Fischer Technology Inc.

750 Marshall Phelps Rd
Windsor,  CT  06095-2199

United States
860-683-0781
https://www.fischer-technology.com/en/united-states/
  • Booth: 1128

FISCHER is recognized as a leading producer of high quality, precision handheld and desktop instruments for coating thickness measurement, material analysis, material testing, scratch testing and nanoindentation instrumentation. There is a FISCHER solution for every industrial measuring application.

Easily measure coating thickness and material analysis with FISCHER’s new handheld X-Ray fluorescence instrument. The FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY XAN® 500 is a universally applicable energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence measuring instrument for non-destructive coating thickness measurement and material analysis. It is perfectly suitable for measurements in quality assurance, incoming inspection and process control. Thanks to its small size, you can measure even on difficult geometries.

Brands: FISCHERSCOPE®, DUALSCOPE®, ISOSCOPE®, DELTASCOPE®, PERMASCOPE®, SIGMASCOPE®, FERITSCOPE®, MMS®. PHASCOPE®, PICODENTOR, POROSCOPE, ANOTEST


 Products

  • FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY XAN® 500
    The FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY XAN® 500 is a universally applicable energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence measuring instrument for non-destructive coating thickness measurement and material analysis....

  • Easily measure coating thickness and material analysis with FISCHER’s new handheld X-Ray fluorescence instrument. The FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY XAN® 500 is a universally applicable energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence measuring instrument for non-destructive coating thickness measurement and material analysis. It is perfectly suitable for measurements in quality assurance, incoming inspection and process control. Thanks to its small size, you can measure even on difficult geometries.

    Typical fields of application include measurements on large coated parts, like machine components and housings; mobile measurements in electroplating shops and of precious metals; determination of the metal content of electroplating baths (solution analysis). The modern silicon drift detector achieves high accuracy and good detection sensitivity. Accuracy and long-term stability are characteristics of all FISCHERSCOPE® X-rays .

  • MMS® AUTOMATION
    Fully automated production offers numerous advantages: faster fabrication, better quality and transparent processes. The FISCHERSCOPE® MMS® Automation can lay the basis for automated quality control in a wide range of applications....

  • Fully automated production offers numerous advantages: faster fabrication, better quality and transparent processes. The FISCHERSCOPE® MMS® Automation can lay the basis for automated quality control in a wide range of applications.

    The MMS Automation is Fischer‘s latest solution for inline or post-process controlling of coating thickness and conductivity. Due to its modular design, it can be tailored to fulfill the requirements of the measurement task at hand.

    There are five modules available, all offering different measurement approaches. The PERMASCOPE® module, for example, combines two methods in one: the magnetic inductive and the eddy-current. This makes it ideal not only for measuring electrically insulating coatings (like paints) on any common metal, but also for testing galvanic layers on copper, aluminum or steel.

    In addition to this universal module, there are also specialized solutions. The SR-SCOPE, for example, is designed expressly for the electronics industry. It relies on the micro-resistance method to measure the thickness of individual copper layers on multilayer printed circuit boards.

    The measuring system was conceived for continuous operation in production environments. The base unit can be mounted in control cabinets on standard DIN rails. It, in turn, is connected to the various modules – which are mounted near the measuring station – via robust cables that are suitable for drag chains. All elements of the system are EMC tested, which guarantees failure-free operation in industrial settings.

    Features:

    • Modular measuring system for coating thickness and conductivity
    • Can be fully remote controlled
    • Module and probe are mounted directly on the robot (shielded against environmental influences)
    • Connection of module and basic unit via a drag chain cable (up to 30 m)
    • Communication with control units like a PLC via an RS-232 interface

    Applications:

    • Electrically insulating coating on different metals, eg paint on steel or aluminum
    • Non-magnetizable coatings on ferrous metals, like zinc, copper or chromium on steel
    • Electroplated nickel coatings on non-ferrous metals and insulating base materials
    • Thickness measurement of individual copper layers on multilayer printed circuit boards
    • Identification of non-ferrous metals using their electrical conductivity
  • FISCHERSCOPE® ST 200
    Scratches, cracks, chips - Measure Hard material coatings with a FISCHER scratch tester. The instrument offers several different measurement modes. This allows the test force that the indenter exerts on the surface to remain constant or increased....

  • The scratch tester from Fischer offers several different measurement modes. This allows the test force that the indenter exerts on the surface to remain constant or increased. A scratch test applied with constant force is typically used to determine the scratch hardness or scratch resistance. More often, the progressive mode is employed; the force acting on the surface is increased either incrementally or linearly. Starting out with an initially very low load, the indenter is moved across the coating until the critical load LC (material failure). To cope with such diverse coatings, the ST 200 offers a wide range of possible test loads: from 0.1 to 200 N. That makes it ideally suited for measurements on hard coatings, while still allowing for the testing of thicker paint layers.

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