People depend on your materials— can you depend on your quality control testing?
While engineers have long understood the value of quality control testing it was not until the end of the 19th century that materials standards were created to ensure safety and durability. ASTM, the American Society for Testing and Materials, was founded in 1898 to address the frequent rail breaks experienced by the railroad industry. Since then, ASTM and others like ANSI and ISO have worked to standardize quality control testing to validate the products found throughout our lives.
ADMET’s goal is to help manufacturers increase efficiency of their in-house testing processes. Our systems automatically carry out tests according to ASTM specifications, calculating the results electronically and formatting them for printing or transferring to Excel files. This technology saves significant amounts of time while reducing manual data entry errors.
ADMET’s highly configurable and customizable load frames with detachable actuators can be used to perform a variety of tests on a single machine. Our flexible designs and competitive prices mean you can find ADMET systems throughout a broad range of industries such as foam, medical device, metals, plastics, adhesives, and transportation.