Since 1936 Buehler designs and manufactures metallographic equipment and consumables for cross-sectional analysis. In 2020 Buehler celebrates the 100 years of the Wilson hardness testers. Global metallurgical laboratories, quality control departments, research centers and failure analysis facilities for all types of materials including ceramics, composites, semi-conductors, metals, rocks and minerals, and plastics .Customers in aerospace, automotive, metals, medical device, elecronics and other industries rely on Buehler for consistent, repetitive results. Buehler's new line of equipment is built for performance and ease of use with smart programmable capabilities. Ask for programmable abrasive to precision cutters, planar grinders, semi automatic programmable grinder polishers, digital programmable castable vacuum system, dual capacity automated mounting press to the renown Wilson hardness testers and DiaMet hardness software, and reference blocks for Rockwell, Vickers, Brinell .
For over 37 years, Allied has been meeting the needs of concerns engaged in the microelectronics, materials science, materials manufacturing, aerospace, military, photonics, fiber optics, and research & development industries. We aggressively pursue the advancement of methods and procedures...
Wilson Hardness Testers include a comprehensive range of hardness testers from Rockwell, Knoop/Vickers, and Brinell to fully automatic production systems. Our testers are complemented by a range of test blocks, accessories, and fixtures, and our calibration laboratory is recognized as the... Read More
The article has highlighted different alloys and coatings used in medical implants. Medical implants are increasingly being used due to good mechanical strength, wear and corrosion resistant properties, super elasticity and most importantly biocompatibility. For metallographic analysis of these... Read more
A study shows an operator time savings of 86% for making and measuring indents in three locations of crank pins and journals when using Buehler's hardness automation
compared to manual testing. There was less part manipulation, fewer errors in data transcription and lower variability between... Read more