Universal Testing System – Static Hydraulic Industrial Series

The Industrial Series from Instron includes high-capacity, hydraulic testing systems for tension and compression applications. Ranging from 300 kN (67,500 lbf) to 2,000 kN (450,000 lbf), standard models feature large diameter columns and sturdy components for greater frame stiffness and durability. Taking into consideration, the crucial importance of operator safety, these models add superior-quality materials, components, and craftsmanship. Tailor-made designs are also available in higher capacities or unique configurations such as compression-only or horizontal frames.

Testing Systems

Industrial Series DX/HDX Models

Industrial Series DX/HDX Models

The Industrial Series DX/HDX Models test concrete, wood, and metals with a two-test design and a single footprint for shear, tension, compression, and bend/flex testing.

Industrial Series KPX Models

Industrial Series KX/KPX Models

The Industrial Series Single Test Space UTMs like the KPX Model, test the compression, tension, and bend of concrete, metal, wood, wire and composties.

Industrial Series LX Models

The Industrial Series LX Models test wire, metals, and composites with compression, shear, tension, and bend/flex testing in a single, large test space.

Industrial Series HVL Models

Industrial Series HVL Models

To test fasteners, wood, wire, metals, and concrete, the Industrial Series HVL Models use tension, bend/flex, compression, and shear testing with a long test stroke.

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