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November 2003
New ExPress universal testing machines from ADMET

ADMET Inc. (Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.) introduces the ExPress line of servo-hydraulic universal testing machines. The new, floor-mounted models feature a static crosshead and a bottom-mount servo-hydraulic piston for automatic testing in tension or compression. The design accommodates the small adjustments necessary when

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Posted on: 11/1/2003
High-Performance Composites

ADMET Inc. (Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.) introduces the ExPress line of servo-hydraulic universal testing machines. The new, floor-mounted models feature a static crosshead and a bottom-mount servo-hydraulic piston for automatic testing in tension or compression. The design accommodates the small adjustments necessary when testing similar types of specimens and eliminates expensive movable column components by incorporating piston strokes of 12 inches or longer, which reduces purchase price and calibration costs. The machines are available in capacities from 50 kilo-Newtons (11,250 lb) to 600 kilo-Newtons (135,000 lb). All units feature closed-loop digital control (choice of onboard controller or PC-based control) and a wide range of optional accessories. Select 230

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