Copper is a versatile metal used for a wide variety of applications. The alloying elements that are combined in Cu provide properties, such as strength, electrical conductivity/resistivity, ductility, luster, and even anti-microbial qualities, that are very desirable for the end user. Verification of the composition of the final alloys is critical to ensuring the material will be fit for use.
Our ARMI | MBH team is continuing their work to develop more new products to ensure that we can provide the products you need for your analytical testing. We are proud to announce the release of 6 new CRMs including one leaded brass, and 5 lead alloys. 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.
Our ARMI | MBH team has continued their work to develop new products to ensure that we can provide the 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.
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 copper based CRMs this month. (click on the links in the names of each part to see the certificates of analysis.)
Here at ARMI | MBH we are excited to report that we have continued to work on producing high quality CRMs for a variety of materials. I am proud to announce the release of 3 new copper based alloys for March 2020.
Here at ARMI | MBH we are excited to report that we have completed the integration of MBH Analytical into our Manchester, NH facilities. Throughout the integration the teams have continued to develop new products for the combined portfolio of metal alloy reference materials. Now as we begin December, I am pleased to introduce 7 new CRM products.
Tips for the analysis of lead in Se and Bi bearing (SeBiloy) copper base alloys by WDXRF
Are you getting unexpectedly high lead values while analyzing Se-Bi-Cu alloys by WD-XRF?