Biomedical Testing Instruments

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Featured Medical Devices
The ElectroForce Series II 3330 test instrument is well-suited for a variety of tests that include ASTM and ISO standards tests for medical devices, materials characterization, and long-term durability studies.
The twin-column ProLine testing machine is specially designed for function-testing components and for routine materials testing.
Other Medical Devices
With its advanced scheduling capability enabling fully-automatic testing over an extended period, the NanoTest is ideally suited to research and quality assurance in a highly competitive industry where both high data throughput and reliability of results are essential.
The all-purpose electro-mechanical testing actuator is suitable for tensile and compression applications and can be integrated into testing devices in various configurations. Testing applications range from materials and components to finished products, plus production stage (e.g. joining, force-fitting and assembly) testing and long-stroke cyclic or fatigue / durability tests.
Bose has developed the ElectroForce planar biaxial TestBench instrument for the characterization of soft tissues and biomaterials. The instrument consists of four Bose linear motors mounted on a horizontal baseplate and two load cells, one for each axis of loading.
The compact HC table-top testing machines are great space-savers. With the testing actuator mounted in the upper crosshead and the series-standard T-slotted platform, flexure and component tests can be performed in addition to standard tests.
The ElectroForce® 3200 Series III test instruments feature a 225 N (450 N optional) maximum force. With the versatility of static to 300 Hz frequency response, the table-top configuration is adaptable to a variety of biomedical research and engineered materials test applications, including torsion testing, creep under dynamic loading and special environments (hot/cold chambers).
To help researchers optimize the design of hip prostheses, the Bionix® 12-Station Hip Wear Simulator accurately simulates the motions, loads and environments experienced by the hip joint during walking.
ElectroForce multi-specimen BioDynamic test instruments can be used for a variety of tissues and biomaterials, and allow independent programmability, or the same stimulation program, for statistical characterization of multiple specimens.
The ElectroForce 5500 BioDynamic test instrument allows usage of customer-supplied saline baths or sterile testing fixtures/chambers for biomaterials testing and tissue engineering.
TestBench configurations were designed with component testing in mind, and thanks to their modular approach, a wide array of configurations and performance capabilities are possible.
Orthopaedic researchers worldwide trust Bionix Knee Wear Simulators to conduct long-term wear, fatigue and durability tests on implantable knee devices and related materials.
Measuring less than 50.8 cm (20 inches) tall, the ElectroForce® 3100 test instrument is the smallest in the ElectroForce product family.
The Instron solution for testing of endosseous dental implants to ISO 14801 utilizes the ElectroPuls series of all-electric dynamic test instruments. These novel systems feature linear motor technology for performing cyclic loading or fatigue and have 60 mm of stroke that aide static tensile, compression, or flexural tests on implants or dental materials.
During normal patient activity, spinal constructs can be subjected to high in vivo loading, which may result in catastrophic failure. Simple static testing must be performed to evaluate the compressive, tensile and torsional loading required to fracture the spinal construct.
The eXpert 8602-F543 Axial Torsion Testing Machine equipped with the MTESTQuattro controller is specifically designed to test metallic medical bone screws according to ASTM F543.
Designed specifically for spinal applications, the MTS Bionix® Spine Wear Simulator enables you to perform highly accurate, long-term wear, fatigue and durability simulations on both lumbar and cervical spinal disc implants.
TorsionLine testing machines with maintenance-free AC servo drives are designed for single-axis torsion tests under weight loading. They have a torque range from 20 Nm to 2000 Nm and a horizontal torsion axis.
The 5900 Series Universal Testing Instruments offer exceptional performance and are designed with enhancements that deliver unparalleled accuracy and reliability, improved ergonomics, and an enhanced overall experience for the operator.
Optimising the mechanical properties of biomedical devices is a key step in determining their clinical performance. The mechanical integrity and wear resistance of a biomaterial are vital to its continuing success in vivo.
Powerful in versatility and application, the DynaGen Bioreactor Series of instruments set the standard for 3D cell culture and tissue engineering research.
ElectroForce BioDynamic test instruments provide accurate characterization of biomaterials and biological specimens within a sterile cell culture media environment.
ElectroForce® 3500 test instruments are available in three basic system configurations. The 3510 instrument, rated at 7.5 kN, is configured with the linear motor installed in the upper crosshead, making it well-suited for applications requiring a temperature-controlled bath.
The 5900 BioDynamic test instrument accommodates four disc specimens in a single chamber mounted between porous compression platens. The specimens are subjected to axial compression, pulsatile flow through porous platens, and radial cyclic hydrostatic pressure while maintaining sterility in a cell culture incubator.
The single-column zwicki-Line testing machine was specially designed for mechanical testing applications involving low test-loads and incorporates a space-saving design making it suitable for a variety of locations.
ElectroPuls fatigue testing instruments are the established materials testing machines using patented linear motor technology. With model capacities up to 10 kN, ElectroPuls systems offer slow-speed static testing and high-frequency dynamic fatigue testing with hundreds of Hertz capability.
The ElectroForce 3330 dental wear simulator is well-suited for the evaluation of the fatigue and wear characteristics of inherently brittle materials, such as all-ceramic dental crowns.