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New Materials Testing Machine Frame From Thwing-Albert

WEST BERLIN, N.J. — August 21, 2014 — Thwing-Albert Instrument Co. has released a new Tensile Testing Machine Design, the VantageNX. This revamps the popular EJA Vantage Series to introduce a new ergonomic frame. The new VantageNX is available in capacities of 1kN and 2kN, and will replace the previous frame for those capacities.

Three travel distances from 24” to 48” are available to meet different materials testing needs.  The customer has the option to choose between two different methods of operation; MAP-4 Software which requires a Windows based PC or the recently introduced standalone option a Bluetooth connected touch screen tablet.
The VantageNX maintains the flexibility of a universal frame by allowing the testing machine to be configured for many different standards using different grips and fixtures.  This new Universal Testing Machine from Thwing-Albert can be used to measure tensile, compression, flexural strength, and peel strength along with many other tests to meet common industry standards including ASTM, ISO, TAPPI, and others.

Thwing-Albert is excited to introduce the revamped style to customers. The VantageNX is designed to keep materials testing laboratories looking sharp while maintaining efficiency and quality.  This new testing frame is a prime example of the company’s ongoing commitment to customer satisfaction, by staying ahead of the curve and providing options to improve productivity.

Posted August 26, 2014

Source: Thwing-Albert