VHS High Strain Rate System POD

The Instron VHS is designed to perform tests from quasi-static to high strain rates of up to 1000/s, offering an integrated solution for a wide range of high strain rate testing requirements.

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  • 6/13/2019
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ElectroPuls

With more than ten years of running tests over billions of cycles, ElectroPuls systems are the established materials testing instruments using patented linear motor technology. Offering slow-speed static and high-frequency fatigue testing, this versatile testing capability means ElectroPuls systems are ideal for any lab or office space. Choose from axial only or combined axial-torsion systems that can deliver up to 10kN and 100Nm.

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  • 6/5/2019
  • 4.7 MB

High Capacity Servohydraulic Systems

Instron high capacity systems are servohydraulic fatigue testing systems that perform high force static and dynamic tests on specimens up to 5000 kN. These machines use the same software, electronics, and interfaces as all of our general hydraulic fatigue machines, which ensures continuity and consistent experience across machines in your laboratory.

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  • 5/29/2019
  • 0.8 MB

Axial-Torsion Testing

Axial-torsion testing machines help characterize biaxial mechanical properties of materials, both in static and dynamic conditions, which helps in choosing the right materials for different applications where components are exposed to axial torsion loading profiles.

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  • 5/29/2019
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Thermomechanical Fatigue (TMF) Testing Systems

Instron Thermomechanical Fatigue testing systems provide a fully integrated, turnkey solution for analysis of combined thermal and mechanical loading cycles on high performance materials.

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  • 5/29/2019
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Thermomechanical Fatigue (TMF) Testing Systems

Instron® Thermomechanical Fatigue testing systems provide a fully integrated, turnkey solution for analysis of combined thermal and mechanical loading cycles on high performance materials.

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  • 5/29/2019
  • 0.6 MB