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Strong Parallel base process & Mid-Range


1 Supper computer
single processor

Mid-Range parallel processor & High


2 Supper computer
Single base processor

Commonly used to perform tensile,


Mid-range Universal test compression, and bend tests on metals,
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system (Instron 5969) composites, plastics, textiles, rope, and
automotive components.

Commonly used to perform tensile,


compression, and bend tests on high
High-Capacity Universal
4 strength metals and alloys, advanced
test system (Instron 5989)
composites, aerospace and automotive
structures, bolts, and fasteners.
General purpose servohydraulic systems
ideal for high-cycle and low-cycle fatigue,
fracture mechanics and quasi-static testing.
The 8801 provides complete testing
solutions to satisfy the needs of advanced
materials and component testing, and is
General Purpose Hydraulic ideally suited for high- and low-cycle
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Fatigue fatigue testing, thermomechanical fatigue
testing, and fracture mechanics. The higher
capacity of up to 100 kN, a larger working
space, a high stiffness, and the precision of
alignment all make the 8801 an
exceptionally versatile and reliable testing
system.

Designed primarily for medium capacity


(565 Nm - 5,650 Nm) torsion testing of
materials and components, the MT torsion
systems offer accurate, multi-turn
6 Torsion Testing capability, and high-rotational stiffness.
The system torque cell is attached to a
movable crosshead, which can be
positioned at any location along the linear
slide.

1- Measurement the energy absorption of


composite materials under impact load
2- draw load- displacement graph and
Drop weight impact test calculate the amount of energy absorbed by
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machine the specimens
3- data acquisition system to record the
force and displacement history

1- study of high-velocity impact


phenomena on composite materials
8 Light gas gun 2- measurement of residual velocity of
projectile after perforation
Digital Image Correlation (DIC) is a 3D,
full-field, non-contact optical technique to
measure contour, deformation, vibration
and strain on almost any material. The
technique can be used for many tests
including tensile, torsion, bending and
9 USB 3 CMOS Camera
combined loading for both static and
dynamics applications. The method can be
applied from very small (micro) to large
testing areas – and the results are readily
comparable with FEA results or strain
gauges.

The Q-400 TCT system is designed for


complete three dimensional and highly
sensitive warpage, thermal expansion
measurement and strain analysis of
materials and components in the heating
and cooling phase. Areas from 50 mm x 70
mm down to 2 mm x 3 mm can be
Q-400 DIC TCT – For
investigated. Measurements can be done
10 thermal expansion, strain
from room temperature up to 300°C and
and warpage measurement
down to -40°C. The system is specially
suited for thermal expansion measurement
of electronic components and is
successfully used in the development and
testing of complex (anisotropic) materials,
components and structures in electronic
applications.
The 3D High-Speed Image Correlation
System Q-450 allows the full-field, non-
contact and three-dimensional dynamic
measurement of shape, displacements and
strains on components and structures made
High Speed DIC -
from almost any material. Based on the
11 Vibration Analysis and
digital image correlation technique, the Q-
Transient Events
450 system, is designed for full-field
vibration analysis and high speed transient
events. E.g. ballistic testing, fracture
mechanics, shock excitations, the
Hopkinson Bar test or Impact Testing.

To be used in Universal test system to


12 2580 Series Load Cells
control the system

To be used in Universal test system for


13 Extensometers
measuring the strain
Instron environmental chambers provide
Environmental Chambers extensive temperature testing capabilities
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and Furnaces for evaluating material properties under
non-ambient testing conditions.

Pneumatic side action grips are an effective


solution for gripping a wide range of
materials and specimen types, including
fibers, wires, sheet, foils, film, textiles,
Pneumatic Side Action
15 plastics, elastomers, and components.
Grips
Repeatable gripping force and speed of
operation make pneumatic grips the ideal
choice for a wide range of testing
applications.

The model 2810-005 coefficient of friction


fixture is a testing fixture to measure the
16 Friction Fixtures static and kinetic coefficient of friction of
plastic film and sheet using the ASTM D
1894 standard.

The manual wedge action grip is designed


for easy specimen loading, alignment and
positioning. After initial face to specimen
contact, gripping force will increase as the
testing load increases. Virtually no pre-load
Mechanical Wedge Action
17 is seen during specimen clamping due to
Grips
Instron's design of moving grip bodies.
This makes them particularly suitable for
testing high strength materials, such as
metals and composites, ensuring that
specimen slippage is eliminated.

Screw action grips provide a very simple


and efficient method for holding test
specimens in a wide range of applications.
The dual-acting design means that jaw
18 Screw Side Action Grips
faces can be adjusted to accommodate
different specimen thicknesses, this ensures
that the line of tensile force remains
concentric with the grip body.
The flexure fixture allows a variety of
flexural and fracture toughness bond tests
to be performed, including determination
General Purpose Flexure of flexural modulus, flexural strength and
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Fixtures flexural yield strength.
Easy to install, the 3 point fixture can be
modified with an optional conversion kit to
provide a 4 point bending conversion.

Pneumatic cord and yarn grips provide a


convenient method for clamping fiber,
20 Textile, Cord and Yarn cord, yarns and fine braided wires to
reduce the problem of jaw breaks
associated with testing these materials.

Test space enclosures or protective shields


are sometimes a necessary accessory
depending on the type of specimen being
21 Protective Shields tested. Violent failures of specimens are
common when testing rebar, cable,
composites, rock, or any other material that
shatters or creates projectiles upon failure.

Bluehill Universal is 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
22 Bluehill Universal Dashboard, a stunning large-format touch
monitor with an integrated controller.
Intuitive workflows make it easy to train
new or experienced users, simplify
operator training, and allow you to start
testing even faster than ever before.
DIC is an optical technique that compares
images of a tested specimen’s surface to
generate full field strain and displacement
maps. It creates pictures that can be used to
visualize strain and displacement over the
full two dimensional surface of the test
specimen.
Digital Image Correlation
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(DIC) Software DIC Replay Software is a self-contained
2D DIC package. The software consumes
images and calibration data saved by the
Instron® Advanced Video Extensometer
(AVE) and works in a post-processing
mode. The user interface leverages the
same tabbed style and graphical design of
Bluehill

The TrendTracker Viewer provides an


intuitive interface to search, display, and
analyze results over time, and across
multiple samples and test frames. No more
file searching and copy-paste. The search
TrendTracker™ Analysis
24 results can also be exported to file formats
Software
that can be easily opened in statistical
packages like Minitab and MATLAB. The
TrendTracker Viewer also makes the data
accessible to appropriate audience across
your company.