Is this the aluminum alloy that it's supposed to be? Can I conduct the same quality assurance inspections that my customers use? Can I assume foreign imports are what they claim to be? Is my stock labeled correctly? Inspect it yourself! The Aluminum Alloy ID Lab was specifically developed to identify various aluminum alloys. It is particularly useful in such varied application areas as scrap sorting, Q.C., inventory identification and labeling, field repair and replacement checks, and welding compatibility determinations.
The classification of aluminum into the following groups: 1000, 2000, 5000, 6000, and 7000.
- Easy to Use - no training necessary
- Economical - pennies per test
- Completely portable
- QC inspection approved method
- Fast & easy; 30 seconds per test.
Maintaining the quality your customer's demand doesn't require a fancy or expensive program. Use the kits specified by major companies worldwide to inspect your incoming and outgoing parts and materials. Pharmaceutical & food, aerospace, marine, and automotive industries all rely on Koslow Scientific kits for fast, conclusive results.
How can alloy inspection be so easy? Color spot tests isolate and identify the distinguishing element that separates the alloy you want from the one you don't. Copper, Magnesium, Magnesium, Manganese, and Zinc. are all easily detectable with the 1513. It's simple. First, check the chart of alloy compositions. Then consult the instruction manual for the ElectroSpot procedure. Finally, look for a color test spot revealing the element. You've answered your alloy concerns with confidence.
Various aluminum alloy series can be distinguished from one another quickly, simply, and economically. This capability eliminates the high incidence of costly aluminum alloy identification errors.
The kit includes solutions, current supply, and papers. The kit is neatly packaged in a durable carrying case.
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Accessorize your Aluminum Kit by working side by side with the Metal Samples Collection 1900. This set of 24 coupon samples is an excellent tool for running spot checks on unmarked commercial metals and aluminum alloys. To identify tiny pieces of aluminum, see the Speck Check Kit.
- Demo The ElectroSpot Method
- Metal Standards Collection
- The Select-A-Kit Guide
- Click here to download the manual
Part No. 1513