Tabletop 312R Series electromechanical universal test machines are popular test machines and are configured by an applications engineer. Several different controllers and test software options make it possible to perform a wide range of tensile, compression, shear, flexure, peel, adhesion, friction, tear, cyclic, and flexural bend tests. The 312R Series machine features dual column frames with load ratings up to 25 kn (5500 lbs) and speeds up to 20 ipm (500mm/m).
The Dynatup 9250 an instrumented impact testing machine that tests impact properties of polymers, metals, composites and full components. Testing equipment designed to evaluate mechanical properties of materials and components, announces the Dynatup 9250, an instrumented impact testing machine that tests impact properties of polymers, metals, composites and full components. It is ideally suited for the aerospace, automotive, biomedical, and packaging markets.
MTI 100K Electromechanical Universal Testing Machine Systems are offered in ten standard force capacities ranging from 1,000 pounds to 100,000 pounds (5 kN to 450 kN) force. All systems are fully computer controlled, and include a state-of-the-art Windows 7 based Pentium computer data-acquisition and control system with full features and capability including data-base analysis and networking. All testing, such as tensile testing, can be controlled based upon Displacement, Load, Stress or Strain.
DMATA Instruments’ Q800 DMA, based on a combined motor and transducer design, uses advanced, non-contact, linear motors to control stress and measure strain with a highly sensitive optical encoder. Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) is a technique used to measure the mechanical properties of a wide range of materials. DMA works primarily in the viscoelastic range of a material and is therefore more sensitive to structure than a typical tensile test. With its unique design, the Q800 is also ideal for high-stiffness applications including composites.
The TA.XTplus Texture Analyser is Stable Micro Systems' flagship texture analysis instrument, capable of measuring virtually any physical product characteristic such as hardness, fracturability, adhesiveness, gel strength, extensibility of foods, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, gels, adhesives and other consumer products.
It presents a small portable solution for your texture analysis testing measuring up to 50kg in force, and as such it is the Texture Analysis Professional's instrument of choice.
Designed for use with the JEOL JSM-6490LV scanning electron microscope, where it permits live SEM observation/recording of visible changes in tested materials through failure. Also can be used with the optical microscope or as a data-logging test module, with no image display.
Thermal Gravim Analysis (TGA) is commonly used to determine selected characteristics of materials that exhibit either mass loss or gain due to decomposition, oxidation, or loss of volatiles (such as moisture). Common applications of TGA are (1) materials characterization through analysis of characteristic decomposition patterns, (2) studies of degradation mechanisms and reaction kinetics, (3) determination of organic content in a sample, and (4) determination of inorganic (e.g.