Fischer Technology, Inc.

The FISCHERSCOPE® ST200 is a progressive load scratch tester for analyzing the adhesion and cohesion strength of coatings according to ASTM C1624, ISO 20502, and DIN EN 1071-3. The instrument is designed for measurements in development, quality assurance, incoming inspection and process control. Read more...

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United Testing Systems, Inc.

Made in the USA, the Tru-Blue Universal is capable of testing Rockwell, Mini Brinell and Heavy load Vickers. The Tru-Blue II's removable clamping device supports oversize or odd shaped parts for hands free testing! Read more...

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Anton Paar

The Revetest® macro scratch testing instrument is the industry standard for measuring the scratch resistance and adhesion of hard-coated materials with a typical coating thickness of several microns. Read more...

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United Testing Systems, Inc.

The computer controlled Rockwell Hardness Tester featured in an episode of CSI evaluating a sheared bolt. See the video The Tru-blue II meets ASTM E18 and ISO 6508 specifications and NIST recommendations. Read more...

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United Testing Systems, Inc.

United offers a complete line of equipment and accessories for tensile and hardness testing. Not all products that we produce can be shown here. Be sure to contact us if you don't see what you are looking for! Read more...

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United Testing Systems, Inc.

In 1984, United began production of the Tru-Blue I, an all scale, computer-controlled Rockwell hardness tester utilizing a precision load cell for force application. With our second generation Rockwell tester, the Tru-Blue II, improvements were made by incorporating advanced electronics, improved hardware and enhanced software options. Read more...

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Fischer Technology, Inc.

In the automotive industry paint coatings are used as protection from corrosion and external damage. These lacquers are exposed to environmental influences such as extreme temperature fluctuations or moisture and salt. Automotive coatings must exhibit a certain toughness to make them resistant to stone chips and scratches. This requires the right balances between hardness and elasticity. Read more...

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