Straining In-Situ Holders

Quantify microstructural changes in materials due to applied mechanical loading.

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Advantages: 
  • Single push-button operation starts or stops the elongation process
  • Gear reduction needed to provide small displacement rate required in TEM studies is achieved using a 2190:1 low-backlash, spur gear train followed by a 40:1 reduction precision worm and wheel drive
  • Hexlok™ specimen securing mechanism provides firm and secure clamping of the tensile specimen
Model number Specimen securing Operating
temperature
Specimen positioning
654 Hexlok™ (clamping plate or grid fixture)1 Ambient α tilt
671 Hexlok™ mechanism Less than
-170 °C
α tilt
1See datasheet for comparison.

Publications

Materials at High Temperature
2014

Zhu, X. Q.; Feng, Q.; Liu , D. Z.; Nie, A. M.; Liu, J. B.; Zhang, X. B.; Geng, L. M.

Progress in Natural Science: Materials International
2014

Wang, Y.; Guo, Z.; Ma, R.; Hao, G.; Zhang, Y.; Lin, J.; Sui, M.

Materials Science and Engineering: A
2013

Feng, Z. Q.; Yang, Y. Q.; Chena, Y. X.; Huang, B.; Fu, M. S.; Li, M. H.; Ru, J. G.

Resources:

 

Models 654, 671

Datasheets

Single tilt straining holder, model 654
Single tilt liquid nitrogen cooled straining holder, model 671

Training

Single tilt straining holder, model 654

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