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Our Mach 0.3 Burner Rig Facility can test materials of various geometries and compositions from 700°F to 2500°F under oxidation or corrosive environments.



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Cyclic Oxidation Laboratory Cyclic Oxidation Laboratory
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Erosion Burner Rig Erosion Burner Rig
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Mass Spectrometry Laboratory High Temperature Mass Spectrometry Facility
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High Pressure Burner Rig High Pressure Burner Rig
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Laser Laboratory Laser Laboratory
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Mach 0.3 Burner Rigs Mach 0.3 Burner Rigs
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Quick Access Rocket Exhaust (QARE) Rig Quick Access Rocket Exhaust (QARE) Rig
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Plasma Spray Facility Plasma Spray Facility
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Plasma Spray - Physical Vapor Deposition (PS-PVD) Facility Plasma Spray - Physical Vapor Deposition (PS-PVD) Facility
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PVD Coatings Laboratory PVD Coatings Laboratory
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Thermogravimetric Analysis Laboratory Thermogravimetric Analysis Laboratory
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Vacuum Hot Press Facility Vacuum Hot Press Facility
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