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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, webinars 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

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15 December 2022

Press review: Quantifying the Long-Term Stability of Food Formulations published in food Marketing & Technology

Foodstuffs are often mixtures of different ingredients and are therefore liable to separate. It is important to quantify these separation processes to optimise food product formulations. The MultiScan MS 20 dispersion stability analysis system, developed by DataPhysics Instruments, can reliably and efficiently analyse food dispersions regarding their destabilisation and aging. The following use case evaluates five milk substitutes and compares the occurring destabilisation mechanisms.

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22 November 2022

Press release: Milestones of the Swabian measuring instrument manufacturer DataPhysics Instruments

Filderstadt, 22 November 2022. Since August 1997, DataPhysics Instruments has been developing, manufacturing, and distributing laboratory measuring devices for the characterisation of interfaces and surfaces. From the beginning, the focus has been on the development of innovative and modular measuring instruments as well as user-friendly software. This product philosophy will remain at the core of the company.

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28 October 2022

Press release: Zeta Potential Analyzer validated by Leibniz Institute for Polymer Research e.V. Dresden

Filderstadt, 28 October 2022. The Leibniz Institute for Polymer Research in Dresden has successfully validated the measurement results of DataPhysics Instruments’ ZPA 20 zeta potential analyzer. The long-standing cooperation between the measuring instrument manufacturer and the institute has ensured that the measuring system meets the highest quality requirements. The bidirectional, oscillating measurement method used by the ZPA 20 zeta potential analyzer is patented and allows high-quality data sets in shortest measurement times.

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13 October 2022

Use Case: Wettability Studies for 3D-Printed Tablets

The pharmaceutical industry steps into the future: DFE Pharma, a company developing excipient blends for the formulation of pharmaceutical drugs, is researching 3D printing as a innovative way to produce tablets. To gain insights into the wetting behaviour of powders, DFE Pharma is using an optical contact angle measuring and contour analysis system of the OCA-series, developed by DataPhysics Instruments.

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19 - 22 February 2023

The Adhesion Society - 47th Annual Meeting

Our subsidiary is part of the Adhesion Society's annual meeting, which takes place from 19 to 22 February in Orlando, USA.

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27 February - 1 March 2023

Asia Sales Meeting

From 27 February to 1 March, the sales partners of DataPhysics Instruments from the Asian area will meet in Bangkok, Thailand.

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16 - 17 March 2023

Fair: Laborama

DataPhysics Instruments will be exhibiting at Laborama in Brussels, Belgium, on 16 and 17 March.

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