About Analytical Chemistry Division, CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory
Formation of National Metallurgical Laboratory in 1950 was seen as a major step towards the progress of free India and was solely dedicated to provide the nation with a network of research institutes capable of taking the country forward in Science & Technology. The laboratory owes much to Tata industries and ISWP.
Laboratory of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) has 38 members.
The Laboratory brings forth a number of pilot plants, research programmes along with a wide range of analysis and testing amenities under the following heads: Analytical, corrosion, physical property evaluation, non-destructive evaluation, metallurgical, mineral processing, heat treatment, water analysis, micro structural characterization, melting services and related material characterization and several other miscellaneous testing faculties or facilities.