Laboratory Services

Our state of the art laboratory facilities enable us to dissect and anaylze issues efficiently and effectively. We prides ourselves in investing in world-class equipment which aids our forensic investigations to achieve the best service to our clients. Laboratory Test Services
  • ISO 17025 Accredited Laboratory
  • Speed & Quality Reports
  • Professional Pool of Resources
  • Knowledge Based Reservoir
  • State of Art Equipment and Laboratory Facilities
  • Proven Track Records, Accreditation & Recognitions
  • Independent with Integrity & Confidentiality
List of Testing Services Metallography
  • Cutting: using metallurgical cut-off machines and benchsaws
  • Mounting: capability for cold mounting (fast and slow cure), hot mounting and pressure mounting
  • Grinding & Polishing: capability to operate in manual and automatic modes
  • Etching: using chemical and electrolytic etching
  • Optical Microscopy: conducting microstructural and image analysis using upright and inverted optical microscopes
Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry (EDS)
  • SEM: for visual examination, fractography (examination of fracture surface) and dimensional measurements
  • EDS: in semi-quantitative, line scan and mapping modes
  • Sputter Coating: for SEM examination of non-conductive samples
  • Focused Ion Beam (FIB) and Cross Section Polisher (Broad Beam Ion Milling): for sample preparation
Hardness Testing
  • Vickers Microhardness: for microhardness testing of metals
  • Rockwell Hardness (HRBW, HRC): for macrohardness testing of metals
  • Durometer (Scale A and D): for hardness testing of polymers and rubbers
Chemical Analysis
  • Optical Emission Spectrometry (Arc-Met): chemical analysis of metals
  • X-ray Fluorescence (XRF): non-destructive chemical analysis of metals and non-metals
X-ray Analysis
  • X-ray Diffraction (XRD): identification of crystalline compounds in metals
Thermal Analysis
  • Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA): determines the changes in decomposition mass as a function of temperature that is unique to the polymer
  • Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC): determines the thermal transitions during phase transition as a function of temperature that is unique to the polymer
  • Thermomechanical Analysis (TMA): measure coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) as a function of temperature
Spectroscopic Analysis
  • Fourier Transform Infrared Analysis (FTIR): identification of organic materials or polymers
  • Raman Spectroscopy: complementary to FTIR, identification of chemical structure of compounds
Mechanical Testing
  • Universal Testing Machine: tensile and compression testing of materials