CA Sample collection

ICP – Inductively Coupled Plasma is a spectrophotometric method to perform chemical analysis of metals and alloys in the engineering sector. The test specimen is dissolved in a solution and then analysed in ICP. 

The most common use of this test method is for analysing small specimens which cannot be analysed on OES. Examples: 

Analysis of drillings/burr sample collected from a live pipeline, tiny residues from failed parts as part of the failure investigations, residual metallic filings in the engine oil.

LMATS performs onsite sample collection on live petroleum pipelines using proven procedures to prevent contamination.

Contact LMATS Melbourne or Sydney testing laboratory for your chemical analysis or material identification requirements.