Deadweight Stack

Today’s strict international standards require all laboratory measurements to be highly accurate. To help our customers meet the challenges that these standards impose, Instron has invested in a certified deadweight stack to ensure that our calibration services provide the greatest possible accuracy. Because of this commitment to accuracy, Instron’s calibration services not only meet internationally accepted standards, but also routinely exceed them.

  • Services
  • 12/14/2018
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Errors In Your Data Online Training Course

Our eLearning course is specifically tailored for operators and managers who wish to learn about the possible errors in their data in a convenient, leisurely fashion. This course is a mix of lecture and live demonstrations intended to be as relatable to the viewer as possible.

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  • 11/12/2018
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Introduction to Materials Testing Online Training Course

Our eLearning course is specifically tailored for operators and managers who want to view a shorter version of the live classroom session. The course is a condensed version that covers basic testing and can be taken at your own pace.

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  • 11/12/2018
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Errors in Your Data Course Outline

The eLearning Errors in Your Data Course uses online based diagnostic approach focused on helping operators of material testing system understand any data integrity issues they may come across during their testing.

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  • 11/9/2018
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Introduction to Materials Testing Course Outline

The eLearning Basic Introduction to Materials Testing Course: Static is an online based overview of the theory and practice of static testing as relates to Instron style static testing machines.

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  • 11/9/2018
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Setting Proportional Gain for Load Control

When running in load control, shaking or vibration coming from the machines motor can occur. This is due to the proportional gain factor (feedback) being set incorrectly. The proportional gain factor is material specific. Tuning the gain setting will adjust how quickly the Instron frame’s motor reacts to changes in force measured by the load cell.

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  • 6/15/2017
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