Materials Testing Services

Materials testing laboratories in our network serve Semiconductor, Specialty Materials, Chemicals, Aerospace, Nanotechnology, Consumer Goods, Automotive, Transportation, Building Products, Infrastructure, Environmental Products, Additive Manufacturing industries, among others.

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    Materials Testing Laboratory Services

    At Infinita Lab, we strive to provide comprehensive solutions to address your product problems during materials selection, design, compliance, performance testing, failure, and root cause analysis. Materials testing is used for characterizing the chemical, mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical, corrosion, radiation, or biological properties of materials. Both non-destructive and destructive testings are employed for metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, thin films, elastomers, resins, semiconductors, nanomaterials, etc. Services range from benchtop techniques for high-volume testing, simulated studies in large testing chambers, to in-line testing for quality and reliability checks on the manufacturing line.

    Materials testing laboratories in our network serve Semiconductor, Specialty Materials, Chemicals, Aerospace, Nanotechnology, Consumer Goods, Automotive, Transportation, Building Products, Infrastructure, Environmental Products, Additive Manufacturing industries, among others.

    Infinita Lab network provides ASTM, ISO standardized testing, and our experts offer consultation for custom testing setup suitable for a client’s specific service conditions.

    Some of the common reasons for material testing include:

    Qualification of material from suppliers

    Ensuring that suppliers’ raw materials or components exceed technical specifications is crucial for developing new products. Usually, ASTM or ISO standard methods are used to test supplier material properties.

    Designing a new product

    The development of a new product requires testing to confirm whether the desired specifications are met at every step of the process. For example, developing a thin film data memory stack requires chemical and electrical analysis of layers deposited by chemical or physical vapor deposition. Rust-resistant pipe coatings would require corrosion testing. Similarly, during a smartphone coverglass design, mechanical testing, such as resistance to scratch or impact, will be performed. Metrology techniques like electron microscopy, XPS, SIMS, etc., might be used in conjunction with the materials’ properties to provide insight into local defects, flaws, and inconsistencies.

    Quality and reliability in manufacturing

    Any company committed to selling reliable products incorporates quality checks in the manufacturing process. Some material tests are built in the production line for monitoring relevant product properties in real-time. Other tests take random samples and test them offline for adherence to specifications.

    Failure analysis is a big part of manufacturing quality control. Fracture analysis, root cause analysis, mechanical testing, and microscopy are routinely employed to reveal the origin of defects in products and take corrective actions.

    Product Reliability Testing

    The finished product is subject to heat, humidity, temperature shock, vibration, drop, electrostatic discharge, or a combination of environments to test product susceptibility to failure during the service. Visual and other in-line inspection methods are also used for a quick quality check. Certifications are required for product compliance with safety standards set forth by regulatory bodies. The product’s statistical failure rate is measured under a set of extremes that a product can encounter during its service life.

    Material Testing Services

    There is a large variety of product reliability tests available:

    • Electrical Testing
    • Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
    • Chemical Analysis
    • Thermal Testing
    • Mechanical Testing
    • Corrosion Testing
    • Failure Analysis (FA)
    • Impact Testing
    • Polymer Material Testing
    • Optical Testing
    • Eddy Current Testing (ECT)
    • Digital Radiography (DR)
    • Combustion Analysis
    • Reliability Testing
    • Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)
    • Dielectric Constant 
    • Coefficient of Friction (CoF)
    • Compression Testing
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      FAQ on Materials Testing Services

      Where can I do materials testing?

      Our material testing labs regularly provide testing services to solve your problems during materials selection, design, compliance, performance testing, failure, and root cause analysis.

      How much do materials testing cost?

      Materials testing is a suite of testing services ranging from raw materials characterization, non-destructive testing to failure analysis. Pricing depends on the type of testing, product, and industry. Please contact us for a detailed quote for your testing needs.

      What is material testing used for?

      Materials testing is used for characterizing the chemical, mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical, corrosion, radiation, or biological properties of materials.

      What is Included in materials testing?

      Material testing services include benchtop techniques for high-volume testing, simulated studies in large testing chambers, to in-line testing for quality and reliability checks on the manufacturing line. Both non-destructive and destructive testings are employed for metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, thin films, elastomers, resins, semiconductors, nanomaterials, etc.