Crenlo’s metallurgical lab is equipped to perform the physical testing of tensile, yield, elongation, impact and hardness on incoming raw material.
Weld testing and inspection equipment includes both magnetic particle and ultrasonic weld inspection equipment.
Dimensional measurement capabilities include a “Fabrivision” optical comparison machine with a 48″ x 72″ scan surface, a Virtek QC Laser with a 48″ scan surface capable of merging four different scans into one report, and three Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM).
A computer assisted Sheffield Portage CMM with 100″ x 140″ surface tables and a 72″ vertical measuring capacity. A Direct Computer Controlled (DCC) Brown & Sharpe Validator CMM with a measuring capacity of 72″ x 48″ x 36″, and a DCC LK LY90S CMM with a measuring capacity of 118″ x 62″ x 98″.
The appearance and performance of painted finishes is established and monitored in a laboratory equipped with a Data Color computerized color analyzer, as well as salt spray, conical bend, taber abrasion, gloss, film thickness, scrape, adhesion and drop testing equipment.