KLA Instruments Group, USA

KLA Instruments Group, USA

Ambient, Insitu and high temperature Nanoindentation systems.

The field of nanoindentation was co-founded by KLA's Dr. Warren Oliver almost 40 years ago, and KLA Instruments has continued to foster a culture of innovation.

Nanomechanical testers from KLA Instruments™ provide precise, reliable and repeatable measurements of hardness, Young’s modulus, and fast, high-temperature and high strain rate testing, we have continued to develop new static and dynamic measurement types, driving the next generation of nanomechanical testing forward to help you explore new materials, reduce product failures and accelerate your time-to-market. It is for industry experts, academics and other innovators, KLA instruments delivers trusted measurements, enabling the worlds breakthrough technologies.

iMicro

Flexible, user-friendly nanoindenter for modulus, hardness (Oliver-Pharr analysis, ISO 14577), storage and loss modulus, and universal testing. Capable of exerting up to 1N of force to test hard materials at higher loads and larger depths.


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Nano Indenter® G200

Fully extendible, production-proven nanoindenter with automated high-throughput hardness measurement capability. With the largest force range in the KLA nanoindenter product family...


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iNano®

Flexible, user-friendly, low-force nanoindenter that can perform a wide range of nanomechanical tests. Capable of exerting up to 50mN force to test thin films and soft materials.


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NanoFlip

Compact, flexible nanomechanical tester for in situ testing inside scanning electron microscopes or gloveboxes or on benchtops, under either ambient or vacuum conditions.


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InSEM® HT

Highest performance nanoindenter for testing the mechanical properties of small volumes of material under vacuum at temperatures up to 800°C..


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T150 UTM

Industry’s highest performance and most versatile nano tensile tester, using industry-leading continuous dynamic analysis (CDA) to generate dynamic storage and loss modulus measurements spanning five orders of magnitude.


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