After producing aircrafts and automobiles with aluminum, manufacturers test the fracture toughness with a 8801 system with Fracture Toughness software.
ElectroPuls Test Instruments measure impulse and fatigue of athletic footwear in accordance with ASTM F1614, as well as testing other properties of the shoe.
ASTM F1717 defines methods for static, fatigue, and torsion testing of spinal constructs to minimize failure from normal patient activity and fatigue.
ASTM F2077 reveals the axial-compression, compression-shear, and torsion tests needed to understand spinal intervertebral body fusion devices.
The 8874 axial torsion system aligns with the needs of static and cyclic testing on implants for spinal intervertebral disc prostheses in accordance with ASTM F2346.
After orthopedic reconstructive surgery, metallic bone plates need to help the bone heal while supporting the bone segments, and flexural fatigue testing is needed.
The ElectroPuls E3000 instrument can be used to test the fatigue life of compressor valves to minimize failure from the return spring or cracking in the membrane.
An ElectroPuls E1000, a Dynacell, and a compression platen can be used for dynamic tests of computer keyboard durability with simulated normal presses of the keys.
Instead of a simple uniaxial test, a cruciform, or cross-shaped plate, with four actuators helps with testing structures for multi-axial stress.
To prevent drill tip failure from cyclic loads and amplitude vibrations, test the drill tips with a 8874 testing system with compression and torsional loads.
Elastomeric materials can be tested with waveform parameters in different control modes with a servohydraulic fatigue system featuring a Tri-Modal Control.
Instron's dynamic systems assist laboratories in testing the strength and fatigue life of femoral nails for healing after reconstructive surgery.
ElectroPuls and 8870 test instruments can determine the fatigue life and impact performance of orthopedic devices used in reconstructive surgery.
ISO 14801 prescribes the ideal way for performing fatigue tests in a fluid bath for pre-angled dental implants made to help the existing bones and support them.
The 8870 and ElectroPuls systems can determine the fatigue properties of tibial trays used with total knee replacements to prevent failure from biological reactions.
ISO 16402 tests the performance of acrylic resin cements under static and cyclic loading to determine the flexural fatigue and quasi-static bend.
ISO 6872 lists the requirements for dental ceramics and methods for strength testing, which can be performed with a Universal Testing Machine or an ElectroPuls.
The Femoral Fatigue Fixture surpasses the requirements of ISO 7206-4, 7206-6, and 7206-8 for testing of artificial hip implant prostheses by stimulating performance.
Many soft tissues, such as skin or collagen, are delicate specimens with low ultimate strength values and require a testing system to be highly sensitive to low-force measurements and small displacements.
The ElectroPuls tests strong metals created from sintered powder metal carbides for machine tools with compression, fatigue, tension, and flexure.
To be NADCAP compliant, aerospace companies need to pass a checklist for mechanical tensile testing to ensure correct alignment and bending.
With different frequencies and consistent displacement amplitude, damper durability tests are performed on automobile components to calculate peak force.
The ElectroPuls E3000 All-Electric Instrument performs fatigue tests for stents and stent grafts, with multiple specimens to simulated blood flow.
When used with a temperature chamber, the E1000 All-Electric Dynamic Test Instrument can prevent failures with lower dynamic fatigue testing of plastics.
ElectroPuls and 8800 servohydraulic systems can test impact, fatigue, and fracture to the thin, hard wire cord used to reinforce motor vehicle tires.
The BioPuls range maintains mimics human tissues like the esophagus in testing material properties to help design bio-engineered replacements.