Ebatco’s Nano Analytical and Testing Laboratory (NAT Lab) provides advanced and critical analyses, measurements and tests of materials and devices on nano/micro scales. Our lab services support worldwide customers in R&D of novel materials, new products and process optimization, root-cause determination of failed parts, system and part performance verifications, industrial and regulatory compliance tests, and legal investigations. NAT Lab’s multidisciplinary expertise spans from chemistry, materials science and engineering, nanoscience, nanotechnology, physics, surface science, to tribology. We have worked with a majority of material types such as steel, metal, ceramic, glass, polymer, and biological samples, existing in nanostructures, thin films, coatings, composites, fibers, wires, MEMS or bulk and complex formats. Our Ph. D. level expertise, broad experience and state-of-the-art instruments have given NAT Lab a leading position in nano and micro scale characterization of materials and devices.

NAT Lab strives to provide you with thorough and satisfactory solutions for your unmet and challenging needs in a timely and professional manner, and at market competitive prices. For a complete brochure about the NAT Lab services, please download the PDF document or contact us directly.

Chemical
Chemical
DSC
EDS
Refractive Index
SEM
STA
TGA
Contact Angle
Contact Angle
Contact Angle
Dynamic Contact Angle
Interfacial Tension
Micro Contact Angle
Powder Contact Angle
Surface Free Energy
Liquids
refractive index
Density
Refractive Index
Surface/Interfacial Tension
Viscosity
Mechanical
Nanoindenter
Microindentation
Microscratch
Modulus Mapping
NanoDMA
Nanoindentation
Nanoscratch
Metallurgy
SEM
EDS
Failure Analysis
Metallography
Microhardness
Nanohardness
Sample Preparation
SEM
SPM
Microscopy
Microscopy
Optical
SEM
SPM
Particle Size
Particle Size
Coulter Principle
Dynamic Light Scattering
Laser Diffraction
Pore Size
Pore Size
Pore Size
Thermal
Thermal
DMA
DSC
Specific Heat
STA
TGA
TMA
Tribological
triboster
Friction
Wear
Zeta Potential
Delsa Nano
Particle
Solid Surface