About Element Aberdeen
As the leading testing provider of testing services to the Oil & Gas industry, Element Aberdeen has supported clients in the North Sea and worldwide with materials testing, failure analysis, site services and welding services for over 30 years. Working in ever-deeper waters and harsher environments, clients turn to Element Aberdeen for specialised expertise in qualifying materials and fabrication procedures to industry standards and codes of practice.
We are proud to be a Centre of Excellence for fracture toughness within Element and a fast turn around routine department for material qualification needs.
Our Materials Testing Capabilities
Our qualification methods include mechanical and corrosion testing, chemical analysis, fracture mechanics, metallographic examination. In addition to Oil & Gas, our experts serve clients in Power Generation, including Nuclear and Renewable Energy, Aerospace, and Defence.
We are a UKAS ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO 45001 accredited laboratory with over 50 engaged experts ready to help you with your testing, analysis and advisory needs.
Aberdeen Laboratory Location
Our energy testing facility is located within the Altens Industrial Estate which is some 4 miles south of Aberdeen City Centre. The industrial estate is located on the left hand side (heading toward Aberdeen City) just off the A956.
Mechanical & Destructive Testing
Element's mechanical tests are part of our destructive testing services, they show whether a material or part is suitable for its intended mechanical applications.
Find out about Element's range of metallurgical testing services, including microscopy, corrosion evaluation, hardness and on-site services.
Fracture Toughness Testing
Element provides fracture toughness testing for determining material characteristics and longevity of metallic, nonmetallic, and advanced materials.
Engineering Critical Assessment (ECA) Services
Element provides Engineering Critical Assessment (ECA) to determine if a flaw in welded structures is safe from brittle fracture, fatigue, or creep.