Materials Testing and Characterisation Videos

Materials Testing and Characterisation Videos
In this video Dr. Shing Ho, Mark van der Woerd and Crystal Vander Zanden from Colorado State University talk about the benefits of Compact HomeLab for protein X-ray diffraction data collection from Rigaku.
In this video Comelia Kuechenmeister from Thermo Scientific talk about the HAAKE Viscotester iQ Rheometer.
This video shows the experiences of the customers with the usage of handheld Thermo Scientific FirstDefender and TruDefender instruments for unknown chemical identification.
In this video Peter Bouza, Marketing Development Manager from Micromeritics talks about the NanoPlus DLS Nanoparticle Size and Zeta Potential.
This video shows a puncture impact test performed on a pharmaceutical bottle seal using Instron impact testing system.
The iPhone app from AZoM.com gives you the world of materials in the palm of your hand. It offers you a totally portable way to locate materials solutions, suppliers and products as well as providing you with the latest materials news, conveniently broken down into categories to suit various industry sectors.
The Profoscope from Proceq is a portable rebar detector for use with reinforced concrete. It is a simple to use handheld device that can detect the locations of rebars, the diameter of rebars and the depth of concrete covering the rebar.
This video shows the new nitrogen jet, Cryojet5 for X-ray crystallography from Oxford Instruments. The Cryojet5 is a cryogenic device and the nitrogen flow is generated using a simple heating element in the base of its leg.
This video shows the new Epsilon 3X spectrometer, which is powered by the latest advances in excitation and detection technology from PANalytical.
This video explains how to do the transmission measurement using AvaSoft 8 software in Avantes Spectrometer. Latest version of the software should be installed in the computer.
This video shows how to download event and temperature readings from the Thermo Scientific -800C freezer to a USB drive.
Marshall Bates and Andrey Krayev from AIST-NT demonstrate the ease of use of the AIST SmartSPM/AFM. From loading a sample to starting to take measurements can be completed in 1-2 minutes, at atomic resolutions
This video demonstrates the Focus-Variation technique from Alicona. The Focus-Variation is an area based technique for 3D surface measurement in highest vertical resolution.
This video shows the measurement positions in LUMOS from Bruker Optics. By clicking on the sample the stage is moved to the desired position.
The FRT MicroProf 200 TTV Wafer Measurement System uses a unique multisensor technology. The easy to use software allows the user to measure parameters including roughness, film thickness, topography, step height, bow and warp on both sides of a wafer thanks to the the use of sensors above and below the sample.
This video shows particle size distribution measurement of chocolate using Shimadzu’s SALD-2300 laser diffraction particle size analyzer.
This video demonstrates the ASTM D1894 coefficient of friction test on an ADMET eP2 controller. ASTM D1894 is a testing standard employed for determining the friction of plastic film and sheeting.
Park Systems launched the NX10 atomic force microscope (AFM) recently and showed it for the first time at the MRS Fall Meeting in Boston. Mark Cyffka takes us for a tour of their all new AFM which is claimed to be the world's most accurate AFM.
In this video Jeff Kenvin, Group Leader of Micromeritics Scientific Services Staff, explains two different free space methods in adsorption process.
This video shows the working principle of ElvaX ProSpector XRF handheld analyzer from ElvaTech. This portable, handheld EDXRF elemental analysis system is designed to be intuitive and user friendly.
n this video Linda Lopez, Manager IC Marketing and Applications from Thermo Scientific talks about the High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography (HPAE-PAD).
This video shows F1 rear impact trial test at the Cranfield Impact Centre.
This video shows the Basic Force Gauge (BFG) from Mecmesin which is a rugged and reliable device ideal for industrial use. It has applications in almost any industry and can be used in three main ways.
Jon Shein from Thermo Fisher Scientific provides a demonstration of how the Niton XL3t handheld XRF analyzer can be used as a valuable analytical tool for the mining industry. He shows how it can be used to analyze rock and mineral samples and outlines how the Niton XL3t can be connected to positioning systems to spatially map regions in minerals exploration applications.
In this video Prof. Mike Ashby Professor at Cambridge University gives an overview of the development of materials information technology, the work of Granta in this field, and its potential relationship to the Materials Genome Initiative.
This video from Carl Zeiss shows SmartBrowse, a contextual imaging tool that can be used for post-image acquisition.
The innoRam Raman spectrometer from B&W Tek is the first Raman spectrometer to feature an integrated touch screen computer, but can also be used with an external computer. It is an extremely sensitive instrument with excellent resolution despite it's small size.
This video shows how one can load cantilever in Nanosurf FlexAFM.
In this video Nathan Henderson, Application Scientist from Bruker talks about the D2 PHASER, desktop X-ray powder diffractometer.
This video shows an innovative solid phase microextraction (SPME) fiber syringe called CUSTODION. With the help of this syringe, samples can be injected easily and quickly.
Tensile testing of nylon using an Instron 5569 system equipped with Bluehill 2 software and an advanced video extensometer.
Curt Marcott from Light Light Solutions tells us about his experiences characterizing materials using the NanoIR from Anasys Instruments. In particular he was excited by the fact that the technique combines AFM and IR spectroscopy, and has spatial resolution an order of magnitude better than conventional IR, which means you can characterize various features of a sample, or even analyze compositional differences across an interface.
This video shows collection and preparation tools from Thermo Scientific that deliver a full Lab-to-Field Solution for XRF analysis in the field.
This video shows the S2 PICOFOX from Bruker, which is the world's first portable benchtop spectrometer for fast quantitative and semi-quantitative multi-element microanalysis of liquids, suspensions, solids and contaminations using the principle of total reflection X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (TXRF).
The LabX3500 x-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer from Oxford Instruments is a cost effective, compact, high performance, easy to use, rugged solution, ideally suited to quality control purposes. It typically finds application in industries such as as cement manufacture, wood treatment, mineral extraction, mining, healthcare and petrochemicals. This video shows how easy the LabX3500 XRF is to use and its ability to handle different sample types such as liquids, powders and granules.
This video shows the advancements in instrumentation for surface inspection and defect analysis using LensAFM from Nanosurf.
In this video Prof. Jerker Widengren, from Royal Institute of Technology discusses the advantages of using Cobolt lasers for research.
Chris Vander Tuuk from Olympus Scientific Equipment shows us the BX51, which is their flagship materials research microscope.
The REVETEST Xpress is a cost effective solution for Industrial and Quality Control (QC) applications. This instrument provides measurement of adhesion, hardness and scratch resistance with a very user-friendly, intelligible interface.
This video demonstrates an impact test performed on a fiber-reinforced polymer matrix composite using Instron 9250 drop weight impact tester.
Dave Shepard from Netzsch Instruments shows us through their STA 449 F1 Jupiter simultaneous TGA/DSC (Thermogravimetric Analyzer/Differential Scanning Calorimeter). This instrument can be used to measure mass change and energy absorbed or given off, or enthalpy. This data can be used to determine such things as melting points, phase transformations, glass transition temperatures, thermal decomposition or oxidation.
This video shows Prof. Sir Colin Humphreys explaining the benefits of using gallium nitride in LED lighting. The research on gallium nitride has led to some key developments in LED technology.
This video explains the Embedded Serial Triggering and analysis with InfiniiVision 2000 X-Series from Agilent.
This video shows how to achieve a fast and easy case depth utilizing automatic measurement.
A video clip showing how chemical analysis works and the wide range of applications of chemical analysis (detecting trace metals). The development of a handheld vapor pressure detector that is capable of detecting vapour pressure of explosives. In biological analysis, raman spectroscopy is use to determine different tissues that can be use to identify cancer cells. Introduction of material analysis instruments including mass spectrometry.
In this video, Zhiqi Hao, a senior scientist of protein mass spectrometry, delivers a detailed lecture on a technical poster about the Thermo Scientific Q Exactive hybrid quadrupole-Orbitrap mass spectrometer.
In this video expert from Bruker talks about the TWIN/TWIN setup used in D8 ADVANCE diffractometer.
In this video scientists from Thermo scientific illustrates the transformation of analytical technologies into science using Orbitrap Fusion Tribrid Mass Spectrometer.
This video illustrates the impact test performed on the plastic films using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
This video from Horiba shows Aqualog, an instrument that captures real-time analysis of Quinine Sulfate standard solution.
This video shows functioning of Taber Industries’ TABER Linear Abraser Model 5750. It is suitable for material properties of contoured or flat surfaces and finished products.
In this video, automation expert Dean Mulyk speaks about the Orbitor KingFisher from Thermo Scientific.
This video shows the 4th Zwick Academia Day held on 17 April, 2013 at the University Manchester.
This video shows TANGO FT-NIR spectrometer from Bruker. It is fast, simple and more secure.
This video shows the use of Ambrell’s RF induction heating equipment in Coca-Cola Enterprises.
This video shows the LS series thermal imaging cameras from FLIR. The FLIR LS-Series Thermal Night Vision Monocular is mainly designed for law enforcement and surveillance.
Flexural test of a plastic test bar using an ADMET eXpert 7601 equipped with MTESTQuattro PC based testing software
Quantachrome have introduced the 1905/3805 Wave Series porosity analyzers. These use a totally electronic technique that is extremely fast compared to other techniques such as gas sorption that can take many hours, as well as mercury porosimetry that can take tens of minutes and uses mercury, that is often undesirable.
This video shows the XRF Analyzer from Olympus, which is used to study the shipwrecks. Dr. Raymond Hayes found a quick, non-destructive method to analyze them - Handheld XRF.
David Larson from Brookfield Engineering demonstrates the simple operation of the DVII+n Pro Viscometer, which is the latest version of their most popular instrument.
If you are involved with the analysis of particles, powders, materials or pharmaceuticals, the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope is a revolution in scanning electron microscopy. It provides simple sample loading, immediate imaging and features automated image control. With rapid imaging, compact benchtop size, practical operation and affordable price, the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope is a must for your lab.
This video shows the first episode of B&W Tek's Educational Video Series, which focuses on emission spectroscopy.
This video demonstrates the compression test performed on a little pumpkin using an Instron 250 kN universal testing machine.
This video shows the cyclic and static tests for external skeletal fixation devices from Zwick Roell.
Shelley Begley from Agilent Technologies demonstrates how the 10GHz Split Cylinder Resonator is able to measure dielectric properties of low loss materials, thin films and substrates.
This video from Horiba shows a brief presentation on how to understand dynamic light scattering data for particle size.
This video shows Mary Blackburn, TSQ Product Manager, discussing the latest innovations in the Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantiva and TSQ Endura triple-stage quadrupole mass spectrometers.
This video demonstrates a three-point-bend test performed using Instron 5544 system on a specimen. Instron 5544 system is a universal testing machine for compression and tension testing.
This video shows the keys and instrument controls of Brookfield DV-II+PRO Digital Viscometer. It shows what each key on the viscometer is for as well as how to toggle between them.
This video shows the EVOQ triple quadrupole mass spectrometer from Bruker. This EVOQ triple quadrupole for liquid chromatography (LC-TQ) is designed to quantify real samples in the fastest sample-to-report time possible.
In this video Matthew Cassap, ICP Project Manager from Thermo Scientific introduces iCap 7000 Series ICP-OES trace elemental analyzer.
A video clip showing the future of lightweight material, Magnesium. Alloy composing of titanium alumina are already in existence for the construction industry. A new lightweight material is required for automotive and aerospace industry. Magnesium which is the lightest of all metal display many potentials. The video demonstrate the properties of magnesium (Mg), the challenges associated with using magnesium (Mg), the characterization and processing of these lightweight magnesium alloys.
Peter Bouza from Micromeritics demonstrates the Particle Insight particle shape analyzer. It is a dynamic instrument that uses flow through image analysis.
Kevin Kjoller, Vice President of Product Development at Anasys Instruments demonstrates how easy the VESTA localized thermal analysis system is to use.
The video clips shows different types of "wedding rings" undergoing jigsaw blade test for their relative hardness. (Gold, vs, Titanium, vs platinum vs tungsten carbide rings)
Standardless XRF analysis using the Omnian/MiniPal4 portable x-ray fluorescence analyzer from PANalytical.
This video shows B&W Tek expert, Tina McGuire, talking about the latest improvements on NanoRam handheld Raman spectrometer designed by B&W Tek.
