Bruker’s Hysitron TI 980 TriboIndenter operates at the intersection of maximum performance, flexibility, reliability, usability, and speed. This industry-leading system builds upon decades of Hysitron technological innovation to deliver new levels of extraordinary performance, enhanced capabilities, and ultimate versatility in nanomechanical characterization. The Hysitron TI 980 nanoindenter is everything a superior nanomechanical test instrument needs to be, achieving remarkable advances in control and throughput capabilities, testing flexibility, applicability, measurement reliability, and system modularity.
Powered by Bruker's Performech II Advanced Control Module, the TI 980 nanoindenter delivers remarkable advances in control and throughput capabilities, testing flexibility, applicability, sensitivity, measurement reliability, and system modularity. The TI 980's powerful base configuration includes quantitative nanoscale-to-microscale indentation, nanoscratch, nanowear, high-resolution in-situ scanning probe microscopy (SPM) imaging, dynamic nanoindentation, and high-speed mechanical property mapping; providing a comprehensive understanding of material behavior at the nanoscale.
The Hysitron TI 980 nanoindenter provides rapid, multi-sample and multi-technique automated testing capabilities for high-throughput characterization. Smart automation routines validate probe shape at user-defined intervals, and its high resolution multi-scale imaging with whole-sample optical surveying streamlines the testing process.
The TI 980 nanoindenter was developed with maximum flexibility in mind, knowing your characterization needs today will likely be different in the future. The TI 980 supports the largest range of hybrid and correlative nanomechanical characterization techniques, promising to keep your research and materials development at the forefront of technology. Combined with versatile system control and data analysis software, universal sample mounting options (mechanical, magnetic, and vacuum), and a modular environmental enclosure, the TI 980 nanoindenter will adapt to your future characterization requirements.