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Fatigue testing machine 8806
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fatigue testing machine
fatigue testing machine
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Characteristics

Test type
fatigue
Test material
concrete, materials
Technology
dynamic, servo-hydraulic
Other characteristics
static, 4-column

Description

Instron® supplies a range of 4-column, servohydraulic fatigue testing machines for up to 5000 kN force capacity. These high-capacity fatigue testing machines feature high-stiffness and precision-aligned load frames, with hydraulic lifts and locks, and actuator in the upper crosshead. The precision mechanical systems, combined with the advanced features of the 8800 digital controller and Dynacell™ load cells, enable Instron to supply fully-integrated turnkey solutions to meet the most demanding applications. The system can be used to cover a broad range of static and dynamic test applications, covering metals, rebar, high-force fracture mechanics, aerospace panels, civil engineering components, wire ropes, or concrete. From a computer interface, Console Software provides full system control, including waveform generation, calibration, limit set up, and status monitoring. Add WaveMatrix™ block loading software for simple and advanced cyclic tests on materials or components or Bluehill® software for static tests. Features Up to ±5000 kN (1120 kip) axial force capacity Four-column, high-stiffness, and precision-aligned load frame Hydraulic lift and locks of upper crosshead Actuator in upper crosshead Vertical daylight options to suit test application Dynacell load cell features compensation for inertial loads caused by heavy grips and fixtures Range of grips, flexure fixtures, compression platens and other accessories Instron manufactures a range of servohydraulic fatigue testing machines.

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