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At Cormet, we offer a range of services to help you get the most out of your material and corrosion testing instruments. Whether you need help with instrument design, maintenance, or upgrades, we're here to support you every step of the way.

 We understand that your testing needs may evolve over time, so we offer flexible services to meet your changing requirements.


At Cormet, we understand the challenges you face in material and corrosion testing. That's why we've designed our instruments to provide you with reliable and consistent results in both laboratory and field environments. We're committed to supporting you every step of the way in your scientific endeavours.


Cormet's instruments are the perfect solution for those in the power generation, chemical, transportation, steel, and oil & gas industries looking to perform reliable and consistent corrosion testing and research. 

We provide corrosion testing instruments tailored to university and industrial laboratories, so you can be sure that you have the necessary tools to meet your needs. With our instruments you will receive representative and reproducible results every time.


Here are some of our most recent customers that we have provided solutions for. Go to read more for a more in-depth project description, or browse all to see all of our past projects.

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Shell Global

Shell’s corrosion laboratory in Bangalore is studying CO2 corrosion in the presence of water and contaminants.


We want each of our customers to be sure that they are in good hands. To ensure our value to you, here are a couple of reasons why you should consider working with us.


Cormet's instruments are designed to provide you with reliable and consistent results. We focus on manufacturing high-quality products, without rushing or compromising.


With 30+ years of experience, no project is too complex for us. The solutions you need are designed by well-qualified professionals that will also guide you through using your new machine if needed.


Cormet provides testing instruments tailored to your specific needs, so you can be sure that you have the necessary tools for any kind of test.


Cormet has a diverse customer base, ranging from organizations to academic institutions. This demonstrates the versatility and effectiveness of Cormet's instruments across a variety of fields and applications.

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  • Why perform corrosion tests in a laboratory?
    Corrosion testing is often done in two types of environments: real field and laboratory. Weight loss tests are common in the field environment, where corrosion rate sensors are available for testing. In a laboratory, the testing environment can be easily modified to test a wider range of conditions, without disrupting production. However, it's important to be careful about the testing environment to ensure accurate results.
  • What is stress corrosion cracking?
    Broadly speaking stress corrosion cracking can be considered as a concept that includes for example stress corrosion cracking (SCC), sulfide stress cracking (SSC) and corrosion fatigue. Common for all these corrosion phenomena are three factors: material, stress and environment. SCC differs from universal corrosion or local corrosion, such as pitting corrosion, due to its latent destruction potential. A brittle fracture due to SCC can grow undetected at a fast pace until the construction fails.
  • How to study stress corrosion cracking?
    There are various SCC testing methods. Deciding the testing method depends on the purpose of the test and the information required. Certain tests tempt to reproduce the service conditions to simulate the effect of the operating environment as closely as possible. Other tests are designed to study the mechanistic aspects of SCC. The specimens can be roughly divided into two categories: 1) smooth and 2) notched or pre-cracked specimens. Various loading modes are also available: slow strain, constant load, and cyclic fatigue tests. Smooth specimen tests cover the entire corrosion process, from the start of the crack to the moment it breaks. The results include data such as plastic strain, time-to-failure, and reduction of the specimen's cross-section area. Pre-cracked specimens are used to measure the crack growth rate or perform fracture mechanic tests.
  • How to create a representative testing environment?
    SCC is a combination of material properties, stress, and environment. To get results that are representative and reproducible, it's important to carefully manage the testing environment and reduce deviations. This includes setting parameters for the operation, testing cell type, and accessories as part of the research plan. It's important to pay attention to the chemicals, liquids, and gases used, as well as the operating temperature and pressure. Make sure the specimen, specimen holders, and testing cell are all clean. If the operation requires high temperature and pressure, a pressure vessel should be used as the testing cell. Sometimes the operator needs to monitor and adjust the gas content, conductivity, and pH of the operation environment. All sensors and controlling devices should be calibrated regularly.
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