Analytics and Component Testing

Material Characterization

  • RETSCH Particle size analyzer CAMSIZER XT
  • Powder flowability analyzer Revolution Powder Analyzer
  • REM Zeiss EVO MA15 with integrated EDX / EBSD system from EDAX
  • Keyence 3D-digital makroskope VR-3100
  • Keyence 3D-digital microscope VHX-7000
  • Light microscope Zeiss Axioskop 2 MAT with various lighting devices
  • SPECTRO spark emission spectrometer SPECTROMAXx with modules for Fe, Al, Ti, Cu base and additional adapters for small parts
  • GOM Optical Measurement Technique
  • ATOS 3D-Scanner
  • ARAMIS dynamic deformation analysis
  • ARGUS static deformation analysis
  • ATM grinding and polishing device Saphir 550 with built-on head Rubin 520 and integrated dosing unit
  • FLOW MACH2 water jet cutting system
  • Salt-spray chamber
  • Climate chambers
  • FFT UL-94 horizontal and vertical Flame Chamber
  • Kammrath & Weiß tension / compression module 5 kN with microprocessor control and heating device up to 800 ºC
  • Simultaneous thermal analysis (DSC and TG) – Netzsch STA 449 F3 Jupiter
  • Heat Flow Meter Netzsch HFM 436 Lambda

Component Testing

  • Dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) Gabo Eplexor 500N
  • Impact testing, CEAST Fractovis Plus (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • Hardness Testing, Zwick (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • LECO hardness tester LV-100 AT according to Vickers
  • HDT Vicat thermal testing instrument, CEAST (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • Notched Impact Testing, Zwick / Roell RKP 5113 (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • Laser Extensometer, Fiedler Optoelektronik P-50 (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • VideoXtens – non-contact extensometer, Zwick (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • Seven servo-hydraulic testing machines from 100N to 63kN (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • Creep testing machine Zwick Kappa 50-SS (6x10kN) (property of the University of Bayreuth)
  • Six universal testing devices from 100N to 250kN, Zwick (property of the University of Bayreuth)

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