In 1991, Eastern Applied Research began as a regional service provider for x-ray fluorescence instruments. Technical associates offered on-site certification, consultation, and repair services with a focus on the East Coast of the United States. Those associates realized that most clients were looking for a single source for XRF Technology service and support. So, Eastern Applied added an in-house standards laboratory for standard re-certification and manufacturing of new XRF standards. They also began offering XRF analyzers for their clients testing needs.
In time, through the organizations dedication to offering efficient response times and competitive pricing (an overall dedication to customer satisfaction) the client list grew and demanded additional technical staff be added to support that demand. Expanding the on-site service personal to include representatives to cover Central and Western United States was the next step in the evolution of this complete service provider. Eastern Applied Research has continued to grow over the years and now provides service and support throughout North America – covering Canada and Mexico with bi-lingual service personal as needed.
Eastern Applied’s core technical staff has a complete working knowledge of a wide range of XRF analyzer models and the field staff receives extensive training on each model to insure a satisfactory experience for the client. Sales of XRF analyzers has expanded from just reconditioned systems (used XRF) to include new analyzers from a leader in XRF technology – Hitachi High-Tech. XRF analyzers from Hitachi High-Tech are known for providing the highest reliability and excellent precision for a large number of application interests.
For more than sixty five years Elcometer has been a world leader in the design, manufacture and supply of inspection equipment to the coatings, concrete and metal detection industry.
Ever since the first Elcometer gauge was manufactured in 1947, our philosophy has been to provide industry leading, innovative, high quality products; supported by a best-in-class customer experience at a competitive price. By concentrating on these core values, Elcometer has grown into a global network with representation in over 70 countries.
With a range of products specifically developed to meet the needs of the coatings industry, Elcometer is well positioned to provide you with the solution to your inspection requirements – whatever and wherever they might be.
Surface Cleanliness and Profile
Moisture & Corrosion
RH, Dewpoint & Temperature
Oven Temperature Profile
Wet Film & Powder Thickness
Dry Film Thickness
Pinhole & Porosity
Physical Test Equipment:
Fineness of Grind
Drying Time & Permeability
Washability & Abrasion
Hardness & Scratch
Elasticity & Deformation
The LE Model Laser Extensometers are precision, wide-range instruments specifically designed for accurate, non-contact measurement of strain on various materials under tensile or compressive conditions. They may also be utilized for other applications where non-contact measurement is desired. The LE models are completely self-contained and are housed in a single compact enclosure. They take advantage of the latest laser technology in order to achieve high performance with minimal maintenance.
The Model LE Laser Extensometers provide: a digital display; 4 button keypad; analog output; and an RS-232 computer interface; all of which are located on the back panel. Instrument operation may be from the back panel or remote via the RS232 interface.
Although these instruments are designed to handle a wide range of measurement applications, the Model LE Laser Extensometers are easy to operate. They utilize a unique scanning laser beam technique to measure dimension changes from one side of the subject, eliminating the need for a scan receiver on the opposite side. For special applications requiring transmission around or through a specimen or other object, alternate methods can be implemented.
ElektroPhysik is one of the leading manufacturers of measuring instruments used for advancing surface technology, research and quality control. Being a pioneer in the field of non-destructive coating thickness measurement, ElektroPhysik, in cooperation with national and international standardizing institutes and universities has successfully advanced new product developments along with international standardization of the coating thickness measurement.
ElektroPhysik privately held company owned and managed by the Steingroever family. It is headquarters are in Köln Germany near the famous Rein River. ElektroPhysik still occupies the original building though it has gone through many expansions over the years to facilitate growth.
ElektroPhysik maintains branch offices including the U.S.A. and is represented by distributors and agents globally in almost every country in the world. It is this network and partnerships that enable ElektroPhysik to service its customers and provide the support required in today’s competitive global marketplace.
The first coating thickness testing gauge was developed by Dr. Steingroever. Utilizing the Magnetic Attraction principle, it was called the MikroTest (still manufactured today and even available in digital display format, it probably remains the most utilized coating thickness testing device utilized, even today) . Magnetic Attraction is a very reliable technique for measuring coatings however its only drawback is that it only works with coatings applied over ferrous materials such as steel and iron.
However, the Magnetic Attraction principle paved the way for the development of analog devices. First using Eddy Current and then later Magnetic Induction, these devices expanded coating thickness testing beyond just corrosion control.
Today all three of these principles are used to non-destructively measure a variety of coatings. Magnetic Attraction is the measuring principle used in the MikroTest, PenTest and MiniPen by ElektroPhysik.
Magnetic Induction is the measuring principle of choice for ferrous metal substrate application while the Eddy Current principle is the measuring principle of choice for non-ferrous metal substrate applications.
Both of these measuring principles are found in the MiniTest family of gauges as well as the eXacto by ElektroPhysik.
More recently ElektroPhysik developed yet another measuring principle primarily for non-metal substrate applications such plastic and wood. The QuintSonic utilizes a high level ultrasound approach which has enabled measurements to be conducted on these types of substrates non-destructively.
On April 20, 2007 ElektroPhysik launched a new model, the MiniTest 700 Series with SIDSP® digital sensor technology.
SIDSP® is an ElektroPhysik exclusive which took years of research and development. SIDSP® stands for Sensor Integrated Digital Signal Processing and the way that works is that entire coating thickness measurement is processed in the sensor at the point of measurement. SIDSP® is unlike previous conventional techniques where an analog signal was generated at the sensor and then that signal would be sent to a host gauge to processing. The vulnerability with that technique was that it was susceptible to environmental influences such as strong electro-magnetic fields and other signal disturbances that could affect the analog signal and therefore the reading.
Strain measurement for materials testing is our sole business at Epsilon.
