The largest metals database for fast and easy grade identification is already installed on all our optical emission spectrometers and optional on the X-MET8000 handheld XRF series.
The GRADE Database offers more than 15 million records for over 350,000 materials from 74 countries and standards. Update your instrument’s grade database with a few clicks, no time-consuming research in norms and grade catalogues.Download the brochure
With a few easy steps you can
| find equivalents to foreign metals and compare alternatives side by side or cross reference,
| search for metals worldwide by specific chemical composition or mechanical properties,
| decipher metal specifications and find the correct grade for a specific application,
| find precise traceable and reliable mechanical, physical and other property data for various conditions and temperatures,
| follow the ever increasing pace of changes to national and international standards (such as AISI/ASTM, DIN, EN, BS, JIS, GOST and many more).
Read our blog "A more efficient way to understand worldwide metal standards" to understand the importance of having a comprehensive grade reference database.Read the blog