Materials Testing and Characterisation Videos

Materials Testing and Characterisation Videos
This video shows the reviewing of multi-dimensional data sets through Metamorph software in QImaging camera.
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)
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.
This video compares the working of InfiniiVision 2000 and Danaher Tektronix DPO 2000 oscilloscopes from Agilent.
This video from FRT demonstrates how their metrology tools can measure the physical surface properties and topographies of a range of materials and components, and how they are relevant to many industries.
This video displays Mecmesin’s Combi Cork-I for testing bottle stoppers and corks in high value spirit bottles. The sealing characteristics of a stopper are determined by measuring the extraction force and torque simultaneously using the AFTI (advanced force or torque indicator).
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed on a metal using an Instron universal testing machine or an extensometry solution.
This video illustrates the impact test performed on the plastic films using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
This video shows the installation and testing of Photometrics camera in NIS elements software.
This video provides details on Asylum Research’s webinar, “Smaller and Quieter: Ultra-High Resolution AFM Imaging”, presented by Dr. Jason Cleveland on February 22, 2012. It shows how miniaturization of cantilevers for AFM has maximized their resonant frequencies and minimized their thermal noise for noise measurements.
The 8500 FE-SEM from Agilent Technologies is the first dedicated benchtop field emission SEM on the market. It features a unique lens fabricated using MEMS technology.
This video shows the SBS constant current load banks, which provides easy and affordable way to perform accurate IEEE450 (Vented Lead-Acid), IEEE1106 (Ni-Cad) and IEEE1188 (VRLA) load tests.
The new Particle Sizer ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer 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 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.
This video shows an SDT Q600 (simultaneous thermogravimetric analyzer and differential scanning calorimeter) from TA Instruments.
This video shows the tensile test on construction steel with videoXtens extensometer from Zwick Roell.
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 TSQ Product Manager, Mary Blackburn, discussing two new triple quad products, the Thermo Scientific TSQ Endura and the TSQ Quantiva triple-stage quadrupole mass spectrometers.
This video shows the award winning photograph of whole mouse brain in 3D reconstruction in Imaris category, which was taken by Jamie Kasuboski.
In this video Addmaster conveys the greetings for Christmas and New Year to all the customers and suppliers.
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.
This video from Elastocon shows fogging test. This procedure is used to determine the windscreen fogging especially in vehicles.
This video shows an Instron 9250 Dynatup impact test system equipped with an automatic specimen feeder for high through put testing.
This video shows the functioning of FRITSCH Cutting Mills. These Cutting Mills come with a standard funnel for inserting bulky samples at full length.
The Hiden CATLAB is a catalyst characterisation and microreactor system designed to make the analysis of catalysts rapid and simple.
This video from Agilent shows error vector magnitude measurement taken from the lab 3 of the DreamCatcher ME 1100 university courseware.
This video shows the Supreme 10HTFL single component epoxy adhesive/sealant from Master Bond. Supreme 10HTFL features outstanding peel and shear strength and a wide service temperature range of 4K to +350°F.
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.
This video shows the Winfluor software and how to set up with a Photometrics Evolve EMCCD camera.
This video shows Malvern’s NanoSampler delivery system, a compact, versatile and fully automated sample delivery system for the Zetasizer Nano, the most widely used system for nanoparticle and colloid characterization.
This video shows the use of Ambrell’s RF induction heating equipment in Coca-Cola Enterprises.
This video shows how to configure and use the ETher NDE Eddy Current SigmaCheck Conductivity Meter for metal sorting.
This video shows Dave Edwards, Product Manager at Thermo Scientific, explaining the operation of the latest Virtuoso Vial Identification System.
PCE Instruments is your one stop shop for measuring instruments, test equipment, controls, scales and balances for industrial applications.
This video illustrates how Bluehill 3 materials and components testing software from Instron can help you perform the test and achieve the expected results.
This video shows how Alicona, a leader in advanced manufacturing machine tool technology verifies the quality of machinery using InfiniteFocus.
Brian Litteer from PANalytical shows us the Anton Paar HPC900 high pressure chamber sample stage for their range of x-ray diffractometers (XRD), such as the X'Pert Powder and The Empyrean. The HPC900 can operate at pressures up to 100 atmospheres and temperatures as high as 900°C and is a valuable tool in being able to examine materials under various temperature and/or pressure conditions, rather then processing samples and post examining them.
This video illustrates the alignment of the Precision Wedge Grips from Instron.
This video shows the installation of EASYHEAT LI from Ambrell Induction. The EASYHEAT LI consist of a power box and work head.
This video shows how to confirm cone plate gap setting and calibration of R/S Rheometer from Brookfield Engineering.
This video from Anton Paar shows TrueSWAXS, a special feature of the SAXSpace nanostructure analyzer for small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) and wide angle X-ray scattering (WAXS) measurements at scattering angles up to 80° 2Ѳ.
A video by ADMET demonstrating tensile testing on ElastiTag using eXpert 7600.
This video shows B&W Tek expert, Tina McGuire, talking about the latest improvements on NanoRam handheld Raman spectrometer designed by B&W Tek.
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.
AZo.TV Interviews Dr. Jan Stefan Roell and Bill Becker from Zwick-Roell at the 21st Annual TextXpo 2012, in Ulm, Germany
This video shows a RetroLine modernization solution from Zwick Roell. An electromechanical testing machine is upgraded with the RetroLine solution.
This video shows how to confirm the accuracy of Brookfield Viscometer with a calibration check using the accessories of coaxial-cylinder geometry.
This tutorial video shows the crosstalk investigations in time domain by EMI and EMC from Agilent.
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 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 visualizes the demonstration of working Versette Pipetting workstation by Russell Herbert from Thermo Scientific. The Versette Pipetting Workstation is designed for bench-top liquid handling.
A brief overview of the AXIOS prodct range of XRF systems from PANalytical.
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 demonstrates a nozzle shear test to break-off an aluminium cap using Mecmesin’s MultiTest motorized test system. The test system is equipped with an AFG (advanced force gauge) and a chisel point accessory to break-off the cap, and a special fixturing to hold the sample firmly in place.
Andreas Thissen from SPECS talks to AZoTV at emc2012
In this video Dr. Michael Allen, director of Marketing and Product Development from Ocean Optics talks about the Ventana 785 spectrometer.
This video shows how to configure the ETher NDE Eddy Current (ECT) SigmaCheck Conductivity Meter according to individual users' preference.
This video shows the MB3600-CH20, a FT-NIR chemicals analyzer from ABB. This chemical analyzer is used for the analysis of polyols, ethoxylates, glycols, urethanes and general chemicals.
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. .
Demonstration of the ease of operation of the inXitu Terra portable x-ray diffraction (XRD) system.
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 shows the handheld TruNarc analyzer from Thermo Scientific. The TruNarc device is a Raman system for quick and accurate detection of suspected narcotics.
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.
We speak to Dr. Christian Wichern from Nanofocus about their µscan Explorer Optical surface profilometer. This instrument is used for surface metrology and features a motorized stage, high resolution and fast scanning ability.
Bruker's CETR-Apex system is a nanomechanical testing system that features easily interchangeable heads allowing it to be able to used as a nano or micro indentation system as well as micro and nano scratch. Denis Koosau from Bruker shows us how easy it is to change a test head in this short video.
This video shows how to set up and use WinFluor imaging software with Photometrics cameras.
This video shows a puncture impact test performed on a composite wood specimen using Instron impact testing system.
This video illustrates the wedge impact test performed using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
Zwick Roiell video on Tensile tests on metals with Makroxtens
Enrique Lozano from B&W Tek shows us their nanoRam, Raman spectrometer, a portable/handheld instrument that is simple to operate and provides results in seconds. It can be used to analyze powder, liquid and gel samples.
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.
This video shows the testing of con-rod and fasteners using Vibrophore from Zwick Roell.
This canin+ from Proceq is the worlds fastest instrument for analysing corrosion and corrosion potential in concrete structures. It can use used with a variety of probes and can be used for on-site mapping of corrosion potential to predict corrosion so that preventative measures can be taken. It can use 4 probes simultaneously to cover large areas in short time frames and can generate reports via the included software.
This video shows the eXpert 1911 servo hydraulic testing machine from ADMET.
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.
Infrared is a powerful non-invasive technique to monitor the condition of buildings. This video describes how the infrared monitoring system is used to detect defects in various buildings.
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
In this video Nick Santiago from Thermo Scientific talks about the Dionex UltiMate Corona CAD aerosol detector.
This video shows Anton Paar’s eLearning courses on rheology – the science of material’s flow behavior and deformation.
