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Instron was awarded a $3.5 million contract by the Japan Ultra-high Temperature Materials Research Center to furnish testing equipment for evaluating high technology materials at temperatures up to 2,300 [degrees] C. Instron will equip these laboratories with state-of-the-art materials testing systems using laser technology for strain measurements, vacuum furnaces capable of temperatures to 2,300 [degrees] C, laser microscope and Instron's patented capacitive extensometry. Instron's 8500 digital test control systems will be used in both the Yamaguchi and Gifu facilities.
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Title Annotation:awarded $3.5 million contract by Japan Ultra-high Temperature Materials Research Center
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jun 1, 1991
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