AT3 Automated Testing System: Configured for Foil Testing

The Instron® AT3 Automated Testing System utilizes an innovative, adaptable design for testing a variety of materials including: rigid plastics, elastomers, rubber, thin film, foam, and metals. In this video, the AT3 is testing foil specimens for EV batteries. Normal tensile testing of foils can prove challenging, but the versatile AT3 makes it easy, improving repeatability, safety, and efficiency by automating everything from measurement to specimen handling and removal. With a smaller footprint than the AT6 robotic system, the AT3 provides a simple and compact solution while still maintaining high throughput and accuracy.

AT3 Automated Testing System: Configured for Thin Film Testing

The Instron® AT3 Automated Testing System utilizes an innovative, adaptable design for testing a variety of materials including: rigid plastics, elastomers, rubber, thin film, foam, and metals. In this video, the AT3 is testing separator film for electric vehicle batteries. Normal tensile testing of films can prove challenging, but the versatile AT3 makes it easy, improving repeatability, safety, and efficiency by automating everything from measurement to specimen handling and removal. With a smaller footprint than the AT6 robotic system, the AT3 provides a simple and compact solution while still maintaining high throughput and accuracy.

Instron® | 落錘衝撃試験機 | 9400シリーズ 引張衝撃試験

引張衝撃試験は、ISO 8256規格に従い、プラスチック用衝撃試験機を使用してポリマーの靭性を測定します。ポリマーが柔軟すぎるか薄すぎるため、シャルピーまたはアイゾッド衝撃試験が適さない場合は、一般に一軸引張衝撃試験を相対的に高い歪み速度で行う必要があります。

AT3 Automated Testing System: Configured for Medical Glove Testing

The Instron® AT3 Automated Testing System utilizes an innovative, adaptable design for testing a variety of materials including: rigid plastics, elastomers, rubber, thin film, foam, and metals. In this video, the AT3 is testing medical gloves to EN 455-2: “Medical gloves for single use - Requirements and testing for physical properties” but can also be used for common thin film testing including ASTM D882: “Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Thin Plastic Sheeting.”

Named Transducers in Bluehill Universal
Instron’s® Bluehill software allows you to name your transducers, such as load cells or extensometers, to be easily recognized and linked to Bluehill test methods. Utilizing this capability can prevent the incorrect load cell from being used and ensures the test method can be shared across multiple systems without risk of referencing the wrong transducer.
What Is an Extensometer?

Strain measurement is a key component of mechanical testing and is required by nearly all relevant ASTM and ISO standards. Instron offers a wide range of strain measurement devices to suit every material and application. From simple bonded strain gauges to the most advanced video extensometry, all of our devices are designed and manufactured by Instron engineers to meet our own stringent accuracy standards. If your testing application requires a creative solution, our Custom Engineering Group is available to design and implement a strain measurement solution that meets your needs.

ElectroPuls® E20000

Instron® E20000は、ElectroPulsシリーズに新たに追加された20 kNの動的リニア容量と130 Nmのトルク容量を持つ試験機です。 この電気駆動式試験機は従来のE10000システムの2倍のリニア容量を持ち つつ、見た目の試験機のサイズ感はほぼ同じです。最新の自動電動クロスヘッドクランプにより、試験空間のサイズ調整を素早く簡単に行うことができます。既存製品と同様、インストロンの先進的なデジタル制御エレクトロニクス、二軸のDynacell™ ロードセル、特許を取得した試験片の剛性に基づく簡単なチューニング技術を採用しています。

Instron ElectroPuls®自動XY ステージ

ElectroPuls 自動XYステージは複数個所の試験を行いたい場合や、タッチパネルの指押し操作のシミュレート(試験)やバッチサンプルの自動試験を行うことができる画期的なシステムです。

Axial Clip-On Extensometer

Instron’s static axial clip-on extensometers are a quick and easy solution for measuring strain and are suitable for use on a wide range of materials such as plastics, metals, and composites. Our decades of strain measurement experience have helped us optimize the design of these devices to include: lightweight, rugged, cross-brace design that eliminates errors caused by physical distortion; built-in protection to reduce damage caused by over-extension of the device; and device arms that are designed to require minimal force to stay attached to the specimen, thus minimizing knife-edge slippage during testing. All extensometers comply with both the ASTM E83 and ISO 9513 standards and are supplied with calibration certificates showing the individual performance of each unit at its factory calibration.