This video demonstrates the working of eXpert 5900 fatigue tester from ADMET.
The TS-IR infrared cameras are versatile, scientific infrared cameras which offer exceptional image accuracy and sensitivity. Their rugged IP67 rated enclosure has been designed to address the most demanding environments. Available in midwave, longwave and very longwave configurations, these high perfomance infrared cameras are ideal for defense & security, industrial and scientific applications.
Quantachrome demonstrates the Sieving Riffler, which is designed for producing representative samples from significant quantities of materials.
This video show tensile testing of plastic using AutoX750 to meet ISO 527 from Instron.
This video demonstrates the working of UNECS-3000A is high-speed spectroscopic ellipsometer from ULVAC.
John Treadgold from Carl Zeiss NTS shows us the main features and specifications of the Sigma VP (Variable Pressure) scanning electron microscope (SEM). He covers its capabilities, including options for detectors etc and its ease of use and user interface as well as the ability to integrate the SEM with Carl Zeiss optical microscopes.
Measuring the maximum flexural strength of a product using the 3 point bend test and an Admet MTESTQuattro universal testing machine.
This video shows the Voyager II / Voyager III's wide-angle thermal camera from FLIR.
Are you interested in performing calorimetry experiments quickly? If so you should take a look at the Mettler Toledo Flash DSC 1 calorimeter. This unit bridges the gap between research and production, allowing the user to more accurately run simulations that are indicative of real life processing conditions.
This video from Carl Zeiss shows how the coverslip-free sample preparation for the Lightsheet Z.1 fluorescence microscope provides a unique prospect of viewing the sample from any angle.
This video shows the operation of Bruker’s TANGO FT-NIR spectrometer designed for chemical analysis.
This video shows the surface preparation and analysis of turbine blade from Buehler.
This video illustrates about the global supplier of optical 3D surface measurement solutions, Alicona.
Jason Sanchez from Malvern Instruments tells us about the Viscotek Size exclusion gas chromatography system which is suited to all types of polymers, proteins, biopolymers etc.
This video shows the advantages of EZ-Lock spindles in Viscometer/Rheometer from Brookfield Engineering.
Micromeritics Pharmaceutical Services (MPS) is a contract laboratory that can be utilized as an outsourcing partner for characterizing the physical properties of pharmaceutical materials, medical devices, nutraceuticals, and other FDA-regulated products.
This video shows Zetasizer Nano ZSP, a high-performance system in the Zetasizer range from Malvern Instruments.
This video shows the hard sealing application that utilizes the critical RF bond technology from Ambrell.
This video demonstrates how to heat with the EASYHEAT small induction heating system from Ambrell. This heating system works with a wide variety of coil shapes, inductance values, part sizes, and part materials to efficiently deliver heat to the parts.
In this video, Dan Raynor, Applications Lab Manager at Instron, elucidates how to eliminate the effect of load string compliance in a tensile test.
This video shows how to set-up and record images from QImaging camera in Linkam Lynksys software.
This video shows the measurement of opening torque performed on child-resistant closure containers (CRC) with Mecmesin Vortex-d motorised test system.
This video shows Xenocs’ Xeuss 2.0, a new generation of SAXS/WAXS system designed as a beamline with measurement capabilities for laboratory use.
n this video Tyler Liebig shows the Thermo Scientific PT Module, which is designed to simultaneously perform dewaxing and antigen retrieval on slides prior to immunohistochemical staining.
Jon Shein from Thermo Fisher Scientific demonstrates how their Niton XL3t handheld XRF analyzer can quickly check for lead content/contamination in consumer items. With their in-built test program, you can quickly evaluate items on a pass/fail basis, making it ideal for quality control applications.
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed on medical tubing using an Instron model XL (long travel) extensometer.
Paul Stewart from United Testing Systems shows us their universal/tensile testing machines, pointing out such things as the various grips that can be used for different applications, different test specimens for tests such as tension, bend tesing and tear testing. He also shows us the Windows-based, USB user interface and let's us know what capacity machines they have available.
This video shows Swirl Test using SILEXA filtration media from Bowman.
This video shows various Raman handheld analyzers from SciAps. Raman analyzers’ adapts simple point-and-shoot operation and provides easy-to-read screen results.
Micromeritics Analytical Services - The Particle Testing Authority specializes in the characterization of fine powders and solid materials. Specifically we are experienced in providing particle size analysis, surface area and gas adsorption services, pore size and pore volume measurements, density determinations, and chemical adsorption services. We are a DEA-licensed, FDA-registered, cGMP/GLP-compliant contract analytical laboratory.
A video clip describing what is nanotechnology and the application of carbon nanotube tips in AFM as they give higher resolution , low cost, good electrical conductivity, flexible, high strength and its potential applications in polymers and strengthening polymers.
Staff at NCSU talk about how they have taken the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope out of the dedicated research lab and brought it out into the teaching environment. It's versatility and ease of use mean that it can be used by operators with even limited experience.
A video demonstrating how nanotechnoloyg is revolutionising the future of medical detection. The development and advacnement of nanoscale detection sensorssa are giving scientists the ability to detect cancer and other diseases at its early stages. This video shows the development of two such sensors made only possible by embracing micro and nanotechnology.
This video shows the world’s first Dionex ICS-5000 capillary HPIC (high-pressure ion chromatography) system. The reagent-free HPIC system has the ability to do high resolution and fast IC analysis.
This video shows Dart Drop impact tester from Thwing Albert. The sample clamp is used to secure the specimen in place for ease of operation and operator safety. The operator needs to simultaneously activate dual switches mounted on either side of the instrument to engage the clamp and initiate the free falling dart.
This video gives a demonstration of tensile testing on nickel micro dumbbells.
This video shows the Wilson VH3100 Automated Knoop/Vickers Hardness Tester from Buehler. (Language: German)
Dr Philip Withers Discusses the work conducted using his Xradia (Now Zeiss) VersaXRM at the University of Manchester.
Aleksandar Stefanovic from PANalytical gives us a tour of the Empyrean, multi-purpose diffractometer. The Empyrean is unique, as it is not just a, x-ray diffractometer (XRD), it can also perform computer tomography (CT).
In this video Ronald Williams, President from Elvatech introduces ElvaX ProSpector, the latest XRF system handheld XRF Analyzers at Pittcon 2013.
WITec's Jo Koenen shows us through the various features and cpabilities of the alpha300 Raman/AFM/SNOM. The alpha300 features scanning probe as well as high resolution optical and Raman microscopes techniques in either a single instrument or combined system configurations for the highest flexibility throughout a wide range of microscopy applications.
In this video John Kelly and Dan Soisson from Spectro Analytical demonstrate the xSORT handheld x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer. This portable unit is ideally suited to rapid throughput metals sorting and identification such as in scrap yards and stainless steel warehousing.
This video from Angstrom Engineering displays industry-leading thin film deposition systems including everything from organic electronics, renewable energy, and flat panel displays, to photonics, magnetic storage, quantum dots, spintronics, decorative coatings, and various optical and tribological applications.
This video shows some examples of Brookfield CT3 Texture Analyzer applications for specific cosmetic and pharmaceutical samples. A vast array of fixtures and probes make the CT3 Texture Analyzer a flexible instrument that can accommodate a variety of samples and testing needs.
The main features of the Zwick roboTest I Charpy impact tester are outlined. These include the automatic sample loader, sample camera, environmental chamber and the impact tester.
Ernie Hillier from Waters shows us their Acquity Patrol Laboratory Analyzer. It is a walk-up system that uses UPLC, liquid chromatography technology and is suited to such things as process development and reaction monitoring. It has also been designed to integrate with its sister instrument that has been designed for use on the factor floor and monitoring industrial/manufacturing operations.
In this video Mark Dixon, NMR Product Marketing Manager from Thermo Scientific introduces picoSpin 80 NMR Spectrometer.
Jorge Riveras tells about the SpectroLNF Q200, laserNet fines system manufactured by Lockheed Martin and distributed exclusively by Spectro Inc. The SpectroLNF Q200 characterizes wear particles in lubricants such as engine oils, hydraulic fluids and diesel oils. The system images particles and then classifies them by size and shape so that the type of wear taking place cen be identified so that preventative maintenance can be prescribed.
This video shows Prof. Sir Colin Humphreys, Director of Research at the University of Cambridge's Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, explaining about the uses of gallium nitride.
This video introduces the Morphologi G3-ID particle characterisation system from Malvern Instruments.
This video shows a polymer system, EP21TCHT-1 from Master Bond. EP21TCHT-1 is a two component, room temperature curing, thermally conductive, electrically insulating, and heat resistant epoxy compound for high performance bonding and sealing.
The MicroActive reporting software - t-plot Microporous from Micromeritics helps users to evaluate isotherm data interactively from the company’s ASAP, TriStar, and Gemini gas adsorption devices. The user can view updated textural properties by just moving calculation bars with the cursor. The software gives one-click access to key important parameters and results can be viewed graphically on the screen.
The range of Niton Handheld XRF analyzer products from Thermo Fisher Scientific is displayed. These products include the Niton XL2 and the flagship Niton XL3t. Features and applications of both instruments are described. Accessories for making measurements easier and faster in the field are also shown.
This video shows HD Prime Analyzer from XOS. This analyzer, powered by HDXRF technology, is designed for precise quantification and rapid screening of toxic elements in consumer products.
This test by ADMET measures the force required to close a lid on a travel coffee mug. We used our eXpert 2610 universal testing machine to perform the test, but it would have worked just as well with one of our smaller single column eXpert 7601 or eXpert 5601 testers.
Anne Barnett from Izon demonstrates their brand new qNano nanoparticle characterization system. She describes how it works, principles of operation and points out the key components. She then goes on to provide a demonstration of how easy the qNano is to use and explains how the results can be interpretted and used to determine particle size distributions and even particle shape.
This video demonstrates the functioning of Admet’s ASTM D1876 T-Peel adhesive peel test. In this test, the relative peel resistance of adhesive bonds between flexible adhesives is determined through a T-type specimen with the help of a tension testing machine.
A visual demonstration on the production of PET bottle through the process of blow molding.
This video shows the testing of the engine of the new F-35 Lightning fighter aircraft.
This video shows the SALD-2300 laser diffraction particle size analyzer from Shimadzu.
This video shows the Axio Scan.Z1 Digital Slide Scanner from Carl Zeiss Microscopy.
This video from Zwick shows horizontal testing systems with a integrated bath for catheder guide wires testing.
This video shows the CS844 elemental analyzer from LECO. This elemental analyzer designed for wide-range measurement of carbon and sulfur content of primary steels, ores, finished metals, ceramics, and other inorganic materials using the combustion technique.
This video shows experimental loudspeaker, which is used to test sound from Bose.
This video shows Mike Kupszta from Yokogawa Corporation of America providing a brief product demonstration on the Yokogawa WT1800 digital power analyzer.
An animated video showing how the SPM is used as a surface analyzer and the interaction between the electron the tip of the SPM with the surface electron of the sample.
This video shows the Thwing-Albert's Z-Directional Tester (ZDT) that measures the internal fiber bond strength of paper, paperboard, liner board and coated fine papers.
The importance of particle size and morphology to a range of industries is explained. In days gone by, it required a both a particle size analyzer and and expensive electron microscope to determine these properties. Now, the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope combined with off the shelf software is able to accomplish both these tasks.
In this video Alicona introduces the mobile metrology lab.
This video demonstrates an automatic sample handling using Mecmesin’s force testing stand and a PLC (programmable logic controller). The testing stand is interfaced with an automatic handling system under the control of a PLC to control the force testing.
This video shows the Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF) with the S2 PICOFOX used for environmental applications from Bruker.
This video shows testing of release torque in golf shoe cleats using Vortex-i computer controlled torque testing system from Mecmesin.
This video demonstrates the Innov-X range of handheld x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers and their important application for scrap metal recycling. The portable device can determine chemical composition of metals in just seconds. It also has an in-built database permitting alloy identification.
This video shows the process of choosing a spindle and rotational speed for use with a Brookfield viscometer.
This video shows Storage Battery Systems’ expert explaining how to use the SBS-8400 battery capacity tester / load bank.
Demonstration of an automatic materials testing machine designed for use with composite materials from Zwick. The system consists of a sample magazine, sample measuring system, temperature chamber, robotic sample loader and testing machine. All that is needed is for an operator to load the samples into the magazine and to enter information into the computer interface. The robotic test system takes care of the rest. It even disposes of spent test specimens and regularly cleans the machine.
