Spectrographic analysis is radically different from the usual wet chemical method. The sample, as a solid, liquid, or powder, is fired and the light spectrum produced is photographed on a film or plate, which provides a permanent record of the elements, qualitatively and quantitatively.

This method has several unique advantages. The most important is that qualitatively, 72 of the 100 odd elements can be determined simultaneously. Two photographic spectrographs are used for qualitative and quantitative analysis of metals and non-metals.

Our advanced equipment allows us to offer our customers the fastest, most accurate and economical chemical analysis on samples suitable for instrument analysis.

Testing Available:
Any material; all detected elements (cations) are reported with a tenfold concentration estimate and will provide a general overall survey of an unknown specimen
Requires only 0.001 grams of a material
All detected elements (cations) are reported with a specific concentrational value that should be within a factor of two of the quantitative analysis
spectrographic classification of unknown materials giving ASTM, SAE, AISI, ect designation
quantitative analysis of Tin plus semi-quantitative analysis for possible contaminants
Complete spectrographic survey of detected contaminates
Includes C, Mn, P, S, Si, Ni, Cr, Mo, Cu
Includes Si, Cu, Mg, Ti, Zn, Fe, Mn, Pb, Sn, Ni, Cr
Numbers 3, 5, 7.  Incudes Cu, Cd, Al,  Mg, Pb, Sn, Fe, Ni
Significant volume discounts on multiple similar samples are available on quote basis.