After its foundation in 1988, ASCONA has become a specialist in optical profile measuring technology and is now internationally renowned in this sector.
Both the software and the optical measuring systems are developed and produced by ASCONA itself.
More than 300 system installations in the aluminium, plastics, rubber, metal and electronics sector are convincing proof of our competence.
We have set the focus of our activities on optical profile measuring technology and this is why we have accumulated a unique know-how in this speciality sector. Our software PROMEX CONTROL and the horizontal projection process for profile measurement are only some of the results.
Our IOPLAS-IITM ion-assisted deposition processes give us the flexibility to apply coatings at low temperatures for plastic fibers and other delicate substrates. We can also generate coatings with greater packing densities to handle very high laser damage thresholds. To add to these capabilities, Cascade Optical has also developed manufacturing processes to apply our coatings to; plastics, polymers, semi-conductors, lenses, mirrors, crystals, metals (even diamond-turned surfaces), and ceramics.
We offer quality products with high yields to lower our production costs. Additionally, we offer very short lead times: typically one to two weeks. Our engineering department can provide you with our design-for-manufacture expertise. In most cases we can get you on the right track in just one or two phone calls.
We do a good deal of innovative coating development to support our relationships with the research community of National Labs, Universities, and NASA related organizations.
Our IOPLAS-IITM ion-assisted deposition processes give us the flexibility to apply coatings at low
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At ColVisTec, we work with the world’s leading manufacturers in the paint, pharmaceutical, plastics, and chemical industries. We support these industries with the reliable and industry-ready inline UV-Vis spectroscopy-based hardware & software solutions. Our company was founded in 2009 and is now co-funded by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union.
Darly Custom Technology is a worldwide manufacturer of vacuum coating systems for the converting, electronics, optical, mobile phone, automotive, and nano industries.
Our high-performance vacuum web coaters, batch metallizers and optical thin-film coaters provide different types of coatings for a variety of materials including plastic films, paper, glass, ceramics, metals and plastics. Some of the company’s product applications include automotive, mobile phone, optics, converting, nano technology, medical, electronics, and textiles.
Darly Custom Technology evolved after a series of business events that would affect the vacuum technology industry in the U.S. and throughout the worldwide.
A leading global manufacturer and distributor of vacuum coaters and products the company is headquartered in Windsor Connecticut.
Darly’s Family of Coating Systems and Products.
Darly designs, develops and manufactures many types of vacuum coating systems, sub-systems and spare parts for a wide variety of coating applications. All Darly coaters are designed to maximize uptime, cut production costs, and increase production rates by running up to 24 hours a day with easy access, operating and maintenance.
Our coating systems include vacuum web coaters, thin-film coaters, multi-layer thin film coaters, batch metallizers, Swift-Kote rapid cycle and cluster device that is designed to mount and metallize a small number of 3D plastic substrates in 20 seconds or less.
Most thin-film deposition applications can be met by Darly’s standard range of systems and accessories. However, Darly engineers can develop a special unit to match, if your process commands a unique custom design.
DEK-TRON Scientific Instruments is A Specialty Testing Instruments Company whose business and dedication is to the Testing Instruments Business for Materials Testing and Research. DEK-TRON commitment and goal is the constant upgrade and the change for better and more reliable instruments day by day. DEK-TRON’s commitment to service its customers promptly and with courtesy it’s the ultimate goal. A wide range of Standard Apparatus as well as Custom Engineered Testing Instruments are offered for: Paper, Plastics, Wire, Cable, Textiles, Leather, Paints, Lattices
Bulk Density Testing Apparatus
Flammability Test Chamber
Free Falling Dart Impact Tester
Heat Deflection Tester
Latex Mechanical Stability Tester
Melt Flow Index Tester
Random Tumble Pilling Tester
Score Bend Quality Tester
Shrink Tension Tester
Side Angle Tester
EAG’s analytical expertise is what enables us to help our clients to meet their goals. Our on-demand analytical testing services can help streamline R&D, solve urgent problems during manufacturing and help resolve materials related issues in the global supply chain, both within and between organizations.
Adhesion & Bonding
Materials Characterization & Surface Analysis
Morphology & Topography
Process Development & Process Monitoring
Thin Film Analysis
Trace Element Analysis
Elastocon manufactures and sells testing instruments for rubber and plastic materials.
We offer instruments for existing test methodsand develop instruments for new test methods.
Our objective is to offer instruments with high precision, which gives accurate results.
We can offer the following:
The range of instruments includes our own developed instruments as well as instruments
from several known instrument manufacturers.
Elastocon performs polymer testing commissioned by our customers. For example estimation of life time, hardness and tensile testing, compression set etc.
This gives us good feed-back and makes our product development
General Lab Instruments
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.
With more than 120 years of experience in the material testing industry, Galdabini instrument systems (as testing machines, impact testers and more) are found in applications and industries such as plastics, metals, composites, elastomers, components, textiles, aerospace, automotive and biomedical.
Lots of different testing machines are available as: deadweight calibration machines up to 5MN, accessories for specimen preparation, presses for stamping and finishing test samples and robotic testing systems COMPACT and/or MULTI lines to carry on 24 hours testing.
In addiction, we service high-tech creep and stress rupture testing machines in accordance to International Standards. These machines are capable of performing many types and variations of creep and stress rupture testing, as:
Stress relaxation and many other special applications
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.