Welcome to DataPhysics Instruments
God made the bulk, surfaces were invented by the devil. - Wolfgang Pauli (1900 - 1958) Nobel laureate in Physics
Pauli’s quote illustrates that the analysis of surfaces and interfaces is quite a challenging task. True to our motto
Understanding interfaces, DataPhysics Instruments has been meeting this challenge since 1997 and providing researchers in science and industry, around the globe, with highly specialised, application targeted measuring instruments.
With our extensive portfolio of measuring devices and complementing accessories as well as our well equipped application centre we ensure that everyone has access to the necessary instrumentation to
look the devil in the face. Last but not least our seminars and knowledge database guarantee an easy to grasp knowledge transfer so you are able to understand interfaces as well as we do.
Understanding Interfaces - Where others regard interfaces as a mystery, we provide clarity
26th of March 2019
Topview contact angle measurement – now even on smallest surface areas
With the picolitre dosing system PDDS and a new, special topview measuring system from DataPhysics Instruments it is now for the first time possible to measure contact angles in topview automatically even on smallest surface areas, using the optical contact angle measuring systems of the OCA series.
17th of September 2018
OCA 200 is a finalist for the 2018 R&D 100 award
Our contact angle measuring and drop contour analysis system for microscopic and macroscopic structures OCA 200 is a finalist for the 2018 R&D 100 award.
15th - 16th of May 2019
EUROFINISH + MATERIALS 2019
The EUROFINISH + MATERIALS 2019 takes place at the Brabanthal in Leuven, Belgium.
15th - 17th of May 2019
2019 Shanghai International Colloid
The 2019 Shanghai International Colloid and Interface Related Application Technology and Products Exhibition takes place at the Shanghai International Sourcing Center in Shanghai, China.
4th & 5th of June 2019
- Optical contact angle measurement & drop shape analysis