New Materials Characterization Software From TA Instruments

Wintest logoTA Instruments (New Castle, DE) has introduced its all-new WinTest 8.0 software package. WinTest is the powerful user interface and controls platform that is used across all TA ElectroForce products. The ElectroForce mechanical test instruments are used for fatigue, durability and dynamic characterization of materials such as rubber, automotive components, biomaterials and medical devices.

This new release reflects the latest in the ongoing investment in continuous development efforts to enhance WinTest’s market-leading capabilities.

WinTest 8.0 delivers all-new data acquisition capabilities including a simplified setup process, auto configuration settings and user-defined data sample rates. It also doubles the real-time control and data rate to a speed of10kHz, adds TuneIQ for torsion motors, and includes new application-specific add-on software modules.

The capabilities and flexibility of WinTest 8.0 make it an ideal platform for a wide range of tests and material applications, and extends the performance of the ElectroForce portfolio. It will be standard software on all new ElectroForce products and available as an upgrade for existing users.

TA Instruments – a subsidiary of Waters Corporation – is a leading manufacturer of analytical instruments for thermal analysis, rheology and microcalorimetry. The company is headquartered in New Castle, Delaware, USA, and has direct operations in 24 countries. It provides innovative technology for thermal analysis, rheology, microcalorimetry and thermophysical property measurements of polymers, ceramics, metals, and more. It offers a complete line of tools for measurements of thermal diffusivity by the flash method, thermal conductivity and dilatometry for materials from -150°C to 2,800°C (-240°F to 5,070°F).


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