Medical implants must posess a high resistance against wear in order to prevent debris buildup. Otherwise, implants need to be replaced before the end of their expected service life. With Fischer, you can esure hard coatings like chrome or ceramics on your implants are as resistant as they have to be. One way to measure wear resistance is to test the hardness of the surface. Since there is a correlation between hardness and wear resistance, this is a reliable test method. Fischer offers Nanoindentation to test the hardness of the implants directly. Our instruments are clean, precise and offer all needed features to provide documentation and traceabiliy of your measurements.
- To the product: FISCHERSCOPE HM2000 FISCHERSCOPE HM2000
- To the product: PICODENTOR HM500 PICODENTOR HM500