IntroductionSteel plants observe the decreasing carbon content during the whole steel production process from raw iron with up to 4-5 % carbon to a few ppm in stainless steel. The carbon content influences not only the texture, but also the material properties of iron, such as magnetism, hardness or elasticity. For example, cast iron (2-4 % C) is brittle but castable; tool steel (0.4-1,7 % C) is elastic and ductile, carbon steel (< 0.4 % C) is forgeable and useable for sheets, tubes and steel girders (1). The element carbon can be present in different forms in an iron matrix,
Introduction An integral part of industrial product development is the manufacture of prototypes and initial samples, regardless whether the product is a simple screw or the complex part of an airplane. To fabricate single pieces, which are often rather small, in a production environment is usually a costly procedure. Based on this cost-benefit calculation a special application field of powder metallurgy has developed in the past few years: additive manufacturing. Additive manufacturing (AM) is the “process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data.”1 AM creates objects layer upon layer from different metal powders or metal alloy powders.
Introduction The element concentration of carbon (C), sulfur (S), hydrogen (H), nitrogen (N), and oxygen (O) in iron products, such as steel, have a significant influence on material properties like ductility, brittleness, or hardness. Hence, reliable determination of the C, H, N, S, O contents is a routine quality control task in steel and iron production. This article explores the application fields and advantages of elemental analyzers, which are also known as combustion analyzers, in the steel industry. Different analytical methods A great variety of different analytical methods are used in steel and iron production1. Disregarding analyses of physical parameters,
Featuring the first carbon-capable high-resolution echelle spectrometer, known as HiRES Technology, the Rigaku KT-500 analyzer represents the next advancement in handheld laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). Its carbon capability gives the user the ability to analyze ferrous and non-ferrous alloys on one device, making it the single tool of choice for quality assurance in metal fabrication and positive materials identification (PMI) in mission-critical applications, such as in power generation, oil and gas and aerospace.
The development of the first carbon and sulfur analyzer in 1981 marked the beginning of ELTRA’s success story 40 years ago. From day one, the focus was on the design of analyzers for the precise determination of C, H, N, O, S element concentrations in solids. Over the years, the product portfolio was further expanded and refined, for example by adding thermogravimetric analyzers in 2007. Our goal has always been to design combustion analyzers which are characterized not only by high precision and detection sensitivity but are also robust enough to provide reliable measurement results under rough conditions. The new
RAPID AND RELIABLE OXYGEN / NITROGEN / HYDROGEN ANALYSIS IN SOLID SAMPLES WITH THE NEW ELEMENTRAC ONH-P 2
With the ELEMENTRAC ONH-p 2, ELTRA presents a powerful and robust elemental analyzer for measuring oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen concentrations in inorganic samples such as steel, iron, copper or ceramics. The high-detection NDIR and thermal detectors reliably measure elemental concentrations from low ppm levels to the high percentage range. Thanks to the innovative sample lock with pulsed chamber flushing and vertical sample drop, user-friendly and convenient analysis of rod-shaped, granular or powdered samples with a sample weight of up to 2 grams is easily possible. The analyzer can be configured for the determination of only one element (O, N or
Rigaku Analytical Devices is showcasing its handheld KT-100S LIBS analyzer for metal alloy analysis in the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) Spark Showroom Wilmington, MA – September 21, 2020 – Rigaku Analytical Devices, the market leader in handheld laser-based technology will showcase its Rigaku KT-100S handheld laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) analyzer for metal alloy analysis, in the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) Spark Showroom, available September 21, 2020 – March 15, 2021. IMTS Spark is a comprehensive digital platform for manufacturing professionals to access relevant technology, topics, and people. The online experience will host product videos, exhibitor showrooms, knowledge
Romquest Technologies and Alpha Canada Inc. are exclusive Canadian distributors for reputable manufacturers of high quality analyzers and consumables from Germany, USA and Australia: Download Booklet Are you looking for a new Carbon Sulphur analyzer ? The Eltra CS-i from Romquest Technologies, is your best-value choice ! Acquisition Price : The New generation of Eltra CS-I & CS-d analyzers (replacing the popular CS-800&CS-2000 with autoloaders) are competitively priced Romquest’s terms and conditions offer the best value-added benefits References : We have excellent references for analyzers installed over the last 16 years, still working well in busy laboratories, fully supported by
The Rigaku family of handheld analyzers, for use in the metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing industries, is presented at FABTECH 2019 11/11/19, 06:25 AM | Processing & Handling, Design & DevelopmentRigaku Analytical Devices, a leading pioneer of handheld spectroscopic analyzers, will demonstrate its latest portfolio of handheld analyzers for metal alloy analysis at FABTECH – the largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event in North America – taking place November 11-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL in booth #A5005. The Rigaku family of KT laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) handheld analyzers provide an alternative for identification of