Torsion testing system

ADMET Inc. (Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.) has introduced MTWIST, a torsion testing system for failure, proof and product testing, and for combined axial-torsion testing. This third-generation system consists of a 32-bit Windows application program and an easy-to-install machine interface box that reportedly provides the

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ADMET Inc. (Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.) has introduced MTWIST, a torsion testing system for failure, proof and product testing, and for combined axial-torsion testing. This third-generation system consists of a 32-bit Windows application program and an easy-to-install machine interface box that reportedly provides the necessary connectivity to control electrohydraulic and electromechanical torsion test machines, regardless of the manufacturer or the age of the equipment, making it suitable for either new or retrofit installations or for manual "hand torquing" applications. The test measurements exceed ASTM standards for accuracy and repeatability, says the company. MTWIST can be used to test materials and products like metals, construction products, automotive parts, sporting goods, medical devices, polymers, adhesives and other materials.