Dynamic and Fatigue Test Systems

Instron offers an extensive range of fully-integrated dynamic and fatigue testing systems from 1000 N up to 5000 kN. Incorporating servohydraulic, servo-electric and linear motor technologies, these test instruments cover a broad range of fatigue, dynamic, and static testing applications. These applications include high-cycle fatigue, low-cycle fatigue, thermo-mechanical fatigue, fracture mechanics, crack propagation and growth studies, fracture toughness, bi-axial, axial-torsional, multi-axial, high strain rate, quasi-static, creep, stress-relaxation, and other types of dynamic and static tests.

Damper Test Systems

Damper Test Systems

The damper test systems are ideal for evaluating the damping force of two/four-wheeler/rail shock absorbers. These are available in single and dual station modules. Many other damper specific application systems are available to explore

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General Purpose Hydraulic Fatigue testing systems

General Purpose Hydraulic Fatigue

General purpose servohydraulic systems ideal for high-cycle and low-cycle fatigue, fracture mechanics and quasi-static testing.

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Servo Electric Test Systems

Servo Electric Test Systems

Servo Electric Actuator Systems are uniquely designed for the low strain rate requirements of LCF testing, utilizing electric technology to minimize infrastructure requirements and running costs.

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Axial Torsion Test Systems

Axial Torsion Test Systems

Axial Torsion Test Systems handle both axial and torsional displacement on the specimen and specimen fixturing without backlash along either axis.

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Biaxial Cruciform Test Systems

Biaxial Cruciform Test Systems

Biaxial cruciform testing systems combine the axial loading of four independent actuators to deliver precision center-point control for studying in-plane biaxial material fatigue properties.

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High Temperature  Fatigue

High Temperature Fatigue

High temperature fatigue testing includes Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF), Thermomechanical Fatigue (TMF) and Electro-Thermal Mechanical Testing

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