Systems for Dynamic and Fatigue Testing use servohydraulic and linear motor technology to test biomaterials and medical devices.
General purpose servohydraulic systems ideal for high-cycle and low-cycle fatigue, fracture mechanics and quasi-static testing.
Controller upgrades are a great way to give existing hydraulic equipment a new lease of life and bring the benefits of modern electronics and software to your laboratory.
High temperature fatigue testing includes Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF), Thermomechanical Fatigue (TMF) and Electro-Thermal Mechanical Testing (ETMT).
8862 Electric Actuator Systems are uniquely designed for the low strain rate requirements of LCF testing, utilizing electric technology to minimize infrastructure requirements and running costs.
High strain rate VHS systems characterize strain rate dependent materials such as automotive crash structures at test speeds of up to 25m/s.
Axial-torsion 8850 series systems are available for static and fatigue testing with combined axial and torsional loading of up to 2000Nm and 250kN.
Biaxial cruciform testing systems combine the axial loading of four independent actuators to deliver precision center-point control for studying in-plane biaxial material fatigue properties.