Ceralink Inc., a service provider in advanced ceramic materials, announced its new offerings in metals testing will include fatigue testing from ambient to 1200°C (2192°F). Ceralink’s recent Materials Testing Lab expansion opened up new opportunities to serve the aerospace industry’s stringent metal testing programs. The Saint Clairsville, Ohio-based company will leverage its experience with precision testing of CMCs and its climate-controlled laboratory to put 16 new MTS Landmark Generation test frames to work on metals. The new offerings include load control high-cycle fatigue and strain-controlled low-cycle fatigue.
Ceralink Offering Fatigue Testing for Metals
February 29, 2016