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AEROSPACE TESTING / NO. 22 / MAY 2011 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Now We're Cookin'
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New Hydraulic Wedge Grip Offers Highest Dynamic Force Rating
  V22 - Aero - Lead Feature
 
MTS technology helps Canadian government lab push the boundaries of high-temperature materials testing
 
Now We're Cookin'
 
Within the National Research Council of Canada’s Institute for Aerospace Research, the Materials and Component Technologies Group specializes in designing, developing and testing new gas turbine materials, including high-temperature alloys and ceramic matrix composites. Dr. Rick Kearsey describes how MTS technology and support serve to augment the group’s ability to address the complexities of performing a full spectrum of materials testing at 1000°C.

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  V22 - All - Feature  
Explore the New, Improved MTS.com
 
Welcome to the new MTS corporate website, where you’ll discover fresh content and simpler navigation for a better user experience. In addition to providing updated information regarding MTS technologies, the new MTS.com features easy access to useful content for investors, potential employees, manufacturers, researchers and those who want to learn more about MTS in general.

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  V22 - Aero - Product Feature  
New Hydraulic Wedge Grip Offers Highest Dynamic Force Rating
 
With a fatigue rating of 2500 kN, new Model 647.250 Hydraulic Wedge Grips are the highest-capacity grips available for conducting cyclic and monotonic testing of large material and component specimens.

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