Spectroscopy & Wet Analysis is the science of chemical characterization and measurement. Qualitative analysis is concerned with the description of chemical composition in terms of elements, compounds, or structural units, whereas quantitative analysis is concerned with the measurement of amount. Analytical chemistry, once limited to the determination of chemical composition in terms of the relative amounts of elements or compounds in a sample. Modern analysis has also placed significant demands on sampling techniques.
(B) Spectro analysis
Spark-OES (Optical emission spectrometer) – for bulk elemental analysis of steels, stainless steels, cast irons, copper, aluminium, cobalt, nickel, tin and zinc alloys.Optical Emission Spectroscopy, or OES analysis, is a rapid method for determining the elemental composition of a variety of metals and alloys. Element’s chemical analysis labs are equipped and ready to evaluate the properties of your material.
(A) Wet chemical analysis
Analysis: Wet chemistry is a form of analytical chemistry that uses classical methods such as observation to an analysis of materials. It is called Wet chemistry since most analysing is done in the liquid phase. Wet chemistry is also called bench chemistry since many tests are performed at lab benches. When precision and accuracy of results is paramount to your materials testing needs.
Gravimetric – for quantification of Silicon, Aluminium, and Nickel etc. Titrimetric – for Manganese, Antimony, and Titanium.
Colorimetric – for Phosphorous and Cr +6 Wet Chemistry methods are provided for customers requiring testing as per National and International Specifications.