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Instron Announce Lab Health Check Initiative to Help Laboratories Build a Business Case for Modernisation

Instron, a leading provider of testing equipment designed to evaluate the mechanical properties of materials and components, are pleased to announce their new Lab Health Check initiative.

The new campaign is designed to help you to get the best out of your current equipment by assessing your existing situation, and helping you to build the business case you need for modernisation within your lab.



Whilst often overlooked, investing in existing equipment can be both a cost effective and efficient way of increasing the capability and throughput in your lab. It could also mean reduced machine downtime and maintenance costs, increased productivity and efficiency as a result of access to the latest software and training, and enhanced testing capabilities in order for you to meet the changing needs of your customers and their materials. The best bit is that you can be benefitting from all of this without the need for capital expenditure.

Our aim is to help you to build a successful business case for upgrading old equipment, and start improving the capability, reliability and productivity of your equipment right away. The benefits of this could have a greater impact than just within your lab; previous customers have seen an increase in operator satisfaction, as well as finding that a modernised lab improved both their ability to win new customer business, and the intake of engineering talent within their teams.

To take advantage of this initiative, simply book a free consultation and we will provide insight into the status of your existing equipment, as well as assistance on building a cost-effective and efficient strategy for the modernisation of your lab.

Nick Shrubsall, Product and Marketing Manager for Instron’s Dynamic Upgrades and Accessories, and leader of the Lab Health Check initiative, says:

“The most encouraging thing is that when customers have successfully applied for the funding to upgrade their first system, the benefits are so clear that it becomes even easier to get the future funding required to invest in other systems. With the Lab Health Check initiative Instron can set you off on the right path.”

Don’t wait for your old machines to let you down, contact Instron to schedule your free Lab Health check, and let us set you off on the right path for modernisation today.

About Instron

Instron is a leading global manufacturer of testing equipment for the material and structural testing markets used to evaluate materials ranging from native tissue to advanced high-strength alloys. Instron systems perform a variety of tests such as compression, cyclic, fatigue, impact, melt flow, multi-axis, rheology, tensile, and torsion. Providing single-source convenience through a comprehensive range of solutions and localised service & support, Instron’s broad range of service capabilities include assistance with performance verification & calibration, standards compliance, testing system relocation, staff training, and preventative maintenance.

The Instron Centres of Excellence around the world ensure that behind every Instron system is an unprecedented commitment and dedication to quality and customer satisfaction. Instron remains involved with various ASTM and ISO committees, gaining first-hand knowledge of recent and upcoming changes to standards that affect our customers.

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