This video shows Bowman Stor R&D Department, which is constant developing new filtration and absorbent materials for customers.
This video shows how to confirm the accuracy of Wells-Brookfield Cone/Plate Viscometer by performing a calibration check.
Mike Fogarty from Rheotek introduces us to their JETVISC kinematic viscometer which has been designed for testing aviation fuels, diesel fuels, hydraulic fluids, transformer oils and other similar materials.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek gives an introduction to NMR and MRI. Paul talks about the k-space to two and three dimensions.
This video shows flexible and powerful Thermo Scientific OXSAS™ Optical Emission Analytical Software.
Jeremy Warren Nanosight Zetasight instrument which offers an alternative method for determination of zeta potential to DLS. It differs from DLS in that it is able to measure zeta potential on a particle by particle basis so that it can determine the effect of particle size on zeta potential. As the Zetasight is a bolt on addition to the NS500, it is also able to measure the particle size of nanoparticles and produce particle size distribution data.
Rob Morris from Ocean Optics shows us their STS Microspectrometers which are the smallest spectrometers ever! The use CMOS detection technology and have spectrographic performance comparable to much larger instruments.
This video demonstrates the functioning of XOS HD Mobile Analyzer designed for detecting and measuring regulated elements present in consumer products.
This video taken at Heinrich Lab, UC Davis depicts the difference in micropipette noise levels by measuring the quality of application without isolation and with a Herzan TS-150 active vibration isolation system inside the NanoVault enclosure.
This video from Zwick shows how texture analysis is performed on noodles using Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line.
The Dektak 150 Surface Profilometer from Veeco uses stylus profilometry technology, which is the accepted standard for surface topography measurements.
In this video Tom McNutly, Vice President & General Manager from Rigaku talks about the SuperMini 200 benchtop WDXRF spectrometer at Pittcon 2013.
This video shows just how simple the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope is to use. School children use the microscope to examine some real like samples and demonstrate the user friendly operator interface.
This video demonstrates the safe operation of Instron Precision Series Manual Wedge Grips with a room temperature ratchet.
FiberStone is a high temperature composite materials comprised of high purity refractory, reinforced with stainless steel fibers. This video demsonstrates just how how strong and durable FiberStone is.
This video shows the International Council on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Studies (ICMRBS) conference held in Dallas, Texas USA, from August 24 to 29, 2014.
This video shows how Ambrell EASYHEAT induction heating systems are used for soldering a reducer assembly, a fuel pump assembly, pipes, etc.
James May aka Captain Slow of Top Gear fame does some testing of materials used to build skyscrapers. In this video he first uses a mallet to impact test toughened glass. As the ultimate test, he tests the strength of a toughened glass panel using a Leyland mini. Watch the video to see which one wins.
This video shows the tensile testing medical tubing and catheters using AutoX750 from Instron.
Robert Chimenti shows us the i-Raman from B&W Tek. It is an award winning compact, portable Raman spectrometer with 3 wave number resolution. It can be optioned up with a video Raman microscope as per this set up.
This video shows the eXpert 5600F series of foam testing machines from ADMET. The eXpert 5600F is ideal for performing both tension and compression testing on all types of foam samples.
This video shows easy location and identification of a Brookfield Viscometer model (LV or RV), serial number and voltage (115V or 230V).
Thermo Scientific have introduced the Trace 1300 Series gas chromatographs that incorporate breakthrough technology. Fausto Pigozzo shows us the new features including new injectors and detectors which help increase productivity and sensitivity with fast data acquisition in a more compact instrument.
This video shows the exchange of cantilever of NaioAFM from Nanosurf,
This video shows the working of Bose 3200 Series III test system. The Bose 3200 Series III test instrument offers new and improved features, providing unparalleled performance and versatility for challenging applications requiring low amplitude testing accuracy.
In this video Brad Dodrill of Lake Shore, provides an explanation of traditional Hall measurements.
This video shows the features and general handling of NaioAFM from Nanosurf.
his video shows Zetasizer µV Dual Integrated Light Scattering system dedicated to protein characterization from Malvern.
This video shows how the ADMET eXpert 3933 Fatigue Testing System and MTESTQuattro software are used to perform the ISO 14801 dental implant testing.
In this video Peter Kilner, Global Strategic Product Manager from Thermo Scientific talks about tissue processing using STP 420ES.
This video shows a wide variety of peel and adhesion tests performed using an eXpert 7601 universal testing machine from ADMET.
Fred Mazzeo introduces us to the Kinexus Rheometer from Malvern Instruments which is suited to applications such as paints, coatings and polymers. The Kinexus takes rheometry to the next level.
Texture analysis with Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line, testing of pudding.
In this video Tom McNutly, Vice President & General Manager from Rigaku talks about the Miniflex 600 benchtop XRD instrument at Pittcon 2013.
This video shows Zwick-Line Torsion for push & turn tests on pharmaceutical packing.
This video shows the ETher NDE Eddy Current (ECT) SigmaCheck Conductivity Meter, an easy-to-use tool that can be employed by engineers and shop floor inspectors.
In this video Lake Shore Engineer Adam Porsch demonstrates few extreme test performed during the product development to ensure safety and quality.
This video shows how NETZSCH has set a new benchmark in thermal analysis and in the determination of thermophysical properties.
This is the ceramic composite disc brake system used on the Porsche 911 Turbo. It shows demonstrations of extreme braking as well as the ceramic composite componentry and some heat testing.
This video from Photometrics teaches how to install the Thesycon stack.
ASTM D1414 (D 1414) covers multiple properties of O-Rings. Part of the specification includes tension testing for determining the breaking force, tensile strength, and ultimate elongation of an o-ring. The tension test is intended to be performed on a universal testing machine (tensile testing machine). If you are going to perform this test, you should read the entire specification from ASTM. This is a quick summary to decide if this test is right for you, and to point out what equipment you need to perform the test.
This video describes how ABB’s power protection solution has saved Fonterra time and money by reducing the production downtime at a milk production facility in Takanini, New Zealand.
This video shows FLIR tools for Mac OS, It is powerful IR software solution that helps to present the images to the decision makers more effectively.
This video shows Zwick Roell’s three-point flexure test on sandwich paper material. The three-point flexure tests are usually carried out using Zwick’s 5 kN tensile testing machine.
This video shows the interview given by Rohan Thakur, vice president of Bruker CAM division on “Game changing” LC-MS systems of EVOQ.
Mickael Febvre shows us the Veeco Dimension Icon high performance atomic force microscope (AFM). With large sample stage it can perform measurements in a variety of atmospheres.
The LVEM5 from Delong America is a unique piece of equipment, being the only benchtop TEM on the market. It is also interesting in that it can operate as a benchtop FE-SEM, and STM and an optical microscope as well. The user can easily switch between modes using the software.
Tony Torsell from Anter shows us their Flashline 4010 instrument for measuring thermophysical properties of materials. This instrument can work up to 1600°C, in air, inert or vacuum atmospheres and can measure 5 samples at once.
The FlashLine series from Anter Corp is able to determine various thermal properties of a wide range of materials using the laser flash method. The properties that the FlashLine can determine include thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and specific heat capacity. The modular unit allows thermal properties to be determined at a range of temperatures from cryogenic to 2800°C.
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed on the soft tissues using a temperature controlled bath with BioPuls submersible pneumatic grips and an advanced video extensometer (AVE).
Phil Harrop from Scientific Solutions walks us through the Gamry Potentiostat which is an extremely sensitive device that can be used for corrosion studies. It would be of use to anyone who needs to perform accelerated corrosion testing, such as coating manufacturers or metal manufacturers.
Adam Gilmore from Horiba shows us their all new, first to market Aqualog, simultaneous absorbance and fluorescence EEMS (excitation emission matrices) system. It uses a CCD as the detector making it 100 time faster than other instruments. This means that measurements that may have taken several minutes can now be completed in just seconds.
This video shows an overview of CEAST 9050 tester from Instron. The CEAST 9050 impact pendulum is designed for determining the resilience of thermoplastic materials to impact.
Bruker’s MPA FT-NIR analyzer offers easy, reliable and cost-effective solutions for milk testing and dairy analysis.
This video shows Malvern’s Mastersizer 3000 laser diffraction particle size analyzer that provides rapid and accurate analyses of particle size distributions for a wide size range of wet and dry dispersions with minimal effort.
This video shows concrete test hammer, which was invented by Ernst Schmidt and introduced by Proceq.
In this video Dr Arno Merkel from Xradia talks to about Xradia's products and technology Gary Thomas from AZoM at emc2012 in Manchester.
This video shows Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF) with the S2 PICOFOX used for Teaching from Bruker.
Thermo Scientific Niton are manufacturers of handheld and portable XRF (x-ray fluorescence) analyzers. This video includes testimonials from some of their customers who tell us about how fast and easy their handheld XRF analyzers are to use, as well as how they have been able to save them money at the same time and in turn benefit their businesses.
In this video experts form Bruker talks about the two-dimensional X-ray diffraction (XRD2) system.
This video demonstrates Admet’s ASTM D1894 COF (coefficient of friction) test. ASTM D1894 is a testing standard employed for determining the friction of plastic film and sheeting. Using this test, the static and kinetic coefficient of friction of the test material can be measured.
This video explains how to do the absorbance measurement using AvaSoft 8 software in Avantes Spectrometer. Latest version of the software should be installed in the computer.
This video shows Haroun Shah, Ph.D., of the Health Protection Agency, discussing about the importance of Thermo Scientific’s integrated technology in microbiology testing.
This video shows the collection of visual images by LUMOS from Bruker Optics. The LUMOS is a FT-IR microscope with an integrated FT-IR spectrometer.
This video shows how the Instron 3367 can be upgraded easily and efficiently from Zwick.
This video shows step-by-step instructions on how to assemble guardleg and lab stand of a Brookfield Viscometer and take first viscosity reading in minutes.
Zwick Roiell video on Tensile tests on metals with Makroxtens
This video from Carl Zeiss shows the AFM system, which is ready in a matter of minutes to deliver atomic surface topographical resolution in 3D.
Celeste Jenkins from Agilent Technologies explains the importance of source measurement units or SMU's for the characterization of electrical properties of materials and devices. They are typically used on materials like silicon-based solar cells.
The ease of use and fast operation of the C-Therm Technologies TCi Thermal Conductivity Analyzer is demonstrated. In this demosntration the thermal conductivity of a Pyroceram sample is taken within seconds.
A video demonstrating different automated testing systems for tensile, bend and impact tensile tests on seven different types of plastics
This video provides an overview of Applied Spectra, who is a major supplier of laser-based analytical instruments.
This video shows the operation of QImaging Retiga 4000R CCD camera inside the Olympus CellSens software. This gives excellent quality large field of images.
In this video Stephen Newport, Product Specialist from Pacer International introduces the new B&WTek NanoRam handheld Raman spectrometer.
Tim Drake from Aspex Corp shows us the main features of the Personal Scanning Electron Microscope, PSEM eXpress, which is designed for rapid sample analysis. In particular, this compact benchtop SEM features a large sample chamber and easy loading mechanism.
Mark Buckley from Hiden Analytical shows us through the gas sampling HPR20 Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer which is ideal for analysing gases from process lines.
This video shows the functioning of the all new Affinity ITC from TA Instruments. The Affinity ITC, a fully-automated isothermal titration calorimetry instrument designed for today's challenging life science laboratory environments, offers unparalleled performance, reliability, and ease of use.
This video provides an overview of the broad range of products and markets that Oxford Instruments service. These range from high end research to industrial laboratories to quality control in industrial processes. Some of the industries that they cater to include nanotechnology, metals analysis, ROHS, construction, sustainable energy and superconductors.
This slick animation provides details on the Hysitron TI 950 TriboIndenter and TI 750 Ubi Nanomechanical test Instrument. Key features, specifications and capabilities are outlined as well as the variety of operating modes for the TI 750 Ubi.
This video demonstrates a C469 test on a hydraulically actuated manually controlled Baldwin universal testing machine.
With increasing demands and faster sample turn around required from from testing labs the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope is the ideal instrument for your lab. Bridging the gap between light microscopy and high end scanning electron microscopes, the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope features a compact desktop format, reasonable price, magnification range from 10 to 20,000 times and a resolution of 30nm.
