AEIS carries out various types of mechanical testing services in accordance with various standards such as ASTM, API, ASME, AMS, MIL and client-issued specifications.
At AEIS, data is obtained through conducted metallurgical testing via our in-house, state-of-the-art engineering materials laboratory. Data is then analyzed to provide a comprehensive report of findings to determine the condition of industrial components.
AEIS performs optical emission spectroscopy, x-ray flourescence analysis, EDS, combustion analysis, wet chemical analysis, salt spray testing to determine the composition and state of a variety of materials.
Specializing in non-destructive testing (NDT), AEIS performs ultrasonic, magnetic particle, dye penetrant, radiographic, eddy current phased-array ultrasonic testing and visual inspections to determine the quality, service-life and safety of project materials.
AEIS has a fully equipped Corrosion testing lab where a variety of tests are conducted to determine the corrosion resistance of materials, corrosion prevention coating and plating and extent of corrosion damage.
AEIS performs tensile, Charpy V-notch, bend, hardness, shear break, nick break, weldabiliy, tube-to-tubesheet, stud welds and sheet metal testing to evaluate a variety of welded joints or components.
AEIS evaluates the characteristics of machined components to ensure compliance with a project's specifications and the established design. The geometry of materials such as length, width, height and angles are evaluated to thouroughly match dimensional requirements.
AEIS performs heat treating to ensure that project materials can withstand external forces, protecting service-life outcomes. Heat treating is a group of industrial and metalworking processes used to alter the physical and chemical properties of a material to increase durability.
AEIS' team of machinists cut a variety of materials to fit the dimensional restrictions of a variety of in-house testing equipment. Additionally, AEIS machines sample plates for welder qualification and testing.
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