Knowing how and why a fault has occurred in mainly mechanical components in service as well as during their manufacturing phase is the first step in establishing the bases for an effective, long-lasting solution.
Thanks to our experience and knowledge in lubrication, maintenance, tribology, mechanics or mechanical component design, among other things, Bureau Veritas is turning its expertise into specific solutions and with the maximum guarantee for detecting the causes of faults in industrial components in different sectors.
What is more, we offer an Advisory Service on Solutions by proposing alternatives to minimize the consequences of recurring faults in production processes, in which reliability is a key aspect.
About Diagnosing the Causes of Faults
Diagnosing the Causes of Faults is set in motion as soon as a problem has been spotted in any component, either during its service life or during its manufacture.
However, the service is not restricted to providing one-off solutions for the mechanical or working problems of machines. So that our clients can obtain the maximum value potential, Bureau Veritas has designed a permanent consulting service for companies. That way, clients can acquire up-to-date information about their industrial processes and minimize the costs caused by the problems that arise.
After that, following a multidisciplinary analysis process involving high added value, the experts issue their diagnosis, which is then turned into the basis for finding the best solution for the problem in the component or industrial process.
Testing and Resources
To issue their diagnoses, the Bureau Veritas researchers conduct metallurgical, mechanical, chemical, friction, wear and corrosion tests.
Optical fractography and SEM
Spotting internal or surface defects using SEM/EDS
Analysis of mechanisms and causes of wear
Faults due to corrosion or tribocorrosion
Microstructures and grain size
SEM + X-ray diffraction
Measuring of thicknesses in coatings and layers
Universal static testing machine (traction / compression / bending) up to 60 mT
Universal static testing machine for polymers and composites (5mT)
Rockwell, Vickers, Brinel, Shore hardnesses
Resilience tests (Charpy)
Measurement of residual stresses by means of x-ray diffractometer (stress depth profiling and measurements in real parts).
Measurement of residual stresses (depth profiling) through the hole drilling technique.
Measurement of residual stresses by means of neutron diffraction to obtain stresses inside actual large-sized parts.
ASTM B117 Salt spray chamber (2,030 x 635 mm).
Titanium Autoclave for constant load/cyclical fatigue of 25kN in corrosive liquid, up to 300⁰C and 16MP.
Electrochemical pack with potentiostat and Ag/AgCl reference electrode
Autoclave for constant load/cyclical fatigue of 25kN with ceramic furnace to work with gases (CO, CO2, SO2,…) up to 800⁰C.
Chemical analysis of metals and ceramics
X-ray fluorescence spectrometry
ICP plasma spectrometry
LECO C-S and LECO N-O-H combustion analysis
GDOES depth analysis
Chemical analysis of waste waters and aqueous fluids
ICP plasma spectrometry
Friction and wear testing
One-way and reciprocal Pin-on-disk
Abrasión (Taber) y erosión (Air Jet)
Linear contact simulation (Twin Disk) and gears (FZG) testing
Surface fatigue in pure bearings (ball-on-rod)
Sealing joints and testing
Structural characterization of elastomers
Joint friction and wear. Polymer tribology
Leak detection (Helium Leak Detection)
Advice on vacuum technology
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