ASTM A262 PRACTICE A PDF

The Oxalic Acid test is only used to ensure that no corrosion exists; samples are labeled either "Acceptable" or "Suspect". A different ASTM A test method must be used to quantify the level of corrosion or to disqualify a material for use. The Oxalic Acid test is also only applicable to corrosion associated with chromium carbide precipitates and is only useful for specific material grades. Please refer to the specification for more details. The level of corrosion is determined by mass loss. The samples are weighed at each interval to determine mass loss and degree of susceptibility to intergranular attack.

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The Oxalic Acid test is only used to ensure that no corrosion exists; samples are labeled either "Acceptable" or "Suspect". A different ASTM A test method must be used to quantify the level of corrosion or to disqualify a material for use. The Oxalic Acid test is also only applicable to corrosion associated with chromium carbide precipitates and is only useful for specific material grades.

Please refer to the specification for more details. The level of corrosion is determined by mass loss. The samples are weighed at each interval to determine mass loss and degree of susceptibility to intergranular attack.

This method is preferable for chromium depletions and corrosion in intermetallic phases. Strauss Test ASTM A Practice E This test is used exclusively to determine corrosion in areas high in chromium carbide formations, and is not as effective for intergranular attack caused by other means. Strauss test specimens are boiled in a Copper Sulfate - Sulfuric Acid mixture for 15 hours. A bend test followed by a visual or micro-examination are used to determine "Pass" or "Fail" of test specimens.

The Copper Sulfate Test is especially effective for determining susceptibility to intergranular attack for low carbon steels. Our knowledgeable scientists have the experience and expertise necessary to determine the most appropriate intergranular attack testing methods for your material while providing actionable results you can rely on.

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Dirn A recent publication on intergranular corrosion. Some specific hazards statements are given in Because it can be run quickly for screening, we often run this test first. This specification covers the standard practices for detecting susceptibility to intergranular attack in austenitic stainless steels. This test method describes the procedure for conducting the ferric chloride corrosion test for detecting the presence of detrimental intermetallic phases in Duplex Stainless Steels.

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More A Methods for preparing the test specimens, rapid screening tests, apparatus setup and testing procedures, and calculations and report contents are described for each testing practice. The etch structure types used to classify the specimens are: step structure, dual structure, ditch structure, isolated ferrite, interdendritic ditches, end-grain pitting I, and end-grain pitting II. This abstract is a brief summary of the referenced standard. It is informational only and not an official part of the standard; the full text of the standard itself must be referred to for its use and application. ASTM does not give any warranty express or implied or make any representation that the contents of this abstract are accurate, complete or up to date. Significance and Use 6.

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Intergranular corrosion refers to material degradation that occurs along the grain boundaries of metallic materials after exposure to a corrosive environment. The sustainability of certain stainless steels to IGC can be influenced by prior thermal processing and welding, which is referred to as sensitization. While the damage may not be immediately visible, intergranular corrosion can cause loss of strength and integrity in a material, resulting in defects or critical failures. With proven expertise in corrosion testing , failure analysis and material properties testing across industries, we are the partner of choice for your intergranular corrosion testing program. Intergranular Corrosion IGC testing We utilize different chemicals and test conditions to evaluate a range of metallic materials for intergranular corrosion, including stainless steel austenitic, duplex and ferritic grades , nickel alloys and aluminum alloys. Our Engaged Experts have years of experience working with metallic materials and can assist in choosing the most appropriate method for evaluating the intergranular corrosion resistance of your material.

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