By Landon Goldfarb, Senior Applications Engineer, Instron Universal testing systems are most commonly known for performing tensile or compressive tests on raw materials, often with specimens in simple geometries. These tests are usually driven by testing standards, and insights are typically limited to what can be found in a material data sheet. Raw materials are […]
Instron, a provider of testing equipment designed to evaluate the mechanical properties of materials and components, is celebrating its 70th anniversary on March 15, 2016. This milestone marks continued success in providing customers with the highest quality products, expert support, and world-class service. Instron was established in 1946 by Harold Hindman and George Burr, who were […]
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Instron, a leading provider of testing equipment designed to evaluate mechanical properties of materials and components, is collaborating with Dr. Julie Phillippi & Dr. Thomas Gleason at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.
With their research focused on understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms of ascending aortic aneurysms in patients with bicuspid aortic valve and other heritable disorders, Instron TGT will be providing the instrumentation and mechanical environment to develop a model and evaluate the diseased state in vitro.
Instron®, a leading provider of testing equipment designed to evaluate mechanical properties of materials and components, announces the release of their latest version of Bluehill® 3 Materials Testing Software, v3.31.
V3.31 integrates Bluehill 3 with Instron’s TrendTracker Software for results management using powerful database archiving and search capabilities. It also offers features for improved control and data acquisition, simplified testing workflows, new results visualization options, seamless connectivity with Eurotherm controlled environment chambers and high temperature furnaces, and new application test methods. These features specifically make advanced tests in the areas of metals, composites, and plastics easier to setup, run, and analyze.
Instron®, a leading provider or testing equipment solutions designed to evaluate mechanical properties of materials and components, introduces TrendTracker, a software package for managing and analyzing test results for Bluehill 3 Materials Testing Software.
Plastic disposable syringes were first introduced in 1961. When the “Disposables Revolution” arrived, it greatly reduced the number of infections transferred between patients because syringes became single-use only. Medical operations also became more efficient as the sterilization process for reusable glass syringes was no longer required. The transition from glass to plastic syringes seemed like a no-brainer.
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