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Adhesion Testers are an important instrument for determining how well a coating bonds to a substrate or how well an adhesive bonds two materials. Coatings are becoming more popular as engineering requirements demand higher levels of performance from components. For coatings to perform satisfactorily, they must adhere to the substrates on which they are applied. A variety of recognized methods can be used to determine how well a coating is bonded to the substrate. Commonly used measuring techniques are performed with a knife or with a pull-on pull-off adhesion tester.
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The TQC Cylindrical Bend Test is a highly rugged yet elegant testing instrument which can be used to determine the elongation, elasticity and adhesion of a paint film at bending stress.
Admet single column electromechanical testing systems are ideal for determining the mechanical properties of a variety of materials in a divers set of applications. Systems are ideal for measuring the tensile, flexural, shear, creep, and compressive properties of materials, components, and devices.
The ADMET eXpert 2600 series dual column testing machines tackle the toughest tests with their superior axial alignment, stiffness, and crosshead guidance. A simple design allows for lower cost, faster delivery, and years of maintenance free operation. All eXpert systems are capable of performing compression tension, and flexure tests.
This hydraulic pull-off type tester is fitted with a flexible hose, so that test can be performed on difficult to reach area, e.g. internal or external pipe surfaces.
Equipped with a power digital closed-loop controller, ADMET’s Micro EP is a mini tester that can also adapt to many microscope stages. Micro EP models are available with force capacities to 5kN (1,125 Lb), optional crosshead strokes, testing speeds, thermoelectric heaters and coolers.
Most imaging applications use more than one fluorescent probe e.g. FRET, dual color imaging, co-localization studies. Andor Technology offers a highly flexible and versatile solution for researchers working with multi-wavelength imaging.