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EWI: Not Your Average Test Lab

By Brad Nagy on Friday, September 30th, 2016


figure-1At EWI we have some serious testing capabilities, ranging from our 500,000 lbs-force servo-hydraulic machine to our high-precision non-contact optical surface metrology measurement equipment. While our extensive equipment list gives an indication of what we can do, EWI’s most important offering is realized when our technicians and e
scan-testingngineers work together to provide comprehensive start-to-finish testing and analysis services. This integrated approach empowers our customers through reliable test results, in-depth and specialized analysis, and valuable recommendations based on our years of diverse combined experience.

EWI provides a comprehensive array of standardized testing services as well as more specialized services including failure analysis, design optimization, API RP 2Z material qualification, and resonant fatigue testing, to name a few. Our materials experts use everything from our SEM to our thermogravimetric analysis system to provide customers with extensive metallography and characterization services. Our skilled welders and welding operators conduct full-service weld consumable qualification testing including environmental conditioning, diffusible hydrogen testing, heat treatment, and more. In addition to destructive testing options, our nondestructive evaluation group offers high-level expertise in cutting-edge inspection technologies such as phased array ultrasonic testing, eddy current inspection, and computed tomography.jimmy-microscopy-lab-2

EWI’s multidisciplinary laboratory testing services team has this and much more to offer. We offer unique and broad-ranging capabilities available for your company’s benefit. Think of our team as an extension of your own – one that provides data plus interpretation to enhance your processes and products.

For a comprehensive list of EWI’s testing services and capabilities, click here. For more information or to discuss your more specialized testing needs, please contact Brad Nagy at 614.688.5093 or bnagy@ewi.org.

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