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TANDEM is an integrated, automated, on-line pharmaceutical tablet characterization tool providing tablet weight, thickness, hardness and NIR content uniformity analysis.
The new NanoTest Vantage system from Micro Materials Ltd offers a range of mechanical tests on the nano-scale, allowing the researcher to build a complete picture of material performance. The nanotest Vantage can characterise you samples using numerous techniques including nanoindentation, nano-impact and fatigue, nano-scratch and wear and nano-fretting.
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The 5kN top-load testing model offers an economic solution for top-load testing on a variety samples.
The zwicki-Line is a stiff, flexible yet affordable solution for a very wide range of materials and component testing both in research and development environments as well as for routine quality control. Using alternative configurations it is possible to test plastics, elastomers, papers, cardboard, textiles, foam materials, wires, foodstuffs or components.
Vibrophores are used for determining component and material durability with respect to fatigue life and fatigue limit, for example via fatigue testing to DIN 50100 (S-N curve) under tensile, compression, pulsating and alternating loads.
DWT high-energy drop-weight testers from Zwick are designed to perform testing and evaluation of fracture surfaces of ferritic steels as outlined in standards, including ASTM-E 436 EN 10274, and API-RP 5L3. Different versions are available with sizes of 20, 30, 40, 60, 80 and 100KJ. During the test, weights fall on to a sample secured at both ends and break it.
The fully automatic ZHV30/zwicki-Line hardness testing machines from Zwick feature closed-loop technology. They offer reduced testing costs and require minimal operator influence, guaranteeing effective and cost-efficient low load hardness testing.
The loading rate is one of the factors influencing the fracture behavior of most materials. Constitutive equations and relevant data are required for numerical calculation of crash safety. The HTM servo-hydraulic high-speed testing machines from Zwick enable determining strain-rate-dependent characteristic values over a broad range of speeds.
The LTF-631 High Speed Dielectric Cure Monitor is designed for the study of rapidly reacting materials in Research and Development, Quality Assurance or Quality Control, and Production applications involving thermoset materials such as resins, composites, paints and coatings.
Tensile and compression deformations can be performed on all types of materials with high resolution and in a non-contact manner using the videoXtens extensometer. The materials include foils, films, composites, rubbers, metals, and plastics.
TA Instruments offers the advanced Q800 dynamic mechanical analyzer (DMA) that uses non-contact, linear drive technology to provide excellent stress control. It also features unique air bearings for low friction support.
Zwick has designed the 'roboTest F' (Clamp) robotic testing system for non-rigid samples such as non-wovens, textiles, foils, and films. It is also possible to test plastic and metallic samples wires using the appropriate sample grips.
The Ceramicomb-1” is designed for use in presses, molds or harsh environments where a rugged, reusable dielectric sensor is desired.
The 895 Professional PVC Thermomat is used to determine the thermostability of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and associated copolymers automatically. The analysis system consists of eight measuring positions in two heating blocks.
Torsion drives can be installed in zwicki-Line materials testing machines such as the Materials testing machine zwicki-Line Z2.5 TX or Z5.0 TX to carry out single and multi-axial loading tests (tensile or compression combined with torsion) during materials and component testing.
Buehler’s SimpliMet™ 3000 mounting press is a valuable device in labs as it makes mounting easy with its completely automatic operation and a range of mold sizes.
The HA Series from Zwick is a line of classical servo-hydraulic testing machines mounted with a testing actuator in the lower crosshead. They are specially designed to determine properties of materials when subjected to cyclic loading, for instance Low Cycle Fatigue and fracture mechanics. DIN 50100 describes the general fatigue test.
HDT/Vicat instruments from Zwick perform testing in a user friendly manner in product monitoring, goods inwards checks research and development, and education and training purposes. Various models are available with up to six testing stations depending on the requirements.
The LT-451 Dielectric Cure Monitor is a versatile compact instrument developed for research and development, quality assurance or quality control and production applications that involve thermoset materials such as resins, composites, paints and coatings.
The robotic testing system 'roboTest R' (Polar) from Zwick is used for fully automatic tensile tests on metallic specimens (e.g. to EN 10002-1) or tensile and flexure tests on plastics specimens (e.g. to ISO 527-2, ISO 178 or ASTM D638).
HB servo-hydraulic testing machines from Zwick consist of a testing actuator installed on the upper crosshead. This feature makes the machines highly versatile. The integration of the optional T-slotted platform allows the machines to perform component testing, flexure tests, as well as standard fatigue tests.
The HIT230F Drop Weight Tester from Zwick is designed for multiaxial impact tests on plastics to ISO 6603-2, ASTM D 3763, ASTM D 3029 (Method B) at room temperature and in expanded temperature ranges and for pre-damaging composite plates for standard aerospace industry CAI (compression after impact) tests to Airbus AITM 1- 0010 /6-2005, Boeing 7260.
AllroundLine System offered by Zwick is ideally suited for all fields of applications.
Buehler’s SimpiMet XPS1, a type of electrohydraulic automatic compression mounting system, is designed to provide speedy cycle times to the sample mounting method.
The ductility of sheet metals can be tested and evaluated with Zwick’s Sheet Metal Testing Machines. Zwick offers BUP testing machines in five models with a maximum ram force of 100, 200, 400, 600 or 1000kN.
The new RSA-G2 is the most advanced platform for mechanical analysis of solids. The separate motor and transducer technology of the RSA-G2 insures the purest mechanical data through independent control of deformation and measurement of stress.
The 'roboTest B' (Compact) robotic testing system from Zwick is designed for performing fully automatic flexure tests (for instance ISO 178) and tensile tests (for instance ASTM D638 and ISO 527-2 on plastic samples.
Zwick’s 'roboTest L' (Linear) robotic testing system can perform tensile tests on metallic samples (for instance JIS Z2201, ASTM E8, and EN 10002-1) and flexure and tensile tests on plastic samples (for instance ISO 178, ASTM D790 (IV), or ISO 527-2 (1A, 1B, 1BA)) in a completely automatic fashion.
Non-contact deformation measurements on a variety of materials can be performed with extensometers involving the use of laserXtens systems from Zwick.
Labthink’s i- Strentek 1100 Auto Tensile Tester is a device used for evaluating physical properties such as seal strength, compressive strength, tensile strength, and peeling of adhesives, composite and plastic films, medical plasters, release paper and foils.
ProLine products were developed for customers who want high quality testing systems to carry out routine or standard quality control tests. Most tests are carried out on components and for basic materials testing. The benefit of these products lies in their ease of use.
LECO’s automatic hardness testing system AMH55 is designed to maximize productivity and measure impressions on different surface conditions for a wide number of applications.
Zwick’s state-of-the-art universal hardness testing machines use innovative electromechanical technology for high precision testing in a wide range of applications, particularly for quality assurance, production-line testing and in the laboratory.
Mecmesin range of twin column, high capacity top load testers offer the ideal solution for testing large heavy samples.
The new DMA 242 E Artemis combines ease of handling with the user-friendly Proteus® measurement and evaluation software. This makes it fast and easy to characterize the dynamic-mechanical properties as a function of frequency, temperature and time.