The TI 980 TriboIndenter is Hysitron’s latest, most advanced nanomechanical test instrument that lies at the intersection of maximum performance, flexibility, reliability, usability, and speed. The TI 980 Nanoindenter is the next-generation of Hysitron’s renowned TriboIndenter product family, building upon decades of technological innovation to deliver a new level of extraordinary performance, enhanced capabilities, and ultimate versatility in nanomechanical and nanotribological characterization.
The TI 950 TriboIndenter is the next generation nanomechanical test instrument providing industry leading sensitivity and unprecedented performance. The system incorporates the newly developed performech™ advanced control module, which greatly improves the precision of feedback-controlled nanomechanical testing, provides dual head testing capability for nano–micro scale connectivity, and offers unprecedented noise-floor performance. The numerous nanomechanical testing techniques currently offered, as well as new testing methods currently being developed, make the TI 950 system an exceptionally versatile and effective nanomechanical characterization tool for the broadest range of applications.
Hysitron’s TI Premier Series is a next generation, highly dedicated instrument with optimized performance for quantitative nanomechanical characterization within a compact platform. Dedicated configurations for specific applications make this instrument an excellent tool for new emerging areas and reflects the customer needs. Distinctive profile of the instrument line presents value and drives the specific solution for the defined application. Four configurations are tailored to specific applications, providing well defined tools for nano- to micro-mechanical characterization.
The TS 75 is a fully integrated AFM attachment surpassing the lower limit of traditional nanomechanical testing. The increased performance and testing speed of the TS 75 comfortably establishes itself as the next generation of nanomechanical testing devices, allowing researchers to:
- Obtain quantitative mechanical properties
- Reliably test softer materials
- Accurately test smaller volumes of material
- Achieve a faster sample throughput