Jeff McGinn from McCrone introduces us to two new tools for microscopy from Linkam, the T95 Temperature Programmer on sow for the first time at Pittcon 2009 and the 420 thermal stage.
This video shows easy calibration of irradiance using AvaSoft 8 software in Avantes Spectrometer. Latest version of the software should be installed in the computer.
This video illustrates the performance of the eXpert 3900 system from ADMET. In this video, the eXpert 3900 system measures the recovery time of a sample of viscoelastic foam (memory foam).
This video shows eX5M manual test machine from ADMET, where which tension tests are performed.
This video illustrates PikoReal Software from Thermo Scientific. PikoReal software offers an intuitive experience, from programming the protocols and defining plate layouts to assessing the experimental results.
This video shows the Rigaku webinar where Jim Pflugrath is discussing three new features for using CrystalClear and dTREK software suite, which will lead to improved results such as higher I/σ(I) and lower Rmeas.
This video shows IBM scientist demonstrating for the first time the amount of force to move an individual atom and how they achieved it.. This allows material scientist the ability to determine what material to use to build new materials from a bottom up approach. This will have a significant impact on the future of nanoelectronics.
This video shows how Instron Advanced Video Extensometer (AVE) is being used to calculate the mechanical strength and modulus of a single nano-fiber.
This video shows a low volume Nano ITC (isothermal titration calorimeter) cell from TA instruments. The low volume Nano ITC is designed to offer maximum flexibility and sensitivity for the study of protein binding.
his video shows the OmniMet™ MHT software from Buehler, which delivers automated microindentation hardness testing solutions.
This video shows the electro-mechanical servo testing actuator from Zwick, which can be used for multi-purpose testing axis for compression and tensile applications.
In this video Met Brevard, Vice President, Preclinical Imaging – Bruker Biospin talks about the new Bruker Center of Excellence.
This video shows how the Carl Zeiss light sheet fluorescence microscope system images the heart of a 2-day old zebrafish over long periods of time, providing maximum frame rates with reduced light exposure.
Alexander Seyfarth introduces us to the Bruker Tracer IV-GEO handheld XRF (x-ray fluorescence) analyzer developed specifically for geosciences and geological sample identification and can analyze elements from magnesium to uranium.. The Tracer IV-GEO is the latest latest addition to the Tracer family of XRF instruments and features a 30mm2 silicon drift detector.
This video shows the measurement of the tip cap torque. Medical device manufacturers rely on Zwick’s sophisticated testing machines and instruments.
This video demonstrates how the Innov-X portable handheld x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer can be used to analyze wood-based materials in the field, eliminating the need for costly and timely laboratory testing. In particular the XRF analyzer can test for wood treated with preservatives that contain elements such as arsenic, copper and chromium on the spot.
In this video Seamus Mac Conaonaigh, Director of Technology talks about the Thermo Scientific SampleManager 11.
This video shows the Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF) with the S2 PICOFOX used for pharmaceutical applications from Bruker.
This demonstration illustrates the ease of operation of the Skyray handheld XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence) analyzer. The main features of the device are pointed out, as well us the rig to use it is a benchtop instrument. In this particular demonstration, a RoHS sample is analyzed and data obtained compared to the standard. Elements of interest in this are bromine, mercury, cadmium, lead and chromium.
Zwick robotic testing system 'roboTest A' with materials testing machine 20 kN for tensile tests on thin sheet, plastics or elastomer / rubber according to standards like (ISO 6892, ISO 527, Z010, Z020, ISO 3167, ASTM D 638)
This video shows the Yokogawa CW10 Clamp-on Power Meter. The unit can measure up to 1000 V AC/DC and can determine up to 600 A.
This video shows Dr. Christian Griesinger, a professor from the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, explaining the significant role Bruker NMR plays within his research.
Chris Vander Tuuk then shows us through Olympus’ latest instrument, the LEXT laser confocal microscope. The LEXT features a 5 objective turret with objectives from 120 to 14400 times magnification. The standard stage has a travel of 150x150mm, but can be adapted to cater for 300mm wafers.
This video is about Thermo Scientific Niton XRF (x-ray fluorescence) analyzer testimonial by VFM (Vegas Fastener Manufacturing).
The main features and capabilities of the FRT MicroProf 200 TTV MHU automated non-contact wafer metrology tool are demonstrated. The tool includes a multi-cassette system to deal with several samples, and it can deal with wafers from 2" to 8".
James Brenner from Extrel shows us the MAX300-LG, which is a mass spectrometer for TGA (thermogravimetric analyzers). It can be retrofitted to any TGA on the market.
This video shows the functioning of FRITSCH Cutting Mills. These Cutting Mills come with a standard funnel for inserting bulky samples at full length.
This video demonstrates how to set up and run a metal tension test according to ASTM E8 using ADMET's MTESTQuattro software.
This video shows the NEW 68-3000 EZ-Cup Vapometer from Thwing Albert. The vapormeter comprises an aluminum threaded flanged ring and a light-weight aluminum cup. It also has two neoprene gaskets having a Teflon seal, which will keep the specimen in place.
This video shows MLS- / MS-series thermal imaging cameras from FLIR. FLIR Systems markets a full range of thermal imaging cameras for the most demanding marine applications.
In this video Mark Widdowson, Sales Engineer, Displays Division, Pacer International talks about the Winmate's E430 Series PDA. This E430 is an enterprise-class PDA with powerful mobile computing solution.
A video clip demonstrating the use of robotics in an automated concrete testing.
This video illustrates how on-line Insitec particle size analyzer from Malvern Instruments is used for automated milling control. The Insitec analyzer can measure particle size distributions (PSD) from 0.1 to 2500µm.
As petrol prices continue to increase, it is affecting everyone and in particularly the troops fighting in wars. This video shows how the United States military has given Quantum Technologies the task to develop new fighting vehicles based on hydrogen engines. Shows how they make use special polymers with carbon fibres to develop the strength of the vehicles. Testings were done on the tanks firing with different weapons. The vehicles they developed utilize water (H2O) as fuel. An interesting film showing applications of hydrogen engines.
This video shows how the new OMNISEC GPC/SEC system from Malvern can be used for the characterization of proteins. The system provides significant benefits to key applications such as the measurement of proteins for academic research or in biopharmaceutical product development.
This video shows Taber Grit Feeder with Taber Rotary Platform Abraser. The operation of the grit feeder is controlled through the Taber Abraser.
This video shows Mecmesin M500E tester which provides an affordable solution for tensile and compression testing up to 500N.
This video shows the Elzone II 5390 Particle Size Analyzer from Micromeritics.
This video shows the compression tests performed on Nellie’s cage free eggs and Pete & Gerry's organic and heirloom eggs using Instron testing machine.
This video shows the FLIR T620 & T640 thermal imaging systems. The FLIR T620 & T640 is the combination of the flexibility and ergonomics of the FLIR T-Series with extreme image quality of the P-Series cameras.
A real time demonstration of bend testing reinforced concrete.
Tim Glose from PANalytical shows us their OBLF OES (optical emission spectroscopy system) for analysis of metals including trace element analysis. The system uses new technology that enables the instrument to take 2 measurements simultaneoulsy, with results being produced in around 15 seconds.
This video shows how neat SILEXA absorbs Oil from water due to its incredible water repellent properties from Bowman.
In this video, Agilent Technologies redefines the oscilloscope experience with the InfiniiVision 4000 X-series DSO and MSO models.
Zwick robotic testing system 'roboTest R' with materials testing machines 1200 kN and 600 kN for tensile tests on heavy plate for tests according to standards like (ISO 6892,ASTM E8, EN 10002, JIS Z 2241)
The Multisizer 4 is a particle size analyzer from Beckman Coulter that uses the Coulter principle to determine particle size. Ed Hoff explains how this principle is based on electrical resistance making it independent of refractive index unlike light scattering techniques. Furthermore, it measures the size of each individual particle making it extremely accurate.
This video shows an overview of Instron material testing systems, instruments, and accessories.
This video shows quick steps on how to obtain a viscosity reading on a Brookfield Viscometer.
This video illustrates an R&N test performed on a sheet metal using an Instron AVE (advanced video extensometer).
This video shows the FLIR SC8000/SC6000 Series thermal imaging cameras which offer superior thermal measurement performance along with excellent connectivity.
In this video Raymond Mercier highlights how Thermo Scientific technologies enable total liquid handling and transfer options in the lab.
The Rigaku Micro-Z ULS wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) instrument is designed for ultra-low level sulfur analysis in diesel, petrol (gasoline) and other fuels.
This video shows vertical honing process with air sizing by Barnes HV-1000 machine from Lapmaster. The machine is designed for both general purpose and specialized applications.
Hiden Analytical's Mark Buckley explains the operation and capabilities of the Hiden EQP mass spectrometer which is used for plasma characterisation. It is typically used by process development engineers and research technicians to optimise plasma conditions for the manufacture and fabrication of new and novel devices.
The PG-X from Thwing-Albert is a compact, video-based instrument for measuring contact angles of surfaces. It is able to do the test in a completely nondestructive manner catering for almost all shaped surfaces, with virtually no sample preparation.
The TANGO FT-NIR spectrometer from Bruker Optics is a versatile instruments. Application areas are listed.
This video from Nanosurf shows how one can store a used FluidFM cantilever for later re-use.
This video demonstrates the powerful 12V DC hammer mill field kit from Thermo Scientific. The electric hammer mill kit offers a unique solution for on-site XRF analysis in mining.
In this video Simon Nunn, Global Marketing Director for Molecular Spectroscopy introduces Thermo Scientific PicoSpin 45 at Pittcon 2013.
This video shows the functioning of Bruker’s Opterra Multipoint Scanning Confocal Microscope that combines confocal imaging with photoactivation to provide high-speed imaging of live cell and small organism preparations.
In this video, Dr. Jeffrey Lindemuth from Lake Shore gives a brief tour of the Model 8404 HMS instrument console and the components inside.
In this video Jeff Sherman, Director of Sales- NMR Technologies introduces Thermo Scientific picoSpin 45.
This video shows the testing of single-use hypodermic syringes using Instron syringe test fixture to meet the test requirements of ISO 7886-1 Annex G.
This video from Carl Zeiss shows a live imaging of the marine amphipod Parhyale hawaiensis.
This video shows Thermo Scientific’s electronic pipetting system. The E1-ClipTip™ pipette ensures secure tip attachment with the efficiency of electronic pipetting action. It utilizes snap and lip tip fitting technology.
David Coler from PANalytical shows us through the AXIOS XRF (x-ray fluorescence) instrument that performs elemental analysis. It is suited to applications including industrial process control, in the cement, steel and petroleum industries, as well as research and development applications in both industry and academia.
Thermo Fisher Scientific talk about their plans to expand their product manufacturing facilities in China to better serve local serve markets. As part pf their expansion they will soon be hiring more staff to bolster scientific and engineering expertise.
This video shows Delmic's SECOM Platform which allows optical and electron microscopy in one device.
In this video Jonathan Giencke, Application Scientist from Bruker talks about the D8 DISCOVER XRD.
In this video from Nanosurf Dr. Tomaso Zambelli and Prof. Janos Voros ETH Zurich (Switzerland) talk about the FluidFM technology and its applications.
This video shows the ADVANTEST TAS7500, a compact terahertz pulsed spectroscopy and imaging system specifically designed for pharmaceutical applications.
The Agilent 5600LS utilizes a fully addressable 200 mm x 200 mm stage and a new, low-noise AFM design. The programmable, motorized stage enables fast, accurate probe positioning for imaging and mapping large specimens at atomic-scale resolution using a state-of-the-art Agilent AFM.
Alexander Seyfarth from Bruker AXS introduces us to the S8 Lion, a new XRF unit designed specifically for the cement industry. This is the latest in the S8 series and features multi-channel analysis, which provides much faster analysis compared to sequential analysis instruments.
This video shows the precious metal analyzer Niton DXL from Thermo Scientific.
This video shows Kevin Dahl from Malvern Instruments talk about the Morphologi G3-ID at Pittcon 2011. Morphologi G3 is an integrated, software controlled system for dry powder dispersion.
This video shows the Water Vapour Permeation Analyzer from Systech Illinois.
