Versatile Servohydraulic Fatigue Testing Systems INSTRON 8801, INSTRON 8802 and INSTRON 8806
The force capacity is up to 500 kN, the measurement error is 0.5%.
The equipment provides complete testing solutions to satisfy the needs of advanced materials and component testing and is ideally suited for fatigue testing. The servo-hydraulic machines INSTRON have a range of functional facilities that make them the most neoteric and technologically advanced systems of this class.
• high load capacity
• patented Dynacell load cell features compensation for inertial loads caused by heavy grips and fixtures
• usage of the 19-bit resolution across the full range of transducers with a frequency of simultaneous data polling on all 5 kHz sensors allows you to avoid obtaining inaccurate data when several additional data channels are used (strain, temperature, etc.)
• Align-Pro digital sample centering device avoids errors when a sample skews
• built-in LVDT sensor allows you to track the forcer and grippers movements with an accuracy of 1 micron
BiSS servohydraulic material testing machine, model Nano
Maximum dynamic capacity ± 25kH
The machine provides static and fatigue tests with alternating loading of the compact metal samples and composite materials.
The column clearance is 400 mm and the maximum daylight is 700 mm.
The machine includes a set of accessories for testing such as 3-point bend fixtures with adjustable span width, a mounted extensometer for axial strain measurement, a crack extension detector (COD gage).
Stereo microscope Carl Zeiss Stereo Discovery V20
Objectives: 0.63x – 2.3x (Available magnification range x4,7 – x345)
Stereo microscope Carl Zeiss Stereo Discovery V20 is a fully motorized stereoscopic microscope with an image documentation system, a graphics processing server and multimodule software ZEN (Carl Zeiss) for obtaining images of thin sections, fracture surfaces, determining the size of cracks, pores and other macrodefects. It is possible to obtain a series of images along the axis Z, using the extended focus option. The presence of a camera and a lambda-plate, which is shifted into one of the observation channels, prevents the appearance of glare on the object and makes it possible to do documentary of the most complex objects with high quality. Research methods: transmitted-light brightfield, reflected light darkfield, illumination and contrast methods.
Carl Zeiss Axio Observer A1 Microscope
Objectives: 5x / 0.13; 10x / 0.2; 20x / 0.4; 50x / 0.7; 100x / 0.8
The microscope allows to research in reflected light on the methods of the bright field, dark field and polarization, to solve a number of problems in the study of large and heavy parts in metallography, such as the study of the structural components of materials, parts and processing steps control. Achromatic reflex-free optics, combined with a large field of view (23 mm), make it possible to obtain a clear image of the observed object at magnifications from x50 to x1000. The microscope is equipped with a program for measuring the linear dimensions of the solid-state structures micro-relief, as well as for analyzing the materials microstructure images. The software allows determining the size, shape, position of grains, pores, inclusions, phases, etc.
High precision digital Wolpert Vickers tester 432-SVD with the automatic hardness calculator
HV0,3 (2,94 N), HV0,5 (4,90 N), HV1 (9,81 N), HV3 (29,42 N), HV5 (49,03 N), HV10 (98,07 N), HV20 (196,1 N), HV30 (294,2 N).
The tester is designed for hardness measuring of medium, hard and very hard materials. It integrates a sophisticated precision mechanism and a photoelectrical software system for the indentation displaying with the diagonals measurement ability.
Vickers hardness value could be also calculated and obtained by inputting the measured diagonal length into an integrated calculator.
Stationary hardness tester Brinell TN600 Time Group inc.
62.5 kg (612.9 N), 100 kg (980.7 N), 125 kg (1226 N), 187.5 kg (1839 N), 250 kg (4903 N), 750 kg (7355 N), 1000 kg (9807 N), 1500 kg (14710 N), 3000 kg (29420 N).
The tester is designed Brinell scale hardness to measure for cast iron, steel products, non-ferrous metals, soft alloys and products made from them. The hardness measurement is made by pressing a hardened steel ball of a certain diameter on the specimen surface with a specified test force. After the specific time of holding and then unloading the test force, the imprint measurement can be carried out by means of a microscope with an increase of x20.
High-frequency pulsator Zwick Amsler 100 HFP 5500 +100 kN with an environmental chamber
Test frequency is 35 – 300 Hz, test temperature is from -80 ° to + 250 °
Resonance testing machine with the range of loads. Nominal force is 100 kN, static (maximum) force is ± 100 kN, dynamic (maximum) force is ± 50 kN. The application area covers such as an endurance tests, fatigue tests and operational strength tests of materials and finished products. One can install various standard samples and complex elements in the high-frequency pulsator by means of available grippers. Maximum height: 3050 mm, width: 750 mm, depth 600mm.
Testing Machine Instron 8850
Torque 0-2000 Nm, test load 0-250 kN, measurement error 0.5%
The machine is designed for determination the mechanical properties of materials, components, products with simultaneous dynamic effects on the sample axial force, torque and internal pressure at normal and elevated temperatures.
Instron environmental chamber
The temperature range is from ˗70 °С to +350 °С
It allows the test samples to sustain in corrosive environments at temperatures from -70 °C to + 350 ° C.
Motorized pendulum impact tester 600MPX Instron
Depending on the SI scale, available capacity is 600 J.
The tester is preferred for metals impact testing to Charpy and Izod standards. The error is 2%, the cross sections of the test samples are: 10×10 mm, 5×10 mm. The tester is equipped with the software that allows you to control the system and generate the necessary data for calculating the impact strength values.