Stainless Steel 316 Verification Kit
Sort stainless steel 316 from ordinary 304. Verify stainless steel 316 for tanks, pipes, welds, wire, castings and more. This is a rapid color spot test kit for identification of alloy content.How easy is this kit to use?
- Put the Moly Paper on any stainless steel surface
- Touch the tip of the probe to the paper for one to five seconds
- A color spot result appears in less than a minute. It's that easy!
Excellent industrial quality control and inspection tool.
- Portable - Uses the famous Koslow Electro-Spot Method
- Economical - 150 tests provided in each kit
- Non-destructive test
- Includes stainless steel 316 standard for daily qualification
- Durable, heavy-duty metal design
- Economical - 150 tests per kit
- Reliable LED indicates current flow of the Electro-Spot Alloy Extractor
- Test any size piece of stainless - from very small wires to huge tanks
- Approved method
- No bottles of chemicals. No spills
When you specify 316 stainless steel, and you pay for 316 stainless steel; how do you know you have 316 stainless steel? Mixing this desirable material with common 304 can result in a variety of nasty problems. Koslow Scientific Company understands the importance to sort 316 from other stainless steels. Supplier’s certifications and importer's promises are not enough. Testing alloy content with undeniable, foolproof, reliable kits from Koslow Scientific provides you with peace of mind. Order The Spotter 316 (1544) Stainless Steel Verification Kit and test it yourself! For over 50 years companies from pharmaceutical to aerospace have relied on Koslow kits. No need for expensive XRF equipment. No need to file off samples to mail to metallurgical testing labs. A chemical spot test is a diagnostic test that is performed by the electro-spot method. Verify your stainless steel 316 incoming and outgoing stock. Use the quality testing solutions that have been ordered by engineers, fabricators, welders and scrap metal dealers. Sensitive and interference-free chemical color tests detect the alloying components. A color develops as a result of a chemical reaction and, generally, the intensity of the color can be used to estimate the amount of alloying component present. Spot tests are easier, faster and cheaper than chemical analysis. This is usually sufficient for alloy identification differentiation and verification. 1544 includes a metal sample to be used as a testing reference. Working with the Spotter 316, qualification standard will vividly demonstrate a positive result and can be used as a reference. Moly Test Papers have a shelf life of at least one month from the time of purchase.