This video shows the most advanced user experience in viscosity measurement by combining the ease of touch screen technology with the world-standard features, series of viscometers and rheometers from Brookfield.
This video shows that Rigaku was one of the sponsors of opening ceremony of the Year of Crystallography 2014.
Ben Garland from Zeta Instruments demonstrates their Zeta-20 Optical Profilometer which can measure surface and textural properties of materials such as solar cells, microfluidics, biologicals etc. It does this by taking image slices and creating a composite 3-D image featuring real color. Their software package allows easy analysis of surface features and the ability to produce statistical analyses.
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 from Asylum Research shows the closed loop AC Mode image in air of atomic steps on HF-etched Mica obtained with the Cypher high resolution AFM.
In this video expert from Bruker talks about the TWIN/TWIN setup used in D8 ADVANCE diffractometer.
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 features an interview with Dafydd Milton, Product Manager – LC & LC/MS Columns at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
This video shows the Archimedes Particle Metrology System from Malvern Instruments.
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed on medical tubing using an Instron model XL (long travel) extensometer.
This video shows the Delta Handheld XRF Analyzer from Olympus, which is used for soil testing.
This video briefly outlines the range of Proceq portable metal hardness testers and their various applications in the automotive industry including the testing of castings, forgings and stampings.
This video shows you how to use the Agilent U2723A SMU to draw the I-V curve for BJT
A short video demonstrating Mecmesin's automated tennis ball testing.
This training video from Ambrell shows how to change capacitors and taps so that one can use EASYHEAT LI in an optimal manner.
The 240-7B Alfa Laboratory Sample Cutter from Thwing-Albert is a pneumatic air operated cutting machine used for sample preparation. It is used for cutting materials such as paper, cardboard, plastic, film, rubber, textiles, nonwovens, metal foils etc. This short video provides a demonstration of how easy the instrument is to operate.
This video shows Bag-In-Box packages, which is essential for adequate analysis of dissolved oxygen and dissolved carbon dioxide with Anton Paar's CO2 and O2 meters.
Rick Olds from Ambios Technology shows us through the Q-View. The Q-View which combines scanning probe microscopy (SPM) and interferometer which are interchangeable for taking surface roughness and topography measurements on small and larger areas.
This video from Horiba gives a presentation on effortless evaluation of emulsion behavior, which is usually ascertained by the size of the droplet.
This video shows Mecmesin M500E tester which provides an affordable solution for tensile and compression testing up to 500N.
This video shows the Versa 3D DualBeam SEM/FIB (scanning electron microscope/focused ion beam) from FEI. The DualBeam provides more capabilities for advanced material research and development.
This video shows the flash diffusivity product line from TA Instruments. The flash method is used to measure thermal diffusivity of a wide range of materials.
This video shows Priya Rangaraj, Western blotting expert, discussing about the entire Western blotting workflow solutions from Thermo Scientific, starting from pre-cast protein gels to the myECL imaging system.
The FlexAFM from Nanosurf is a full featured atomic force microscope designed for research applications. It features a modular design, flexure stage which minimizes background movement, decoupled z-piezo and a unique interchangeable nose cone permitting use in air or liquid media, making it suitable for biological samples.
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 shows Anton Paar’s SurPASS electrokinetic analyzer, which is exclusively designed to study the zeta potential of macroscopic solids based on a streaming current and streaming potential measurement.
This video demonstrates tensile testing of fabrics using Mecmesin MultiTest-d and MultiTest-xt force testing stands at Millais school. The MultiTest 1-d is a rugged, motorised test frame, which enables simple testing of elementary tension and compression up to 1kN.
This video shows the criteria to be followed to choose the FLIR camera.
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.
This video shows the ABB MB3600-CH10, a high performance laboratory FT-NIR analyzer designed for oil, fat and oleochemicals applications.
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.
This video shows the EDX-7000/8000 energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer from Shimadzu.
The concept of viscosity is defined. Both Newtonian fluids and non-Newtonian fluids are considered as is the effect of temperature.
This short video shows just how easy the TANGO FT-NIR spectrometer from Bruker Optics is to use.
This video shows how to measure the area under the curve on an oscilloscope from Agilent Technologies.
This video shows how FEI solutions for natural resources are transforming the way companies explore, extract, and process geomaterials in the mining and energy sectors.
This video by Micromeritics discusses dynamic vapor sorption. Dynamic vapor sorption, commonly known as DVS, is based on the gravimetric determination of vapor interactions. By varying the vapor concentration surrounding a sample and measuring the change in mass it produces, the speed and quantity of solvent absorbed by a sample can be measured.
In this video the customers at ISRI share how their businesses have benefited from having lab-quality analysis in the field with the help of Thermo Scientific Portable XRF Analyzers.
The NHT2 Nanoindentation tester from CSM Instruments combines a nanoindenter and AFM in one compact, affordable, easy to use desktop unit. This version has been re-designed and now features liquid compatibility, a wider load range and multi sample capability. The use of two video cameras, proving a side view and a top view of the sample eliminate the need for an optical microscope.
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 the Viscosizer 200 is an innovation in automated viscosity measurement and molecular sizing using very small sample volumes from Malvern.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek gives introduction to nuclear magnetic resonance.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek talks about the free induction decay (FID).
This video demonstrates the Vortex-xt torque testing system from Mecmesin. This system can measure the torque very easily and is ideally suited to making routine quality control measurements.
ADMET Long Travel Extensometer mounted on a eXpert 2600 series dual column testing machine.
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.
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 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 Zwick Roell’s Amsler Vibrophone for fatigue strength determination in terms of fatigue limit and fatigue life. Fatigue tests are performed according to DIN 50100 (Wöhler curve) under tensile, compression, pulsating and fatigue loads.
This video demonstrates a tensile strength test performed on a plastic using a universal testing machine from ADMET.
A video by ADMET showcasing popular testing standard for those needing to determine the breaking strength and elongation of woven, nonwoven, and felted fabrics and textiles.
This video compares the working of the Agilent InfiniiVision 3000 X-Series oscilloscopes with Tektronix MSO/DPO 3000 series.
Zwick demonstrate texture analysis using a range of different foods. Various test heads are demonstrated in this short video.
The Cranfield Cricket Rolling Simulator was designed and built at Cranfield University to study the effect of roller design and soil and turf conditions on rolling effectiveness. Video processing software was developed to track soil movement under different rollers.
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.
In this video, Eric Phillips from Thermo Scientific highlights the new TRACE 1300 gas chromatograph (GC) series coupled with the Chromeleon chromatography data system software and ISQ single quadrupole mass spectrometer.
In this video Jeff Kenvin, Group Leader of Micromeritics Scientific Services Staff, explains two different free space methods in adsorption process.
This video demonstrates the impact test performed on the plastics using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
Demonstration of shear thinning and how a thixotropic materials properties alter when exposed to a shear force.
This video shows the MB3600-CH10, a FT-NIR analyzer for oleochemicals applications from ABB.
This video shows the basic calibration of the ETher NDE Eddy Current (ECT) SigmaCheck Conductivity Meter.
This video illustrates the basic operation and installation of Accusys 211 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer with the CyberLink PowerDirector 9 by Buck Scientific.
The Bruker ContourGT-X8 is their top of the line optical profiler. It uses technology that has been developed and refined to create 3-dimensional maps of sample surfaces.
This video shows the SisuCHEMA chemical imaging workstation from Specim. SisuCHEMA chemical imaging system is characterized by speed, simplicity and superior performance.
This video shows the new, advanced DMA 242 E Artemis dynamic mechanical analyzer from Netzsch.
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.
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 Minstrel HT UV protein crystal drop imager using UV and visible light from Rigaku. It is a fully automated high throughput UV and visible crystal imaging and protein crystal monitoring system.
This video shows the remote control with display from Zwick Roell. It can be operated with one hand and is used as an operating panel.
This video shows Thermo Scientific participating at Analytica 2014 in Munich.
PANalytical's David Coler shows us the latest developments with their AXIOS range of X-Ray Fluorescence XRF spectrometers.
This video shows a friction/peel tester, the FP-2255 from Thwing Albert. This tester is mainly specified for COF (co-efficient of friction), 180° peel, 90° peel, and T-Peel tests using the 90° and 180° peel fixtures.
To determine the breaking strength, elongation, etc. of threads, yarns, or other single strand textiles, ASTM D2256 is by far the most common specification that is followed. This is a relatively simple tensile test whereby thread is pulled at a constant rate of speed until it breaks. This video by ADMET shows how the test is performed.
This video illustrates the real time absorbency of red diesel oil mixed with water from Bowman.
This video illustrates a fatigue test performed on spinal implant constructs using ElectroPuls series of linear motor test instruments from Instron.
