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New Elevated Temperature Tensile Testing Video From Laboratory Testing Inc
LTI has posted a new video on YouTube demonstrating an Elevated Temperature Tensile Test. Elevated Temperature Tensile Testing is performed to evaluate the strength of materials under high heat and stress situations.
An elevated temperature tensile test is carried out to assess the strength of material intended for high temperature applications. During the test, a specimen machined from the material is evaluated under controlled heat and tension or load conditions. Laboratory Testing Inc. places the test specimen inside a furnace, which then heats the specimen to the desired temperature. The next step is loading the specimen into the test frame, where an extensometer measures strain levels as the load is increased.
Laboratory Testing Inc. uses state-of-the-
LTI is A2LA and Nadcap accredited and performs elevated temperature tensile testing to ASTM E21. The Machine Shop at LTI prepares all specimens required for testing.
LTI offers a wide range of mechanical testing services including hardness, fatigue, fracture toughness, stress rupture, charpy impact, tensile and more to a vast range of industries. The full-service materials testing and metrology laboratory also has many videos on some of these and other LTI services available for viewing on LTI’s YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/
About Laboratory Testing Inc. - Laboratory Testing Inc. (LTI) is an independent, accredited testing and metrology laboratory in business since 1984. The company specializes in metals and plastics testing, material analysis, nondestructive testing, failure analysis, calibration services, dimensional inspection, specimen machining and certified reporting of results. The lab is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 by PRI/Nadcap and A2LA, which complies with ISO 9001 and ISO 13485. Testing services include mechanical testing (http://www.labtesting.com/