Metallic structures

The metals and their alloys are because of their diversity and recyclability today and in the future one of the main groups of substances. Thus, in all technical applications the examination of the macro- and microstructure of metallic materials plays an important role. Different problems require a study and interpretation of the process, which has led to the formation or change in the structure and thus the properties. Through complex metallographic preparation methods, it is possible to make almost all structural constituents visible and microscopically appraisable. From primary gains from production through heat treatment conditions to the finest precipitates at the grain boundaries. Because of the longtime observation and evaluation of metallic materials, there is a variety of standardized procedures for assessing the structure with a direct connection to the mechanical-technical properties of the material.

Engineer standards: SEP 1520, SEP 1572, SEP 1615, SEP 1614, SEP 1580, SEP 1584, DIN 50192, DIN 50601, DIN 50602, ASTM E45, ASTM E112, DIN EN ISO 642, DIN EN ISO 643, DIN EN ISO 3887, DIN 50600, DIN EN 2950, DIN EN 3114, DIN EN ISO 3785, DIN EN ISO 4499