VAN WAVEREN SYSTEMS
Investigation
How we work
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Under the microscope
References
Where we've been
View of surface
1A - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
View of surface
Cross-section through a transparent particle in the CC
1B - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section through a transparent particle in the CC This particle is possibly a reacted 2K CC particle.
View of an inclusion
2A - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
View of an inclusion visible under the surface
Cross-section through a metal-particle in the EC
2B - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section through a metal-particle in the EC. Whether this particle occurred first on the surface, or first in the EC, is not clear.
View of an inclusion visible under the surface
3A - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
View of an inclusion visible under the surface. Long, small lint-shaped particle under the BC.
The blue spot is a reflection of light.
Cross-section.
3B - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section. At this place the filler was damaged mechanically. Later it was covered with BC and CC.
View of surface above an inclusion.
4A - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
View of surface above an inclusion.
Cross-section through a metal-particle in the EC.
4B - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section through a metal-particle in the EC.
View of surface
5 - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section of a coating system. Fibre in the filler
Cross-section of a sealing particle in the filler
6 - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section of a sealing particle in the filler
Cross-section of an unknown particle in the filler.
7 - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section of an unknown particle in the filler.
Cross-section of an overspray Agglomerat in the filler.
8 - Part of an analysis with microscopic investigation.
Cross-section of an overspray Agglomerat in the filler.
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