Thales Australia Limited

Site

Maritime and Aerospace Metallurgy and Materials Laboratory

Accreditation No.

20446

Site No.

15047

Date of Accreditation

19 Aug 1953

Address

Ground Floor, Building 68, Garden Island
Potts Point, NSW 2011
Australia

thalesgroup.com.au

Contact

Dr Richard Jackson P: +61 (02) 95623346

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Manufactured Goods

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Material performance evaluation of metal products Prepared metallic test specimens Hardness Superficial Rockwell

AS 1815.1

Hardness Brinell

AS 1816.1

Hardness Rockwell - Scale B; Rockwell - Scale C

AS 1815.1

Hardness; Microhardness Vickers

AS 1817.1;

ASTM E384

Welded test specimens Macroscopic examination Macroscopic examination

AS 2205.5.1

Fracture test Macroscopic examination; Visual examination AS/NZS 2205.4.1, ISO 9017
Hardness Vickers

AS 2205.6.1


ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Materials

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Metallic corrosion evaluation Chemical corrosion treatment materials; Plating Coating thickness Microscopic examination

AS 2331.1.1

Metallographic evaluation of metals and alloys Aluminium and aluminium alloys Grain size; Phase identification and proportion Point count

AS 1733;

ASTM E562;

In-house method M16
Austenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloys; Magnesium alloys; Nickel and nickel alloys; Titanium and titanium alloys Grain size; Phase identification and proportion Point count

AS 1733;

ASTM E562;

In-house method M16
Copper and copper alloys Grain size; Phase identification and proportion Point count

AS 1733;

ASTM E562;

In-house method M16
Ferrous materials Case depth and depth of decarburisation; Grain size; Phase identification and proportion Point count

AS 1733;

AS 1982;

AS 2003;

ASTM E562;

In-house method M16

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