The new MTS Criterion Family
New MTS TestSuite TW Software
Supporting the evolving needs of advanced research & development
Meeting the rigorous demands of manufacturing QA/QC
Introducing MTS Criterion™ Universal Test Systems - Expertise Across the SpectrumThe new MTS Criterion family is ideally suited to support the evolving needs of advanced aerospace materials research and development. It includes a comprehensive selection of high-performance hardware, versatile software and controls and precision grips, fixtures and environmental simulation systems. Versatile MTS Criterion systems help research-intensive test labs complement and extend the utility of their most valuable testing equipment and resources.
Capable of delivering highly accurate and repeatable tension, compression, flexure and other basic tests, MTS Criterion systems free up high-demand dynamic systems for more complex evaluations. They provide the complete solution for fulfilling almost every monotonic testing requirement across a broad spectrum of material types, including metals, composites, polymers, coatings and more. A full complement of environmental simulation systems allows you to add real-world operating conditions to your tests, including sustained high-temperature environments.
In addition, MTS Criterion systems employ application software from the MTS TestSuite™ platform — the same platform used to operate MTS Landmark® systems. This common, highly intuitive user experience will help simplify the learning curve for new employees and improve productivity for all of your test engineers. MTS Criterion and MTS Landmark Systems also share many of the same accessories, including MTS Series 651 environmental chambers and Series 653 high-temperature furnaces.
Learn more today about how new MTS Criterion systems can enhance the flexibility and efficiency of your materials testing for research and development purposes.
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