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
11 June 2021
Talk announcement: Investigation of plasma effects on implants
Our managing director Dr. Sebastian Schaubach will give a talk on the Investigation of plasma effects on implants as part of the webinar series plasma in the medical sector of the relyon plasma GmbH
24 November 2020
The new Zeta Potential Analyzer ZPA 20
The Zeta Potential Analyzer ZPA 20 is a compact measuring instruments that utilises the patented bidirectional oscillating streaming potential method. It is designed to measure the zeta potential of various macroscopic solid samples with highest accuracy and within shortest time.
We currently offer webinars on the following topics:
- basics on the surface analysis
- optical drop shape analysis
- MultiScan technique for dispersion stability analysis
15 - 17 November 2021
The ARABLAB 2021 takes place at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
8 - 9 June 2022
The 1st International Conference on Wettability Science and Associated Technologies takes place at the Coventry University Technology Park in Coventry, England.