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IMCE’s partner ELICO Marketing Pvt Ltd is thrilled to announce their participation at Indian Ceramics Asia 2024, the premier event for the ceramics, technical ceramics, refractories, and tile industries! This event will take place at Helipad Exhibition Centre, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. from March 6 to 8, 2024.

Why visit us?

Discover how the innovative RFDA technology can offer you In-Situ materials characterization possibilities!
Examples of RFDA applications:

  • Measuring of Elastic properties (E, G and v) at room temperature or continuous from -80°C to max. 1700°C
  • Study of material behaviour during temperature cycles
  • Study Phase transformations
  • Investigate Microsctructural changes
  • Determine Brittle-to-Ductile transition temperatures
  • and many more

Don’t miss out on our exclusive offer!

Visit the booth and ask us for a free demo measurement!
Experience the benefits of the RFDA with a room temperature measurement on up to 5 samples, or one sample at high temperature (max. 1600°C).


More information about the Indian Ceramics Asia 2024 event and possibility to register can be found on the Indian Ceramics website.


What is the RFDA-method?

The Resonant Frequency and Damping Analyzer (RFDA), introduces an innovative solution revolutionizing non-destructive measurements across various industries.
These industries include metallurgy, ceramics, refractories, building materials, coatings, product inspection and many more. The RFDA offers exceptional accuracy and efficiency in determining key elastic properties such as Young’s modulus, Shear modulus, and Poisson’s ratio for isotropic materials.

Utilizing a basic impulse excitation measurement technique, the RFDA identifies resonant frequencies and damping (Q-1) with exceptional precision, outperforming traditional methods. Unlike destructive tests such as tensile or bending tests, RFDA delivers dynamic Young’s modulus, enabling continuous in-situ measurements even during temperature cycles. This ensures real-time insights into material behavior throughout heating, dwell time, and cooling phases.

RFDA’s advanced frequency analysis method surpasses other impulse excitation techniques (IET) by optimizing parameters iteratively, resulting in better resolution (<0.1%) and accuracy. Additionally, RFDA uniquely provides individual damping values, a representative material property crucial for comprehensive characterization.

Embraced by industrial and academic researchers worldwide, RFDA offers versatility, analyzing homogeneous and isotropic materials with ease. For orthotropic materials, a similar technique is available, ensuring comprehensive applicability.

Unlock the potential of RFDA for fast, accurate, and non-destructive material characterization, setting new standards in quality control and research.

Find our more about the RFDA technology here!