Over thirty years of experience have gone into the development of our products. At our facility in Jackson, Wyoming, we design and build extensometers for testing around the world. Extensometers are available for testing almost all engineering materials including: elastomers, plastics, composites, metals, ceramics, geomaterials (e.g. rock, concrete, and asphalt), and biomaterials including bone. There are models for tiny and delicate samples, including relatively fine wire, up to massive metal samples and large rock cores. The huge variety of models covers nearly every type of test as well, including: tensile, compression, bend, fracture mechanics, and cyclic strain controlled tests like low cycle fatigue. Many of our extensometers are capable of relatively high frequency operation as well.
High Temperature Axial Extensometers
Transverse and Diametrical Extensometers
High Temperature Transverse and Diametrical Extensometers
Fracture Mechanics Clip-on Gages
Rock, Concrete and Asphalt Extensometers
Deflection Gages (Deflectometers)
Filmetrics was founded in 1995 with the mission of making thin-film measurements simple and affordable. Prior to our arrival, film-thickness measurement instruments cost $50,000 or more and required advanced training. Single measurements took as long as an hour.
The Filmetrics approach, borne of the microelectronics and software revolution, results in film-thickness measurements that take less than a second – by operators who can be trained in minutes.
In just one click, we measure thin-film thickness by analyzing how the film reflects light. By measuring light not visible to the human eye, films as thin as 1nm and as thick as 13mm can be measured. And, because there are no moving parts, results are available in seconds: film thickness, color, refractive index, and even roughness.
Spectral Reflectance SR
SR vs Ellipsometry
SR vs Profilometry
Refractive Index Database
Welcome to FINE GROUP the group of companies in Miraj (Maharashtra State – INDIA) are one of the leading manufacturer of Material Testing Machines. All these years the group is involved for excellence in quality of standards of products and now we can proclaim with pride that we have achieved it. Our products have always maintained the quality standards. We have a world wide clients including companies from America, Africa, Europe, Asia & Gulf. We also have many clients in India
Universal Testing Machine
Tensile Testing Machine
Computer servo controlled ball screw driven Universal Testing Machine
Compression Testing Machine
Spring Testing Machine
Horizontal Chain and Rope Testing Machine
Micro Vickers Hardness Tester
Automatic Optical Brinell Hardness Tester
Special Custom Built Testing Machines
Motorised Impact Testing Machines, Model : AIT-300-MA
Fischer Technology, a member of the HELMUT FISCHER GROUP, began manufacturing Fischer products in Windsor, CT in 1979 and has a strong commitment to continuously improve the quality of our products and services. Fischer is registered to ISO 9001:2008 and is responsible for sales, production, technical support and service for the United States, Canada and Mexico with multiple service centers around the country. This type of service is unmatched in the industry for coating thickness, material testing, material analysis and micro-hardness measurement applications.
The Fischer product line comprises of a broad spectrum of measuring and analysis instruments for the most diverse applications and industries. The appropriate measurement methods are used for correct results yielding optimum precision. Whether magnetic induction or eddy current, beta-backscatter, coulometric, micro hardness or x-ray fluorescence Fischer has the suitable technology.
Coating Thickness Measurements:
Whether painted or electroplated, applied to magnetic or non-magnetic materials you will find the appropriate instrument for precise coating thickness measurements in our large product portfolio.
Electromagnetic methods: Pocket gauges, Handheld gauges, Benchtop units, Probes
X-ray fluorescence method
X-ray fluorescence instruments for material analysis:
For exact material analysis, the broad assortment of Fischer X-ray fluorescence instruments (XRF) offers the optimal instrument for any application. Trace analysis required by RoHS, testing of jewelry and gold or inline measurements in continuous production FISCHERSCOPE X-RAY instruments fulfil the requirements in the laboratory and in manufacturing.
Microhardness measuring instruments :
Industry demands that surfaces and coatings are engineered to be very hard, extremely thin or visco-elastic thus requiring powerful measurement methods and systems.
Fischer provides quick, precise and effective measurements of mechanical properties (hardness, modulus, creep, etc.) of micro and nano scale coatings, components, cross-sections, treated and modified surfaces.
The measurement technology of Fischer is sought after and proven when the quality of weld seams is measured in steel constructions or the sealing is determined on anodized facades. This is also true when the coatings are tested on tanks or airplane aluminum structures for fatigue.
Ferrite content measuring instrument
Sealing quality test instrument
Conductivity measuring instrument
In the year of 1962, when rheology was an unknown quantity, GOETTFERT delivered its first
Melt Indexers and Capillary Rheometers. Today we are one of the leading manufacturers of rheological testing equipment for thermoplastic, thermosetting plastics and rubber.
Imaginant designs, develops, and manufactures high quality, high-resolution color digital cameras for some of the best-known and most respected imaging companies in the world, including Eastman Kodak Company. Our high-resolution color capture instruments are found in many of the best-known theme parks throughout the world. The Digital Camera team actively seeks OEM customers who require the finest engineered cameras for use in a variety of imaging-critical applications. Our products fit particularly well into a number of imaging segments, including aerial, machine vision, medical, microscopy, military, professional, surveillance, and scientific.
JSR Ultrasonics high frequency pulser/receivers are at the heart of advanced nondestructive testing systems used throughout the world. Our company has driven pulser/receiver technology with its development of remote pulsers. Our leadership continues with the DPR500, the first dual-channel modular pulser/receiver. From traditional metals to 21st century microelectronics, JSR Ultrasonics has a thorough understanding of the science as well as the art of nondestructive testing. We are committed to expanding our role as the innovative leader in the engineering and manufacture of ultrasonic instrumentation for nondestructive testing.
Coating Thickness Systems
PELT(tm) coating thickness systems are internationally recognized for precise multi-layer gauging of coatings on both non-metallic and metallic substrates.