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Hydraulic Testing Machine – 2000KN


Application Standards

ASTM E4, ASTM E8, ASTM A370, DIN 5122, ISO 7500-1, ISO 6892, EN 1002-2, EN 10002-1, BS1610, GB/T 228


The Computerized Hydraulic Universal Testing Machine excels in testing high-capacity loads with precision. Its hydraulic control ensures consistent stress, strain, and speed, while its sturdy structure stabilizes tests and minimizes corrosion. Equipped with standard accessories like tensile, compression, and bending grips, it caters to the needs of industries working with metal, composite materials, and architecture. Its accuracy and control meet user requirements, making it an ideal choice for diverse testing needs. Known also as a hydraulic material testing machine or hydraulic tensile testing machine, its separated main body and controller design reduces technical issues like electronic interference, enhancing machine durability. Additionally, the system enables a range of tests conforming to various standards.


  • Tensile testing: To kickstart our exploration, let’s delve into tensile testing, a fundamental procedure facilitated by this device. It furnishes an in-depth examination of a material’s capacity to endure forces that stretch, elongate, or pull it in various directions. Tensile testing holds immense significance across numerous industries, offering insights into crucial parameters such as tensile strength, yield strength, ductility, and modulus of elasticity for the material under examination.
  • Compression Testing: This examination examines how a material responds to forces that compress or reduce its dimensions. Industries, notably construction, heavily utilize compression tests, particularly for materials like concrete and brick.
  • Flexural (Bending) Testing: Materials such as beams or semi-finished products frequently undergo bending tests to evaluate their flexibility and resistance to fracture when subjected to deformation.
  • Shear Testing: Crucial for materials like adhesives and welded joints, shear testing assesses their capability to withstand forces attempting to slide one layer of material over another.

Software Functionality

  • The data sampling rate can be increased to 1,200 Hz for faster measurements.
  • Test operation can be controlled via keyboard and mouse, with fixture position adjustment possible using up and down buttons.
  • Operating via TCP/IP interface allows for direct control of the machine from the computer, with two-way transmission.
  • Users can choose between Metric and Imperial units.
  • Compatible with Windows 8/10 systems.
  • The software supports multiple languages, including Chinese and English.
  • Multiple test data can be imported and displayed simultaneously.
  • The software offers flexibility in form and self-planning information analysis.
  • Graphs feature adjustment of X-Y axis physical quantities, specific markings, intervals, slopes, and more.
  • Test screen allows for selected data display and graphical or simultaneous display.
  • Users can self-set data names and define formulas.
  • Data processing functions include storage, retrieval, listing, statistical comparison, etc.
  • Capable of conducting various tests including tensile, compression, bending, creep, and others.
  • Supports a variety of test actions such as creep, constant tensile (compression), etc.
  • Software protection features include overload, over-displacement, and over-time protection.
  • Able to handle multiple sets of I/O signals, enhancing testing capabilities.
  • Specimen setting is modularized for easy setup.
  • Key data capture allows for setting upper and lower limits of test data specifications.
  • Modularization of test conditions helps reduce human error in setup.
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