Exceed® Electromechanical Test Systems

Systems with force capacities from 5 to 600 kN (1,100 to 132,000 lbf) meet QA/QC requirements and uptime demands of production environments, and provide reliable results for product development. Durable and easy to use, with features and controls typically found on higher-end systems. Accessories to test as low as 5 N (1.1 lbf) on a range of specimens.

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Test Specimens

Test Standards

Key Product Features

Cost Efficient

Dual-test zone design uses single load cell for two types of tests

Easy, Intuitive Use

Self-ID capability for calibration and auto-ranging

Accurate

1000 Hz data acquisition rate provides more meaningful analysis

Durable

Heavy duty components support longer system life

Model Comparison

Model E42

  • Maximum rated force capacity:
    • E42.503: 5 kN (1100 lbf)
  • Single test zone
  • Tabletop
  • Standard and extended height

Model E43

  • Maximum rated force capacity:
    • E43.104: 10 kN (2200 lbf)
    • E43.504: 50 kN (11000 lbf)
  • Single test zone
  • Tabletop
  • Standard and extended height

Model E44

  • Maximum rated force capacity:
    • E44.304: 30 kN (6600 lbf)
  • Dual test zones
  • Floor-standing
  • Standard and extended height

Model E45

  • Maximum rated force capacity:
    • E45.105: 100 kN (22000 lbf)
    • E45.305: 300 kN (66000 lbf)
    • E45.605: 600 kN (132000 lbf)
  • Dual test zones
  • Floor-standing
  • Standard height for 600 kN; standard and extended height for 100 kN and 300 kN

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