Automotive Materials Testing Equipment & Analysis | Buehler

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Buehler's Impact on the Automotive Materials Industry
Buehler was one of the first manufacturers to specialize in metallographic sample preparation equipment fo the automotive industry, and has been a trusted partner to original equipment manufacturers and component suppliers ever since. Material scientists, researchers and technicians trust the Buehler brand name not just for reliable equipment, but also for deep expertise and prompt service. We deliver robust testing equipment and consumables specific to high-demand automotive applications, including:
Automotive Suspension & Steering Components
Suspension & Steering Components
Automotive Case-Hardened Crankshafts
Case-Hardened Crankshafts
Automotive Connectors
Connectors
Automotive Aluminum & Steel
Aluminum & Steel
Automotive Fasteners
Fasteners
Automotive Welding
Welded Structures
Automotive Gears
Gears
Infrared Line Sensors
Infrared Line Sensors
Automotive Composite Materials
Composite Materials
Automotive Paints and Coatings
Paints & Coatings
Automotive Batteries
Batteries
Automotive Spark Plugs
Spark Plugs
Buehler's commitment to automotive partnership with Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) automotive research center. The facility includes a fully staffed Buehler Laboratory.

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