Listen to Dr. Pradeep Rai speak on why Vertec Polymers chose the TCi Thermal Conductivity Analyzer from C-Therm for their thermal conductivity testing and characterization.
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.
Thwing-Albert, a leading manufacturer of materials testing equipment have launched a new web site. This short video takes you for a guided tour of the site and shows you just how easy it is to find the instruments that are relevent to you and to contact Thwing-Albert for more information or to request a quote.
This video shows Robert Chimenti , Marketing Manager at B&W Tek, discussing the benefits of the i-Raman Plus at MRS Fall 2012.
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.
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.
This video demonstrates the overview of MultiTest-xt force testing system from Mecmesin. The MultiTest-xt is designed for conducting tensile and compression tests within the manufacturing environment.
This video demonstrates the scratch testing capability of the IBIS Nanoindentation System from Fischer-Cripps Laboratories. IBIS is a precision nanoindentation tester offering traceable calibration, robust design, closed loop operation, solid theoretical base, and unmatched accuracy, reliability and price. The instrument is compatible with ISO14577. A range of models is available to suit budget constraints.
In this video Dr. Paul Gaines from Inorganic Ventures talks about the mercury in nitric acid.
This video shows the working principle and installation of Buck Scientific’s 910 gas chromatograph (GC) with flame ionization detector (FID) and heated injector.
This video shows an overview of Bruker’s entertainment, hospitality, education and networking at ENC 2014.
This video shows Jong Yoo, V.P. of Technology and Marketing at Applied Spectra, discussing the technology of laser ablation and why it is a green technology.
This video shows a presentation on SBF-SEM - Serial Block Face 3D imaging in the FE-SEM with 3View technology by Carl Zeiss Microscopy and Gatan.
A video showing the structure and function of the electron microscope (EM). It details all the different compartments of the electron microscope and the theory and principle of the electron microscope generate its images of various samples. A very detail and precise demonstration.
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed on a composite laminate specimen using strain gauges from Instron.
We are introduced to Park Systems new XE-100 series general purpose AFMs. Dr. Sang-il Park explains how the use of a x-y scanner and decoupled z scanner produces very flat scans and how their system can operate in a true non-contact mode to produce accurate, high resolution images, with excellent reproducibility. As well as topographical information, the XE-100 series AFMs can also measure electrical, magnetic, mechanical and optical properties of materials.
A video by ADMET demonstrating a test that measures the strength of a side release buckle in a lashing or webbing strap commonly used when camping or lashing gear during other outdoor activities. The webbing far exceeds the strength of the buckle.
This video shows the hard sealing application that utilizes the critical RF bond technology from Ambrell.
This video shows Gary Gartman from Yokogawa Corporation of America demonstrating the Yokogawa WT1800 precision and high performance digital power analyzer.
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 shows the new Discovery TGA (thermogravimetric analyzer) from TA Instruments. The Discovery TGA consists of an autosampler, thermobalance, GDM (gas-delivery module) and innovative IR-heated furnace.
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.
In this video, Ali Somarin, Chief Geologist from Thermo Scientific, explains about the Niton XL3t GOLDD+ portable XRF analyzer.
This video shows Thwing Albert’s friction peel tester FP2250 along with a heated 90° peel fixture. The tester is mainly designed for monitoring the static and kinetic coefficient of friction, strength of a seal, and the peel properties of plastic film, labels, paperboard, adhesives and packaging materials.
The X-Strata980 x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer from Oxford Instruments is used for quality control of manufactured parts by measuring coating thickness of single and multiple layers as well as their composition with no sample preparation required. It typically find applications in fields such as electronics, metal finishing, compliance testing, metal alloys and alternative energy
This video shows the compact HomeLab from Rigaku. It is specially designed for the researchers who want low maintenance and high performance diffractometer or X-ray system with extraordinary experimental flexibility.
This video shows the technology that lays behind the nano isothermal calorimetersfrom TA Instruments. It is designed to perform high-sensitivity analyses on nanomolar quantities of bio-molecule.
This video shows the applications of SmartLab from Rigaku. The SmartLab is the most novel high-resolution diffractometer available today.
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.
This video shows Helixa precision torque measurement system from Mecmesin.
This video shows a live telecast of Pittcon 2009 at which Thermo Scientific exhibited its next-generation Handheld XRF.
This video shows Thermo Fisher Scientific partners with Life Technologies to release IonTorrent systems and the future of DNA sequencing.
This video shows the new DMA-RH Accessory from TA Instruments. The new DMA-RH Accessory is designed for use with the Q800 dynamic mechanical analyzer (DMA).
In this video Ben Potenza, Vice President of Marketing talks about the company EquipNet.
This video shows the crunchiness and smoothness tests using TA1 food texture analyzer from Lloyd Instruments.
This short video demonstrates how the clamping feature on the Tru-Blue II hardness tester from United Testing can be used in place of the anvil to make hardness measurements on large test pieces. In this short time a the operator is able to make a measurement demonstrating how easy and quick the Tru-Blue II hardness tester is to use.
This video shows the working of Elastocon TR tester. This tester is used to determine the low temperature characteristics by the temperature retraction procedure.
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.
Dave Dolak from Malvern Instrument showcases their new Malvern Zetasizer µV and Zetasizer APS, which are making the debut at Pittcon 2009. These instruments are dedicated batch dynamic light scattering instruments which feature the ultimate in sensitivity and use the lowerst sample volumes, as low as 2 microlitres.
This video shows the working of MultiTest testing system from Mecmesin. It is the complete test solutions for exceptional accuracy and evaluation capability.
This video shows the DMA 35 portable density meter designed by Anton Paar. The instrument is use-friendly and can be used to calculate the concentration and density of samples.
Leica's Todd Perez shows us their TXP mechanical preparation system and the TIC 3X triple ion beam cutting system.
This video shows the seatbelt tensile test performed using Instron 5569 system equipped with Bluehill 2 software and an advanced video extensometer on a seat belt.
This video illustrates a flexural test performed on a fiber-reinforced concrete beams using a universal testing machine from ADMET.
Zwick robotic testing system 'roboTest R' with high speed testing machine HTM 2012 for puncture tests on disc-shaped plastic specimen according to standards like (ISO 6603-2, ASTM 3763)
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.
A demonstration of the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) process on a pipe.
Stanislav Leesment from NT-MDT shows us their new SOLVER Nano AFM (atomic force microscope) that was launched t his years MRS Fall Meeting on Boston. Despite its diminutive size it includes all the functions of much larger AFMs.
This video shows testing of sintered metal specimens featuring a short clamped length from Zwick. The clamping length available for insertion in the sample is quite short.
This video takes you through Zwick Roell’s 20th forum for Materials Testing, the testXpo 2011, which was held from 10 to 13 October at Zwick, Germany.
This video shows the NEWAGE automated Brinell hardness tester from AMETEK.
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.
This video shows the start measurements by LUMOS from Bruker Optics. The LUMOS is a FT-IR microscope with an integrated FT-IR spectrometer.
Bill Flecky from Phenom-World shows us their new flagship, desktop scanning electron microscope (SEM) the proX, which includes elemental analysis using an in-built EDS system.
This video shows the interview of Dan Ayres, Managing Director from Oxford Instruments at Pittcon 2013.
Deformation testing of a tennis ball using the eXpert 7601 testing machine from Admet. The Admet MTESTQuattro testing software is also demonstrated.
This video from Ambrell shows the heating of gear to a temperature for shrink fitting application.
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.
Dave Depasquale from Waters introduces us to their UPSFC system that utilizes supercritical fluid chromatography technology which builds on their well established UPLC technology. In doing so he shows us the various components to the system and their functions and outlines the advantages of the SFC technology over more conventional liquid chromatography technology.
Maarten van Andel from PANalytical shows us the SST-mAX50, the world's most advanced x-ray tubes which are used in instruments like the AXIOS XRF. They incorporate 2 key features, the no drift zeta technology and the chi-blue corrosion protection coating.
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.
Zwick Roell Video: Tensile tests on plastics to ISO 527 with makroXtens extensometer
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 from Horiba Scientific shows the Raman imaging of silicon and polysilicon implanted in structures.
This video shows how to autozero a viscometer and perform an oscillation check. Autozero procedure and oscillation check are summarized in the operator manuals of Brookfield Engineering.
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.
John Guerin from Micromeritics shows us the AccuPyc II 1340 pycnometer, used for measuring the density of materials. John explains how the instrument works with the use of a schematic diagram.
This video from Ambrell shows how to setup EKOHEAT 10-15 kW/50-150 kHz induction heating system.
