Nanoindentation and Nanotribology Techniques and Properties | Bruker

Hybrid Nanoindentation - Techniques and Properties

Delivering a Comprehensive Understanding of Material Behavior at the Nanoscale

Bruker is committed to developing the broadest range of nanoindentation-based characterization techniques for quantitative mechanical and tribological measurements at the nanoscale and microscale. Our suite of innovative testing techniques enables a comprehensive understanding of nanoscale material behavior critical to the development of next-generation materials.

Hybrid Nanoindentation - Techniques and Properties

Mechanical Properties | Bruker

Mechanical Properties

Quantitative Characterization of Elastic Modulus, Hardness, Viscoelastic, Creep, Stress Relaxation, Interfacial, and Fracture Properties at the Nanoscale and Microscale

Hybrid Imaging Techniques | Bruker

Hybrid Imaging Techniques

Enhanced Understanding of Nanomechanical and Nanotribologal Properties Through In-Situ SEM, TEM, SPM, Raman, and Fluorescence Microscopy

Environmental Characterization | Bruker

Environmental Characterization

Quantitative Nanomechanical and Nanotribological Characterization in Non-Ambient Environments

Electro-Mechanical Properties | Bruker

Electro-Mechanical Properties

Hybrid Nanomechanical and Electrical Characterization

Tribology | Bruker


Quantitative Nanoscale-to-Microscale Friction and Wear Characterization