Materials testing and analysis
In-depth knowledge of the contents and composition of your materials ensures qualified decision processes - during design, operation, failure or damage.
- Advanced surface characterisation & analysis
- Analysis & control of technical water
- Analysis electronic product
- Analysis of fuels and fuel residues
- Analysis of Steel and other metals
- Consultancy and verification
- Corrosion and materials examinations
- Destructive testing
- Failure and damage investigation
- Fatigue testing
- Food contact materials
- Fracture mechanic testing
- Materials examination and consultancy concrete and brickwork
- Mechanical testing
- Standardised tests and special procedures
- Tensile testing
- Test & analysis of plastics & composites
- Testing of welds, brazings and expansion procedures
- The Danish Assay Office
- Toughness testing
Surface characterisation facility
We have state-of-the-art equipment for surface characterisation and analysis. Our equipment covers both 3D-microscopy, electron microscopy and X-ray analysis.
The Blade Test Centre (BLAEST)
The Blade Test Centre ensures responsibility and continuity from start to end in the blade testing procedures, taking your high demand for quality to the next level.
FACT-Lab - test materials in realistic environment
Is your company challenged on materials in aggressive environments? Choose between a wide range of tests, including standard tests (e.g. NACE, ASTM etc.) and special tests such as laboratory and full scale tests.
Chemical analysis laboratory
In our chemical analysis laboratory, we perform characterisation and analyses of all types of substances and materials.
LWT - Lindoe Welding Technology
Optimise or grow your business using high quality laser welding.
On-site quality assurance of 2.5 kilometers stainless steel ventilating ducts
Flexibility, metallurgic expert knowledge and on-site Optical Emission Spectrometry (OES analysis) were vital for the completion of the task.
Component disintegrate in unique test facilities
Life test of components in the harshest and most aggressive environments.
How you can optimise the curing process for epoxy – and ensure the quality of your product
Many companies experience challenges with the quality of the finished product when manufacturing composites and coatings. We have therefore identified a thermal analysis method that ensures optimal curing of epoxy in the manufacturing process, thereby reducing the risk of complaints and recalls of products.
MX3D printed bridge wins prestigious prize
FORCE Technology is involved in developing a complete monitoring system to verify the strength of the bridge and its behaviour by means of strain gauges and accelerometers among others.
5 considerations for requirement specification
When making requirement specifications for plastic materials and products.
Composites leave traditional materials behind
A longboard made from composites with a lower weight and better riding feel was the result of a case study.
When a motorway bridge collapses
Mere seconds after a vehicle had passed the motorway bridge collapsed. FORCE Technology was appointed as head of the commission to find the cause of the collapse.
3D printing of tools
Thürmer Tools 3D-prints tools and compares them to traditionally printed tools. We are testing the 3D-printet tools with fatigue tests and application trials.
Root cause analysis of water ingress into Emma Mærsk
Emma Mærsk experienced severe sea water ingress into the engine room. Subsequently, FORCE Technology’s experts assisted at finding the cause for the failure.