Nanoindenters by KLA Tencor
Nanoindenters from KLA Tencor utilize superior cutting-edge technology. The physics behind the measurements has been optimized to produce repeatable data.
- Easy-to-use, providing best-in-industry performance
- Minimal training required due to the user-friendly interface
- No need for a dedicated operator
- Customizable software for different applications
Perfect Nanofibers Every Time
The Fluidnatek from Bioinicia fabricates micro and nano scaled fibers and particles through the electrospinning and electrospraying techniques. Versatile and powerful, these instruments generate precise, controlled, reproducible and scalable product for your application needs.
Quantifying the Nanoscale World
Analyze molecular interactions and surface properties in real-time with QSense® and QCM-D. The unique dissipation parameter is obtained under non-voltage conditions. This enables rapid and accurate measurements suitable for a wide range of samples, including aqueous as well as organic solvent systems.
World Leading Scanning Electron Microscope
The Phenom desktop SEM combines a fast, easy to use workflow with high resolution imaging. The highly detailed images are the result in the high brightness, long life source. Users no longer need to fear catastrophic source failure and downtime that come from other SEMs. High uptime, no user maintenance and lowest cost of ownership have made the Phenom the best selling microscope in the world.
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Expanded nanoindentation product line to include the iNano®, iMicro, inSEM® HT and NanoFlip. Founded upon…
Nano Indenter® G200: Superior Physics
The Nano Indenter® G200 from KLA-Tencor is a high-performance nanoindentation system that provides fast, accurate, and repeatable mechanical property data with high spatial resolution. From the inventor of nanoindentation, Warren Oliver, the Nano Indenter® G200 delivers best-in-industry performance.
Ion Milling Technique
Ion milling is the process of removing the top amorphous layer on a material to reveal the pristine sample surface for high-resolution imaging and post-processing.