Most modern testing laboratories have some type of computer-based system to store and access the test results obtained during their testing processes. These systems also typically store some of the end customers specifications and testing requirements. Such a system is commonly referred to as Laboratory Information Systems or LIMS. To reduce data entry errors and ease report preparation in the laboratories own format, many facilities want to maintain all of the test data in their LIMS system. This can … Read More
This past September, our Chief Operating Officer Rob Carroll and Vice President of Sales Robert Antolik spent a week in Russia visiting customers. Working directly with our international sales agent Andrey Kislyak of Exiton, they organized a sales presentation during the week of September 17th. The presentation was held at VTI Company, and featured numerous speakers and hands on creep machine training. Approximately thirty attendees were able to participate, and it was an exceptionally successful event.
ATS has customers around … Read More
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
When it comes to creep and stress rupture testing systems, Applied Test Systems (ATS) continues to be the top manufacturer in the industry. Through decades of refinement and repeated use, our lever arm test systems have established their reputation for accuracy and dependability in both domestic and international testing labs. Of all of the models currently available, the Series 2320-MM Lever Arm Tester remains the most requested. For the past 20 years it has made up nearly half of ATS … Read More