8802TT Equipo de Ensayo de Fatiga Axial-Torsional
The precision mechanical systems, combined with the advanced features of a two-axis 8800 digital controller and an axial-torsional fatigue-rated Dynacell™, enable Instron to supply fully integrated turnkey solutions to meet the most demanding applications.
Console software provides full system control from a PC, including waveform generation in both axes, calibration, limit set up, and status monitoring. Add WaveMatrix™ block loading software for simple and advanced axial-torsion tests on materials or components, or Bluehill® 2 software for static tests on the axial axis.
- Combined axial-torsional actuator with de-coupled connecting mechanism
- ±100 kN (22,500 lbf) axial force capacity
- ±1000 Nm (880 in-lb) torque capacity
- Twin-column, precision-aligned load frame
- Hydraulic lift and locks of the upper crosshead
- Actuator in upper crosshead
- Patented Dynacell load cell featuring compensation for inertial loads caused by heavy grips and fixtures in both axes
- Wide range of axial-torsional grips, fixtures, and accessories
The Instron 8850 series system is a floor model biaxial servohydraulic dynamic test system that provides axial and torsional load on a specimen in an integrated biaxial actuator. With a precision aligned, high-stiffness twin-column frame, the 8850 series meets the challenging demands of a varied range of both static and dynamic biaxial testing requirements.
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Axial-torsion testing machines help characterize biaxial mechanical properties of materials, both in static and dynamic conditions, which helps in choosing the right materials for different applications where components are exposed to axial torsion loading profiles.
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The 2527 Series load cells are designed for use with Dynamic Testing Systems; offering exceptional performance with the ability to measure forces as low as 1/250th of the force capacity to an accuracy of 0.5% of reading. Automatic transducer recognition and electrical calibration, makes them easy to use. The load cells can withstand loads up to 150% of their force capacity without damage and 300% without mechanical failure. All Instron load cells are individually temperature-compensated and tested for accuracy and repeatability on calibration apparatus that is traceable to international standards, with a measurement uncertainty that does not exceed one-third of the permissible error of the load cell.
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