This video illustrates how to use Kinetics (Dynamics Center) to analyse NMR reaction monitoring data from Bruker.
This video shows how the 3D characterization instrument from Alicona is used in the Optical surface metrology measurements.
This short video demonstrates the operation of the Spectro-Visc kinematic temperature bath viscometer from Spectro Inc. The instrument features ease of use, rapid sample measurement times and low maintenance. With a measurement time of 3-4 mins per sample, the Spectro-Visc is suited to high throughput labs.
The NT-MDT NTEGRA Aura system is a versatile SPM platform can be modified in numerous ways to adapt to various sample types as well as to take different types of measurements.
The TG 209 F1 Libra is the latest generation TGA (thermogravimetric analyzer) from Netzsch Instruments. It measures mass change as a function of temperature and has an operatingtemperature of between 10 and 1100°C.
This video demonstrates a webbing tensile test using Admet’s eXpert 2655 universal testing machine. The eXpert 2655 testing machine is a floor-standing model having a maximum load capacity of 150kN. This testing machine is employed for 20,000 pound capacity webbings.
This video introduces Basic Force Gauge (BFG) product from Mecmesin. The BFG is an easy to use, affordable force instrument which can be used along with a wide range of Mecmesin grips and accessories.
This video shows the features of the ASPEX Rx foreign particle analyzer for characterization of particles of pharmaceutical products. The ASPEX Rx is a "dedicated interface" product exclusively designed for the automated detection, counting, and characterization of sub-micron particulate material in the pharmaceutical industry. Developed in conjunction with one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, it represents the only integrated solution for microcontamination quality control on the pharmaceutical production floor.
The Terra is the world's first portable XRD (X-ray diffractometer). It weighs about 15kg and has enough battery power to run for approximately 7-8 hours and features a resolution that is comparable to larger laboratory sized XRD units.
This video shows a RetroLine modernization solution from Zwick Roell. An electromechanical testing machine is upgraded with the RetroLine solution.
Coating Thickness Measurement, using the Oxford Intruments XRF Analyser X-Strata920.
Post production inspection of parts produced by friction welding by American Friction Welding. Some tests include structural testing of the weld region and dimensional testing.
This video from Ambrell shows the heating of gear to a temperature for shrink fitting application.
Hardness testing is the most commonly applied inspection methods. Proceq NDT introduce a short video on the Equotip Piccolo, themost widely used portable metal hardness tester. The video discusses the different parts and functions to the portable metal hardness tester by Proceq NDT.
This video shows the second episode of B&W Tek's Educational Video Series, which discusses transmission spectroscopy in a detailed manner.
This video shows the short span and edge crush tests from Zwick Roell being carried out on a paper and a corrugated card board. The tests are performed as per the guidance provided in ISO 9895 / DIN 54518, DIN EN ISO 3037 standards.
This video shows an SDT Q600 (simultaneous thermogravimetric analyzer and differential scanning calorimeter) from TA Instruments.
Pittcon is the world's largest annual conference for laboratory science. If you are involved with, need to more about, need to find someone to perform or even just have an interest in any kind of testing or analysis, Pittcon is the destination for you. In 2012, the organizers expect to attract over 950 equipment manufacturers, distributors and service providers from 30 countries. The technical program will also include over 2000 sessions covering over 60 topics.
This video illustrates the Charpy impact testing of notched plastic specimens using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
This video shows the advanced TRIDIONTM-9 GC-TMS system designed by Torion for on-site VOC and SVOC analysis.
This video shows the compression after impact (CIA) rebound test performed on a composite laminate specimen using Instron impact testing system.
This video demonstrates an impact test performed using Instron Dynatup 9250 system on a plastic sample. Dynatup 9200 series instruments are applicable to a wide range of applications that involve low to high impact energy.
The ASPEX GSRTM Analyzer dates back to the late 60’s forensic laboratories in London started to use Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM) for the manual detection and analysis of Gun Shot Residue (GSR) particles on a routine basis. Forty years later, SEMs are still used in laboratories world wide for the automated detection of GSR particles.
A video by ADMET demonstrating how to perform an adhesive T-Peel strength test according to ASTM D1876
This video shows the PT-602CZ multi-sensor system from FLIR. It is equipped with a cooled Mid-Wave InfraRed detector, which offers mid-long range detections in all weather conditions.
Micromeritics, founded in 1962, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The company is a leading manufacturer and supplier of automated laboratory instruments for characterization of materials.
This video shows Thermo Scientific AuDIT gold-plating detection technology developed for Thermo Scientific portable x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers, including the Thermo Scientific Niton XL2 precious metal analyzer.
This video illustrates a compression test performed on the pushbuttons of a remote control using a compression testing system from Instron.
Phil Harrip from Scientific Solutions shows us through the Misco AMAX 30 Refractometer. He points out key features and demonstrates the ease of use of the instrument, as well as showing us how repeatable results determined by the refractometer are.
This video gives instruction on how to use Storage Battery Systems’ SBS 2003 digital battery hydrometer with wireless data downloading.
Demonstration of the ease of operation of the inXitu Terra portable x-ray diffraction (XRD) system.
In this video Stephan Boehm, Project Manager, Micro-XRF for SEM, Bruker Nano talks about the XTrace Micro-Spot X-Ray Source.
This video shows the working of Mastersizer 3000 from Malvern Instruments. The Mastersizer 3000 is the latest generation of the world’s most popular particle sizing instrument.
Ron Lutz from the Cannon Instrument Company introduces us to the PolyVISC system which is used by polymer and petrochemical companies in research and development and quality control applications.
This video shows the ASTM D638 microtensile test from ADMET. A universal tensile testing machine is needed to carry out this test.
The Evactron plasma decontamination systems from XEI Scientific ared used to clean samples or chambers. They removing organic contaminants and hydrocarbon residues from samples or or on instruments such as scanning electron microscopes (SEM), transmission electron microscopes (TEM) or focused ion beam systems (FIB).
This video shows the overview of GoldXpert from Olympus. The GoldXpert is a stylish countertop analyzer fit for the consumer showroom environment.
The alpha 300R Plus from WITec is a confocal Raman microscope with two scanning systems, a coarse motorized stage for large areas and a piezo stage for fine, sub nanometer adjustments. It is capable of producing 3 dimensional optical and chemical information and features optical components that are all coupled by optical fibres. It is also able to have an AFM added to increase its resolution to the sub-nanometer level.
This video shows Thwing-Albert’s 1270 PCA Score Bend and opening force tester.
Bill Flecky and Andrey Krayev from AIST-NT show us how easy the SmartSPM is to use. It is able to perform scans very quickly, and in the space of just a few minutes we see them set up the instrument and take a series of measurements.
Janie Dubois from Malvern Instruments takes us for a tour of the Morphologi G3 particle characterization system. The Morphologi G3 is a microscope based system that analyzes particles based on actual images.
PANalytical's Brian Litteer takes us for a tour of their brand new XPert Pro MPD (multi purpose diffractometer) or x-ray diffraction (XRD) system that is suited to industrial and academic materials analysis applications.
In this video Katherine Bakeev, from B&W Tek talks about Portable Raman Spectrometer.
Palm-sized testers for tension, compression and bend testing. Equipped with a powerful 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.
This video shows the control time-lapse, stage, wavelengths, z series, and stream acquisitions or even run journals by Metamorph software from Photometrics.
his video shows Bradley Hart, Marketing Manager, discussing the new range of mass spectrometers from Thermo Fisher. These instruments deliver optimum performance by integrating revolutionary depth of analysis with ease of use.
This video shows new radiographic products from Vidisco for non-destructive testing (NDT).
This video shows Mecmesin’s Advanced Force Gauge (AFG) that offers a cost-effective solution to tension and compression measurement problems encountered in industry today.
This video from Admet shows the eXpert 7600 Single Column Testing Machine that performs ASTM D4833 puncture testing.
This video shows the working of Evolve 512 delta EMCCD camera with NIS software from Photometrics.
Ola Modinger from Nanosurf gives us and introduction to the their easyScan2 FlexAFM that was released at the 2008 MRS Fall Meeting, where this interview was recorded. We then get a demonstration of how easy this instrument is to operate.
The eP2 Digital Controller performs mechanical tests on materials, products and components. It is a presettable unit that performs mechanical tests on electromechanical and servo hydraulic testing systems. The eP2 can also be used to retrofit / upgrade virtually any manufactures testing machine regardless of age or machine type.
A video by ADMET introducing pneumatic grips. Pneumatic grips are available as either wedge or vise types. They allow for rapid sample changes and constant clamping force. Plastics, metals, fabrics, films, ceramics, and many other types of samples can be held in a pneumatic grip.
Bill Henderson from Leica shows us the DCM 3D surface metrology tool. The system features a confocal microscope and interferometer and features LED illumination and CCD detector.
Fritsch Autosampler – Analysette 22 Ideal for automation of measurement series: 26 positions for 40 ml containers are available for complete sample feeding, automatic dispersion, measurement and cleaning.
This video shows Dr Andrew Byrd from the National Cancer Institute discussing the significance of Bruker NMR in cancer research at ICMRBS 2014.
This video shows tensile tester Mecmesin MultiTest. The MultiTest universal testers are designed for use directly within the manufacturing environment.
This video shows Malvern’s m-VROCi , an Innovative microfluidic rheometry on a chip that delivers precise and robust viscosity measurements for low viscosity materials to extreme shear rates, with ease of sample loading and operation.
This video illustrates the fatigue test performed on straight and pre-angled dental implants using ElectroPuls system from Instron.
This video shows the functioning of Spectro Scientific’s new Q5800 expeditionary fluid analysis system, a portable, battery-powered device that enables operators to perform mobile lubricant sampling.
In this video Johnnie Hancock from Agilent Technologies illustrates the comparison of InfiniiVision 4000 X-Series oscilloscope and LeCroy Waverunner in debugging automotive design.
In this video Fergus Keenan, Field Marketing Manger from Thermo Scientific introduces iCAP 7000 Series ICP- optical emission spectrometer.
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed on plastics using a clip-on extensometer from Instron.
This article by ADMET discusses foam tensile strength testing. A foam tensile strength test can be found in ASTM D3574 Test E which applies to slab, bonded, and molded flexible cellular urethane foams. There are many tests in this specification including tests for density, ball rebound, airflow, etc. However, the most common tests in the specification are the mechanical tests that can be performed on a universal testing machine such as indentation force deflection, compression force deflection and tear resistance. This article discusses Test E, the foam tension test.
In this video Dean Roberts, Manager-US Food, Feed and Agriculture Markets - Bruker demonstrates the working and application of Tango near IR spectrometer.
This video shows how to get easy multiplex molecular interactions investigations with the help of OpenPlex from Horiba Scientific.
This short video shows just how easy the TANGO FT-NIR spectrometer from Bruker Optics is to use.
This video demonstrates the operation of the Test-Master Pro optical emission spectroscopy (OES) system from Oxford Instruments. It uses a heavy duty probe suited to industrial applications.
In this video Mr. Richard Conrey, Technician at the GeoLaboratory of the Washington State University recommends the ARL PERFORM'X WDXRF spectrometer from Thermo Scientific for a high-performance, cost-effective solution in any application.
his video shows Jenny Olsen, Senior Product Manager, discussing the latest innovations from Thermo Scientific.
This video shows the MultiTest-5 xt top load tester from Mecmesin. The MultiTest-5 xt top load tester is used for top loads, crushing tests and top load tester.
This video compares the DPO7000C oscilloscopes from Tektronix with Agilent Infiniium 9000 Series oscilloscopes.
The ZSX Primus Series of wavelength dispersive X-Ray fluorescence spectrometers from Rigaku continues the tradition of delivering accurate results in both a timely and seamless manner, with unsurpassed reliability, flexibility, and ease of use to meet any challenges in the lab.
This video illustrates a flexural test performed on a fiber-reinforced concrete beams using a universal testing machine from ADMET.
This video shows the thermal fence security system from FLIR. This system is the unique combination of thermal security cameras, video analytical software, and detection sensors that are brought together in scalable and customizable design.
This video shows innovative "Press 'n' Open" Ultra Guard door from Binder.
This video shows the BioCoat liquid resistant cover for medical device testing on 5940 Systems from Instron.
This video shows the overview of Mecmesin Orbis digital torque tester.
This video illustrates an adhesive peel strength test performed on an Instron universal testing machine equipped with 90° peel fixture.
