ATS Series 1100 Universal Testing Machines (UTMs) provide an affordable solution to precision tension, compression, shear, and flexure tests. With a diverse selection of models available, the UTMs in this series can accommodate a wide variety of test specimens and are used in a diverse range of testing applications, from production to quality control and high end research.
The Series 1101, Series 1105, and Series 1110 are benchtop models with 1,000 lb., 5,000 lb., and 10,000 lb. respective capacities. The … Read More
The improved ATS Bending Beam Rheometer (BBR2S) is engineered to perform flexural tests on asphalt binder/bitumen and similar specimens per ASTM D6648, BS EN 14771, and AASHTO T313. These tests consist of a constant force being applied to a specimen in a chilled bath in order to derive specific rates of deformation at various temperatures. Enhanced software and the ability to perform crack sealant tests expand the capabilities of the BBR2S beyond those of the original BBR2. Intuitive programming guides … Read More
For more than ten years Applied Test Systems (ATS) has attended the annual Materials Science & Technology (MS&T) technical meeting and exhibition. Join us in Pittsburgh, PA this year to meet with other scientists, students, suppliers, and engineers to discuss current research and technical applications. While you’re walking the show floor, make sure to stop by and visit us at booth #320. Our knowledgeable sales representatives will be available to share information on our diverse line of materials testing … Read More
Applied Test Systems will be in sunny Orlando, FL from September 11th – 14th for CAMX 2017. After three consecutive years of growth, CAMX 2017 – The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo – will connect and advance all aspects of the composites and advanced materials communities, as America’s go-to marketplace for products, solutions, networking and advanced industry thinking. Join over 8,000 attendees and 550 exhibitors from more than 52 countries around the globe for an unrivaled conference program with … Read More
Applied Test Systems (ATS) manufactures a wide range of standard and custom testing accessories to complement our line of Universal Testing Machines (UTMs). Each grip and fixture is built using quality materials and designed to fit and function with the highest performance on all makes of ATS UTMs, as well as any existing models manufactured elsewhere. ATS grips can hold a variety of specimens, including but not limited to metals, plastics, textiles, yarn, wire, rubber, elastomers, laminates, and lightweight sheet. … Read More
At Applied Test Systems (ATS), we work with a diverse range of customers across multiple industries. Our team of experienced engineers and technicians are known for their problem solving skills and ability to create equipment to meet unique specifications. Whether they are looking for a new lab furnace or custom test frame, ATS customers know that from beginning to end, our team will help them find the perfect testing solution.
We were recently contacted by a customer looking for a … Read More
For the past ten years Applied Test Systems (ATS) has attended the annual Materials Science & Technology (MS&T) technical meeting and exhibition. This year we’re traveling to Salt Lake City, UT to meet with other scientists, students, suppliers, and engineers to discuss current research and technical applications. While you’re walking the show floor, make sure to stop by and visit us at booth #306. Our knowledgeable sales representatives will be available to share information on our diverse line of materials … Read More
If you’re going to be in the New England area, visit us at North East Asphalt User Producer Group (NEAUPG 2015) at the Sheraton Burlington Hotel and Conference Center, Burlington, VT October 21-22 2015. It’s the perfect time to take in some of the colors of the season and of course network with some of the brightest minds in the industry. We hope to see you there!… Read More
Join us next week on October 20th at the Adhesives and Sealants 2015 Fall Convention in beautiful downtown Pittsburgh!… Read More
The August issue of Industrial Heating Magazine features an article titled “Hydrogen Embrittlement” written by our very own Alyssia Bostrom and Greg Osborne. Hydrogen embrittlement is a phenomenon that affects high-strength steels, titanium, aluminum alloys and many other high-strength metals. Hydrogen, often from pickling or plating, invades the grain structure of the metal, making it brittle and subject to sudden and catastrophic failure. This article features our Series 2330 Creep Stress Rupture Machine found here … Read More