Material Testing Services for Products and Components

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    Services for Product and Component Material Testing

    Occasionally, production challenges resulting from issues with the material composition of parts and products cause disruptions in the operation of the firm. Strategic material testing at particular production phases might identify minor faults before they pose a problem for your company.

    Here are some ways our material testing lab can assist in meeting your material testing demands if your business has limited testing resources:

    Have you ever seen particles, discolouration, or residue on the surface of a product or component? Our analysts are experts in materials characterisation and can assist you with troubleshooting.

    Is a polymer-based component displaying excessive wear and stress symptoms? Finding the source of the issue can be aided by material testing techniques.

    Do the particles on a product that will be employed in a specialized environment worry you? They may be measured in terms of both size and quantity by our analysts.

    Do you wish to assess the offerings from a different vendor or contrast your product with those of a rival? Reverse engineering includes the process of testing materials.

    Infinita Labs’ analysts have experience locating tiny materials, impurities, and contaminants as well as generally assisting production teams with component material analysis. Our team of highly qualified material testers is skilled at analyzing unusual issues and identifying workable solutions.

    The physical and chemical characteristics of items and their constituent parts are tested using the material testing techniques offered by Infinita Labs. Click here for more information:

    Materials Testing Services

    Manufacturers, developers, and operators of critically significant systems, products, and components must be certain that the materials used to create their equipment are capable of performing the tasks for which it was designed throughout every major industry. Because of this, dependable materials testing is the most thorough way to ensure that the materials businesses employ in manufacturing processes will function as expected and adhere to all relevant regulations. Of course, the majority of manufacturers conduct a significant amount of R&D to innovate their products. Furthermore, when a new product or material is found as a consequence of R&D breakthroughs, there is enormous financial and competitive pressure to be the first to market.

    However, this situation also has significant dangers since a business that rushes to market with a poor product or broken part may have to deal with everything from pricey recalls and legal actions to a decline in consumer confidence that results in a loss of patronage. Recent pictures of overheated computers, smartphones, and hoverboards catching fire should be enough to serve as a reminder to any manufacturer that proper materials testing isn’t an extravagance. Instead, it’s a crucial phase in the process of guaranteeing effective manufacturing outcomes.

    In addition, numerous industries, including construction, consumer products, and the aerospace and defence sectors, are subject to rigid quality control and safety regulations. If they don’t, the regulatory organizations that regulate their industry may decide to impose severe fines and penalties on them.

    This requirement makes sense when you examine the obligations put on businesses that provide the goods that are essential parts of bridges, aeroplanes, nuclear reactors, cars, medical devices, or military equipment. The goal of materials testing is to give the manufacturer as much knowledge as possible about the composition, strength, and general quality of the materials they want to use in the building of their goods in each of these situations.

    What Does Material Testing Entail?

    Every day, businesses, organizations, and customers put their trust in materials. We are ensnared in the cycle of selecting things, reading their labels, and investigating their usage based on their product descriptions whether we are shopping in hardware stores or pharmacies.

    This connection between product reliability and the materials used in manufacturing is supported by materials testing. Determining anything from the composition of an alloy intended for use in medical implants to the flammability of a new material for the construction industry, producers rely on the findings of materials testing.

    Everything from thermoplastics to adhesives, composites to glass, thermosets to titanium, and more can and should be tested for materials. Infinita operates a nationwide network of expert materials testing labs as one of the biggest and most reputable commercial test facilities in the nation. We can conduct thorough assessments of the strength and resistance of rubber as well as abrasion resistance, surface, fracture, and plating analysis of a large selection of the most popular materials used in all kinds of manufacturing processes.

    Testing for corrosion phenomena is also frequently done utilizing a range of corrosive materials and agents. Another important aspect of materials testing is fatigue studies, especially when using ASTM, nuclear, or bespoke specifications. Studies on fatigue are carried out for plastics, rubber, and other materials. 

    For pre-compliance with international standards or general quality assurance, we can create a special testing program. Infinita provides a variety of materials testing services, such as:

