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ASTM B367 - 13(2017)

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ASTM B367 Titanium and Titanium Alloy Castings

ASTM B corrosion tests are used to determine the quality of a casting. In this test, our engineers use heat in a series of processes such as consumable electrode and induction-slag, plasma arc, induction-skull and electron beam to determine the chemical composition at which the casting should fail. All castings intended for industries should be free of adhering mold material, scale, cracks and hot tears visible to the eye. Our commitment is your testing success. Our application engineers have an expansive knowledge of testing titanium castings that you can rely on as you decide what system is right for your needs.

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