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  • The New Generation of Digital Force Gauges is Here
    The New Generation of Digital Force Gauges is Here

    Monday, November 15, 2021 14 days ago

    Chatillon, specialists in force measurement equipment, introduces the new generation of digital force gauges: The DF3 Series.

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  • New Materials Testing Software Puts Electronic Components Under Test

    Monday, September 20, 2021 70 days ago

    Like its predecessor, the powerful Windows-based NexygenPlus 4.1 software can hold a vast library of pre-defined test setups. Selecting from these pre-defined test setups makes the software quick and easy to operate.

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  • New Materials Testing Software Puts Rubber and Plastics Under Test

    Friday, August 13, 2021 108 days ago

    The test solution is ideal for testing the physical properties of raw material prior to processing, and for the development of new designs.

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  • Materials Testing Software for FDA21 Part 11 Compliance
    New Materials Testing Solution Helps Organizations Meet Requirements of FDA 21 CFR Part 11

    Thursday, June 10, 2021 172 days ago

    Lloyd Instruments launches their latest version of the popular materials testing software, NexygenPlus 4.1. A new Advanced Security Module helps the pharmaceutical and medical device industries adherence to FDA 21 CFR Part 11.

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  • Easy, Low Cost Plastic Testing
    Easy, Low-Cost Force Testing for the Plastic Industry

    Monday, February 8, 2021 294 days ago

    The CS2 is the ideal test machine for force testing within the plastics industry. Simple to operate and easy-to-read test results that can be exported for further analysis.

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  • Easy, Low Cost Plastic Testing
    The Flexible Chatillon CS2 Series Offer Easy, Low-Cost Force Testing

    Tuesday, February 2, 2021 300 days ago

    The CS2 Series digital force testing machines are ideal for force testing where accuracy, repeatability, and documentation of results are key.

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