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Evaluation of Properties for Plastics

Evaluation technology of top class in Japan.
Thermal properties, Mechanical properties, Rubber physical properties, Optical properties, Viscoelasticity and flowability, Film physical properties, Electrical properties, Physical properties (Other), Durability test.

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Analysis Package of Light Materials like CF and CNF-based Composites for Automobiles

For car weight reduction, a broad range of R&D is being carried out from many perspectives of use of plastics in place of metals, bonding of the same or different types of materials, use of fiber-reinforced plastics, etc.
We have made advanced equipment available for our service and will propose testing methods to meet your needs to perform R&D and provide you with results of evaluations.

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Evaluation of Recycled Resin Materials

If there is a void in an insulating material, an electric field will concentrate in that part, and a small amount of discharge will occur. This is called a partial discharge. By detecting the transfer of the charge (charge amount) taking place at this time, any defect in the material can be evaluated on a non-destructive basis. The degree of a void can be evaluated by determining the level of the voltage at the time of the start of the partial discharge.

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Durability Test on Plastic Components

As plastics are used in varied environments, they are subject to degradation such as oxidation and decomposition that occurs due to various factors. It becomes possible to design product life by reproducing the phenomenon of such degradation.
We have made many types of testing equipment available for service to our clients to cope with a broad range of degradation phenomena to meet the needs of our clients.

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Analysis and Testing for Batteries

Analysis of Battery Materials and Evaluation of Battery Properties and Durability

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Evaluation of Semiconductor Encapsulation Materials

In the midst of a trend toward energy efficiency such as improvements in fuel efficiency, power semiconductors for electric power control are attracting attention. The adoption of low-loss elements having current density raised by use of a high-heat-resistance semiconductor such as SiC is going on especially in the area of transportation equipment that deals with high power, among other fields. Since these elements can be used in a higher-temperature environment than with the conventional elements, the packaging materials including encapsulation materials are required to have higher heat resistance and the capacity to be able to operate at high temperature. Here are given examples of packaging materials meeting such requirements of higher heat resistance and capacity to be able to operate at high temperature.

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Evaluation of Physical Properties Related to Human Feelings for Automotive Materials

In evaluating the comfortability of cars, the comfortability is quantitatively evaluated in terms of physical amounts and comprehensively analyzed by analyzing the surface and bulk of polymer and evaluating various physical properties in place of the conventional method that has depended on the five senses.

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Comprehensive Analysis of Surface Degradation for Polymer Materials

Degradation of polymer materials progresses from the surface to the inside, and it is very important for analyzing the degradation behavior to understand the conditions of the top surface of the materials. We have a broad range of surface analysis technology for polymer materials and are capable of comprehensively evaluating the degradation of polymer materials. Here is given an example of a case of the comprehensive analysis of a polypropylene (PP) surface.

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Evaluation of Hydrophilicity/Hydrophobicity of Polymer Surfaces
Measurement of friction by the chemical force microscope (CFM)

The scanning probe microscope (SPM) can be used for the technique for evaluation the surface functions of polymer materials. It is possible to analyze those thin films and films which have been endowed with the functions of hydrophilicity or hydrophobicity by chemically modifying the probe of SPM and measuring the friction between the probe and polymer surface.

• Evaluation of Hydrophilicity/Hydrophobicity of Polymer Surfaces
Measurement of friction by the chemical force microscope (CFM)
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Evaluation of Thickness of Degraded Layer of Polymer Surface

It is possible to use the nanoindentation method to obtain information on dynamic viscoelasticity in the depth direction (nm) at various temperature levels to determine to what extent the degradation of various polymer materials has proceeded owing to the effects of heat, light, etc.

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Non-destructive Inspection for Voids in Insulating Materials (1)

If there is a void in an insulating material, an electric field will concentrate in that part, and a small amount of discharge will occur. This is called a partial discharge. By detecting the transfer of the charge (charge amount) taking place at this time, any defect in the material can be evaluated on a non-destructive basis. The degree of a void can be evaluated by determining the level of the voltage at the time of the start of the partial discharge.

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Non-destructive Inspection for Voids in Insulating Materials (2)

In this test based on IEC 60664-1, the charge amount is measured with the voltage kept for a given time. This test provides a simple method for inspecting the conditions of a void in a sample.

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Quick Analysis of Stabilizers for Polyolefins

The X-ray reflectivity method provides a means for evaluating the thickness, density and interface roughness of thin films and multi-layer films on the nanometer scale.

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Evaluation and Analysis of the Structure and Properties of High-Performance Plastic Composite Materials

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Interface Structure Analysis of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP)
- TEM -

In the observation of carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) by use of the electron microscope, the carbon fiber (CF) being hard and brittle would collapse and was difficult to process when the microtome cutting technique was used. We have successfully developed a technology for clearly observing the interface structure of the CF/resin and the crystal structure (lamella) of the crystalline resin at the same time, while preventing the collapse of the CF by using our proprietary pretreatment and cross-section cutting techniques.

• Interface Structure Analysis of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP)
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Evaluation of Nanocomposite Materials
-X-ray Analysis and Electron Microscope-

Nanocomposite materials are attracting attention as materials for use for the purpose of reducing the weight of automobiles, aircraft, etc. The dispersion state of the fillers at nano levels, an important factor in determining the properties of the materials can be evaluated by means of X-ray analysis and the electron microscope, among other things.

• Evaluation of Nanocomposite Materials
-X-ray Analysis and Electron Microscope-
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Internal Structure Analysis of Cellulose Nanofiber-based Polymer Materials (1)
- TEM -

In recent years, cellulose nanofiber (CNF) has been attracting attention as a reinforcing material for polymer composite materials, a material for reducing the weight of materials, a material that puts low stress on the environment and a high-performance material. Our proprietary pretreatment dyeing technology and electron microscopic observation technology
have now made it possible to observe the internal structure of the CNF and polymer phases of CNF-based polymer materials at the same time.

• Internal Structure Analysis of Cellulose Nanofiber-based Polymer Materials (1)
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Internal Structure Analysis of Polymer Composite Materials and Nanocomposite Materials
- TEM -

In recent years, polymer composite materials and nanocomposite materials are attracting attention as a material for reducing the weight of materials and a material that puts low stress on the environment in a broad range of areas including the automotive and information equipment fields. We offer to you a dispersibility evaluation and interface structural analysis of polymer composite materials and nanocomposite materials using electron microscopic observation making use of our proprietary pretreatment technology.

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Internal Structure Analysis of Cellulose Nanofiber-based Polymer Materials (2)
- TEM -

In recent years, polymer composite materials and nanocomposite materials are attracting attention as a material for reducing the weight of materials and a material that puts low stress on the environment in a broad range of areas including the automotive and information equipment fields. We offer to you a dispersibility evaluation and interface structural analysis of polymer composite materials and nanocomposite materials using electron microscopic observation making use of our proprietary pretreatment technology.

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Comprehensive Analysis of Phase Separation Structure for Polymer Alloy
- TEM and Nano IR -

A comprehensive analysis of the phase separation structure of polymer alloy by use of TEM and nano IR has made a high-precision analysis possible.

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