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Our Services

We offer a wide range of metal testing services to ensure the quality and compliance of various materials. Here are some of the services provided:


Mechanical testing is a process where materials like metals are tested to see how they behave under various forces. This includes checking how much they can stretch (tensile testing), bend (bend test), and be squished (compression test). The tests help us understand if the material is strong enough for its job, like building bridges or cars. It's a way to make sure that the materials won't break or deform when they are used.

Mechanical Testing Services at ASR Metallurgy

At ASR Metallurgy, we utilize a range of industry-standard mechanical tests to determine the durability, strength, and performance of various metals and alloys. Our suite of tests is designed to challenge materials under conditions that simulate real-world stresses and strains.

1. Tensile Testing (0.2% Proof Stress):

  • Equipment Used: UTM 600 KN (FIE)

  • Test Methods: IS:1608 (Part-1)-2022, ASTM E8/E8M-21

  • We measure the material's resistance to tension, identifying the point of permanent deformation, also known as 0.2% proof stress.

2. Bend Test (Root/Face/Side):

  • Test Methods: IS 1599: 2019, ASTM A370: 2021

  • Our bend tests assess a material's ductility and flexibility by checking how it withstands bending without breaking.

3. Compression Test:

  • Test Method: IS 7906 (Part-5)

  • We compress materials to evaluate their ability to withstand squeezing forces without buckling or fracturing.

4. Load Test:

  • This general test applies force to a material to ensure it can support a specified load without failure.

5. Proof Load Test:

  • Test Methods: IS 1367 (Part-3):2017, IS 1367 (Part-6):2018

  • Our proof load test determines the load that a material can bear before undergoing permanent deformation.

6. Flattening Test:

  • Test Method: IS 2328:2018

  • We check the material's ability to flatten without cracking, indicating good ductility.

7. Drift Expansion Test:

  • Test Method: IS 2335:2005

  • This test examines the expansion properties of tubes when a conical drift is forced through them.

8. Tensile Test for Wires:

  • Test Methods: IS:1608 (Part-1)-2022, ASTM E8/E8M-21

  • We specifically test the tensile strength and elasticity of wire materials.

9. WPS Test (Welding Procedure Specification):

  • Test Methods: ISO 4136:2012, ASME SEC IX:2021(QW-150)

  • Our WPS testing ensures that welding jobs meet the designated procedural standards.

Impact Charpy Test:

  • Equipment Used: Impact Testing Machine (FIE IT-30)

  • Test Methods: IS 1757 (P-I) 2020, ASTM A370: 2020

  • We perform the Charpy test at temperatures ranging from room temperature to -40°C to determine the impact toughness of materials.

Hardness Testing:

  • Rockwell Testing: Using a Digital Rockwell Hardness Tester (FIE), adhering to IS 1586 (Part-1)2018, ASTM E18-20 standards.

  • Brinell Testing: Conducted on a Brinell Testing Machine (SAROJ B-3000), following IS 1500 (Part-1) 2019, ASTM E10-18.

  • Vickers Testing: Performed with a Vickers Testing Machine (FIE- VM50 PC), based on IS 1501 (Part-1):2020, ASTM: E 92 - 2017.

  • MicroVickers Testing: Utilizing a Micro Vickers Testing Machine (FIE- VM1 PC), in compliance with IS 1501 (Part-1) 2020, ASTM E384 2017.

Equipment Used:

We rely on a range of specialized equipment to conduct our mechanical tests, including but not limited to a Universal Testing Machine (UTM), Impact Testing Machine, and various hardness testers like Rockwell, Brinell, and Vickers machines.

At ASR Metallurgy, we understand that mechanical properties are crucial for material selection and design. Our detailed mechanical testing services help clients in industries such as aerospace, automotive, construction, and more, to ensure their materials can stand up to the demands of their applications.A

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