Instron® Professional Services have provided on-site validation and documentation services to support Installation Qualification/Operational Qualification (IQ/OQ) validation for many years. This service, provided by the original equipment manufacturer, is designed to ensure that your Instron testing equipment is suitable for its intended purpose and is capable of producing valid results (per FDA 21 CFR 820.72). Additionally, you save time and resources by using Instron Professional Services to complete the IQ/OQ validation testing. Our experienced service team will use Instron’s proven documentation pack that is tailored to your individual needs and contains necessary IQ/OQ documents, calculation work sheets, and manuals.
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Instron professional services are now accredited to carry out on-site NVLAP calibrations for gauged TUPs under 100kN. This calibration can be carried out on your machine thus minimising the amount of time your equipment is down and enabling you to be back up and testing in only a few hours.
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The eLearning course, The Essentials of Biomedical Course, is an online based overview of the basics of biomedical testing. The course is ideal for new operators, employees with limited biomedical background and lab managers who are seeking a refresher.
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The eLearning The Essentials of Biomedical Testing Course is an online based course that provides an introduction to the world of biomedical testing. The course is broken down into six sections. There is a mix between informational talking points as well as demonstrations across the videos to better help communicate important information. The course includes self-check quizzes and a certificate of completion will be awarded after successful completion of the course.
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Our eLearning course is specifically tailored for operators and managers who wish to learn about the possible errors in their data in a convenient, leisurely fashion. This course is a mix of lecture and live demonstrations intended to be as relatable to the viewer as possible.
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When running in load control, shaking or vibration coming from the machines motor can occur. This is due to the proportional gain factor (feedback) being set incorrectly. The proportional gain factor is material specific. Tuning the gain setting will adjust how quickly the Instron frame’s motor reacts to changes in force measured by the load cell.
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