TORSIONAL TESTING MACHINES
The best solution for STATIC and FATIGUE torsion testing. TM TorsionMachine systems are available in a wide range of loads, with torque capabilities up to 700 Nm. The compact design requires minimal space in the laboratory and offers high levels of frame rigidity and alignment. Equipped with STEP Lab’s high-performance control electronics, the TM series provides accurate test and control data for testing products and specimens such as wires, fasteners, switches and springs.
The industries where they mainly find application are biomedical, automotive and aerospace, but torsion tests are also common in the plastics, metal materials and fastener industries.
TORSIONAL TESTING MACHINES
The best solution for STATIC and FATIGUE torsion testing. TM TorsionMachine systems are available in a wide range of loads, with torque capacities up to 700 Nm. The compact design requires minimal space in the laboratory and offers high levels of frame rigidity and alignment. Equipped with STEP Lab’s high-performance control electronics, the TM series provides accurate test and control data for testing products and specimens such as wires, fasteners, switches, and springs.
The industries where they mainly find application are biomedical, automotive, and aerospace, but torsion tests are also common in the plastics, metal materials, and fastener industries.
- The dual linear guide design offers high torsional rigidity and low axial friction.
- The direct application of torque from the brushless motor, without any interposed transmission, allows a true ZERO BACKLASH system.
- The adjustable reaction support locking system allows floating or fixed operation.
- Available torque transducers from 0.2- 1000 Nm provide superior accuracy over a very wide range of tests.
- The Test Centre software, with torsion testing functions, provides state-of-the-art options for high-level torsion testing.
- The torsion cell protection tool prevents damage to low-capacity torsion cells during test setup.
- Optional preload system: with pneumatic actuation and manual adjustment of the preload value.
- It is also possible to integrate the additional axial load cell to achieve the actual and accurate preload on the sample.
|static tests||Plastic||ASTM D638||Tensile properties of plastics|
|static tests||Plastic||ISO 527-1
|Plastics-Determination of Tensile Properties|
|Static test||Metal||ASTM E21||High-temperature tensile testing of metallic materials|
|static test||Metal||ASTM E290||Material bending test for ductility|
|Static tests||Metal||ASTM E517||Plastic deformation ratio r for sheet metal|
|Static tests||Metal||ASTM E646||Tensile hardening exponents (n-values) of sheet metal materials|
|Static tests||Metal||ASTM E8M||Tensile testing of metallic materials|
|Static tests||Metal||ASTM E9||Compression testing of metallic materials at room temperature|
|Static tests||Metal||EN 10002-1:2001 (replaced by ISO EN 6892-1:2019)||Tensile testing of metallic materials. Test method at room temperature|
|Static tests||Metal||ISO 6892-1||Metallic materials – Tensile testing Part 1: Test method at room temperature|
|Static tests||Metal||ISO 7438||Metallic materials. Bending test.|
|Static tests||Metal||ISO 783||Metallic materials – Tensile test of steel at high temperature|
|Static / Fatigue||Bici||EN 15194||Electrically assisted pedal cycles – EPAC Bicycles – test methods|
|Static / Fatigue||Bike||ISO 4210-3||Bicycle safety requirements – Part 3: Common test methods|
|Static / Fatigue||Bike||ISO 4210-4||Safety requirements for bicycles – Part 4: Braking test methods|
|Static / Fatigue||Bike||ISO 4210-5||Bicycle safety requirements – Part 5: Steering test methods|
|Static / Fatigue||Bike||ISO 4210-6||Safety requirements for bicycles – Part 6: Test methods for frame and fork|
|Static / Fatigue||Bike||ISO 4210-7||Bicycle safety requirements – Part 7: Test methods for wheels and rims|
|Static / Fatigue||Bike||ISO 4210-8||Safety requirements for bicycles – Part 8: Pedal and drive system test methods|
|Static / Fatigue||Bike||ISO 4210-9||Bicycle safety requirements – Part 9: Test methods for saddles and seatposts|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedical||ASTM F1264||Standard Specifications and Test Methods for Intramedullary Fixation Devices|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F1717||Standard test methods for spinal implant structures in a vertebrectomy model|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F1798||Standard test method for evaluating static and fatigue properties of interconnection mechanisms and subassemblies used in spinal arthrodesis implants|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F1800||Standard Practice for Cyclic Fatigue Testing of Metal Components of the Tibial Plateau of Total Knee Joint Prostheses|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F2068||Standard specifications for femoral prostheses – metal implants|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F2077||Test methods for intervertebral body fusion devices|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F2193||Standard specifications and test methods for components used in surgical fixation of the spinal skeletal system|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F2502||Standard specifications and test methods for resorbable plates and screws for internal fixation implants|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F2580||Standard practice for evaluating the modular connection of a proximally fixed femoral hip prosthesis|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F2706||Standard test methods for occipito-cervical and occipito-cervical-thoracic spinal implant constructions in a vertebrectomy model|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F382||Standard Specifications and Test Method for Metal Bone Plates|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F384||Standard specifications and test methods for angled metal devices for orthopaedic fracture fixation|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ASTM F543||Standard Specifications and Test Methods for Metal Medical Bone Screws|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||EN 843-1||Mechanical properties of monolithic ceramics at room temperature – Determination of flexural strength|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedicale||ISO 11405||Tooth structure adhesion test|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedical||ISO 12189-8||Mechanical testing of implantable spinal devices – Fatigue test method for spinal implant assemblies using anterior support|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedical||ISO 14801||Dentistry – Implants – Dynamic load test for endosseous dental implants|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedical||ISO 14879-1||Total knee joint replacement Determination of strength properties of tibial knee trays|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedical||ISO 6872||Dentistry – Ceramic materials|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedical||ISO 7206||Surgical implants – Partial and total hip joint replacements|
|Static / Fatigue||Biomedical||ISO 9585||Surgical implants – Determination of flexural strength and stiffness of bone plates|
|Static tests||Rubber||ISO 2439||Determination of hardness (indentation technique)|
|Static tests||Rubber||ISO 3386||Determination of stress-strain characteristics in compression|