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CORROSION TESTING

Corrosion Testing Laboratories offers testing of materials to verify conformation to various industry standards. CTL can certify materials meeting Corrosion and Material specifications for standards such as ASTM, NACE, MTI, ISO, ASME, AWS, API, as well as custom corrosion testing.

Corrosion Testing Laboratories is capable of performing a wide range of laboratory testing from standard ASTM, DOT/EPA, and NACE test procedures to customized test programs. Four general areas of testing include: electrochemical, DOT corrosivity, heat transfer and immersion test.

 

Brief Listing of Corrosion Tests

Sample Reports of Corrosion Tests

ASTM G 36 - Stress Corrosion Cracking in a Boiling Magnesium Chloride Solution
ASTM F2129 - Electrochemical Corrosion Testing of Surgical Implants
ASTM G28 Detecting Susceptibility to Intergranular Corrosion
 

 

LABORATORY RESEARCH

DOT/EPA Corrosivity Tests

CTL performs the InVitro Corrositex synthetic skin test and the metal tests for determination of DOT corrosivity per CFR Title 49, Chapter I, Section 173.137, and the Corrosivity Towards Steel test per EPA Publication SW-846, Method 1110.

Electrochemistry

Tests include a full range of DC corrosion tests; i.e. polarization, potentiostatic, galvanic, etc., critical pitting/crevice temperature, and inhibitor testing. These tests yield quick, valuable information concerning the corrosion behavior of an alloy to a specific environment.

Heat Transfer Tests (Hot Wall Tests)

Heat transfer tests consist of a flat test specimen with one side exposed to the test solution. The test solution is heated through the test specimen by attaching a heater to opposite side of the specimen simulating heat transfer conditions in an externally heated vessel. These test may be performed from ambient pressure to 100 psi.

Immersion Tests

CTL performs a vast array of immersion testing from simple "dunk tests" to complicated multi phase process simulations. These tests include ASTM, NACE, ISO, and MTI test procedures. Metallic and non-metallic materials are tested as required.

 

STANDARDIZED LABORATORY TECHNIQUES AND TEST METHODS

 

CTL In-House

Immersion Testing (SIT)

Corrosion Testing of Non-Metallics (NMT)

Multi-Phase Corrosion Testing (MPT)

Non-Metallic Corrosion Test Rating System (NMCT)

Slow Strain Rate Testing (SSRT)

Lubricant Hydrolysis (LH)

Stress Corrosion Cracking Wick Testing (WT)

Constant Temp. Bath Immersion Testing (CTB)

Hot Wall Testing  (HWT)

Hydrogen Induced Cracking (HIC) Testing

Glass Multi-Specimen Testing (GMST)

Water Extractions Methods for Solid Samples (WE)

Acceptance Testing (SSAT)

DOT Metal Test (DOT)

Crevice Corrosion Testing (CCT)

DOT Skin Test (DOT)

Examination and Evaluation of Pitting (PIT)

Atmospheric Testing (AT)

Potentiodynamic Polarization Testing (PPT)

Velocity Testing (VT)

Severe Wastewater Accelerated Test (SWAT)  

 

ASTM

A90/A90M Weight of Zinc Coatings

G5 Potentiostatic/Potentiodynamic Anodic Polarization

A262 Practice A (Oxalic Acid Etch)

G28 Method A (Ferric Sulfate/Sulfuric Acid)

A262 Practice B (Streicher Test)

G28 Method B (PEMT)

A262 Practice C (Huey Test)

G31 Immersion Testing

A262 Practice E (Modified Strauss Test)

G36 Boiling Magnesium Chloride

A380 Cleaning and Descaling Stainless Steels

G44 Alternate Immersion Testing

A923 SSAT Duplex  Stainless Steels

G47 Stress Corrosion Cracking of Aluminum

B813 Liquid and Paste Fluxes for Soldering Copper

G48 Method A (Ferric Chloride Pitting)

B154 Mercurous Nitrate – Copper and Copper Alloys

G48 Method B (Ferric Chloride Crevice)

C871 Extraction of Leachable Ions

G48 Method C (Ferric Chloride Critical Pitting)

 

G48 Method D (Ferric Chloride Critical Crevice Temperature)

 

G49 Constant Load Test

D2240 Rubber Property Durometer Hardness

G61 Cyclic Potentiodynamic Polarization

D2583 Barcol Hardness

G71 Galvanic Couple Test

D4340 Pressurized Hot Wall

G75 Miller Wear Test

E3 Standard Metallographic Practice

G102 Calculation of Corrosion Rates from E/C Measurements

E45 Inclusion Content

G108 E/C Reactivation for Detecting Sensitization

E112 Grain Size

G123 Boiling Sodium/Calcium/Lithium Chloride

F746 Medical Implants

G150 Critical Pitting Temperature

F2129 E/C Testing of Surgical Implants

 

G1 Preparation, Cleaning, Evaluating Test Specimens

 

G3 Conventions Applicable to E/C Measurements

 

 

 NACE

ISO

OTHER

TM0169 Standard Immersion

ISO 6509 Dezincification of Brass

Corrositex™ Assay

TM0174 Protective Coatings

 

DuPont SW800M SSAT

TM0177 Sulfide Stress Corrosion

 

DuPont  SW1P Ferroxyl Test

TM0284 Resistance to Hydrogen Induced Cracking (HIC)

 

 

 

MTI

EPA

 

MTI – 1 Standard Immersion

Method 1110 Corrosivity Towards Steel

 

MTI – 2 Ferric Chloride Crevice

Method 9031 Extractable Sulfides

 

MTI – 3 Boiling Magnesium Chloride

 

 

 

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