Destructive Testing

We are highly competent in conducting all kinds of destructive tests. These are carried out to understand the specimen's structural performance and material behavior under different loads. The tests are known for their ability to provide comprehensive information and are easy to carry out. They are also much simpler to interpret than nondestructive testing.

The various tests conducted by us include:

Hardness Test

We offer a premium quality range of Hardness Test (On Various Measuring Scales), which are available for measurement of the hardness of various alloys as well as metals. These services are used in varied places such as laboratories, inspection departments, heat treatment shops, tool rooms, casting, forging industries as well as educational institutions. Thus, our service are also used for testing the non-ferrous materials like aluminum as well as iron.


  • Available with automatic weight selection
  • Better functionality
  • Easy operation

Tensile Test

We are an eminent provider of optimum quality range of Tensile Test (High Temperature & Room Temp.) The offered service are given using high quality material and latest technology in compliance with international quality standards and norms. These temperature controllers are widely acclaimed for their durability, reliability and superior performance. All these tensile test pass through a rigorous quality test which is conducted by our quality experts.

Positive Metal Identification

Positive Material Identification (PMI) is the analysis of a metallic alloy to establish composition by reading the quantities of its constituent elements. Typical (XRF) and Optical emission spectrometry (OES).

PMI in alloys used throughout the physical plant is no longer a choice,but a necessity. simply relying on spot testing of parts and sub-assemblies is too risky & totally unacceptable.

Wet Analysis

Wet chemistry is utilized at AEIS for identifying and quantifying the elements in metals when optical emission spectroscopy and atomic absorption spectroscopy cannot be reliably performed on a sample. One such example would be filings from an old Cast Iron column in an eighty-five year old building. Wet chemical analysis is also performed as a referee method when controversial results from the other techniques are noted.

Wet chemistry can be performed for coating identification, qualitative chemical measurements like calorimetry (changes in color), other processes like titrimetry and gravimetry.


Wet Chemical Analysis could be done to find the following:

  • Specific gravity
  • Moisture
  • Conductivity
  • pH
  • Salinity
  • Density
  • Viscosity
  • Cloud point
  • Concentration