What is a Universal Testing Machine?
A universal testing machine (UTM), also known as a universal tester, materials testing machine or materials test frame. The term ‘universal’ usually means that it is versatile enough that it can be used in all applications. It means that our machines can be simply modified to fit the unique testing needs and requirements of your company.
The versatility of our Universal Testing Machines allows you to select the maximum force, the testing
space and the type of accessories that you need for your different tests. These testing machines can
be modified to fit any application. As your testing needs change, the Universal Testing Machine can
change with you.
You might have previously thought that your testing needs are so unique that no one can provide a solution. However, we have proven that the “impossible” is possible with our Universal Testing Machines.
Why Universal Testing Machines Are Called Universal?
Universal Test Machines are "universal" because they are extremely versatile. With one machine you can perform a wide variety test just by simply switching out the grips and fixtures.
What Are the Parts of a Universal Testing Machine?
Start with your frame of choice, then complete your system by selecting your controller software and accessories. Choose from a wide range of grips, fixtures, chambers, video extensometers, controller software packages and more, are all designed to perform thousands of EN, DIN, ASTM, ISO and JEDEC industry standard test methods.
How Does a Universal Testing Machine Work?
A UTM (Universal Testing Machine) is a test machine used to test the mechanical properties of a sample by applying a, compressive or transverse load tensile. UTM machine is designed to meet a wide range of tests by simply switching out different fixtures and grips.
What Tests Can Be Performed on a Universal Testing Machine?
- 1. Peel test
- 2. Shear Test
- 3. Tear Test
- 4. Tensile Test
- 5. Stress Relaxation & Creep
- 6. Bend Test
- 7. Bond Test
- 8. Compression Test
- 9. Flexural Test
- 10. Fracture Test Indentation (IFD)