Carbon sulfur analysis
By burning metal in an induction furnace and then measuring the released gases via infrared light radiation, the carbon and sulfur content can be determined.
Can be applied to:
Test procedure standards:
Internal method based on ASTM E1019
This test requires a test sample of at least 1 g for cast iron and 2 g for steel. The test piece is cut into small chips and then burned in an induction furnace. The carbon and sulfur in the material are burned and converted into CO, CO2 and SO2 respectively. These gases are then measured with an infrared detector and the amount of carbon and sulfur present in the material is calculated.
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