ADMET has recently helped one biomedical company meet its materials testing needs when the business sought to track the flexibility of its instruments. Karl Storz is a developer of meter-long endoscope tubing, which are devices used to study the inside of the human body. The company was in need of a testing machine that could conduct compression bend analysis and measure deflection rates on their endoscope tubing.
In order to perform their compression bend tests, Karl Storz required a special bend fixture. ADMET engineers worked with Karl Storz on the design and provided it with the test system.
To ensure an efficient process for learning how to utilize the testing machine, an ADMET engineer arrived on-site to install the system and train the users. Once operational, the information provided by the eXpert 5601 tester allowed Karl Storz to gain greater control of their manufacturing process which helped them optimize their production line.
To learn more about how ADMET’s solutions helped Karl Storz, please read our case study here. Those in the biomedical sector can also benefit from our BioTense Bioreactor, which enables researchers to study cellular responses to physical forces. The system offers tissue engineers and scientists a way to conduct high-resolution investigation within mechanobiology. The bioreactor is fashioned on top of an XYZ stage of a microscope and administers uniaxial forces up to 7 Newtons.
In addition to the BioTense Bioreactor, ADMET supplies environmental chambers and fluid baths for researchers who wish to see how their biomaterials react in situ. To learn more about the materials testing machines and accessories that ADMET can offer, please call Vinny Milano, Account Director for the biomedical sector, at (781) 769-0850 x21.