Positive Material Identification (PMI) / Chemical Analysis
CDJ specializes in onsite PMI for alloy verification per your specification or end customer specifications using the latest and most recognized instrumentation in x-ray fluorescence (XRF) or optical emission spectrometer (OES) technologies.
Full chemical analysis, including light elements such as Carbon, can be performed using optical emission spectrometer (OES) for precise material grade identification or re-establish material traceability.
Non-Destructive Testing / Material Evaluations
PMI and chemical analysis testing can be performed in a totally non-destructive or semi-non-destructive manner. We also offer Liquid Penetrant examination (LP), Magnetic Particle examination (MP), Ferrite testing and various hardness testing capabilities to further evaluate material physical properties.
Laboratory Metallurgical Testing
CDJ offers full laboratory chemical analysis capabilities utilizing stationary OES and combustion/fusion C, S, N, and O determination along with destructive mechanical testing, metallography and micro hardness testing.
- Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
- XRay Fluorescence Spectography (XRF)
- Optical Emission Spectography (OES)
- Magnetic Particle Testing (MP)
- Liquid Penetrant (LP)
- Ferrite Testing
- Metallurgic Evaluations; chemical, mechanical, microstructure
- Carbon Steels
- Low Alloy Steels
- Tool Steels:
- Nickel Base
- Cobalt Base
- Copper Base
- Aluminum Base
- Titanium Base
- Other Specialty Materials
- Weld Verification
- Positive Material Evaluations for ASME, ASTM. AWS and API Standards
- OEM Vendor Surveillance
We are a forward-thinking company with the goal of producing the highest quality reports through our commitment to quality from beginning to output. To that end, our equipment is calibrated and tested to maximize efficiencies and deliver the comprehensive and detailed report.
- Daily Standardization of all instrumentation
- Annual Calibration of all instrumentation by leaders in the industry
- Accuracy of instruments is compared against certified reference materials prior to testing as a standard practice