Hot compression mounting is an economical method of encapsulating samples that can withstand the pressure and heat of the mounting process.
These mounting powders are used to make conductive samples for scanning electron microscopy and electrolytic polishing.
Copper-based powder provides very good edge retention and should be used for analyzing samples where copper is not a primary constituent.
Graphite-based conductive mounting powder offers higher hardness and is recommended for specimens without carbon as a component.
|155-10010||Mounting Powder, Copper-Based Conductive, 1 lb. (0.45 kg)|
|155-20010||Mounting Powder, Graphite-Based Conductive, 1 lb. (~0.45 kg)|
|155-20015||Mounting Powder, Graphite-Based Conductive, 5 lb. (~2.3 kg)|