Ideal for Castable Mounting in Epoxy of Delicate, Porous or Heat-Sensitive Samples
Lake Bluff, IL Buehler is debuting the SimpliVac™ at TMS 2020 Booth #428 at the San Diego Convention Center in California. Buehler's new programmable SimpliVac offers excellent pore impregnation in a compact format.
Ideal for delicate and precise samples
Quality control lab technicians working on delicate and precise samples in electronics, thermal spray coatings, additive manufacturing and other specialty aerospace surface treatments will appreciate the ability to optimize sample impregnation in a faster, more automated way.
Runs Fully Automated Cycles and Maintains Edge Retention
According to Alicia Burns, Buehler Product Manager, “Using a compressed air source, this system quickly and efficiently pulls a vacuum to evacuate trapped air from any porous sample, resulting in optimized edge retention and additional support for processing delicate samples. The digital SimpliVac is easy to operate with an intuitive interface that is easy to set for multiple cycles. This greatly increases effectiveness, and as the only machine on the market able to run multiple cycles without user inference between cycles there is both efficiency and quality improvement. Buehler’s innovations continue to lead industry expectations and this one will not disappoint.”
Easy to Set and Forget; Handles Large Samples Too
The SimpliVac Vacuum optimizes sample impregnation in a faster more automated way and also allows lab technicians to set multiple cycles to complete the mounting process faster. SimpliVac can also accommodate larger samples due to its oversized chamber and sample tray insert, which creates a large flat surface for larger mounts. For technical information, accessories and consumables for the SimpliVac visit the website page and click on specifications or related products tabs. For a quotation and sales consultation, click here.
Buehler is a leading provider of complete metallographic and hardness testing lab equipment solutions, consumables and analysis techniques for use in materials preparation, image analyses and hardness testing. Buehler products cross a wide variety of industries, including Aerospace, Primary Metals, Automotive, and Defense, Electronics, Medical, Energy and more.
Buehler also maintains its legacy of industry partnership with affiliations such as the ASM International, American Society for Testing and Materials and International Metallographic Society. The company also contributes to the study of material science through the endowment of the ASM Francis F. Lucas Metallographic Award since 1946 and the International Metallographic Society’s Pierre Jacquet Award.
Buehler is a division of Illinois Tool Works (ITW) and is based in Lake Bluff, Illinois. ITW is a global, Fortune 200 company and global industrial manufacturer of value-added consumables and specialty equipment with related service businesses.