ElectroPuls Test Instruments measure impulse and fatigue of athletic footwear in accordance with ASTM F1614, as well as testing other properties of the shoe.
The ElectroPuls E3000 instrument can be used to test the fatigue life of compressor valves to minimize failure from the return spring or cracking in the membrane.
An ElectroPuls E1000, a Dynacell, and a compression platen can be used for dynamic tests of computer keyboard durability with simulated normal presses of the keys.
Elastomeric materials can be tested with waveform parameters in different control modes with a servohydraulic fatigue system featuring a Tri-Modal Control.
Instron's dynamic systems assist laboratories in testing the strength and fatigue life of femoral nails for healing after reconstructive surgery.
ElectroPuls and 8870 test instruments can determine the fatigue life and impact performance of orthopedic devices used in reconstructive surgery.
ISO 14801 prescribes the ideal way for performing fatigue tests in a fluid bath for pre-angled dental implants made to help the existing bones and support them.
The ElectroPuls E3000 All-Electric Instrument performs fatigue tests for stents and stent grafts, with multiple specimens to simulated blood flow.
When used with a temperature chamber, the E1000 All-Electric Dynamic Test Instrument can prevent failures with lower dynamic fatigue testing of plastics.
ElectroPuls and 8800 servohydraulic systems can test impact, fatigue, and fracture to the thin, hard wire cord used to reinforce motor vehicle tires.
The BioPuls range maintains mimics human tissues like the esophagus in testing material properties to help design bio-engineered replacements.