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Dave Coler

Dave Coler
General Manager at LGC ARMI

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New CRMs for Copper alloys Hiduron 130, 191 and CDA 486 and 954

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 8, 2019 2:44:40 PM / by Dave Coler posted in Certified Reference Materials, copper base alloys

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New Steel Reference Materials:  August 2019

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 13, 2019 1:05:22 PM / by Dave Coler posted in ferritic stainless steel, Manganese steel, residuals in mild steel

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New Lead, Zinc and Nitrogen Steel Reference Materials

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 27, 2019 6:18:34 AM / by Dave Coler posted in Lead CRMS, Zinc CRMS

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We are pleased to introduce five new certified reference materials in our MBH product line.  These new CRMs include two lead alloys, two zinc based galvanizing alloys and one high nitrogen stainless steel.

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New Copper Base CRMs for CDA 172 and CDA 642

[fa icon="calendar'] May 30, 2019 1:26:19 PM / by Dave Coler posted in copper base alloys

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New MBH Reference Materials

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 7, 2019 4:37:22 PM / by Dave Coler posted in metal alloys, Cast Iron, magnesium alloys

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In December we acquired MBH Analytical located in the UK which dramatically increased enhanced the breath of our reference material portfolio.  MBH adds a significant amount of custom compositions for steels, cast irons, zinc, copper, magnesium, tin and lead alloys to our combined product lines.

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New CRMs for High Temperature Steel Grades 91, P92, Aermet® 100 and DP 1080

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 31, 2019 10:46:47 AM / by Dave Coler posted in Steel CRMs, high temperature steels

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 Our latest certified reference materials include some common and some unusual alloys to help your lab enhance its quantitative analysis capabilities.   These reference materials are perfect for extending the range of your calibration curves,  using as verification samples or for use as type standards . They are also great for positive material identification applications.

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New Products for the New Year

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 4, 2019 3:30:02 PM / by Dave Coler posted in metal alloys, nickel alloys, low alloy steel, titanium alloy

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Certified Reference Materials for Zirconium Alloys

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 12, 2018 2:05:29 PM / by Dave Coler posted in Zircadyne® 702, Zircadyne® 705, Zirconium Alloy

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Working with zirconium alloys ?  This group of alloys are used in critical applications in the chemical processing and nuclear industries. These alloys can be difficult to QC or  grade match for Positive Material Identification (PMI)  due to the lack of Certified Reference Materials.

We have addressed this need  with the introduction of the first certified reference materials for zirconium alloys, IARM Zr702-18 and IARM ZR705-18.  These reference materials cover the  two main commercially available Zirconium alloys, Zircadyne® 702 and Zircadyne® 705.

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New CRM’s for Nickel Alloys PE16, 617, 909, C-276 and Kovar®

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 28, 2018 9:07:00 AM / by Dave Coler posted in nickel alloys, alloy 617, C-276, nimonic PE16, alloy 909, Kovar

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ARMI introduces new certified reference materials for Nickel alloys PE16,  617, 909, C-276 and Kovar®.

Nickel alloys for Gas Turbine blades
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Reference Materials for 3D Metal Printing

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 17, 2018 5:42:45 PM / by Dave Coler posted in 3D printing, additive manufacturing

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The production of metal alloy parts is increasing being done using additive manufacturing (3D printing) processes. 3D metal printers use a metal alloy powder that is fused by a laser in depositional layers 30-50µm thick. The part is thus progressively built up layer by layer until the desired form is completed. This technology is now commonly being applied to the production of mission critical components in the aerospace medical industries.  Verifying the quality of the powder material is an important quality control step in the process.  Our certified reference materials can assist with that process.

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