NextGen Material Testing provides you with a complete range of Universal Testing Machines, also known as a tensile tester. A universal testing machine is used to test different materials for tensile stress, compression strength, bending and other mechanical properties of a wide range of materials. Our systems can come equipped with a wide range of fixtures to meet all your testing needs. We supply grips and fixtures according to almost every ASTM and international standard in the industry.
Based on your application and capacity requirements, you can select between a force stand, an electromechanical testing machine or a servo hydraulic universal tester for your high capacity testing needs. These machines each have their own advantages which are target towards different applications. Feel free to click on one of the testers below for more information.
The NextGen testing frames incorporate precision electromechanical load frame equipment to meet all of your testing needs. Built according to industry standards, the NextGen EML line features or latest TestPilot software which comes pre-programmed with some of the latest testing methods.
The NextGen testing frames provide a solution for high-capacity applications for a wide range of high-strength materials to meet all of your testing needs. Built according to industry standards, the NextGen SHM line features or latest TestPilot software which comes pre-programmed with some of the latest testing methods.
NextGen offers both Electromechanical and Servo-Hydraulic systems have various classifications. Depending on the tensile testing machine?s class the unit can either be a bench top or floor standing model. The higher the class, the more complex are the testing capabilities.
For example, most all Electromechanical tensile testing systems are plug-n-play units This means that a customer can order the unit and install it themselves upon delivery with the help of our training and installation video and the operational manual. On the other hand, the Servo-hydraulic tensile testing systems and dynamic tensile testing options are more complex solutions that require formal training and installation.
If training is required, there are a number of options for the cusomter:
Training and Installation Video - the customer may request a training and installation video to follow in order to set up the tensile tester.
Remote Session - customer may request a remote session which will be offered at no additional fee.
Physical training and installation - this is always an option and can be quoted upon request. The prices for training and installation range depending on the number of training days and customer?s location.