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Fatigue testing machines apply cyclic loads to test specimens. Fatigue testing is a dynamic testing mode and can be used to simulate how a component/material will behave/fail under real life loading/stress conditions. They can incorporate tensile, compressive, bending and/or torsion stresses and are often applied to springs, suspension components and biomedical implants.
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Featured Equipment
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.
Other Equipment
ElectroForce® test instruments from Bose provide exceptional fidelity, precision and versatility for a variety of test applications. Our newest ElectroForce 3550 test instrument features a 15 kN dynamic force capability, using two linear motors in tandem, and has the largest range of displacement of all the ElectroForce instruments. Dynamic performance is dependent on test specimen characteristics, fixturing and test specimen configuration.
The compact Zwick HC table-top fatigue testing machines are great space-savers. With the testing actuator mounted in the upper crosshead and the series-standard T-slot platform, flexure and component tests can be performed in addition to standard tests.
The Instron ElectroPuls™ E1000 is a state-of-the-art electrodynamic test instrument designed for dynamic and static testing on a wide range of materials and components.
The 8801 servohydraulic testing system meets the challenging demands of a varied range of both dynamic static and static testing requirements. The 8801 provides complete testing solutions to satisfy the needs of advanced materials and component testing, and is ideally suited for high and low cycle fatigue testing, thermo-mechanical fatigue testing and fracture mechanics.
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.
TestBench instruments are specifically designed for component testing, and their modular design enables users to select the components and configurations to suit their specific testing needs in a compact, space-saving package.
The Kappa series are versatile high-precision creep testing machines for maximum cost-effectiveness. The test frame has four steel columns for high lateral and axial stiffness.
The Bose ElectroForce® planar biaxial TestBench instrument has been spcifically designed for the characterization of soft tissues and biomaterials.
The ADMET eXpert 81T series table top torsion testing machines are available in vertical or horizontal orientations. Systems employ a linear slide design for maximum torsional stiffness and minimal axial friction. A reaction torque transducer is attached to a movable tail stock mounted on a linear slide. The tail stock can be left free floating or clamped during testing. All torsion testers feature unlimited rotation in both directions and are suitable for static and fatigue testing.