Servo-hydraulic dynamic biaxial testing machines

Servo-hydraulic dynamic Biaxial cruciform testing machines LabTest 6.250H.11

Our Dynamic Servo-hydraulic systems are the driving engine of any laboratory. They can perform a wide variety of low and high cycles of fatigue, crack propagation, fracture toughness and other dynamic tests. Each system can be easily configured using a suitable frame, a hydraulic cylinder and a hydraulic drive to suit the particular application.

We are currently working on a project of manufacturing a Biaxial cruciform testing machine for mechanical testing of wings, propellers and fuselage parts in the aerospace industry, which we realize for our foreign customer. Machines of a similar type are also used in the automotive, electrical, paper, textile and medical industries.

Biaxial machines are characterized by multi-axis loading of components and sequential parts, which in the area of development serve to determine the deformation properties of materials. They also allow analysis of the behavior of the test substance under the conditions of: gradual loading, long-term cyclic loading, pseudo-rotational loading, stress concentration generation, fatigue testing.

In our Biaxial Testing Machines, we have implemented several innovative features:

  • 95% vibration damping efficiency of the pneumatic system, which does not adversely affect any other test areas or workplaces.
  • Reduced total energy consumption thanks to our modified Hydraulic Power Units.
  • More effective safety precautions thanks to the telescopic protective slide.
  • Test frame characterized by extremely high stiffness and self-resonance suppression with long life and mechanical resistance. Especially high axial and lateral stiffness.

If you would like to learn more about our biaxial machines or realize other projects, do not hesitate to contact us. We will gladly discuss with you the possibilities of realizing your projects.

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