For precise production monitoring
Use of GDOES for maximum precision
In the expanding aerospace industry, with air traffic projected to double in the next 20 years, environmental and economic requirements are gaining increasing importance. To reduce environmental impact and overall costs, aircraft and spacecraft manufacturers must minimize kerosene consumption. A viable solution lies in the utilization of high-temperature resistant materials. These materials must not only withstand high temperatures but also exhibit exceptional creep and corrosion resistance to ensure the durability of engines and turbines' hottest areas. Research is focused on high-temperature resistant materials, such as Mo-Si-B alloys and their coatings, superalloys, and high-temperature ceramics. GD-OES plays a critical role in analyzing coating thicknesses, coating composition, and chemical composition, meeting production and quality control needs, and detecting potential defects early in the manufacturing process.
Our glow discharge spectrometers are essential instruments for production control, offering reliable analytical performance and straightforward operability.
Precise analysis of materials such as Mo-Si-B alloys, superalloys, and high-temperature ceramics
Extremely sensitive measurements with detection limits in the range of 0.1 to 10 ppm
Precise measurement of layer thicknesses from a few nanometers to several hundred micrometers
Relative depth resolution is 5-10% of the absolute depth reached in all near-surface layers
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