Micron Inc. is an Independent Analytical Laboratory that provides material testing & micro-structure analysis, identifying the Physical, Chemical, and Mechanical Properties of a Material. Micron’s experienced staff is equipped with a top of the line facility and the knowledge to guide clients through the testing process.
RJ Lee Group is an industrial forensics analytical laboratory and scientific consulting firm located in the Greater Pittsburgh area. We partner with our clients to deal with problems encountered during the manufacturing process, to ensure regulatory compliance, and to uncover and understand the... Read More
Quad Group, Inc. pioneered stud pull over 35 years ago and is a leading manufacturer of adhesion, adherence and material characterization testers. The Romulus Universal Tester performs a multitude of tests simply by changing platforms. Examples of testing capabilities include Stud Pull coating... Read More
TEC provides both X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis systems and services for measuring residual and loading stresses created in metals and ceramics through manufacturing processes like welding, heat-treating, grinding electroplating, machining, and shot peening. TEC is accredited by the...
Failure Inspections & Evidence Inspections are frequently held on site at Micron's Independent Lab. (incl. electronics,metallography,fire investigation). On site sample preparation incl. sectioning, grinding, polishing, etching, filtering, ect. SEM, EDS, X-rays, Hardness, FTIR, Auger, DSC, TGA... Read More
Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) aids in surface analysis by obtaining high-resolution, three-dimensional-like images of solid samples. The resulting image depicts Variations of a material's surface topography in levels of grey. Details as small as 70 angstroms can be resolved on most... Read More
Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDS) extends the usefulness of SEM in that elemental analysis & chemical characterization can be performed within regions as small as a few cubic micrometers. All elements from boron through the periodic table can be detected with sensitivities of... Read More