Posted by & filed under Company News, Creep and Stress Rupture.

Applied Test Systems (ATS) is pleased to announce that on June 20th, 2017 we finalized our purchase of the Virtech, Inc. (Virtech) creep/stress rupture product line. This acquisition ushers in a new era of progress and growth, allowing us to continue our legacy of industry leading innovation.

For nearly three decades, ATS and Virtech have worked together on the development and application of the exclusive WinCCS system. The result of this partnership has been a globally unmatched line of creep … Read More

Posted by & filed under Product Spotlight, Sealant Testing, Testing Accessories.

 
Our new roofing fixture for the Series 530 Horizontal Sealant Tester has made our cutting edge software and user friendly touchscreen test system accessible to scientists and lab technicians in the roofing industry. With these fixtures, operators can test polymer-modified bituminous membrane specimens to ASTM D 5849 standards. Originally designed to test adhesives and sealants, the Series 530 uses a relatively low travel rate of cycling and exposes samples to a specific number of cycles under conditions of increased … Read More

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2017 sales conferenceThe 2017 Applied Test Systems (ATS) international sales conference was held June 20th and 21st at our Butler, PA facility. Our first day was spent discussing current product developments through presentations and Q&A sessions, and the second day was dedicated to hands on training. Led by our skilled service team, everyone was able to work directly with equipment from our creep/stress rupture and asphalt testing product lines. These training sessions provided valuable experience, and allowed for further teambuilding among … Read More

Posted by & filed under Materials Testing, Tradeshows.

 

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

Posted by & filed under Materials Testing, Tradeshows.

 

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

Posted by & filed under Custom Equipment, Custom Furnaces, Process Heating, Product Spotlight.

 
Applied Test Systems (ATS) is known internationally for our ability to manufacture custom process heating equipment. Whether it is a modified version of a current ATS furnace model or a completely unique device built for a particular application, our team of skilled sales engineers are dedicated to providing the most cost effective and efficient testing solutions possible. The furnace described below was recently built at our facility here in Butler, PA. With distinct features and a design precisely constructed … Read More

Posted by & filed under Materials Testing, Testing Accessories, Universal Testing Machines.

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

Posted by & filed under Sealant Testing, Tradeshows.

ASC Convention 2017

The annual Adhesive and Sealant Convention is a three day event that includes concurrent technical sessions focusing on business development and market trends, government relations issues, and advanced technology in the adhesives and sealants industry. The EXPO will be held on Tuesday, April 4 from 3:00-6:30pm and will feature over 100 exhibitors – including ATS! We’ll be exhibiting at booth 510, with information on our line of sealant testers.

For more information on this event, visit: http://www.ascouncil.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=874888&group=Read More

Posted by & filed under Employee Spotlight, Process Heating.

Employee Spotlight: Jennifer CannonJennifer Cannon is the newest member of the ATS Sales Team, joining the company in late November 2016. Working directly with Robert Antolik and Patty McGee, she has already proven to be a valuable addition to the furnaces and ovens department. Drawing from her previous sales experience working for a global electronic component distributor, Jennifer brings proactive thinking and creative problem solving to every situation. After spending some time as a stay at home mom, she discovered ATS while looking … Read More

Posted by & filed under Custom Equipment, Custom Furnaces, Process Heating, Product Spotlight.

Custom Series 3350 High Temperature Box FurnaceKnown internationally for our ability to design and manufacture customized process heating solutions, here at Applied Test Systems (ATS) we are constantly working towards developing outstanding and efficient products. Our customers know that our reliable systems are built to last, supported by the skillful technicians in our service department.

Recently we designed and built a custom version of our standard Series 3350 High Temperature Box Furnace. Unique to this unit was the ability to hold an atmosphere – whether argon … Read More