Dynamic test instruments

  • 03-Aug-2009 03:30 EDT
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Instron’s ElectroPuls E10000 and E10000 Linear-Torsion all-electric dynamic test instruments are used for a range of testing requirements, from slow-speed static tests through high-frequency dynamic tests at over 100 Hz; they enable a variety of mechanical tests to be conducted. Unlike conventional servohydraulic technologies used for dynamic testing, the systems feature no oil or high-pressure power supply, are air-cooled, and only require a single-phase electrical supply. Both models are capable of up to 10,000 N, and the E10000 Linear-Torsion features a combined linear-torsion actuator for biaxial tests of materials and components. Features include a stiffness tuning wizard to ensure achievement of critical loads, a T-slot table for flexible test setups, and electrically operated crosshead lifts.
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