The DMA EPLEXOR Ultra-High Force Series offer static and additional dynamic force levels from max. ± 2000 N to max. ± 6000 N each, and are thus considered to be the ideal choice for analyzing the dynamic mechanical (or only static) properties of rigid samples and also the properties of specimens with bigger dimensions – even component parts. The modular design of these instruments allow them to accommodate add-ons to additionally perform tests on such properties as heat build-up, fatigue, rolling resistance or blow-out.
Set for the Future
The EPLEXOR® series allows effortless upgrades to the basic instruments with many additional accessories or options. It is possible to exchange strain or force sensors.
With the appropriate software and/or hardware add-ons (which can also be retrofitted), EPLEXOR® DMTAs can be transformed into, for example, a Goodrich flexometer (ASTM D623), an instrument for high-temperature application or a 24/7 system with automatic sample changer.
Continuous Operation with the Second-to-None NETZSCH GABO Autosampling Systems
By adding one of the two available autosampling systems (MPAS – multi-purpose automatic sample changer or ASC – automatic sample changer), any EPLEXOR® DMTA can be transformed to a fully-automatic testing system for up to 160 samples, supporting tension, bending, compression and shear modes. The unrivaled MPAS also enables the insertion of sample holders in arbitrary order.
Designed to Investigate Highly Stiff Materials
Based on a separation between the dynamic and the static drive in combination with blade springs, it is possible to apply total force levels of up to 16000 N (static + dynamic) to the sample, enabling optimal conditions for studying ceramics, composites or metals.
Maximum Safety during Tensile and Fatigue Tests
As tensile or fatigue tests at the highest force levels are mostly destructive experiments, the electrodynamic shaker needs effective shock absorption. This is guaranteed by the unique blade spring system included in NETZSCH GABO instruments.
Highly Economic LN2 Cooling
Optimized cooling control permits low liquid nitrogen consumption while operating at sub-ambient temperatures.