offers complete testing
services. We routinely test for these
- Golf Course
- Oil Recovery
- Environmental Waste
- A variety of material re-use
Palmer can perform virtually any mixing test on granular to
powder materials with any liquid chemical system. We can
perform resin mixing tests, reclamation tests, both mechanical
and thermal, as well as rebonding cycle tests.
While our strength is in foundry sands, we have performed tests
and trials on frac sand, rubber crumb, adhesives, wood fiber,
salt, baghouse fines, oxides, carbon, titanium, carbide, and
Our laboratory, The Strausbaugh Technology Center, is equipped
with the necessary equipment to perform standard foundry sand
tests: LOI, ADV, Screen Analysis, Tensile Testing, Transverse
Testing, pH Testing, Percent Sodium or Potassium Testing, as
well as other non-foundry tests.
We can meter mix aggregate powders, liquids, and
chemicals of all kinds. Our extensive knowledge of solids and liquid
metering in addition to our 35 years of mixing experience makes us an ideal
testing lab for many industrial and manufacturing applications.
facility is equipped to handle extensive tests including: sand testing,
degassing, metal filtration, drying, mixing, core blowing and more. We will
complete testing as specified by you, and provide you with written
documentation of the testing results. In addition, we welcome the
opportunity to take a closer look at how your material will perform with
Palmer’s equipment. And, all test fees can be applied to the total price
when you purchase Palmer equipment within 6 months of the test results (up
to 5% of the total equipment cost). This takes the guesswork out of the
equation and reinforces our commitment to providing you with the absolute
best equipment for your process.
quick results, we can video tape all testing results and review the results
with you online.
To learn more about our testing facility or to
discuss your project,
please call Palmer Manufacturing toll free:
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