Delivering the World´s Most Innovative Nanomechanical Testing Solution to Accelerate the Development of Tomorrow´s Materials
Industry-Leading Quantitative Mechanical & Tribological Characterization at the Nanoscale and Microscale
Hysitron’s standalone nanomechanical test instruments deliver the highest degree of performance, accuracy, reliability, and versatility for quantitative mechanical and tribological characterization at the nanoscale and microscale. Utilizing multiple patented and proprietary technologies, Hysitron’s standalone nanomechanical test instruments enable quantitative characterization at length scales unreachable by others. Combined with a comprehensive suite of hybrid characterization techniques, the TI 980 TriboIndenter® will keep your materials development at the forefront of technology.
Instruments for Microscopes
Quantitative Nanomechanics Enhanced with the Power of Microscopy
Hysitron has developed a comprehensive suite of nanomechanical and nanotribological test instruments that operate in conjunction with powerful microscopy techniques. Combining the advantages of advanced microscopy technologies with quantitative in-situ nanomechanical characterization enables an accelerated understanding of material behavior at the nanoscale.
Techniques & Properties
Delivering a Comprehensive Understanding of Material Behavior at the Nano/Micro scale
Hysitron has developed a diverse product portfolio to characterize material properties, tribological properties, and interfacial properties of materials at the nanometer and micrometer length scale.
- Mechanical Properties
Quantitative Characterization of Elastic Modulus, Hardness, Viscoelastic, Creep, Stress Relaxation, Interfacial, and Fracture Properties at the Nanoscale and Microscale
- Hybrid Imaging Techniques
Enhanced Understanding of Nanomechanical and Nanotribologal Properties through in-situ SEM, TEM, SPM, Raman, and Fluorescence Microscopy
- Environmental Characterization
Quantitative Mechanical and Tribological Characterization in Non-Ambient Environments at the Nanoscale and Microscale
- Electro-Mechanical Properties
Hybrid Nanomechanical and Electrical Characterization
Quantitative Nanoscale to Microscale Friction and Wear Characterization