This video demonstrates the pipette tip bend test from ADMETTestSystems. The company offers universal testing systems for biaxial testing, compression, torsion, tension and flexure.
Buck Scientific's Scott Bergeron points out the key features of the 210 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer such as: the 3 lamp turret; deuterium background correction; and swappable air/acetylene and nitrous/acetylene flames.
This video shows the DFT pore size calculation using Micromeritics’ MicroActive reporting software.
This video shows Iain Mylchreest, VP Research and Development for Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry, discussing the new mid-range quantitative systems from Thermo Scientific called TSQ Endura and TSQ Quantiva.
In this video Robert McGreger, Global Marketing Manager, Brookfield Engineering Laboratories talks about the affordable instruments for quality control tests.
This short video from Semicro describes their PATTI (Pneumatic Adhesion Tensile Testing Instruments) range. These instruments are the most accurate adhesion testers on the market.
The video shows the Morphologi G3 automated particle characterization system from Malvern Instruments. The system integrates high-quality images with statistically significant particle size and particle shape measurements.
This video shows the Dynatup 9250 impact tester from Instron. The Dynatup 9250 is designed to measure energy absorption and related impact properties of metals, composites, polymers and resulting final components.
This video shows the demonstration of Cytomat 10 given by Hema Downey. Thermo Scientific Cytomat 10 is a fully automated incubator and storage module for high-capacity cell growth and assay incubation.
This video introduces the IBIS Nanoindentation System from Fischer-Cripps Laboratories by demonstrating a typical test on a silicon wafer. The video shows actual use of the software and the instrument.
This video shows the Water Vapour Permeation Analyzer from Systech Illinois.
This video provides a live demonstration of how to perform a hardness test using a Tru-Blue II hardness tester from United Testing. It also includes a brief demonstration of how the system can be used to perform tests on multiple parts and produce statistical data.
This video shows how the temperature is controlled using Anton Paar’s MCP Polarimeter.
A real time demonstration of bend testing reinforced concrete.
This video shows the fundamental operation of the ETher NDE Eddy Current (ECT) SigmaCheck Conductivity Meter.
This video shows procedure for changing HotSpot Thermocouple from Zircar Zirconia.
This video shows the working of Evolve 512 delta EMCCD camera with NIS software from Photometrics.
This video shows how Thermo Scientific connects all the fields together and thus makes the customers to live a healthier, cleaner and safer life.
In this demonstration the Thermo Niton XL3 handheld XRF (x-ray fluorescence) analyzer quickly and accurately determines the composition of a number of materials. Samples analyzed include: a turbine blade made from an aerospace alloy; a stainless steel watch band and; a titanium watch casing.
This video demonstrates the Clemex PSFilter, a turnkey solution for analyzing residues and particulates from various environments and processes. It includes in-built testing standards and is suitable for various processing and environmental applications.
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.
This video shows how to confirm the accuracy of Brookfield Viscometer by performing a calibration check using standard spindles.
This video illustrates the tensile strength testing of a consumer-grade rope carried out using the Admet's eXpert 7603 universal testing machine.
The Newage MT91 Automatic Microhardness Traverse Testing System offers unrivalled testing speed -- as fast as six seconds per test cycle—and precise Rockwell type testing method that requires no manual interpretation of the impression.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magnitek gives an introduction on Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
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.
This video from Mecmesin shows the tensile testing of cardboard box packaging and beverage basket carriers to optimize production life efficiency and to maintain packaging quality standards.
Learn about Zwick and their comprehensive range of materials testing equipment that cater for all types of materials. Their range caters for all testing environments from research, to production, through to quality assurance. They are even able to purpose build test equipment for specific applications if required.
This video shows the t-plot calculation by Micromeritics’ MicroActive reporting software.
This video shows HyPix-3000 2D hybrid pixel array detector from Rigaku. This next-generation semiconductor detector is designed to carry out diffraction studies.
This video demonstrates how to set up the QImaging camera in Linksys32 software from Linkam.
This video shows internal bond testing of multi-layered materials such as coated paper, duplex paper, etc.
The accurate analysis of fibers is important to industries such as the filtration industry. In the past, fibre analysis and measurement was carried out using light microscopes. However, as fibres have become smaller and with higher degrees of accuracy required, these instruments lacked the required resolution to carry the required analysis. A scanning electron microscope would have been the natural progression, but now, the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope provides a cost effective and rapid alternative to those looking to analyze fibers.
This video shows Mecmesin’s CFG+, a pocket-sized, lightweight entry level force gauge designed for elementary tension and compression measurements.
This video from Photometrics teaches how to install the Thesycon stack.
In this video, an employee from Malvern Instruments tells us about the Viscotek TDAmax system, which is suitable for characterization of polymers, proteins, copolymers, etc.
This video demonstrates the in-situ reaction monitoring by MB3000 FT-IR laboratory analyzer from ABB.
Alexsander Koprivc Introduces the Zwick-Roell Multi-Channel Spring-Testing System at the 21st Annual TextXpo
Quantachrome demonstrates the Sieving Riffler, which is designed for producing representative samples from significant quantities of materials.
This video shows ABB MB3600-HP10, a high-performance FT-NIR laboratory analyzer designed and configured for standard hydrocarbon analysis.
This video demonstrates a geotextile puncture fixture available from Thwing-Albert. The fixture meets the standard test method, ASTM D6241. Using a 50nm probe, the static puncture strength of geotextiles and geotextile-related products can be monitored.
This video features an interview with Jason Cole, GC/MS Product Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Dr. Steven Oldenburg of nanoComposix speaks to why he selected the C-Therm TCi for his thermal conductivity testing needs at zero gravity on-board a NASA aircraft.
This video shows the SMS-2500 Robotics-based Automation for OES from Thermo Scientific.
This video demonstrates how Buck Scientific installs Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Grams/AI spectroscopy software for use in Infrared and UV/Visible spectrophotometers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this video Dr. Brain Alexander and Dr. Paul Gaines from Inorganic Ventures talks about the issues in nitric acid, hydrofluoric acid and osmium.
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.
This video shows the technical innovations in Pittcon.
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 shows the new Zetasizer NanoSampler from Malvern instruments. It is a compact, versatile and fully automated sample delivery system that allows precise and reproducible loading of samples into the Zetasizer Nano system
This video shows Xenocs' Nano-inXider, a new generation of SAXS/WAXS system. This system, which can be integrated in any laboratory environment, can help identify the shape, distribution, surface-to volume ratio and size of nanostructures.
Bob Fidler from Netzsch Instruments tells about the LFA 457 laser flash instrument used for measuring thermal diffusivity. With knowledge of thermal diffusivilty, thermal conductivity can be calculated.
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.
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.
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 shows the functioning of Taber Industries’ TABER Rotary Platform Abraser Model 5135 / 5155. This easy-to-operate, precision-built instrument has capacity to provide reliable data in a matter of minutes.
This video illustrates a compression test performed on the pushbuttons of a remote control using a compression testing system from Instron.
Tensile testing of nylon using an Instron 5569 system equipped with Bluehill 2 software and an advanced video extensometer.
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.
One of the most common specifications that our customers follow is ASTM D882 which is the Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Thin Plastic Sheeting. This test is very similar to the common ASTM D638 test whereby plastic material is pulled until in breaks in order to measure elongation, tensile modulus, tensile yield strength, and tensile strength at break. However, it is designed specifically for thin sheeting and film less than 1 mm (0.04") thick.
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 shows the Titan S/TEM (scanning/transmission electron microscope) from FEI. Titan is the first and only S/TEM designed to deliver ground-breaking results.
This video shows the Thermo Scientific Particulate Matter Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (PM CEMS) that uses dual sensing technology to achieve a true mass concentration in the particulates.
This video shows the flammability test conducted on SILEXA Media from Bowman.
This video educational video series from B&W Tek shows introduction to Spectroscopy. Comparison of the portable and handheld unit of the Raman Spectroscopy is also demonstrated.
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.
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 new ARES-G2 rheometer for advanced research and material development from TA Instruments.
This video shows Iain Mylchreest, VP Research and Development for Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry at Thermo Scientific, discussing the latest innovations in triple quad technology, particularly in the TSQ Quantiva and the TSQ Endura.
A video by ADMET demonstrating how to perform an adhesive T-Peel strength test according to ASTM D1876
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.
Texture analysis with Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line, testing of apples
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 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 the working of 48 single-side fine grinding machine from Lapmaster. It is a heavy-duty production machine expressly specified and engineered for fine-grinding.
In this video Jeff Sherman, Director of Sales- NMR Technologies introduces Thermo Scientific picoSpin 45.
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.
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.
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.
This video demonstrates a compression test performed on a plastic pipe using ADMET’s eXpert 2600 series universal testing machine. The plastic pipe is tested according to ASTM D2412 standard.
