Fischer Instruments Measure Micro-Hardness

Originally titled 'Instruments Measure Micro-Hardness'

Fischer Technology offers a variety of devices that use instrumented indentation technology to measure mechanical properties such as hardness, modulus and creep of micro- and nano-scale coatings, components, cross-sections and modified surfaces.

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Fischer Technology offers a variety of devices that use instrumented indentation technology to measure mechanical properties such as hardness, modulus and creep of micro- and nano-scale coatings, components, cross-sections and modified surfaces.

The FischerScope HM2000S and HM2000 both investigate mechanical properties of materials in the micro- and nanometer range, and the HM2000 also offers motorized X, Y and Z tables for complete automation. The company’s Picodentor HM500 features an ultra-high-resolution nano-indentation head that measures in the nanometer range and also offers motorized X, Y and Z tables.