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Higher Force Capacities, Axial/Torsional Capabilities and Horizontal Configurations for Electrodynamic TestingIntroducing New MTS Acumen Solutions
Electrodynamic technology provides a clean, quiet and energy-efficient way to test materials and components. However, some test types are difficult or impossible to perform using an electrodynamic solution due to the limited force and rotational capability of many electrodynamic test systems. Recent additions to the MTS Acumen product line, including test systems with up to 12kN force capacity, axial/torsional capabilities or a horizontal configuration, extend electrodynamic options for a greater variety of applications.
Higher & Lower Force
With the capacity to test up to 12kN or down to milli-Newtons, the MTS Acumen product line has solutions for a wide array of test applications. In the past, there were some applications, such as orthopaedic studies, that required higher forces than most electrodynamic systems could deliver. Now MTS provides options to meet more materials testing needs with an electrodynamic system.
The MTS Acumen test systems with axial/torsional capabilities offer higher speeds, higher torque and more continuous rotation to accommodate a wider range of materials. For example, in the biomedical industry, these systems can be used for biomechanics studies, dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA), and the testing of bone screws, small medical devices, adhesives, packaging and much more.
Especially when dealing with a fragile or intricate specimen, testing is often more practical or application appropriate when the specimen can be positioned horizontally. The new MTS Acumen 1H is a horizontal test system designed to simplify the testing of such things as microelectronics and lightweight specimen that require fluid medium support.
Contact MTS today to learn more about how these elegantly engineered, energy-efficient MTS Acumen test systems can increase testing ease and accuracy.
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