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 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.
This video shows the Axio Scan.Z1 Digital Slide Scanner from Carl Zeiss Microscopy.
In this video Ambrellinduction is heating the tube to the fitting for soldering application.
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)
The tear strength of thermoset rubbers, thermoplastic elastomers, and silicones can be measured according to specification ASTM D624. The test measures the strength required to initiate a tear in a material. D624 describes multiple different types of sample shapes that can be tested in a standard universal testing machine (tensile testing machine).
This video demonstrates the hazardous material handling and safety related procedures when using SBS 2003 digital battery hydrometer.
Video demonstration by C-Therm showcasing TCi Thermal Conductivity Analyzer.
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 SBS-8400, which is an improved version of Megger’s TORKEL 840 battery load tester.
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 ADMET shows the basics of conducting ASTM D695 rigid plastic compression testing.
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 features an interview with Jeff Zonderman, DIR. Clinical and Toxicology LC/MS at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
This video shows how Buck Scientific installs Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Grams/AI spectroscopy software for use in M500 Infra-red Spectrophotometer.
This video shows Zetasizer Nano from Malvern, which provides both exceptionally high performance and entry level systems that incorporate combinations of a particle size analyzer, zeta potential analyzer, molecular weight analyzer, protein mobility and microrheology measurements.
This video shows Mecmesin’s Vortex-XT, a simple-to-use, torque testing system that is specifically designed to improve production line and reduce waste and associated costs.
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.
This video shows the Proton-Transfer-Reaction Mass Spectrometer (PTR-MS) and its usage in RJ Lee Group's unique mobile laboratory.
This video shows the Auto-CrushIR from PIKE Technologies. The PIKE Auto-CrushIR microprocessor controlled automated hydraulic press, introduces an element of consistency into hydraulic press applications such as pellet and thin film making.
This video shows the tensile test being done on tissue paper using Zwick Roell’s testing technology.
This detailed video takes us for a tour of the Spectro-Visc kinematic temperature bath viscometer by Spectro Inc. The Spectro-Visc is used to characterize lubricant viscosity between 20-100°C. This stand alone instrument has been designed with ease of use, rapid measurements and low maintenance in mind.
This video shows the Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF) with the S2 PICOFOX used for pharmaceutical applications from Bruker.
This video is about Thermo Scientific Niton XRF (x-ray fluorescence) analyzer testimonial by VFM (Vegas Fastener Manufacturing).
Animated high resolution 3D image of an advanced fibre material created using FRT Mark III Software and a confocal microscope.
This video shows Professor Elaine Holmes, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery & Cancer - Imperial College London and Dr Manfred Spraul, Director of NMR Applications - Bruker BioSpin, discussing the application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) in diagnostic research and future innovations that the research could bring to medicine.
In this video Dr. Brain Alexander and Dr. Paul Gaines from Inorganic Ventures talks about the nitric acid.
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.
In this video Jeremy Warren, CEO from NanoSight talks about the nanoparticle tracking analysis system named NS300 from NanoSight. The NS300 can visualize and measure particles in suspension in the size range 10-2000nm (depending on material).
This video from Thermo Scientific shows how choosing an appropriate autosampler vial is important for successful analysis of pyrethroid pesticides at low levels.
Part 2 of a 3 part webinar by Micromeritics on physical adsorption. Physical adsorption is a technique used to characterize the surface and pore features of solids, that is, the materials texture. The adsorption isotherm generated by the Physical Adsorption technique enables one to characterize a solids' texture by determining its surface area, porosity, and total pore volume.
This video shows the application of N2820A series high-sensitivity current probes from Agilent. High-sensitivity current measurements with a wide dynamic range can be measured using this probe.
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.
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 by ADMET shows a concrete compression test performed according to ASTM C469 - Standard Test Method for Static Modulus of Elasticity and Poisson's Ratio of Concrete in Compression.
This video shows OBEF series of Open Emission Spectrometer from PANalytical.
The quest to answer the ultimate question "How Does the Univers Work?" This video describes how the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) works and what they are trying to achieve with the Large Hadron Collider(LHC). A quick tour looking at the various facilities inside the LHC.
This video shows how Malvern Morphologi G3-ID instrument uses libraries from known candidate materials for chemical differentiation between particles.
This video shows Ian Jardine, Chief Technology Officer at Thermo Scientific, talking about the latest Orbitrap Fusion that integrates Orbitrap, quadrupole and linear ion trap technologies into a versatile research mass spectrometry system.
The Bruker AXS Tracer Turbo SD, incorporating the silicon drift detector is demonstrated. It can analyze both ferrous alloys and light alloys, with this demomstration including a stainless steel and aluminium aloy. The instrument is suited to metals analysis, such as scrap metal sorting.
Standardless XRF analysis using the Omnian/MiniPal4 portable x-ray fluorescence analyzer from PANalytical.
This video shows the fast and compact Spinsolve NMR spectrometer from Magritek. This spectrometer is easy to operate, has incredible sensitivity and also user interface software.
PANalytical's Ian Campbell demostrates how easy the Omnian analytical software is to use with their AXIOS and MiniPal XRF systems.
In this video, Maximus Bond talks about Master Bond products such as adhesives, sealants and coating and their applications in aerospace, optical, electronic and medical industries.
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.
Testing a composite bicycle wheel in a real life scenario. Watch and see if the wheel survives unscathed after a heavy impact with a sharp concrete block.
This video shows the MCR 702 TwinDrive rheometer from Anton Paar. In this rheometer rheological tests can be performed with two torque transducers and drive units.
This interesting video presented by its founders shows how the Oxford Instruments company evolved and where it had come from. Coming from small beginnings and growing rapidly through the 70s and 80s, and restructuring due to economic factors and acquisition. More recently they have looked to increase in size using opportunities in nanotechnology, energy, health, security and environmental protection markets using their skills of working at the atomic level.
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.
Bob Burton gives us a demonstration of how easy to use the Spectro Midex Micro X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer is to use.
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 shows the two-point Flexure Test from Zwick Roell being carried out on a plastic film.
This video shows the precious metal analyzer Niton DXL from Thermo Scientific.
In this video Supriyo Gosh, Product and Application Manager form Bruker describes the application of Minispec MQ10.
This video detail the proper setup for taking Raman measurements using the Ocean Optics Q65000 Spectrometer. Once setup is complete it takes you through the steps of performing a basic Raman measurement using a Ramen spectrometer.
This educational video series from B&W Tek illustrates the working of absorption spectroscopy.
In this video Fergus Keenan, Field Marketing Manger from Thermo Scientific introduces iCAP 7000 Series ICP- optical emission spectrometer.
This video shows Harald Todt, Product Manager at Bruker BioSpin, talking about the company’s versatile MiniSpec time-domain NMR analyzer.
This video shows how to download event and temperature readings from the Thermo Scientific -800C freezer to a USB drive.
This video shows eXpert 8602 axial-torsion testing machine equipped with MTESTQuattro software from ADMET.
Jorge Riveras from Spectro Inc shows us their Spectroil Q100 system for oil condition monitoring. It is used for testing of oil to determine the amount of wear that is taking place with valuable machinery and measures contaminants and additives. It uses the atomic emission spectroscopy operating principle.
In this video FLIR Systems launches a high technological feature: Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX). This new feature produces an extremely detail rich image.
The Clemex CMT is an automated microhardness testing machine that can operate in Vickers or Knoop testing modes. Operation can be fully automatic thanks to PC control and image analysis software.
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.
This video shows Fabien Ferrage, associate scientist at École normale supérieure, discussing his research into protein dynamics using the new shuttle NMR from Bruker.
This video shows the advanced TRIDIONTM-9 GC-TMS system designed by Torion for on-site VOC and SVOC analysis.
This video illustrates an adhesive peel strength test performed on an Instron universal testing machine equipped with 90° peel fixture.
The MicroActive reporting software - BET 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.
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 how to control the Photometrics scientific cameras with Metamorph Software.
This video shows how to set up a viscosity test on the new touch screen DV2T viscometer from Brookfield.
This video shows the Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF) with the S2 PICOFOX used for clinical applications from Bruker.
This video shows in-house fixture and tool-making capabilities for American Friction Welding’s (AFW) friction welding equipment. AFW has a fully -equipped tool-making and in-house fixture room with experienced welding tool and die-makers.
his video shows Zetasizer APS Dynamic Light Scattering automated plate sampler from Malvern that automates the measurement of samples in industry standard 96- or 384-well plates.
This video from Photometrics shows the installation of PCI or PCI express FireWire card in PC.
