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Buehler's Impact on the Energy Materials Industry
The energy industry pushes materials to their limits, whether through gas-fired turbines, oil and gas operations or renewable technologies, such as wind and solar. Buehler rises to the challenge every time with metallographic equipment and consumables designed to power ingenuity, sustainability and excellence. We have a deep understanding of geology and how it correlates to materials testing equipment and consumables. We also have a core commitment to service and support, leading many of the world's most recognizable energy suppliers to call on us when they analyze:
Tubing, Pipes, and Support Structures
Tubing, Pipes, & Support Structures
Steam Chests and High-Pressure Vessels
Steam Chests & High-Pressure Vessels
Down-Hole Components (rods, bits and pipe)
Down-Hole Components
Turbine Blades
Turbine Blades
Composite Materials
Composite Materials
Mining and Mineralogy
Mining & Mineralogy
Solar Power

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