Clark specializes in routine chemical analysis and comprehensive investigative chemical testing for the steel and related industries. Clark's analytical chemistry lab ensures the highest caliber proficiency through expertise, documented test procedures, and stringent quality assurance standards.
All chemical analyses are performed under our ISO/IEC Guide 17025 standards and in accordance with ASTM, API or other approved applicable methods. Additionally, we have experience utilizing chemical techniques to develop new methods. Clark's analytical chemistry lab ensures our client's materials are meeting all required specifications. We help identify and assess characteristics, properties and flaws of materials and metal parts.
Clark routinely analyzes ferrous and nonferrous metals, metallic and organic coatings, process solutions, petroleum products, and surface cleanliness of steel. Other capabilities include analysis of raw materials and by-products such as steel additives, fluxes, ceramics, refractory, slag, lime, pellets, scrap, bag house dust, coal and coke, as well as other industrial materials for composition and/or contamination.
Our commitment to forge ahead with technology in metallurgical testing for the Primary Metals Industries empowers us with comprehensive testing services. We can accommodate specific application needs. Clark has provided such testing services to steel and aluminum manufactures, also to end users, globally.
Clark's Analytical Chemistry Laboratory specializes in routine analysis and comprehensive investigative chemical testing for the steel and related industries. Equipped with advanced instrumentation, the Analytical Chemistry Lab ensures high-quality performance through analytical expertise, documented test procedures, and stringent quality assurance standards.
Clark Testing continuously operates under stringent quality assurance guidelines ensure all policies, practices and procedures meet or exceed industry standards. Clark’s QA/QC programs follow the accreditation guidelines of ISO 17025-2017, 10CFR50 Appendix B, NQA-1 and AIHA.