This flyer explains the differences between: percentage of total extension at fracture (At); percentage elongation after fracture (A); Non-Proportional Elongation (NPE); and the benefits of using an Automatic Extensometer when testing to ISO 6892-1:2009 for metals applications.
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The Industrial Series DX Compression-Only Models – ideal for testing metals, concrete, asphalt and soil specimens – features a large test space and single footprint that saves valuable lab floor space, utilizes special fixtures for stabilometer and moisture exudation testing, and increases operator productivity and comfort.
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Due to changing demands in the construction industry, rebar manufacturers may see an increase in requirements, the use of stainless steel grades, and additional needs for mechanical couplers. Instron offers solutions to these challenges that may affect the current testing programs.
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Instron testing systems are designed to meet the these challenges-- Like Suitable Strain Measurement, Impact Testing High-Strength Materials, Testing Full Section Pipe/Tube, Specimen Geometry-- as the Pipe and Tube Industry moves towards the facilitation of global standarization.
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Sutures are used in a variety of different surgical procedures to close wounds and aid in tissue healing. They are manufactured from a variety of different absorbable and non-absorbable materials, and may be a single filament or braided with or without a coating. Tensile strength is a critical measure of performance during and after surgical procedures.
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Hypodermic needles are usually manufactured out of stainless steel and the material and design must be tested to evaluate the needle’s maximum tensile strength and yield strength.
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