This video shows how Alicona, a leader in advanced manufacturing machine tool technology verifies the quality of machinery using InfiniteFocus.
This video shows Bernard Siow and Mark Lythgoe from UCL’s Biomedical Imaging department discussing the use of Bruker’s ICON MRI desktop system in their research work. This cryogen-free high-performance system is a 1 Tesla desktop MRI scanner designed for analyzing small rodents like mice and rats.
This video shows the compression testing of spring from Mecmesin. Mecmesin force testing software is used to measure compression of spring as the part of the Quality Control program.
This short video details how inXitu have used funding from NASA and other government bodies to develop innovative x-ray diffraction (XRD) technologies for the analysis of materials both terrestrial and extra-terrestrial.
Paul Stewart from United Testing Systems demonstrated the ASTM D412 tension test on a rubber sample. He runs the test to determine the ultimate tensile strength of the material, demonstrates software control of the instrument and shows the results from the tension test.
This video shows ABB MB3600-HP10, a high-performance FT-NIR laboratory analyzer designed and configured for standard hydrocarbon analysis.
This video explains the difference between depth of penetration and effective penetration that are associated with ATR sampling, a popular IR beam sampling technique from PIKE Technologies.
This short video provides an overview of the IBIS Nanoindentation system from Fischer-Cripps Laboratories. It includes the technology and capabilities of the nanoindentation testing system.
This video shows the intelligent transportation system from FLIR. The thermal imaging cameras of intelligent transportation system are used to monitor and manage traffic streams.
This short video shows the key features and ease of operation of the SOLVER NEXT SPM/AFM from NT-MDT. It has been designed so that operators with limited experience can take quality measurements.
Many different types of testing profiles can be used to test a syringe. There are ASTM and ISO standards, for example, ISO7864 and ISO9626, as well as individual company specified testing profiles. You may want to discover how much force it takes the press the plunger with and without liquid, or you may want to determine how easy or difficult the luer lock is to remove or to connect, or you may want to examine the pressure of the liquid when forced out of the syringe at a high speed, and more.
In this video, Dafydd Milton, Product Manager – LC & LC/MS Columns at Thermo Fisher Scientific, describes the new Accucore C8 HPLC columns at ASMS 2012 in Vancouver, Canada.
This video demonstrated the installation and running of QImaging cameras inside the NIS Elements software.
Texture analysis with Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line, testing of cheese.
This video demonstrates the impact test performed on the plastics using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
Martin Thomas from Quantachrome tells us about their new Porometer 3G capillary liquid expulsion porometer that is on show for the first time at Pittcon. The Porometer 3G can measure the pore size and quantity of sheet-like materials like filters and battery separators. This is done by measuring gas flow through the sample, as the applied pressure is changed.
This video shows the grip face replacement for Instron 10 kN side-action pneumatic grips. The jaw face safety shields reduce the finger-pinch hazard linked with the use of pneumatic grips.
This video shows the XRD diffractogram of Silicium powder from Inel. curved position sensitive detectors enable diffraction experiments to be made on powders, solids and liquids in real time.
This video shows the Delta Handheld XRF Analyzer from Olympus, which is used for soil testing.
This video shows the computer-controlled Vortex-i torque test system from Mecmesin.
This video demonstrates fatigue strength testing on badminton rackets with ZwickRoell’s servo-hydraulic testing machine. This testing machine is a compact HC table-top testing system, with a testing actuator mounted in the upper crosshead.
This video shows the two-point Flexure Test from Zwick Roell being carried out on a plastic film.
This video shows Dave Edwards, Product Manager at Thermo Scientific, explaining the operation of the latest Virtuoso Vial Identification System.
A video by ADMET demonstrating compression testing systems.
This video shows the working principle of Elvatech’s ElvaX mini XRF Spectrometer. This compact desktop spectrometer is an energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) alloys analyzer.
This video shows the analysis process and full routine maintenance of analysis chamber of ARL iSpark optical emission spectrometer from Thermo Scientific.
This video from Zwick shows testing software testXpert® II - the testing software for all applications and testing machines.
This video shows the measurement of grey scale value by using the Mean Variance calculator from Photometrics.
This video shows the tensile testing of sound deadening materials used in construction industry using Mecmesin MultiTest 25-i tensile tester.
This video shows the most flexible, versatile ZHU/zwicki-Line universal hardness testing machine from Zwick Roell.
This video shows the U1273AX handheld digital multimeter from Agilent Technologies. The U1273AX is an OLED handheld digital multimeter (DMM) capable of operating down to -40°C. It delivers immediate and accurate results, even in frigid conditions.
This video shows a webinar hosted by Professor Ben Beake explaining the high temperature nanoindentation data for a broad range of nitride-based hard coatings, and design rules recommended for improved coating performance in different machining applications.
This video shows Malvern Instruments’ Viscotek GPC/SEC systems and detectors, the finest range of instruments for turning your gel permeation or size exclusion chromatograph into an advanced multi-detection system.
This video from Horiba shows the real-time display of polyethylene and the effects on the Raman spectra of a polyethylene film as a result of stretching.
One method to measure the tack force / strength of an adhesive is to perform the "Loop Tack" test method described in specification ASTM D6195. The adhesives tested with this test are typically pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) applied to films, labels, tapes, and stickers where the initial tack force is an important characteristic of the product. The specification describes two ways to perform the test. One method (Method B) uses a single purpose machine.
This video shows how to measure the height of different sized bottles while performing a top-load or crush test at the same time with the help of MultiTest-xt from Mecmesin.
This video from Horiba gives a presentation on effortless evaluation of emulsion behavior, which is usually ascertained by the size of the droplet.
In this video by Bose Dr. Christopher Yakacki from the University of Colorado Denver talks about characterization of polymers which are used in biomedical applications.
This tutorial illustrates the installation of Instron Bluehill 3 materials testing software. Bluehill 3 is the newest version of Bluehill software and is compatible with all Instron 5500 and 5900 series testing systems.
Alexsander Koprivc Introduces the Zwick-Roell Multi-Channel Spring-Testing System at the 21st Annual TextXpo
This video shows the handheld TruNarc analyzer from Thermo Scientific. The TruNarc device is a Raman system for quick and accurate detection of suspected narcotics.
This video shows Jeff Dierker, Magnetics expert from LakeShore Cryotronics, demonstrating the basic operation of a Hall effect gaussmeter for measuring magnet’s characteristics.
This video illustrates the Izod impact strength testing of plastics using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
In this video, Bruce Richter from Thermo Scientific talks about the outstanding performance of the gas chromatography product portfolio such as GC, GC-MS and GC-MS/MS for routine analyses.
This video shows Mark Bumiller from HORIBA Scientific talking about the laser diffraction particle size distribution analyzer called the Partica LA 950.
Peter LaPuma from Bruker AXS takes us for a tour of the new flag ship D8 Discover X-Ray Diffractometer (XRD). One of the key features to this XRD is the easy exchange optics that can be swapped in just seconds and any change is both auto-detected by the system and is self aligning, requiring no special tools to do so. This allows rapid swapping of configurations.
Does everything weigh the Same across the Globe? KERN Finds out if this is true.
This video shows the UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation System) certified Zwick/ZHV 1-m and Zwick/ZHV 2-m performing Knoop and Vickers hardness testing according to ISO 4545, EN ISO 6507 and ASTM E92 standards.
This video from ADMET shows the sponge rubber foam is tested using ASTM D 1056 compression defection test.
The Nano Indenter G200 is the most advanced platform for exploring material properties at the nano and micro scales. Its state of the art motion system speeds sample throughput without sacrificing accuracy. It also conforms to ISO 14577 - 1, 2 & 3; delivering confidence in test accuracy and repeatability.
This video shows the overview of Mecmesin's MultiTest-xt force measurement system. It is a simple tensile and compression testing system routinely used for quality control measurements in the production areas.
Dave Sampson from Bruker AXS shows us through their new N8 NEOS atomic force microscope. The N8 NEOS combines optical microscopy and Scanning Probe Microscopy in a single, optimized set - up.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek, shows how to measure T1 and T2 relaxation. There are two types of relaxation spin relaxation and longitudinal relaxation.
This video shows Bruce Bailey, Product Application Manager at Thermo Fisher, explaining the latest electrochemical detector that employs multiple coulometric electrodes in sequence with each electrode having a special potential setting.
This video from Photometrics shows how to make measurements in photo electrons after the mean variance calculations are done.
KP Technology's Prof. Iain D. Baikie explains how a Kelvin Probe works.
Ray Matejczyk from Bruker AXS shows us the key features of the D2 Phaser compact benchtop x-ray diffraction (XRD) system. The D2 Phaser was introduced at Pittcon 2009.
This video shows Netzsch’s HFM 436 Lambda heat flow meter designed for fast and accurate thermal conductivity testing of insulation materials.
his video shows the Niton XL3t XRF analyzers of Thermo scientific with embedded GPS system.
This video shows fast Raman mapping using LabSpec6 Raman Software from Horiba Scietific. Raman microscopy has been used for quite a long time to generate chemical maps.
This video describes how the PCS100 reactive power conditioner from ABB improves the power quality of cable car system in Wellington, New Zealand.
Texture analysis with Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line, testing of sausages
This video shows the installation of AvaSoft 8 software to the Avantes spectrometer.
This video shows the performance, versatility and configurability of PIKE MIRacle.
This video shows procedure for changing HotSpot Thermocouple from Zircar Zirconia.
This video shows Alexander Makarov, Director of Global Research LCMS, Thermo Scientific discussing his experience while designing the Orbitrap Fusion mass spectrometer.
This video shows Kinexus, the next generation rotational rheometer platform from Malvern Instruments.
This video shows the background measurements by LUMOS from Bruker Optics. The LUMOS is a FT-IR microscope with an integrated FT-IR spectrometer.
This video shows the start measurements by LUMOS from Bruker Optics. The LUMOS is a FT-IR microscope with an integrated FT-IR spectrometer.
Demonstration three viscoelastic effects using a dyed polyvinyl solution crossed linked with sodium tetraborate. These effects are The Barus Effect, The Weissenberg Effect and The Kaye Effect
This video shows how the products are manufactured in the Addmaster.
In this video Dr. Katherine Bakeev, Director of Analytical Services from B&W Tek talks about the features of i-Raman EX Portable Raman Spectrometer at Pittcon 2013.
In this video Dr. Paul Gaines from Inorganic Ventures talks about the mercury in nitric acid.
Dan Walsh from Spectro Inc shows us the main features and demonstrates just how fast and easy the Spectro VISC Q3000 portable kinematic viscometer is to use. It is extremely small and can be easily taken on-site to provide on the spot viscosity readings, producing results in a matter of seconds.
This video shows the InnuPure C16 magnetic particle based extraction system from Analytik Jena.
Dr. Arwen Pearson of the University of Leeds discusses her brand new HighFlux HomeLab system
Validating samples is a time consuming and expensive process when trying to track down defects and reasons for semiconductor failures. Optical microscopes were used to examine samples after each polishing stage, but they do not have the resolution to detect the small defects that are now being produced. With its small footprint, higher resolution and comparable price, the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope is the ideal alternative. It also offers faster sample analysis and imaging compared to many other scanning electron microscopes.
This video demonstrates a three-point flexural bend test performed on plastics using an ADMET universal testing machine equipped with a three-point bend fixture.
In this video, Dr Tony Edge takes us on a tour of Thermo Scientific‘s LC-MS (liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry) with the help of Turboflow technology.
This video demonstrates a compression test performed on a paper cup using a compression testing system from Instron.
This video shows how to set up and use WinFluor imaging software with Photometrics cameras.
In this excerpt Katie Evans, Senior Project Manager from Thermo Scientific talks about the flexibility of the newly launched SampleManager 11, a laboratory information management system.
This video illustrates the direct rock sampler field kit from Thermo Scientific. The direct rock sampler kit offers a unique solution for on-site XRF analysis in mining.
This video shows the sealed high pressure clamps which are used in the PIKE MIRacle.
An interesting video by Ocean Optics on the story behind the invention and usage of the all new Jaz spectrometer. An the amazing reward program from Ocean Optics for your old spectrometer.
This video shows the testing the strength of sealed-seam. Zwick can supply a variety of testing machines for determining the durability of components or a complete product.
