Upright metallurgic microscope with trinocular head
Metallurgical microscopy offers high magnification with reflected and transmitted light to aid in examining the microscopic mechanisms that affect the behaviour of metals, their composites and alloys. Not only can the instrument be used for measuring grain size, surface inclusions and defects, it can also be used for the detection and monitoring of fatigue, corrosion, creep, stress ruptures, fractures, cracks and crack propagation, to name but a few. These microscopes are not limited to the metallurgical laboratories, they can also be found in the ceramic industry and even in the field of forensics.
Head Trinocular, 30° inclined, splitting ratio eyepieces/photo tube: 50% – 50%
Eyepieces Plan wide field, PL 10x/22 with dioptric adjustment on left eyepiece
Nosepiece Quintuple reversed
Objectives W-Plan IOS MET 4x,10x, 20x and 50x
Focusing system Coaxial coarse and fine
Stage Rack less, 233 x 147mm, movement range 78 x 54mm
Incident light and diaphragms High-efficiency X-LED8 (8 W, comparable to a 100 W halogen bulb), manual brightness control.
Accessories included Polarizer and rotating analyser filters