Slow Speed Static and High Frequency Fatigue Testing – ElectroPuls

With over ten years of performing tests over billions of cycles, ElectroPuls systems are the proven materials testing instruments using patented linear motor technology. Offering high-frequency fatigue testing and slow-speed static, this versatile testing capability means ElectroPuls systems are suitable for any lab or office space. Select from axial only or combined axial-torsion systems that can supply up to 10 kN and 100 Nm. Available in three sizes, just pick the one that's appropriate for your needs. The ElectroPuls is a simpler, smarter, safer way to meet your testing requirements.


Redefining the Test Space


Redefining the Testing Experience

Capability without Complexity


Safety Without Sacrificing Usability

Secure Workflow with Low & High drive power

ElectroPuls Applications

ElectroPuls systems offer excellent versatility in testing solutions in a range of different industries, including consumer electronics, orthopedics, biomedical, and research institutions. To help users explore numerous different customer applications running on ElectroPuls, the company has grouped them into the following categories: Validation, Materials, Simulation, and Universal.

    E1000 E3000 E10000
Dynamic Linear Force Capacity ±N 1000 3000 10000
Torque Capacity
(on bi-axial variants)
±Nm - 25 100
Linear Stroke mm 60 60 60
Torsional Rotation - - up to ±16 revolutions up to ±16 revolutions
Mounting - Table Table Floor
Instron® | ElectroPuls Simulation

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