Electrodynamic test instruments

Instron (Norwood, Mass.) has developed a new family of electrodynamic test instruments called ElectroPuls. The ElectroPuls systems, model E1000 (1000N) and E3000 (3000N), can perform static and dynamic testing of materials and components, including both carbon- and glass-reinforced polymers or any composite that

Instron (Norwood, Mass.) has developed a new family of electrodynamic test instruments called ElectroPuls. The ElectroPuls systems, model E1000 (1000N) and E3000 (3000N), can perform static and dynamic testing of materials and components, including both carbon- and glass-reinforced polymers or any composite that requires less than 3000N, as well as thin films, wires, ceramics and electrical components. The air-cooled instruments are powered from a single-phase electrical supply and feature a T-slot for flexible test setups and electrically operated crosshead lifts. instron.gocomp.biz/8