Tensile testing of metallic materials per ISO 6892-2, is used to determine mechanical material property data at elevated temperature. Uniaxial tensile force is applied to material specimens in any form to investigate at elevated temperature the stress/strain behavior, and critical materials properties including yield strength, yield point elongation, tensile strength, elongation, and reduction of area.
Solutions for ISO 6892-2 typically include these types of components:
Load Frame Options
MTS offers electromechanical Criterion® and Exceed® universal test systems and dynamic servohydraulic Landmark® test systems that are ideal for performing accurate and repeatable monotonic tensile testing of metallic materials at elevated temperatures per ISO 6892-2.
MTS Criterion universal testing systems are engineered to support the needs of advanced Research & Development. MTS Exceed universal testing systems are best suited for Quality Control testing by delivering the reliable performance needed to meet the uptime demands of high-volume production environments. The MTS Criterion and the MTS Exceed universal testing machines range from tabletop to floor-standing electromechanical models with force ratings of up to 600 kN / 135 kip.
The MTS Landmark dynamic servohydraulic test system with its superior stiffness and alignment capabilities, is an ideal choice if additional fatigue and fracture testing capabilities are required. Systems are available in highly configurable floor-standing and tabletop models with force ratings from 5 kN / 1 kipto 500 kN / 110 kip.
As an alternative to a new load frame, you can replace outdated controls / hydraulics of existing MTS or another manufacturer’s electromechanical, servohydraulic or custom test systems, including: **Instron®, **Zwick®, **Tinius Olsen™, **SATEC®, **Baldwin® and more with an MTS ReNew™ Upgrade.
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For other options related to this standard, please download the application test method tech note on this page.