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August 2020 - New Tool Steel, Cu and Al Alloy CRMs

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 6, 2020 10:00:00 AM / by Kim Halkiotis posted in Certified Reference Materials, metal alloys, aluminum Alloys, metal CRMs, Steel CRMs, copper base alloys, CDA 715, Tool Steel, CDA 647, A319.0

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Our ARMI | MBH team has continued their work to develop new products to ensure that we can provide teh products you need for your analytical testing.. I am proud to announce the release of 5 new CRMs across a variety of base alloys for our industrials portfolio. included in this are two tool steels, two copper based alloys, and one aluminum alloy. If you want to learn more about any one of products listed you can simply click on the links to view the certificate of analysis.

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Why are Tuning Solutions One of the Most Used Standards in ICP-MS Labs?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 16, 2020 9:30:00 AM / by Courtney Dillon posted in Certified Reference Materials, ICP, Aqueous standards

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An ICP-MS system will operate and deliver numerical data even if not set up correctly or operating at expected levels. As discussed in a previous blog, Improve your ICP-OES Performance by using an Internal Standard, internal standards can be used to compensate for a variety of factors that degrade analytical performance, however, proper instrument set-up is core to data integrity. As a result, tuning of ICP-MS instruments is considered by most users to be a daily, if not more frequent, activity, and a prerequisite for achieving accurate results. Best practices dictate, and many standard methods require, that a sample sequence begin with an optimization block, during which a tuning solution is used to set-up the instrument.

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Exploring the “Why” and “How” of ICP-OES Wavelength Calibration

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 10, 2020 10:00:00 AM / by Courtney Dillon posted in Certified Reference Materials, ICP, Aqueous standards

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ICP-OES is the go-to-technique across a number of industries, and when configured correctly, today’s instruments yield detection limits of 1 to 10 ppb for the majority of elements. Although a powerful elemental analysis technique, it is in fact a simple comparator, incapable of making absolute measurements. 

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New CRMs for May 2020 - Low Alloy Steel, Cast Fe and Pb-free Sn Solder

[fa icon="calendar'] May 14, 2020 9:15:00 AM / by Kim Halkiotis posted in Certified Reference Materials, metal alloys, low alloy steel, metal CRMs, Steel CRMs, Cast Iron

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Here at ARMI | MBH the new product production is continuing to move forward. I am proud to announce the release of 5 additional new CRMs this week in the MBH portfolio.  (click on the links in the names of each part to see the certificates of analysis.)

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New Steel CRMs for May 2020 - High N, Precipitation Hardening and Austenitic

[fa icon="calendar'] May 11, 2020 9:15:00 AM / by Kim Halkiotis posted in Certified Reference Materials, metal alloys, stainless steel alloys, metal CRMs, Steel CRMs

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Here at ARMI | MBH we have been busy looking through data and certifying new material. I am proud to announce the release of 5 new Stainless Steel CRMs this month.  (click on the links in the names of each part to see the certificates of analysis.)

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New ARMI-MBH Copper CRMs, Leaded Brass, Monel450, SeBiLOY and Magnolia B1.

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 22, 2020 9:15:00 AM / by Kim Halkiotis posted in Certified Reference Materials, metal alloys, monel, metal CRMs, copper base alloys

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Here at ARMI | MBH we have been busy looking through data and certifying new material. I am proud to announce the release of 6 new copper based CRMs this month.  (click on the links in the names of each part to see the certificates of analysis.)

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New Steel CRMs for April 2020 - Grades F9, 15-5PH, 1020 and 1050

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 16, 2020 1:17:17 PM / by Kim Halkiotis posted in Certified Reference Materials, metal alloys, stainless steel alloys, carbon steel, low alloy steel, metal CRMs, Steel CRMs

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Here at ARMI | MBH we have been busy looking through data and certifying new material. I am proud to announce the release of 4 new Steel CRMs this month.  (click on the links in the names of each part to see the certificates of analysis.)

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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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2018 ARMI Catalog

[fa icon="calendar'] May 10, 2018 6:50:37 PM / by Dave Coler posted in Certified Reference Materials

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 I am happy to announce the release of our 2018 catalog.  In the past year we have added over 90 new products to our portfolio of certified reference materials as well as increased our line of sample preparation equipment for XRF, OE and ICP.

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New ARMI Reference Materials

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 8, 2018 2:37:07 PM / by Dave Coler posted in Certified Reference Materials, stainless steel alloys, Custom Reference Materials

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Developing new reference materials can be a time consuming process often requiring several years to complete. This means that reference material development typically lags well behind the introduction new metal alloys created to meet the needs of  increasingly demanding industrial applications. This disparity creates a problem for chemists working with analytical methods such as XRF, ICP and OE, as these are comparative techniques and require reference materials to calibrate and validate.

 

 

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