides validation and confirmation to additive and traditional manufacturing processes related to forces applied in static or dynamic applications.
In addition, a mechanical test can validate newly developed material and process technologies and provide a method of controlling quality. Read More…
Typical Mechanical testing properties include:
- Tensile Strength
- Fracture Toughness
- Impact Resistance
- Stress Rupture
- Substantiation of Fatigue Limits
TUV Austria Bureau of Inspection & Certification conducts various fatigue tests on-site, measuring the materials’ ability to withstand repeated load cycles.
The company is equipped to conduct:
- Component Fatigue Testing
- Fatigue Crack Growth Rate
- Fatigue Toughness Testing
- Fracture Toughness
- Low Cycle Fatigue Testing
- High Cycle Fatigue Testing
These tests can all be performed in high and low-temperature chambers simulating the real-world environment of each underlying part’s end-use.
TUV Austria Bureau of Inspection & Certification also performs tensile testing on-site. It can measure ultimate tensile strength and yield strength or the point at which plastic deformation begins. As part of this process, the TUV Austria Bureau of Inspection & Certification conducts elevated temperature tensile tests as a proven method of evaluating the behavior of materials under a combination of heat and tension.
In addition to fatigue and tensile Testing, TUV Austria Bureau of Inspection & Certification also performs creep testing on-site, allowing the company to measure the tendency of material, after being subjected to high temperatures, to change its form over time. Creep is high-temperature progressive deformation at constant stress.
In addition, to these Mechanical Testing Services, we also offer a range of complimentary services:
- Third-Party Inspection
- Pre-Shipment Inspection
- QA/QC Services
- Lifting Equipment Inspection
- Technical Staffing Services
- Construction Supervision Services
- Technical Manpower Supply Services
- Non-Destructive Testing Services
- Risk-Based Inspection
- Pressure Equipment Directive Certification
- Pressure Vessel Inspection
- Storage Tank Inspection
- Steam Boiler Inspection
- Supplier Expediting Services
- Emission Testing Services
- Plant Safety Services
- Equipment Safety Services
- Vendor Audit Services
- Explosion Protection Services
- Fire Protection Services
- Communication Tower Inspections
- Asset Integrity Services
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