BioPuls Submersible Pneumatic Grips and a Temperature-Controlled Bath can imitate the behavior of human tissue in order to test the strength of tissue adhesives.
The 5940 Series Testing System with pneumatic side-action grips can test the adhesive strength of medical packaging for pre-packaged devices and instruments.
Following ASTM F88, a test with the 3345 system determined the strength of a seal on packaging for disposable medical devices to secure the sterilization.
With a variable angle peel fixture to stimulate real conditions, technicians can test the adhesive strength of tissue adhesives of the biomedical industry.
Instron's CP102517 syringe fixture follows ISO 7886-1:1993 Annex D to calculate the liquid leakage of a syringe piston under compression.
Instron's syringe testing figure assists pharmaceutical manufacturers in determining the force needed to eject medications from needles and syringes.