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Posted On Mar 19, 2013


Instron Supporting Britain's Economic Growth

The BBC sheds light on where to place bets for Britain’s future economic success. The recent segment displays a repertoire of Instron’s single column 3300 machine, dual column 5900 machine, and Bluehill® software running tests at the Tissue Regenix laboratory.

Posted On Mar 15, 2013


The Evolution of Composites Testing

In insights from industry, Ian McEnteggart, Composites Manager, talks to AZoM about key processes in today’s composites testing world and how they are transforming the application for composites. Ian shares the value of unique testing methods, specialized instrumentation, and meeting national standards.

Posted On Mar 07, 2013


Protect Your Investment: The Instron BioCoat

Do you perform mechanical testing with an Instron BioPuls Bath, a homemade bath, or with wet specimens? Medical devices and biomaterials are often tested in a bath of water or saline heated to 37 °C (body temperature) to replicate a more physiologically accurate environment. While this creates an accurate simulation, using liquid can pose a risk of damaging your Instron system, since many of the frame’s electronics are housed directly under the liquid-filled test space. More often than not, the risk usually comes from filling and emptying the bath.