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High-Temperature Materials Testing

In many industrial applications improved efficiency and results can be achieved through fabrication or testing at higher temperatures. These applications, such as hot working of metals, catalytic processing to remove harmful greenhouse gases, or petrochemical processing all require materials that maintain their strength at high temperatures. Thus, it is useful to be able to test and compare materials under high-temperature service conditions.

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Comparison of hardness measured at elevated temperatures for three different alloys using the HBB test method.

The UMT TriboLab is a modular, versatile mechanical tester capable of simulating a vast number of high-temperature industrial applications, on materials ranging from plastics to soft metals to super-alloys.

 

Click the link below to learn more about low high-temperature materials testing using Bruker’s UMT Tribolab.

 

Hot Hardness Testing

 

Hot Rolling Studies

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Hardness and wear testing can be conducted on the same sample. Shown: UMT 1000°C rotary chamber.
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Figure 1. Passive roller system used for simulation of hot rolling.

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