A World of testing Capabilities

A World of Testing Capabilities


With more than ten years of running tests over billions of cycles, ElectroPuls systems are the established materials testing instruments using patented linear motor technology. Offering slow-speed static and high-frequency fatigue testing, this versatile testing capability means ElectroPuls systems are ideal for any lab or office space. Choose from axial only or combined axial-torsion systems that can deliver up to 10kN and 100Nm. Available in 3 sizes, simply pick the one that's right for you. ElectroPuls, a simpler, smarter, safer way to meet your testing needs.

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Instron® electromechanical universal testing machines perform tensile, compression, bend, peel, tear, and other mechanical tests on materials and products to ASTM, ISO, and other industry standards. These systems are available in a range of sizes and maximum force capacities. From small, low-force systems for testing microelectronics, biomaterials, and films in the biomedical and electronics industries, to large, high-force systems for testing metals and composites in the automotive and aerospace industries, Instron has systems suitable for all applications.

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Bluehill® Universal

Bluehill Universal is our latest static testing software, built from the ground-up for touch interaction. The new portrait layout, with its meticulously crafted visual design, gives the most comprehensive view of the test workspace on the Operator Dashboard, a stunning large-format touch monitor with an integrated controller. Bluehill Universal’s large touchpoints and intuitive gestures make the user experience simpler and smarter. While maintaining all of the power and flexibility found in previous versions of Bluehill Software, Bluehill Universal boasts many advanced capabilities, such as pre-loaded test methods, QuickTest in seconds, and enhanced data exporting.

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Secrets of Reliable Testing

Even the most experienced of us make mistakes, whether we like to believe it or not! We are human after all. Knowing what mistakes we are making and how to avoid them can save a lot of trouble down the line. In the materials testing world, one important question that needs to be asked is: “Are you getting inconsistent results even though you are using the same method, testing machine, operator or material in your tests?” At the end of the course, you will be fully equipped with the knowledge that your future tests will be consistent, accurate and repeatable.

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