    • Composition: Organizations frequently need to know with clarity what componeInfinita—such as thermoplastics, resins, and sandwich core materials—make up the composite materials they want to use.
    • Shear: Adhesives are frequently tested for strength using materials testing intended to quantify shear strength, which typically quantifies how much stress a specimen can withstand before rupturing. Thermal testing is essential to determine a material’s suitability for usage in its intended environment for any object that will experience temperature variations, such as the solar panel on a satellite.
    • Flexure: A flexure materials test is frequently carried out to ensure that the specimen can withstand a specific degree of stress without flexing when a product, such as an I-beam or girder used in construction, must carry a predetermined amount of weight without sagging. Exposure to concentrated quantities of ozone is a well-known materials test to examine the degradation of the specimen while evaluating the lifespan of materials, particularly elastomer materials intended for outdoor use. Tensile/compression testing is a type of materials analysis that subjects specimens to exact compressive loads to gauge their capacity to sustain compression before deformation takes place. It can be used to test a variety of materials, including plastics, metals, adhesives, and rubbers.
    • Corrosion: A corrosion test is frequently carried out to confirm that a given material will be able to last a specific amount of time before failing, particularly for industries producing infrastructure components that must endure particular environmental conditions for protracted periods without degrading. Fatigue testing looks at a material’s limit to endure stresses before it experiences a permanent change to its structure. It is used to assess both the maximum load a material can withstand before failing as well as the number of repeated loading cycles it can survive.
    • Impact: This type of materials testing is frequently used to evaluate a sample’s toughness under difficult and frequently quite destructive conditions, particularly for establishing a material’s capacity to absorb the energy from a measured impact.
    • Flammability: For many products, including consumer goods, textiles, furniture, bedding, and parts used in the aerospace and transportation industries, there is no substitute for a flammability test to guarantee the quality of the product and the safety of end users. Thermomechanical analysis, also known as TMA, is a method of determining the linear expansion and/or phase changes a specimen goes through as a result of this materials test method. It works by applying a constant force to materials such as polymers, glass, laminates, and ceramics while they experience varying temperature changes.
    • Testing of Materials Applications: Clearly, there are various ways to test materials. Mechanical testing, tests relating to electrical properties, resistance testing, tests relating to thermal properties, and nondestructive testing are five broad categories under which it can comprehensively check the performance of specimens submitted for testing. The talented individuals who make up the Infinita team have a wealth of experience in supplying manufacturers with all kinds of these materials tests, and they are acutely aware of the principal applications of these highly insightful tests. We can confidently state that the following categories are among the most well-liked uses for materials testing after delivering testing for businesses ranging from NASA to the most competitive software and wireless communications companies:
    • Requirements of regulatory standards: Regulatory organizations, including the American Society for Testing and Materials, the International Organization for Standardization, the U.S. Department of Defense, and others, typically work to prevent such failures by issuing standards that manufacturers are expected to abide by. This is especially true when a product’s flaw or poor performance could seriously harm the lives of consumers, members of the military, or other professionals. A wise decision to assure compliance is to have materials tested by a lab like Infinita that is knowledgeable in standards like MIL-STD-810 for military contractors and FAA requirements for aerospace firms.
    • Material selection: Manufacturers are ultimately only as good as the raw materials provided by their suppliers. For this reason, testing materials to determine their integrity at any step of material selection is essential for a dependable product that will eventually leave your production line and be used by the general public, whether for a new product or a new supply chain.
    • Product design: For many manufacturers, creating a best-in-class product means increased revenue because it will attract people to the brand and the product. Because of this, materials testing during the design stage of a product can effectively inform the manufacturer of the product’s weaknesses while changes can still be made to the materials used and the product’s general construction to make the finished product more robust and deserving of a best-in-class designation.
    • Production verification: The verification that no flaws or weaknesses are being added to products as a result of the production processes they undergo is an invaluable application of materials testing for manufacturers, both for first runs of newly introduced products and for ongoing checks of products already in production.


    Testing of materials is a broad field with many potential applications. Our experience at Infinita spans more than 50 years and a diverse spectrum of industries, including:

    Aerospace: Materials for the aerospace industry need to be rigorously evaluated against all the many environmental stresses they experience during a typical flight. Infinita offers the expertise and lab resources required to guarantee compliance with RTCA DO-160 as well as FAA and other laws. We can design custom chambers and fittings to match the needs of your project for testing large components or entire assemblies. You can rely on us to give you the testing you require when it’s crucial to have complete knowledge of the materials you’re employing to produce dependable and durable products for your aerospace clients.

    Defense: Infinita has a long history of serving defense contractors by doing materials testing. Our Camden, Arkansas site has fully instrumented small, medium, and large caliber ranges, an arena for testing warheads and munitions, and much more. Modern data-gathering tools are available in every facility, producing accurate and insightful findings that make it simple to prove compliance with MIL-STD-810 and other rules. We have the expertise and resources to support you in carrying out your company’s purpose, and the military personnel can carry out their thanks to the excellence and dependability of your products.

    Telecommunications: Compared to any other company in North America, the Infinita network has the most commercial telecom test labs. We can offer materials testing services that remove uncertainty and help you produce top-notch products for both domestic and commercial use at any step of the development process. Our reliance on our communication infrastructure to maintain service grows as our globe becomes more linked. Let our knowledge enhance your goods and lower your responsibility. There is no substitute for the prompt materials testing services that we offer for the telecom industry when the pressure is on to get to market swiftly with a product that consumers can trust.

    Consumer products: A lot of consumer goods use corrosion and stress resistance as key marketing characteristics. More than just ensuring compliance, materials testing aims to provide a product robust enough to survive whatever abuse the typical user may dish out. Infinita aids in early problem detection, enabling your team to make the required adjustments without further delays. Experience has taught us that timely material testing can assist producers in improving their goods, gaining more clients, and eventually fostering better brand loyalty.

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