Element’s electrochemical corrosion testing helps prevent harmful interactions between various metals and the environment. We assess corrosion susceptibility using a wide range of methods, such as electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, to provide you with fast and accurate performance data.
From analyzing finished products to comparison of raw materials, our electrochemical corrosion testing can be used in many applications. Element’s Engaged Experts solve your problems related to materials selection, degradation mechanisms and failure analysis in a range of industries including Oil & Gas, Medical Devices, construction, manufacturing, utilities, chemical and petrochemical, and electronics.
Our Electrochemical Corrosion test methods
– Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) ISO 16773
– Cyclic potentiodynamic polarization testing for medical devices ASTM F2129
– Calculations of corrosion rates ASTM G102
– Polarization resistance ASTM G5, G59, G61
– Galvanic current measurement and monitoring ASTM G71 (G82)
– Pitting and crevice corrosion resistance measurement ASTM G5, G150
– Electrochemical reactivation (sensitization of stainless steels) ASTM G108
– Corrosion potential measurements ASTM G69
– Linear Polarization Resistance (LPR)
– High-temperature electrochemical testing
In addition to electromechanical corrosion testing, our experts utilize their experience in corrosion testing on metals, alloys, paints and coatings to offer you customized testing according to your need and fit for your budget and provide support for every stage of testing.
As a trusted partner for materials testing, you can be confident that the results you receive from Element are accurate, reliable and right the first time.
For more information about how we perform Electrochemical Corrosion Testing, or to request a quote, contact us today.
ASTM F2129 Electrochemical Corrosion testing of medical devices
Element performs electrochemical corrosion testing per ASTM F2129 to ensure that medical devices are safe, and provided the intended benefits to the patient.
The human body is a corrosive environment for any metallic implantable device. In addition to causing device failure, chemical interactions between the body and a device can have harmful biological consequences. Our electrochemical corrosion labs use cyclic potentiodynamic polarization methods to simulate the biological environment, helping to detect and address issues in the lab before they become failures in the body.
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