Fischer Instrumentation (GB) Ltd

Stand: 103
Category: Exhibitor List, Surfex Live, Testing & Measuring Equipment

Contact Name: Kenan Handzic
Telephone: 01590 684 100
Address: Gordleton Industrial Estate, Hannah Way, Pennington, Hampshire, SO41 8JD,

Company Profile

Fischer Instrumentation (GB) Ltd, part of the Helmut Fischer Group, has a long standing reputation for high precision and accurate premium equipment in coating thickness measurement and materials analysis, nano-indentation and material testing. Knowledge, expertise, experience – based on these principles, FISCHER has been developing innovative measuring technology for over 60 years covering its’ range of instruments including XRF, hand held gauges, bench top instruments and nano-indentation testers. These ranges of equipment are now used the world over – wherever accuracy, precision and reliability are required. Based in Lymington and Nottingham, Fischer Instrumentation is suitably placed to provide high quality technical support.


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How to Choose a Correct Coating Thickness Gauge

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What is XRF?

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Nace: Corrosion Costs $2.5 Trillion Annually

Nace: Corrosion costs $ 2.5 trillion annually Every year, corrosion causes an economic damage of more than $ 2.5 trillion worldwide. Therefore, the prevention of corrosion, is an issue that plays an important role in many areas. The new MMS® Inspection series that is optimized for corrosion protection reliably supports the inspector in assessing corrosion-exposed... Read more »

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