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Temperature

Testing at elevated or extremely low temperatures includes the challenge of quantifying and characterizing the material properties of the sample. This data is critical to understanding the operational limits and reliability of the product or equipment under evaluation.

At Stress Engineering Services, we have the ability to support unique and extreme temperature situations including fire exposure, controlled thermal cycling up to 1200°F (650°C), and a wide range of cold and cryogenic tests. Examples of the range of cold testing we perform include:

  • Testing of tensile coupons and full-scale pipe sections with temperatures as low as -320°F (-196°C)
  • Full-scale testing of compressed gas transportation tanks at temperatures as low as -69°F (-56°C)
  • Circulating fluid at -40°F (-40°C) to quantify the impact on the inner pipe structure
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    Additional Information:

    +  High Pressure / High Temperature (HPHT)

    +  High Temperature Creep Testing