Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC) Inspection and Consulting Services
When stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is suspected, our metallurgical analysis team can quickly provide you with testing, inspection, and analysis services to help determine the size and scope of the problems. SCC is often indicated by branching cracks, as shown in the montage of SCC micrographs below. Whether it’s in-field inspection or laboratory analysis, G2MT Labs has got you covered.
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC)  is a common and dangerous form of cracking that occurs due to the combination of stress and corrosive environments . Stresses can occur for a variety of reasons, including welding, physical damage, forming, machining, grinding, heat treatment, and operating stresses. In combination with corrosive environments, stress corrosion cracks can form in a wide variety of industrial metals and materials.
Laboratory Stress Corrosion Cracking Tests offered by G2MT Labs include:
- ASTM G36 – Evaluating SCC resistance of metals and alloys in boiling Magnesium Chloride
- ASTM G37 – Use of Mattsson’s Solution to Evaluate SCC Susceptibility of Copper Zinc Alloys
- ASTM G103 – SCC Test of Al-Zn-Mg Alloys in Boiling 6% Sodium Chloride Solutions
- ASTM G123 – Evaluating SCC of Stainless Alloys with Different Nickel Contents in Boiling Acidified Sodium Chloride Solution
- We also provide similar stress corrosion cracking testing to meet MIL-STD, NORSOK, and many other standards.
We look forward to the opportunity to provide you with stress corrosion cracking testing, analysis, and consulting services!
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