Instron complies to BSS 7260 and AITM-0010 for finding the compression strength of impacted composite specimens used in the aerospace industry.
Use an Industrial Series 150LX Model and a spherically seated compression platen to test cubes of hydraulic cement mortars and comply with ASTM C109.
For moisture exudation testing of compacted soil, Instron adds simplicity with Partner Testing Software that allows users to leave during the test.
A dual column electromechanical test frame works with the high compressive forces in determining the in-plane shear strength of reinforced plastics.
The 3300 Series or 5500 Series testing machines with compression platens follow ASTM D575-91(2012) Method A in testing compression and deflection of rubber.
Compression testing of rigid plastics determines properties like the modulus of elasticity, yield stress, and compressive strength.
ASTM F1306 specifies a standard test probe diameter and sample test diameter for collecting data on flexible barrier films to increase accuracy and repeatability.
ASTM F2267 advises on in vitro axial-compression tests to compare fusion implants used in spinal intervertebral body fusion devices.
A rounded probe attached to a load cell on a Universal Testing Machine may mimic a human finder opening seals on pharmacy bottles.
Learn how you can use a universal testing system to evaluate the texture and crunchiness of cereal using a universal testing machine.
ASTM C39 gives standards to protect operator safety for compression testing freshly cured and drilled core samples of cylindrical concrete.
With the decreasing size of cell phones, keypads need to be tested for the force needed to use the keys to minimize accidental typing and increase usability.
With the ElectroPuls, the 8800 controller with Modal Control simulates springs needed to determine the specifications of an ideal spring for an auto-injector.
EN12430 determines the correct way to understand the behavior of thermal insulation products under a point compression force in installation or application.
To characterize a variety of sensory texture properties of confectionery products using a 3300 Series or 5900 Series testing system with a 3-jaw chuck and food probe.
A 5942 testing machine can be used with a saline bath to test the compression of an intraocular lens made to improve the eyesight of a patient.
Instron's syringe test fixture works for various specifications and follows ISO 7886-1 to test the aspiration and injection of liquids.
In following ISO 844, one can understand the compressive stress/strain relationship, properties of rigid cellular plastics, and compressive strength.
Texture Profile Analysis encourages consistency in the manufacture of various foods, as well as quantifying the relationship between mechanical properties and texture of foods.
Instron's multi-needle and single-needle test fixtures reduce time in testing needle insertion force in the development and quality control of needles.
Instron's syringe fixture for Universal Testing Systems provides an accurate representation of conditions in order to test the forces within needles and syringes.
A custom Instron fixture was designed to work alongside a 5965 frame to test the force needed to push a tablet through a blister pack.
Stent grafts reduce the chance of risk in treating aneurysms, and their radial force can be tested to minimize movement with a RX675.