BridgeScan™ is a complete, affordable GPR system that provides an effective tool for quickly determining the condition of aging bridge decks, parking structures, balconies and other concrete structures. The system is also used to obtain accurate concrete cover depth on new structures. With BridgeScan, repair costs can be estimated correctly, saving time and money.
The ElectroForce® 3200 Series III test instruments feature a 225 N (450 N optional) maximum force. With the versatility of static to 300 Hz frequency response, the table-top configuration is adaptable to a variety of biomedical research and engineered materials test applications, including torsion testing, creep under dynamic loading and special environments (hot/cold chambers).
J. A. Woollam M-88 Ellipsometer
Determines multilayer thicknesses, optical constants, crystallinity, surface and interfacial roughness. Has a 300 mm programmable sample stage with motorized rotation and 88 wavelengths from 280 to 760 nm. Completes full spectrum measurement in 1/20 s.
KLA Tencor P-15 Profilometer Max Wafer Size: 8” General Description: The KLA-Tencor P-15 Profiler is a highly sensitive surface profiler that measures step height, roughness, and waviness on sample surfaces. Roughness can be measured with up to a 0.5 Å resolution over short distances. Waviness can be measured over the entire surface of a sample. The P-15 system uses stylus-based scanning to achieve high resolution and can correlate local submicron features with global surface measurements. It has a scan area of 200 X 200 mm.
KLA-Tencor’s P-15 Longscan Contact Stylus Profiler is capable of measuring the roughness and waviness of a sample’s surface. The P-15 can also measure positive and negative step height features with a high degree of accuracy and precision. Both 2D and 3D scan profiles can be obtained. The P-15 is equipped with a MicroHead IIxr scanner that has a 1mm vertical range and is capable of scanning at forces between 0.5–50mg. The maximum horizontal scan length is 200mm.
TA Instruments’ Q800 DMA, based on a combined motor and transducer design, uses advanced, non-contact, linear motors to control stress and measure strain with a highly sensitive optical encoder. Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) is a technique used to measure the mechanical properties of a wide range of materials. DMA works primarily in the viscoelastic range of a material and is therefore more sensitive to structure than a typical tensile test. With its unique design, the Q800 is also ideal for high-stiffness applications including composites.
The TI Q2000 is a research-grade DSC with superior performance in baseline flatness, precision, sensitivity, and resolution. Advanced Tzero® technology and multiple exclusive hardware and software features make the Q2000 powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use. Modulated DSC® and a reliable 50-position autosampler are available as options. An additional high-value feature is Platinum™ software, which permits automatic scheduling of tests designed to keep the Q2000 consistently in top operating condition.
Symyx Rapid GPCTM is a high throughput method for characterizing polymer molecular weight and molecular weight distribution. This system includes a sample preparation system that is used to dilute the polymer samples and inject the samples into the GPC system. The sample preparation system has heated liquid dispensing pipettes for handling viscous polymers. The GPC system uses high-speed columns and an evaporative light scattering detector. Samples can be analyzed in as little as 10 minutes.