These grips by ADMET are ideal for holding webbings and ribbons during tension tests as they prevent premature specimen breakage.
This video shows the ARL iSpark Series versatile elemental analysis solution for metal research and development from Thermo Scientific.
This short video runs you through the range of handheld coating thickness measurement instruments from Fischer Instrumentation. These instruments use different technologies and the various useful features of these devices are demonstrated, as well their ease of operation.
This video demonstrate the process of producing UV conformal coating using UV conveyor processing. The UV oven is an inline system with full images of a UV conformal coating curing.
This video shows Bradley Hart, Marketing Manager at Thermo Scientific, talking about a new range of mass spectrometers designed for qualitative and quantitative research applications.
This video shows the advanced AURIGA Compact FIB-SEM. Users can leverage the proven Carl Zeiss CrossBeam technology and integrate high resolution imaging with the milling performance of the focused ion beam.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek talks about the Spin echoes, CPMG pulse and T2 relaxation in Terranova apparatus.
Tony Fischer-Cripps explains what nanoindentation is and shows us the IBIS Nanoindentation system. During the explanation of the technique he also talks about typical applications such as testing of coatings, scratch testing, mineral analysis and semiconductor testing. It can determine such properties as friction co-efficients, Young's modulus and properties of thin films.
FRT fully automated, high resolution metrology tools for the topographical and surface mapping of 8 and 12 inch semiconductor wafers feature automated prealignment, auto calibration, automated pattern recognition and fine alignment, easy die selection and measurement. They are able to measure, roughness, topography, film thickness, step height, bow and warp and are perfectly suited to front end integration.
This video shows the Handle-O-Meter (HOM) from Thwing-Albert. The surface friction and flexibility of sheeted materials such as toweling, tissue, film, textiles and nonwovens can be measured using HOM.
This video shows the Q series DSC (differential scanning calorimeters) from TA Instruments. The company offers three DSC modules such as Q2000, Q200, and Q20.
This video shows OBEF series of Open Emission Spectrometer from PANalytical.
In this video Dr. Eric Filion and Anthony Blythe from Zymetrix, University of Calgary, Canada provides an introduction to the testing facilities and Bose test instruments.
This video shows a live telecast of Pittcon 2009 at which Thermo Scientific exhibited its next-generation Handheld XRF.
This video from Asylum Research shows the sublimation of the anthracene single crystal in air.
In this video, Dean Mulyk talks about the VALet microplate mover from Thermo Scientific. The VALet combines hardware, the Momentum scheduling software, and integrated Thermotor technology.
This video shows a live demonstration of identification of pharma frauds using Thermo Scientific’s TruScan analyzer. The light-weight, handheld analyzer enables quick identification of raw materials and it meets the strict requirements of pharmaceutical manufacturing operations. The analyzer can be easily implemented into cGMP environments.
This video illustrates how microrheology measurements of proteins and polymers are taken on the Zetasizer Nano ZSP with advanced software from Malvern Instruments.
This video shows the working of double cantilever beam from Bose. Bose has developed a double cantilever beam fixture to test a variety of specimens using ElectroForce® test instruments.
The Unitherm 1000 dilatometer from Anter Corp can measure the thermal expansion of up to 4 samples simulatneously. Using different furnaces it can work in temperature ranges from cryogenic up to 1600°C. Accurate results are ensured through the use of digital displacement transducers.
This video illustrates the wedge impact test performed using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
Bob Fiddler from Netzsch shows us their STA 449 F1 simultaneous thermal analyzer that can measure TGA (thermogravimetry), DCS (Differential Scanning Calorimetry) and DTA (Differential Thermal Analysis). The new feature of the STA 449 F1 is that it can now be supplied with a off gas analysis systems such as the Bruker Tensor FT-IR.
In this video, Edwin Stoetzer from Thermo Scientific highlights the superior performance of the Nicolet iS5 FT-IR spectrometer with the award winning OMNIC software in materials analysis.
This video shows Zwick Roell’s LPET (linear puncture testing). According to DIN 53142-2 standard, the LPET is performed on a corrugated card board. The card board is loaded in all directions due to the pyramid formed penetrator during the penetration test.
This video demonstrates how to change measurement cells on the Malvern Instruments' Mastersizer 3000. The auto locking measurement system ensures cell alignment and simplifies changeover and maintenance. Changing the measurement cell allows you to swap from measuring samples dry with the Aero to wet with the Hydro dispersion units.
This video shows how to set up the Quad-View control unit in QImaging camera.
This video shows the testing of torsion springs using the Mecmesin Vortex-i computer controlled torque testing system to find the pre-defined torque.
This video demonstrates an impact test performed using Instron’s Dynatup mini-tower impact test machine on a light bulb.
ADMET is a leading provider of universal testing systems for tension, compression, flexure, torsion and biaxial testing.
This video demonstrates the configuration and operation of the QImaging camera in the Olympus software suite.
This video shows measurement of insertion and withdrawal force on electrical connectors using Mecmsin's MultiTest 2.5-i force testing stand.
The Aflow Extrusion Plastometer from Zwick is used to determination of the melt mass-flow rate (MFR) and the melt volume-flow rate (MVR) of thermoplastics.
Zwick robotic testing system 'roboTest R' with two Zwick pendulum impact testers PSW750 and temperature baths for notched bending impact tests according to Charpy with metal specimens according to standards like (EN 10045, ASTM E23)
This video shows TX-1000 4 x 100mL Swinging Bucket Rotor from Thermo Scientificwhich provides busy labs with high throughput requirements for centrifugation.
This video demonstrates the torque testing of the dental abrasive disks with the Vortex-i torque measurement solution from Mecmesin. The Vortex-i uses a custom-made adapter to measure the torque of dental abrasive disks.
This video shows TABER Reciprocating Abraser Model 5900 from Taber Industries. It is ideal for testing flat surfaces and can be configured to evaluate the susceptibility of a material surface to scratch, abrasion, rub, scrape and many other physical properties.
This video shows the superior cell design of Nano DSC (differential scanning calorimeter) from TA Instruments.
This video shows the demonstration of ExPress Hydraulic Testing Machine by ADMET founder and CEO Richard Gedney.
Nanosight have developed a unique technique for detecting and viewing nanoparticles in real time using laser light. Jeremy Warren explains how it work and the key components to their system
Mark Bumiller from Horiba shows us their latest addition, the SZ-100, nanoparticle size analyzer/characterization system. It is suited to analyzing particles in the sub-micron range. The SZ-100 uses dynamic light scattering (DLS) technology to look at brownian motion to measure particle size.
A short video showing how a mass spectrometer works and how it can be used to identify elements in the blood.
This video shows how SILEXA ‘Loose’ filter media removes oil from water from Bowman.
This video from Zwick shows how a biaxial test is performed an a biomaterial/tissue sample. The testing machine in question features 4 high resolution linear drives and can test samples at controlled temperatures using a bath.
ASTM D412 (D 412) covers the tensile properties of thermoset rubbers and thermoplastic elastomers. The specification describes two test methods, A and B. Method A is common and can be performed on a universal testing machine (tensile testing machine). If you are going to perform this test, you should read the entire specification from ASTM. This is a quick summary by ADMET to decide if this test is right for you, and to point out what equipment you need to perform the test.
PANalytical's Ian Campbell demostrates how easy the Omnian analytical software is to use with their AXIOS and MiniPal XRF systems.
This video shows a tear strength test performed according to ISO 34 on an ADMET tensile tester. This test method is identical to ASTM D624 and ideal for determining the tear strength of elastomers.
This video from Elastocon shows fogging test. This procedure is used to determine the windscreen fogging especially in vehicles.
Dave Shepard from Netzsch Instruments MMC 274 Nexus Multi Module Calorimeter. It is suited to liquids and battery materials. The instrument can employ different modules depending on what type of measurement is required. Modules that can be supplied can perform measurement akin to differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), accelerating rate calorimetry and very fast tracking, to simulate runaway heating.
Tony Torsell from Anter Corporation shows us their Flashline Series of thermal property analyzers. These intruments can measure properties such as thermal diffusivity, specific heat capacity and thermal conductivity using laser flash or xenon flash techniques.
A video clip showing the current, near term and future applications of Rapid Prototyping in the medical industry.
See how the Hyper-Cam, a thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging sensor can be used in an airborne configuration to detect and identify any substance or target that has a know infrared spectrum. Acquiring hyperspectral images from an airplane allows to map vast areas and obtain important spectral information useful for target detection and identification, geology and mining exploration, environmental monitoring and more.
In this video Andreas Huhmer, Director of Maketing from Thermo Scientific talks about the exciting chapter in better understanding biology and advancing proteomics and metabolomics.
Duane Sword from Thermo Fisher Scientific shows us the TruScan RM handheld Raman Spectrometer which was recently introduces and is the world's smallest Raman spectrometer . It enables non-contact, non-invasive identification of materials. He demonstrates just how easy it is to use and how quickly it produces results.
This video shows the cleaning process of FRITSCH Cutting Mills. These Cutting Mills are high-performance instruments characterised by reliability, speed and ease of use.
In this video Dr. Matthias Mann, Director of the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, talks about the innovative technology, like the Thermo Scientific’s Orbitrap, used in the lab.
Absorbance Spectrophotometry is a versatile technique that can be used as both a qualitative or quantitative tool for chemical substance measurement. This video demonstrate how to use absorbance spectrophotometry as a qualitative tool.
This video demonstrates the hazardous material handling and safety related procedures when using SBS 2002 digital battery hydrometer.
Zwick/Roell's CEO, Dr, Jan Stefan Roell tells us about testXpo, their international forum for materials testing held on an annual basis. It gives materials testing experts access to Zwick's expertise and allows them access to Zwick's facilities.
Prof. Iain D. Baikie from KP Technology introduces us to the Scanning Kelvin Probe which measures the work function difference between a vibrating tip and the sample. It is suited to the analysis of such things as metals, electronic devices, patterned wafers, solar cells etc and can carry out similar functions to an AFM
This video shows the force and torque testing equipment from Mecmesin. This equipment is widely used for ensuring the quality of components materials and products in the industries.
The Varian TPS Compact Portable Vacuum Pumping System offers a self contained, turbo pumping system, designed to offer users a portable, lightweight complete vacuum system that can generate vacuum for pumping vacuum chamber, molecular beam line, and for any clean environment experimentation. A simple plug and play vacuum system the biggest advantage of the Varian TPS is that it utilizes dry pumping technology meaning no oil or hydrocarbon.
This video contains information on Bruker Nano Analytics new products, as well as a demonstration of Bruker Optic's LUMOS -- Stand Alone FT-IR Microscope with Full Automation. LUMOS is a new product on the market. It is designed to combine best performance for visible inspection and infrared spectral analysis with a simple and easy-to-use interface.
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed using Instron 3345 System on a rubber specimen. Instron 3345 System is a mechanical testing machine for compression and tension testing.
This video shows Parsum, an in-line particle size analyzer from Malvern Instruments that measures particle size of powders, liquids and sprays accurately and reliably.
This video shows the global introduction of Bruker CAM's EVOQ LC-TQ (liquid chromatography-triple quadrupole) mass spectrometers at JASIS 2012 in Tokyo.
This user group video from Malvern Instruments shows Morgan motor company car factory which manufactures sports cars.
This video demonstrates the compression test performed on a milk crate using Instron universal testing machine. Compression testing was performed to measure the strength of the milk crate.
Ed Gooding from Princeton Instruments shows us their Acton 2300 spectrometer that can be fitted with a vast array of detectors. In this demonstration the Acton Sp2300 is connected to the ProEM EMCCD camera and the SPEC-10 CCD, but can be interfaced with most Raman, fluorescence, photoluminescence and optical spectroscopy detectors.
This video shows the interview of Dan Ayres, Managing Director from Oxford Instruments at Pittcon 2013.
This video shows high temperature testing using a 3 furnace carousel from Zwick.
This video shows the Viscotek SEC-MALS 20 multi angle light scattering detector from Malvern.
This video shows breaking of glass, which is captured by ultra-high speed and high spatial resolution HyperVision HPV-X Camera of Shimadzu.
This video shows the new Talysurf PGI dimension system from Taylor Hobson.
This video shows the innovative TRACE 1300 series GC (gas chromatograph) from Thermo Scientific. The TRACE 1300 series GC provides high productivity and reduces cost in QA/QC and routine laboratory applications.