The MiniRam III from B&W Tek is a compact, portable Raman spectrometer with in-built power supply, computing power and touch screen interface. Robert Chimenti points out the main features and runs a demonstration, which shows how fast the instrument is to use.
A visual demonstration on the production of PET bottle through the process of blow molding.
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%.
Flexural test of a plastic test bar using an ADMET eXpert 7601 equipped with MTESTQuattro PC based testing software
This video shows the short clamping-length specimen grips from Zwick Roell. The short clamping-length grips are used for testing sintered metal specimens.
Sean Gasparovic shows us the Keyence VHX-1000 fully integrated digital microscope system. It includes an optical system designed specifically to work with a CCD, with magnification from 0.1X to 5000X
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 the business unit Analytical Instrumentation of Analytik Jena.
This video from Photometrics shows the installation and configuration of Metamorph software in Princeton Instruments Pro-EM.
This video shows Swirl Test using SILEXA filtration media from Bowman.
This video shows easy location and identification of a Brookfield Viscometer model (LV or RV), serial number and voltage (115V or 230V).
This video shows the SALD-2300 laser diffraction particle size analyzer from Shimadzu.
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 the new, improved MET ONE 3400 particle counter that can be easily incorporated within a central data management system. This product removes the need for routine paper work.
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.
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.
This video shows the operation of the QImaging Rolera Bolt scientific CMOS camera.
This video shows some examples of Brookfield CT3 Texture Analyzer applications for specific food samples. The flexible CT3 Texture Analyzer can accommodate a variety of samples and testing needs with the help of fixtures and probes.
This video shows the award winning photograph of oscillating microtubule bundles in physical science category, which was taken by Stephen DeCamp.
This video shows SAXSpace nanostructure analyzer from Anton Paar.
This video from Carl Zeiss shows how the 2-day old zebrafish was imaged from four angles and then reconstructed utilizing Multiview registration and fusion software.
This video clip introduces the Fischer Instrumentation familty of handheld coating thickness measurement instruments. These instruments use techniques such as magnetic induction and eddy currents to determine coating thickness. The range of instruments includes the deltascope, isoscope and dualscope instruments.
This video shows the footage captured on SantaPod Raceway Northampton UK by FLIR high speed thermal imager.
A video by ADMET demonstrating flexural strength testing systems.
This video shows Nick Santiago, Product Manager at Thermo Scientific, discussing the Thermo Scientific Dionex Corona Veo Charged Aerosol Detector that provides enhanced sensitivity for analyzing HPLC/UHPLC compatibility, semivolatile compounds, and a wide flow-rate range in a universal detector.
This video shows compression tests on backbone implant from Zwick. Generally, backbone implants are utilized to replace faulty intervertebral discs in the backbone column.
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 demonstrates the functioning of a rugged, handheld, lightweight Raman system, the TruScan from Ahura Scientific, a unit of Thermo Fisher Scientific. This system can be used for the identification of counterfeit drugs and raw material verification in pharmaceutical industries.
A video by ADMET demonstrating peel testing systems.
This video shows friction properties testing on spaghetti packaging using the zwicki-Line testing machine from Zwick Roell.
This video from Anton Paar shows an exclusive feature of the SAXSpace nanostructure analyzer called SmartSAXS. This feature uses a dual beam concept, i.e. line- and- point-collimated X-ray beams which are suitable for SAXS on isotropic systems and SAXS on oriented samples, respectively.
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.
AZo.TV visited the Bruker Nano Surfaces headquarters in Karlsruhe, Germany, for the grand opening of their new European Customer Care Centre and Application Centre.
This video shows the control time-lapse, stage, wavelengths, z series, and stream acquisitions or even run journals by Metamorph software in QImaging camera.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek, gives an introduction on the key concept k-space to two and three dimensions.
Charging is a common phenomenon when analysing non-conductive materials in a scanning electron microscope. The FEI Phenom personal electron microscope has been optimised to minimise the effects of charging produce the best possible images with minimal operator intervention.
The ICAP-Q ICPMS from Thermo Scientific is a new instrument that has been designed from the ground up that not only provides ease of use, but also easy maintenance. While the software interface makes the instrument easy to drive other features such as the redesigned Q-Cell collision cell help increase productivity by a factor of 2 over other ICPMS systems as well as improving sensitivity by 3 to 4 times.
This video shows how to perform the tensile strength test with yarn made from organic-base fibers according to ASTM D885 from ADMET Testing systems.
This video shows the testing of car steering with Mecmesin MultiTest 25-i. This test is conducted to check the force needed to operate the steering over its full range of movement.
This video illustrates the tensile testing on high-strength yarns with ZwickRoell’s materials testing machine. This single column testing machine is ideal for compression, cyclic and tensile testing up to 5kN.
In this video, Dean Mulyk, Product Manager of Thermo Scientific, is proudly discussing the features of the new bench-top robotic VALet microplate mover.
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 end measurement by LUMOS from Bruker Optics. The LUMOS is a FT-IR microscope with an integrated FT-IR spectrometer perfectly matched into its optical design.
A video by ADMET describing six methods used to test the adhesion strength of pressure sensitive tape according to ASTM D3330.
This video compares the DPO7000C oscilloscopes from Tektronix with Agilent Infiniium 9000 Series oscilloscopes.
This video shows the innovative accessories for Q Series DSC (differential scanning calorimeter) product line from TA Instruments.
In this video Brad Dodrill of Lake Shore, provides an explanation of traditional Hall measurements.
This video illustrates the Charpy impact testing of notched plastic specimens using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
This video shows the testing of samples using Mecmesin MultiTest 25-xt force testing stand to establish elongation under load and breaking strain.
This video shows the usage of Agilent InfiniiVision 2000 X-Series in the lab.
This video from Carl Zeiss shows how the light sheet microscope system captures the complete development of a Drosophila melanogaster embryo with reduced light exposure, imaging the whole embryo volume within minutes.
A video showing what scientists use to image the neuron network of the spine and also brain cells. The interaction of the neuron along the spine and the brain is also discussed as well. This imaging techinque allows medical researchers the ability to distinguish between healthy neuron network to those that are damaged.
This video demonstrates a peel testing of foil-sealed wine glass using Mecmesin's MultiTest 1-i testing stand. The testing stand measures the amount of force needed to remove the foil lids from pre-filled wine glasses.
An ADMET 7601 single column frame equipped with an eP2 touch panel controller and eccentric roller grips can be used to accurately run ASTM D412 to measure tensile strength and elongation.
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.
Neil Hughes from Bruker shows us the S2 Picofox total reflection x-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer. He explains how this new technology works and how, unlike conventional XRF, it can detect elements down to the parts per billion, and in some cases parts per trillion level. The S2 Picofox is a portable self-contained unit ideally suited to environmental and on-site monitoring.
Texture analysis with Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line, testing of chips.
The 8400 Series Hall Effect Measurement System (HEMS) is Lake Shore Cryotronics latest addition to their range of HEMS that are used to characterize the electronic properties of semiconductors. In particular they are used to determine carrier type, density and mobility as well as their hall co-efficient.
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.
In this video Dr. Brain Alexander and Dr. Paul Gaines from Inorganic Ventures talks about the biological growth in water. Dilutions in water at pH 7 are not for most elements but may be required to prevent chemical reactions of some of the compounds containing the element.
This video shows how the products are manufactured in the Addmaster.
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
Using a Croc Sandal this video shows how a Biaxial Universal Testing System can apply tension and torsion at the same time. ADMET eXpert 2610 5Kn-10Nm electromechanical Testing system was used for the test.
This video shows Bruce Bailey, Manager Product Applications from Thermo Scientific, talking about the Chromeleon eWorkflow framework from Thermo Scientific.
This video briefly explains the auto zero function in DV2T Viscometer and DV3T Rheometer from Brookfield.
This video shows hardening of fastener tips by induction heating. Ambrell EASYHEAT 1kW induction heating system is used to heat the fasteners.
This video shows a detailed demonstration of the confocality of HORIBA XploRA micro-Raman spectrometer.
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.
This video demonstrates the D2 PHASER from Bruker AXS. The D2 PHASER is the world’s quickest desktop X-ray diffraction system for poly-crystalline material analysis.
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.
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 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.
The Mastersizer 3000 from Malvern Instruments replaces the Mastersizer 2000 particle size analyzer. Julie Chen gives us a run down on the new features and operation of the Mastersizer 3000.
Direct observation of a Hysitron PI 95 Picoindenter performing a nanomechanical test on cadmium sulfide (CdS) in a transmission electron microscope (TEM).
This video shows how to calculate isotherm calculation using Micromeritics’ MicroActive reporting software.
