CHEMICAL ANALYSIS AND TESTING LAB SERVICES

IMR offers a wide range of chemical analysis services to accurately define properties of metallic and non-metallic materials. IMR's independent, accredited chemical analysis labs provide material verification to Nadcap, ISO-17025, OEM, and ASTM standards, as well as detailed chemical composition testing for unknown materials.

IMR's lab team of chemists, technicians, and lab personnel are pros at analytical techniques such as chromatography, spectroscopy, qualitative analysis, gravimetric analysis, quantitative chemical analysis, and many other chemical tests. We perform testing services on metals, polymers, powders, process solutions and coatings. Our chemists and technicians are knowledgeable and have years of experience providing high-quality chemical analyses from routine to specialty.

If needed, we'll design a testing protocol that produces accurate data to make decisions from, and we'll apply our extensive expertise to analyzing results in our clear, concise reports. And we are available by phone or email to review your results.

Our ICP-MS lab delivers very sensitive elemental analysis that provides very low detection limits for most elements present.

IMR offers a range of powder testing methods such as Hall and Carney Flow, Tap Density, and Particle Size.

ICP analysis services are performed to quantify the elemental concentrations in a range of materials.

IMR's Combustion Testing Lab provides identification of nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, and sulfur in metal samples.

OES Analysis is a widely used analytical technique used to determine the elemental composition of a broad range of metals..

IC Analysis is a lab technique that permits the dynamic separation and detection of anions in a solution.

IMR performs both Cleanliness Testing and Contaminant Identification services, specializing in medical devices and equipment.

IMR offers XRD analysis for the identification of crystalline phases for a large variety of powders and thin-film samples.

XRF analysis from IMR can quickly (in under two minutes), provide alloy identification for non-destructive semi-quantitative analysis.