This video demonstrates the custom friction welding process of dissimilar materials by American Friction Welding (AFW). The ISO 9001:2008 certified company offers a fully automated friction welding system and a large and unique shaped component friction welds.
This video shows DELTA Handheld XRF Analyzer from Olympus. These DELTA XRF analyzers provide fast, non-destructive elemental analysis from Mg to U, from PPM to 100%.
This video demonstrates the SisuROCK imaging system from Specim. SisuROCK is a fully automated hyperspectral imaging instrument for easy and high speed scanning of drill cores and other geological samples.
This video demonstrates Malvern Instruments’ Spraytec laser diffraction particle size system, which is ideal for characterization of aerosol and spray droplet. Spraytec offers accurate particle size measurements in the 0.1 to 2000 µm range.
Interview with Bill Becker, Industry Manager Aerospace, Zwick USA at the testXpo - 19th Forum for Materials Testing at Zwick in Ulm. This video discusses dynamic and robotic testing in aerospace testing.
This video shows the Viscosizer 200 is an innovation in automated viscosity measurement and molecular sizing using very small sample volumes from Malvern.
Aspex Corp's Tim Drake takes a few minutes to point out the the key features of their Personal Scanning Electron Microscope, PSEM eXplorer, which is an integrated SEM/EDX system designed for rapid automated particle analysis. Some of the main features include large sample chamber and silicon drift detector.
The new Particle Sizer ANALYSETTE 28 ImageTec is the ideal measuring instrument for easy quality control in various areas of application -- and is the fast alternative to sieving. Especially robust and brilliantly simple to operate!
This video gives an introduction to elemental microanalysis technique from Exeter Analytical, which provides precise determination of percentage Carbon (C), Hydrogen (H) and Nitrogen in a sample.
This video shows the flammability test conducted on SILEXA Media from Bowman.
This video shows the introduction to tribology and Universal Mechanical Tester (UMT) from Bruker.
This video demonstrate the features and step by step function on the Innovative spectrometer "Jaz" by Ocean Optics. This spectrometer is suitable for laboratory or in the field.
This video shows hardening of fastener tips by induction heating. Ambrell EASYHEAT 1kW induction heating system is used to heat the fasteners.
In this video, x-ray fluorescence (XRF) is explained and how it can be used to identify different materials
This video shows the crunchiness and smoothness tests using TA1 food texture analyzer from Lloyd Instruments.
This video shows the BBC news highlights about Addmaster. It says that the dirtiest hospitals in the country and health officials are facing the challenge of cleaning the hospitals but in vain.
This video shows the criteria to be followed to choose the FLIR camera.
This video shows Vidisco’s newly developed automatic software process for performing accurate Wall Thickness Measurement with ease using Digital Radiography.
Stefan Wegner from Kruess Optronic shows us their range of refractometers paying particular attention to their DR6000 benchtop digital refractometer. The DR6000 features an easy to use touchscreen interface with multiple language facility and PC communications. It can also connect back to the factory for repairs if possible.
This video shows the horizontal track tests on catheters from Zwick. The tests involve testing the flexibility of catheter tips at curvature greater than 90° and changes in the physiological environment by use of a temperature-conditioned water-bath with various pH values.
This video shows Taber Industries’ TABER Shear / Scratch Tester Model 550 / 551. It is used to evaluate resistance to scratching, shearing, scraping, gouging, marring and engraving on a wide range of flat, hard materials.
The MicroActive reporting software - BJH Silica from Micromeritics report helps users to evaluate isotherm data interactively from the company’s ASAP, TriStar, and Gemini gas adsorption devices. The user can view updated textural properties by just moving calculation bars with the cursor. The software gives one-click access to key important parameters and results can be viewed graphically on the screen.
Dr. Mariano Paganelli from Expert System Solutions shows us their high temperature optical measuring system. This instrument can provide thermal expansion data like a dilatometer, but has the added benefit that it uses optical techniques as opposed to mechanical measuring, so it can cater for non-rigid samples. It can also provide much more detailed information on a materials' behaviour when subjected to high temperatures.
ASPEX has developed the industry's only totally integrated solution for the automated detection, identification, and characterization of micron-level debris in automotive manufacturing and cleansing operations, the AQC. Manufacturers have come to understand that particles smaller than can be seen by their current optical and gravimetric inspection techniques can impact production—particles that are easily be identified and characterized by the AQC.
This video shows installation of screen protector in DV2T Rheometer from Brookfield.
This video shows torsion testing on Luer Lock fittings from Zwick. Torsion testing machines are utilized in almost all branches of industry to carry out rotary angle measurements on materials and components over a defined torque range.
This video describes the Nicolet iS50 FT-IR from Thermo Scientific. The Nicolet iS50, featuring purpose-built accessories and integrated software, is an all-in-one materials analysis workstation designed to help solve analytical challenges with ease.
Zwick robotic testing system 'roboTest R' with materials testing machine 20 kN for tensile tests on elastomers / rubber according to standards like (ISO 37, DIN 53504, ASTM D 412, ISO 34)
This video visualizes the exhibition held at Pittcon. This exhibition is the part of the annual global conference and expo for laboratory science.
This video demonstrates the set up of power injector for A2-05 LAN wired pod from CAS DataLoggers.
This video demonstrates the finite element analysis capability of the IBIS Nanoindentation System from Fischer-Cripps Laboratories using an elastic plastic contact for loading and unloading of a conical indenter.
This video from Instron illustrates a Rockwell hardness test performed on a metal using a Rockwell Hardness Tester. Wilson Hardness is the originator of the Rockwell Hardness Tester.
This video shows the functioning of Taber Industries’ TABER Linear Abraser Model 5750 for evaluating the abrasion resistance of wire or cable. The TABER Scrape Abrasion Kit allows you to use the TABER Linear Abraser Model 5750 and T-Slot Table to assess the resistance to scrape abrasion of cables and wire.
This video shows the overview of Mecmesin's Basic Force Gauge. This basic force gauge is affordable and mid-range digital force gauge.
In this video Cara Cesario, Product Manager, Analytical Reagents, Thermo Scientific discusses the performance of improved Optima LC/MS solvents.
Nicholas Randall features and capabilities new Nanotribometer CSM Instruments. It uses similar loadings to an AFM, but can use wear partners with different size and shapes comapred to an AFM probe tip.
This video from Alicat Scientific shows why turndown ratio is necessary. Turndown ratio is a measure of the useable range of an instrument, expressed as the full-scale range divided by the minimum point of measure.
This demonstration shows how to perform Rockwell Hardness tests on components of a Mauser rifle and how these tests are used in the quality control and restoration of firearms.
A video clip from Corus showing what non-destructive testing (NDT) is and the methods commonly used in non-destructive testing of welded steel components to ensure there is no unacceptable defects which can affect the mechanical properties of metallic component.
This video from Horiba Scientific shows the Raman image and the corresponding reflected light image of Si test structure.
A video demonstrating a highly sensitive and accurate oxygen measurement sensor that can be used for the packaging and the scientific industry. This oxygen sensor utilizes sol gel tipped sensor technology and can be used on a variety of materials including fibres, flaps, containers and appropriate for various environment including alcohol, oil and gasoline.
This video shows the novel D8 ADVANCE X-ray diffractometer with DAVINCI design from Bruker. This design is the first all-purpose diffraction solution for X-ray powder diffraction. It is safe to operate and ease to use.
Coating Thickness Measurement, using the Oxford Intruments XRF Analyser X-Strata920.
Interview with Bill Becker, Industry Manager Aerospace, Zwick USA at the testXpo - 19th Forum for Materials Testing at Zwick in Ulm. This video discusses trends in aerospace testing.
This video shows how to do the irradiance measurement using Avantes AvaSoft 8. The spectrometer is connected to the sphere with the supply fiber optic skipper.
The EM TIC 3X Milling System surpasses conventional slope cutting instruments. It can mill at high rates, cut broad and deep into the sample, and create smooth surfaces resulting in high-quality cross-sections of almost any material, quickly and easily.
The new LensAFM from Nanosurf has been designed to integrate with optical microscopes and profilers, and add AFM capabilities to them. This demonstration shows how easy it is to switching between AFM and optical microscopy/profiler modes.
XOS manufacture polycapillary optics and doubly curved crystal optics. These are used in x-ray fluorescence, XRF (both wavelength dispersive and energy dispersive, WDXRF and EDXRF systems) as well as x-ray diffraction XRD systems, which are widely used in materials analysis. The addition of these optical systems allows the instrument to analyze smaller features with greater sensitivity
Demonstration of shear thinning and how a thixotropic materials properties alter when exposed to a shear force.
This video demonstrates the fast response time of EC91 oxygen analyzer from Systech Illinois.
Ross Smith from Bruker tells us about the all new AcuityXR measurement mode for optical and surface profilers. Introduced at 2010 MRS Fall Meeting, AcuityXR combines hardware and software to provide resolution beyond the diffraction limit. This allows the optical profiler to image features down to 130nm. Acuity XR is available on Bruker's range of Contour GT optical and surface profilers.
This video from Imina Technologies illustrates the positioning of an optical fiber with a miBot micromanipulator over an LED that is electrically contacted by two other miBots. .
This video gives a demonstration on weld analysis from Zwick. First, the welded sample is placed on the scanner and the scan button is pressed.
This video of secret lab footage from SciAps shows the Z-500 handheld LIBS analyzer rapidly and easily identifying a variety of common aluminum alloys.
This video explains the principles governing laser diffraction particle sizing. The presentation by Malvern Instruments illustrates how a laser diffraction measurement is performed and how particle size distributions are determined.
This video shows the interview of Fazer Anderson, Business Development Director from Oxford Instruments on Plasma Technology.
This video shows Peter Hatton, Managing Director of Hiden Analytical, explaining the functioning of Hiden QGA, a compact bench-top system developed for real-time gas and vapour analysis.
In this video Michal Godula, Ph.D., Food Safety & Environmental Marketing Manager from Thermo Scientific highlights the need for non-targeted screening in Food Safety.
This video shows the testing of con-rod and fasteners using Vibrophore from Zwick Roell.
This video shows how the QImaging Retiga 2000R color CCD camera with large field of view and high dynamic range runs inside the NIS Elements software.
This video shows the compression testing using TA1 food texture analyzer from Lloyd Instruments.
This video shows the ABB MB3600-CH10, a high performance laboratory FT-NIR analyzer designed for oil, fat and oleochemicals applications.
This novel competition pitted representatives from 4 countries against one another in The World Championship of Nanoparticle Counting in which each combatant raced to count 100 nanoparticles using a qNano from Izon.
This video from Bruker shows the molecular imaging center at the University of Torino which is one of the leaders in NMR, MRI, ultrasound, and particle imaging.
The Sensys Evo is a versatile thermal analyzer that can be used as a Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC) or for thermogravimetry (TG). It uses a highly sensitive sensor that ensures as much heat is detected as possible and is suited to applications where mass/heat changes need to be detected.
In this video Robert Jacox, Consumable Product Manager from Thermo Scientific talks about the extremely sharp and durable microtome blades for tissue processing.
The new Rigaku XtaLAB mini benchtop X-ray crystallography system for automated three dimensional (3D) chemical structure determination is the latest in affordable single crystal X-ray diffraction.
From the Archives: The TC-30 was C-Therm's (formerly Mathis Instruments) second generation of thermal conductivity instrumentation which was eventually replaced with the TCi's modified transient plane source technique.
This five-minute video demonstrates how Brookfield’s PFT Powder Flow Tester can benefit manufacturers who process powders daily and helps to reduce downtime and expense that can occur during the process.
This video is the first part of an in depth interview with Robert Strehle, Industry Manager Academia, Zwick at the testXpo - 19th Forum for Materials Testing at Zwick in Ulm. This video discusses testing of micro specimens.
This instructional video by Spectro Inc show how to replace a tube on the kinematic temperature bath viscometer.
This video shows how to confirm the accuracy of Brookfield Viscometer by performing a calibration check using standard spindles.
This video from QImaging demonstrates how to use the MicroPublisher with the HDR mode in CellSens software to acquire high quality color images.
The i-Raman system from B&W Tek has received a number of upgrades recently. Travis Thompson takes a few minutes to outline these upgrades and their benefits to the use.