This video shows Klaus Mittendorf, Director at Thermo Fisher Scientific, talking about the recent trend in food testing to gain a better understanding on the nutritional value of food, beyond just the standard fat and protein content.
In this video Met Brevard, Vice President, Preclinical Imaging – Bruker Biospin talks about the new Bruker Center of Excellence.
This video demonstrates the tensile test on a composite tow specimen using an advanced video extensometer (AVE) and pneumatic side-acting grips from Instron.
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 shows flexure testing of plastics to ISO178 using the AutoX750 from Instron.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek gives a brief introduction to precession and resonance in nuclear magnetic resonance.
In this video Dr. Colin Slater, Application Scientist from Bruker talks about the S2 RANGER EDXRF Spectrometer.
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 automated system from Mecmesin that is used to test the closures made by natural corks. This machine can be loaded up to 200 samples for unattended operation.
A video clip showing the use of the latest light microscope, the nanoscope, which has many applications in nanomaterials and studies within biological systems. Sample can be viewed as small as 100nm with high resolution. The nanoscope allows the ability to visuallize the structure and shape of the material even if cannot be seen.
In this video Dr. Colin Slater, Application Scientist from Bruker talks about the GEO-QUANT.
A short video showing how a mass spectrometer works and how it can be used to identify elements in the blood.
In this video Dr. Brain Alexander and Dr. Paul Gaines from Inorganic Ventures discusses on the matrix compatibility with respect to nitric acid and HF.
A video clip displaying the world's largest scanning electron microscope from Visitec suited for imaging large objects ranging from metal alloys in car doors to large composite materials.
This video shows the low temperature compression test from Elastocon. The compression test is performed at low temperatures without opening the deep freezer.
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 test by ADMET shows a textile ribbon being pulled apart at a constant rate of speed until it breaks. Measurements include the force required to break the sample and the amount the material stretched before breaking (elongation).
This video from Horiba Scientific shows the Raman image and the corresponding reflected light image of Si test structure.
This video introduces JSM-IT300 scanning electron microscope from JOEL.
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.
This video by Zwick demonstrates multi-axis dynamic testing on a tractor front hydraulic lifter with control electronics Control Cube. Fatigue testing with the world´s smallest controler from CaTs³.
Mike Dickson from Phenom World shows us their all new G2 Pro Desktop Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). This is it's first public showing since it's launch just a few weeks ago. The G2 pro is the fastest and simplest to use SEM designed for use by the non-professional.
This video shows the features and general handling of NaioAFM from Nanosurf.
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.
The TANGO FT-NIR spectrometer from Bruker Optics is a versatile instruments. Application areas are listed.
In this video, Harald Ritchie from Thermo Scientific explains the benefits of SOLA SPE (solid phase extraction) cartridges for highly reproducible and high-throughput analysis.
This video shows the functioning of the TMS-Pro food texture measuring system from Mecmesin. This food texture analyser is designed to provide flexible testing solutions and optimum test accuracy, and measure force from a few N (0.002lbsf) to 2500N (562lbsf).
ADMET is a major provider of testing systems for tension, torsion, flexure, compression, and biaxial testing. The floating roller peel test is designed to determine the average peel force of an adhesive or any other bonding agent. The floating roller is an easy and precise method to measure average peel force values. Other available peel tests are the 90 degree, T-Peel, and 180 degree.
This video shows measurement of insertion and withdrawal force on electrical connectors using Mecmsin's MultiTest 2.5-i force testing stand.
This video shows installation of screen protector in DV2T Rheometer from Brookfield.
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.
This video shows the Voyager II / Voyager III's wide-angle thermal camera from FLIR.
This video demonstrates the usage of magnetic C-mounts in QImaging cameras.
This video from Carl Zeiss shows a 10x magnification phase contrast of HeLa cells.
Does everything weigh the Same across the Globe? KERN Finds out if this is true.
In this video Katherine Bakeev, from B&W Tek talks about Portable Raman Spectrometer.
In this video Katie Evans, Senior Product Manager of Thermo Scientific discusses the flexibility of SampleManager 11 with configurable data flow-through.
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 from shows the installation of PCI or PCI express FireWire card in QImaging camera.
Agilent Technologies' Shelley Begley demonstrates their portable system for determining dielectric properties of liquids. The system centers around a portable network analyzer and ca be used for measuring properties such as permittivity and loss tangent.
In this video Hema Downey, Incubation specialist talks about the Thermo Scientific Cytomat 10. It is the fastest incubator in the market.
This video shows how QImaging Retiga 2000R mono camera with high dynamic range and large field of view runs inside the NIS Elements software.
This video shows advanced thermal night vision system FLIR MU-series. MU-series is an ultra long-range multi-sensor thermal night vision system.
In this video David Glutz, application specialist from Thermo Scientific talks about the Gallery™ plus automated photometric analyzer.
This video shows Thermo Scientific ARL™ SMS-3500 Automation for Twin OES or XRF.
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.
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.
This video shows sheet metal testing machine (BUP) from Zwick. These machines (type BUP) are used to test and evaluate the ductility of sheet metals.
This video shows the overview of Mecmesin's Basic Force Gauge. This basic force gauge is affordable and mid-range digital force gauge.
This video shows Impressions testXpo 2012, the 21st premium forum for materials testing from Zwick. The expo attracted 1.800 visitors from over 50 countries and more than 30 co-exhibitors participated in it.
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 D412)
Bruker Fourier 60 - Compact FT-NMR with Permanent Magnet Offers High-Resolution Spectra, Outstanding Ease of Use and Industry-leading TopSpin™ Software
Bryan Kyte from Alicona demonstrates the InfiniteFocus SL surface characterization system.
This video shows the set up and use of an evolve EMCCD camera in the Leica MMAF software from Photometrics.
In this video, Jeff Zonderman, DIR. Clinical and Toxicology LC/MS at Thermo Scientific, presents an overview of novel workflows for clinical research and forensic toxicology uses at ASMS 2012 in Vancouver, Canada.
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.
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.
In this video Alicona introduces the mobile metrology lab.
This video shows the new Epsilon 3X spectrometer, which is powered by the latest advances in excitation and detection technology from PANalytical.
This video shows the LAQUATwin B-721 Pocket salt meter from Horiba. This Pocket salt meter is used for the direct measurement of micro-volume of salt in the food sample.
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 contrAA Series – High-Resolution Continuum Source AAS from Analytik Jena.
The 3D DMA, dynamic mechanical analyzer from Psylotech is used to test polymeric materials to produce data for use in numerical simulations such as FEA (finite element analysis). Alex Arzoumanidis points out the main differences between the 3D DMA and other more conventional DMA instruments
This video shows particle size distribution measurement of chocolate using Shimadzu’s SALD-2300 laser diffraction particle size analyzer.
This video shows the working of surtronic roundness measurement systems from Taylor Hobson.
This video shows the electronic business of FEI. The company provides more rapid sample preparation, accurate circuit editing and analysis and superior images leading to high sample production, high volume and high throughput process development.
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.
MIT/CalTech alums double team for a brilliant Micro-ESR demo.
In this video Mr. Svenerik Bäckman from D-lab, a contract laboratory in Degerfors, Sweden talks about the new design and ease-of-use of the ARL iSpark OES spectrometer from Thermo Scientific which is used for quality metals analysis
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.
In this video Simon Nunn, Global Marketing Director for Molecular Spectroscopy Thermo Scientific talks about the Nicolet iS50 FT-IR.
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.
This video shows the interview of Yashuhiko Maekawa on Game Changing LC-MS system for EVOQ from Bruker.
This video shows SciAps' first LIBS handheld Raman spectrometer named the Z. This analyzer is designed to provide operation similar to silicon drift detector-based HHXRF analyzers, and has ability to measure carbon and other low-atomic number elements.
Vincent Larat from Horiba explains how the XploRA Raman spectrometer works and provides us with a real time demonstration of how the system works.
This video illustrates a tensile test performed on an automobile’s seatbelt using a tension tester from Instron.
This video shows the DY-2 family of automated pull-off tester from Proceq.
Phil Harrip from Scientific Solutions demonstrates the SITA Dynamic Surface Tensiometer used for measuring surface tension. He shows us how the instrument works, key components and describes commercial applications that the SITA Dynamic Surface Tensiometer is suited to such as detergent and surfactant manufacturers, coating manufacturers and inkjet manufacturers.
Video by ADMET demonstrating a medical tube is pulled @ 40" per minute until it breaks to measure peak force and elongation. It is held in special grips designed to hold tubular specimens to avoid premature breakage caused from standard vise grips.
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 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.
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.
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 shows the experiences of the customers with the usage of handheld Thermo Scientific FirstDefender and TruDefender instruments for unknown chemical identification.
