Buehler offers rapid installation of metallography and hardness testing lab systems

December 9, 2019

Buehler offers rapid installation of metallography and hardness testing lab systems
Buehler – ITW Test & Measurement GmbH reports that it can provide rapid installation of its metallography and hardness testing systems (Courtesy Buehler – ITW Test & Measurement GmbH)

Buehler – ITW Test & Measurement GmbH, Esslingen, Germany, a developer and manufacturer of complete system solutions for materialography and hardness testing, has reported that it is able to meet short delivery times for the installation of laboratories with matched equipment and consumables, equipping a fully-functional laboratory in under four weeks.

Buehler states that the range of its systems available for short delivery includes the Wilson VH3100 (Vickers) and Wilson Rockwell 574 hardness testers and associated DiaMet software for materialography. Additionally, ranges from IsoMet high-speed precision cutters to SimpliMet 4000 mounting presses, AutoMet and EcoMet grinders and polishers and the Burst Dispensing Systems up to the OmniMet image analysis software are available. 

An experienced application engineering team can reportedly give customers the dedicated support they need to choose the ideal configuration for their particular tasks.

Raphael Ayasse, Buehler’s sales manager, commented, “When it comes to installing and updating test laboratories, companies and institutions are no longer willing to accept long delivery times. As a manufacturer of such devices and systems, Buehler is capable of equipping a fully-functional laboratory in under four weeks.”


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