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Ceram has invested in a Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) system that provides identification of compounds and chemical functionality in the near-surface region of materials.

Part of Ceram’s analytical suite, the system will also form a critical part of the company’s problem-solving capability, which includes SEM, DSIMS, ToF-SIMS, XPS and 3DP.

FTIR provides detailed information on the bond structures within compounds and has numerous applications, from identification of solid or liquid organic and inorganic compounds and identification of polymers, polymer blends, rubbers, adhesives and coatings to mapping of coating thicknesses and examination of microstructures.

This will allow Ceram to offer clients confirmation of consistency of raw and finished manufacturing materials, surface modification and sample weathering studies, analysis of unknown solvents and detergents and identification of manufacturing impurities and defects.

CERAM is a global expert in materials testing, analysis and consultancy,providing customised solutions that can help you to measurably improveperformance and profitability through safer, regulatory-compliant andbetter-engineered products.

Setting new standards in materials testing, our experts work as extensionsof our clients’ teams, applying their expertise and capabilities to a widerange of sectors, including:

aerospace & defence

automotive & transport

construction

consumer & retail

electronics

energy & environment

healthcare

materials manufacturing

minerals

refractories

Headquartered in Staffordshire, UK, with laboratories and offices around theworld, CERAM employs a team of research and product developmentprofessionals who are involved in physical and chemical materials testing,research, process engineering, product design and failure analysis.

We are a UKAS accredited testing laboratory (No. 0013) in the UK and haveCERAM-accredited laboratories around the world.

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