In this video Cara Cesario, Product Manager, Analytical Reagents, Thermo Scientific discusses the performance of improved Optima LC/MS solvents.
A video demonstrating different automated testing systems for tensile, bend and impact tensile tests on seven different types of plastics
This video from Zwick shows how texture analysis is performed on noodles using Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line.
This video illustrates the impact test performed on the safety glasses using Instron 9250 HV (velocity accelerator system).
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 the top-load testing using Mecmesin’s MultiTest-xt for crushing tests, top load testers and top loads. This testing is employed for measuring the resistance of the containers to a point of compression load during deformation.
This video shows how to confirm the accuracy of Wells-Brookfield Cone/Plate Viscometer by performing a calibration check.
This video from Horiba shows the Aqualog system from Horiba that is specifically designed to provide concurrent absorbance and fluorescence excitation and emission matrices (EEMS).
Bruker's UMT Universal Mechanical Tester. The UMT is the "complete tribology lab" and provides macro, micro and nanoscale tests under real-world conditions. Talking to Bruker's Steve Shaffer and University of Sheffield's Mark Rainforth, they discuss the ease of use and the typical applications of the UMT.
n this video Linda Lopez, Manager IC Marketing and Applications from Thermo Scientific talks about the High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography (HPAE-PAD).
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 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 Agilent U1273AX OLED handheld digital multimeter which is capable of operating in cold temperature down to -40°C.
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.
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.
Ola Modinger from Nanosurf points out some of the key features of their easyScan2 FlexAFM that was released at the 2008 MRS Fall Meeting, where this interview was recorded.
This video shows a process for acquiring ISO13321:1996 complaint DLS (dynamic light scattering) data using Avid Nano i-Size 2.0 software.
Zwick robotic testing system 'roboTest R' with materials testing machine 200 kN for tensile tests on plastics according to standards like (ISO 6892, EN 10002, ISO 527,ISO 3167, ASTM D 638, ASTM E 8, EN 10002, JIS Z 2241)
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.
This video from Zwick shows multi-axis dynamic testing on a quad using control electronics, such as Control Cube servo controller and Cubus testing software.
This video demonstrates a tensile test performed on plastics using a clip-on extensometer from Instron.
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 Seamus Mac Conaonaigh, Director of Technology talks about the Thermo Scientific SampleManager 11.
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.
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.
In this video Rikki McDermott, Technical Sales Support Specialist from Quantachrome Instruments talks about the 3G porometer.
This video shows the eXpert 5952 testing system equipped with the MTEST Quattro materials testing system from Admet.
This video illustrates the Aquadyne DVS dual sample water vapor sorption analyzer from Quantachrome Instruments. This analyzer can accurately and sensitively calculate desorption and adsorption isotherms of water vapor with least operator involvement.
In this video Paul Callaghan from Magritek talks about the Spin echoes, CPMG pulse and T2 relaxation in Terranova apparatus.
This video shows PepFinder Software from Thermo Scientific. The software provides perfect identification, in-depth characterization and relative quantitation of biotherapeutic proteins.
his video shows the Niton XL3t XRF analyzers of Thermo scientific with embedded GPS system.
This tutorial video shows the fast and problem-free installation of QCam driver in QImaging camera.
This video shows a 90 degree adhesive peel strength test on an ADMET eXpert 7601 universal testing machine (tensile testing machine). We fit the eXpert 7601 with our 90 degree peel strength fixture and one vise grip on the top crosshead to hold the free end of the tape. The fixture has numerous tapped holes that allow you to clamp a multitude of various parts and substrates to the test bed.
This video shows the three-point flexure test on snowboards at Zwick Roell to determine the flex and shape characteristics of snowboards.
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.
Nikolay Novozhilov from NT-MDT takes us for a tour of their SOLVER NEXT AFM/SPM. he shows us how easy it is to change from AFM to SPM, as well as demonstrating the software control system and how easy it is to scan a sample.
A video clip showing the current, near term and future applications of Rapid Prototyping in the medical industry.
Filmed live at ASMS 2012 in Vancouver, Ken Miller highlights the Thermo Scientific technologies and workflow solutions featured at the annual meeting of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry.
In this video Bruker introduces new benchtop FOURIER 60 FT-NMR spectrometer.
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.
Mark Bumiller from Horiba Particle Products gives us a brief explanation of how laser diffraction particle sizing works while giving us a tour of the Partica LA-950, a laser diffraction particle size analyzer suited to industries such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, cement, food etc
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.
This video shows Vidisco’s portable X-ray system that is used in non-destructive testing, security and veterinary applications.
Texture analysis with Zwick materials testing machine zwicki-Line, testing of pudding.
This video shows the non-destructive testing (NDT) of medical injection vials with Zwick materials testing machine. The non-destructive compression-test kit can determine the residual seal force (seal integrity) of aluminium flanged caps.
This video shows Bruker's PeakForce QNM, a new atomic force microscope that enables quantitative nanomechanical mapping of material properties and effectively demonstrates enhanced results in terms of speed, resolution, quality and ease-of-use of the information delivered.
In this video, Zwick Roell modernizes an Instron 3367 with RetroLine tC Vario (Zwick’s new testing machine modernization solution).
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 demonstrates creep testing using the closed loop force feedback capability of the IBIS Nanoindentation System from Fischer-Cripps Laboratories.
In this video, Christian Ravnsborg and Dayfdd Milton from Thermo Scientific, discuss about the Thermo Scientific EASY-Spray technology at ASMS 2012 in Vancouver, Canada.
This video shows the dynamics of loosely bound DNA in liquid taken with the Cypher AFM from Asylum Research.
This video shows the imaging of micropipette tip at an IVF (in vitro fertilization) clinic with a jackhammer noise.
This presentation video shows different dispersion techniques and considerations for powders. This also gives an idea about the selection of best solvent, surfactant selection, effects of ultrasound and steps to stabilize the dispersion.
A video by ADMET demonstratiing metal tensile testing according to ASTM E8.
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 shows the computer-controlled Vortex-i torque test system from Mecmesin.
In this video FLIR System launches new FLIR Ex-series thermal imaging camera. FLIR Ex-Series cameras are point-and-shoot thermal imaging cameras that give access to a new dimension.
This video shows how the Instron 3367 can be upgraded easily and efficiently from Zwick.
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 Multiwave GO, a routine microwave digestion system from Anton Paar.
This video demonstrates a heel strike impact test performed on athletic shoes using an ElectroPuls system from Instron.
This video shows Zetasizer Nano ZSP, a high-performance system in the Zetasizer range 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 Taber Industries’ TABER V-5 Stiffness Tester Model 150-E. It uses a bi-directional pendulum-type weighing system to evaluate stiffness, flexural strength, resilience and elastic properties of materials up to 10,000 Taber Stiffness Units.
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 the new Nano ITC (isothermal titration calorimeter) from TA Instruments which is ideal for characterizing binding interactions of biomolecules.
This video shows the tensile testing medical tubing and catheters using AutoX750 from Instron.
This video from ADMET shows the sponge rubber foam is tested using ASTM D 1056 compression defection test.
This video from Agilent introduces the basic operations and studies the working principles of a CW and Doppler radar system.
This video shows how NETZSCH has set a new benchmark in thermal analysis and in the determination of thermophysical properties.
In this video, automation expert Dean Mulyk speaks about the Orbitor KingFisher from Thermo Scientific.
In this video Toshihiko Tada, application technology developing group talks about the InfiniteFocus from Alicano.
Measuring the maximum flexural strength of a product using the 3 point bend test and an Admet MTESTQuattro universal testing machine.
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 shows the roboTest P, a robotic testing system for testing the thickness of heavy plates up to 50mm from Zwick.
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.
Jon Shein from Thermo Fisher Scientific runs a demonstration, showing how quickly the Niton XL2 handheld XRF analyzer can be used to determine the composition of stainless steel samples.
This video shows the BET calculation using Micromeritics’ MicroActive reporting software.
This video demonstrates a compression test performed on heart-shaped soft candies using an Instron compression tester.
Bruker AXS showcase their handheld XRF spectrometers including the S1 Turbo, S1 Sorter and Tracer III-V. These portable devices are suited to the rapid analysis of scrap metal, works of art and archaeological items.
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 shows overview of Mecmesin's compact force gauge+. This battery powered, hand held digital force gauge is used for elementary measurement in tension or compression.
This video shows Oscillating Abrasion Tester - Model 6160 from Taber Industries.
This video shows the BET transformation using Micromeritics’ MicroActive reporting software.
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.
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, Bruker employees talk about the thin film analysis using the D8 Discover high resolution X-ray diffractometer.