Experience the latest materials analysis techniques

The motto 'to measure is to know' also applies to material technology. You only know whether a material is suitable for the intended application, if you have tested it under the right conditions. These can be simple tests, but also specific material analyzes to determine whether contaminants will have a negative outcome. On Materials, you will also find complicated measurement tools to determine whether material parameters meet the mechanical, thermal or electrical requirements that are set for the product. Computer simulations on materials play a supporting role in experimental measurements through further automation.

On Materials + Eurofnish you will be introduced to both existing and new material analysis techniques. This can be done during the 40 knowledge sessions, at the more than 140 exhibitors and at demo areas.

You will discover these analysis techniques during Materials

Computer simulations on materials play a supporting role in experimental measurements through further automation. The following analysis techniques can be found:

  • Microscopy (optical, scanning electrons and transmission electrons)
  • Crystallography with EBSD (electron beam scattering diffraction)
  • FTIR (fourier transformation infrared microscopy)
  • Corrosion and abrasion testing
  • Atomic force (AFM)
  • Push- and pull benches
  • Damage analysis and friction testing
  • Hardness testing
  • Climate chambers
  • SIMS
  • ICP
  • Mechanical testing
  • Element analysis (EDS, WDS, OES)