HIGH STRAIN RATE ROTATIONAL SYSTEMS

High-speed dynamic tests are used to simulate automobile accidents, aircraft crashes, munitions explosions, and other high-impact events. The types of tests are both compression and tension tests.

The fracture behavior of many materials depends on several factors including the speed of the applied load. High-speed tensile tests provide characterization of the tensile properties of metals and plastics at high speed. These parameters are particularly significant for crash simulations.

New EA series

HIGH STRAIN RATE ROTATIONAL SYSTEMS

High-speed dynamic tests are used to simulate automobile accidents, aircraft crashes, munitions explosions, and other high-impact events. The types of tests are both compression and tension tests.

The fracture behavior of many materials depends on several factors including the speed of the applied load. High-speed tensile tests provide characterization of the tensile properties of metals and plastics at high speed. These parameters are particularly significant for crash simulations.

No maintenance

High reliability

High efficiency

Wide range of use

Simple installation

Benefits

New EA series

HTM high-speed testing machines can be widely used for testing plastics. They are characterized by high test speeds and wide force ranges and can be used flexibly in tensile and compression tests. In addition, they can be equipped with a climatic chamber to perform tests at different temperatures.

  • Created for HCF tests [High Cycles Fatigue]
  • Designed to work in multiactuator mode or alone.
  • Dynamic loads range up to 200kN
  • Zero maintenance and easy installation
  • Low energy consuming
  • Highly reliable test.

ELECTRODYNAMIC ACTUATORS WITH LINEAR MOTORS FOR HIGH STRAIN RATE TESTING

In the development of electrodynamic axes, we have created a new series of machines for very high dynamic applications. This new range of machines, all based on linear motors, is divided into two families: HUD and XUD.
The former is also suitable for endurance tests thanks to its high continuous dynamic forces, the latter is dedicated to short-duration tests with the achievement of higher accelerations. These machines enjoy, as is our tradition, the advantages inherent in electric machines.

ELECTRODYNAMIC ACTUATORS WITH LINEAR MOTORS FOR HIGH STRAIN RATE TESTING

In the development of electrodynamic axes, we have created a new series of machines for very high dynamic applications. This new range of machines, all based on linear motors, is divided into two families: HUD and XUD.
The former is also suitable for endurance tests thanks to its high continuous dynamic forces, the latter is dedicated to short-duration tests with the achievement of higher accelerations. These machines enjoy, as is our tradition, the advantages inherent in electric machines.

No maintenance

High performance

High efficiency

Wide range of use

Quick and easy installation

Benefits

Advantages of electrodynamic technology

  • Outstanding dynamic performance
  • Almost zero installation costs
  • Outstanding price/performance ratio
  • Zero maintenance thanks to the absence of a mechanical transmission
  • Low consumption, high efficiency of electric motor
  • Flexible geometric configuration: machine
  • Available as a linear actuator without structure
  • UD actuators are ideal for fatigue tests up to 2 m/s and 10g
  • HUD/HUDL actuators are ideal for dynamic tests up to 6 m/s and 45g
  • XUD actuators are ideal for dynamic tests up to 6 m/s and 90g
New EA series
  • Closed-loop force and displacement control via Test Centre controller
  • High-resolution data acquisition in 24bit
  • Can be installed on any type of structure
  • Up to 8 controlled and synchronized axes
  • Control station in a separate and independent position
  • Simple and flexible test management via Test Center graphical interface
  • Wide variety of grips, dedicated test accessories, and load cells
  • Integration with extensometers and climatic chambers

High strain rate

Plastica

TEST MATERIAL STANDARD DESCRIPTION
High strain rate Plastic ISO 8256 Determination of tensile-impact strength
High strain rate Plastic SAE J2749 High-speed tensile testing of polymers