The goal of the EXTREME (Substitution of CRMs in components and coatings used under extreme conditions) project is to bring together high-level, highly-expert research institutions, laboratories and pilot plants, with the help of which you can create a network of infrastructure and expertise that can provide the critical raw materials focuses on its replacement and efficient use in extreme temperature and physical conditions, and also provides measurement and experimental services to SMEs, industrial partners, research institutes, and other users operating in the fields of manufacturing, processing, transport, and construction.

The measurement services offered by the Bay Zoltán Research Institute’s Engineering Division within the framework of the project: XRD phase analysis, SEM analysis without elemental mapping, SEM analysis with elemental mapping, EDS elemental mapping, ICP-OES analysis for 6 elements (Pt, Pd, Rh, Ce, Zr, Cu), Total elemental analysis of catalytic powders with ICP-OES (for all elements, that we can measure with ICP-OES technique).

If you are interested, please refer to the Extreme project.

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The project is implemented with the support of EIT KIC Raw Materials between April 2016 and March 2019

The project’s partner countries: Italy, Hungary, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Poland, Slovenia

The Hungarian partner of the project is Bay Zoltán Research Institute.

More information and the services of the network partners can be found on the website of the EXTREME project: