Inclusion analysis on laboratory materials

You have noticed inclusions in your materials and wish to analyze them?

What is inclusion?

First of all, an inclusion is a unitary body involuntarily included in a solid material such as metals, polymers, plastics or composites.

Also, an inclusion can be of different origins:

  • Metallic
  • Organic
  • Mineral
  • Agglomerate of compounds

Why analyze an inclusion in a material?

Note that there are many reasons to analyze an inclusion. As previously stated, inclusions are elements added to a material unintentionally.

Therefore, inclusions can come from different sources such as the manufacturing process, the raw materials used, etc. and can influence the characteristics of your materials. Indeed, inclusions are contaminations that can, for example, weaken your material or impact its aesthetics.

FILAB supports you in the analysis of inclusions found in your materials

FILAB laboratory has an analytical park of 2100m² and a qualified team. It assists manufacturers of all sectors and sizes in the analysis of inclusions in materials. 

Thanks to its high level of in-house expertise and tailor-made support, FILAB can offer you solutions adapted to your needs.

our technical means

  • Optical microscope (OM)

  • Pyrolysis GC-MS

go further

  •  Fault analysis

  • Determination of grain size, micro-structure

  • Chemical composition analysis

  • Structure characterization 

  • Coating thickness measurement

  • Metallurgical laboratory analysis

The positive aspects of FILAB

  • A highly qualified team

  • Responsiveness in responding to and processing requests

  • A complete analytical park of 2100m²

  • Tailor-made support

Thomas GAUTIER Head of Materials Department
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