Leading global manufacturer of premium quality textile testing instruments and consumables, James Heal, has launched its new innovation the Titan10 Universal Strength Tester at the ShanghaiTex Exhibition.
Titan10 offers laboratories faster, smarter testing with accurate, reliable and reproducible results. A 10kN capacity for testing means that, along with apparel and non-woven products, users will be able to test much stronger goods such as straps, belts, cords, shoe components, luggage, technical textiles and industrial type materials.
The dual column, crosshead design allows for testing of larger samples across a full range of tests including tension, compression, stretch and recovery, tear, peel, adhesion peels and more. A hand-held controller, automated test set up and a wide range of interchangeable tools makes Titan10 an ideal choice for busy laboratories.
Both Titan10 and Titan5, the 5kN tester from the Titan range, work in partnership with TestWise software. This is a clean, simple user interface with a bank of 500 pre-loaded standards including ASTM, ISO, JIS, M&S, Next and many more.
Choosing Titan10 gives customers free TechSmart support for the first year, guaranteeing direct access to James Heal’s applications and technical support experts and free annual support upgrades,. This is peace of mind that James Heal’s expertise and support is just a few clicks away – wherever you are in the world.
This diverse range of applications and innovative features will be demonstrated on Stand W5H10 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, from 27th to 30th November 2017.
Visitors to the ShanghaiTex exhibition are invited to the James Heal stand to see for themselves this exciting development in strength testing which will be exhibited alongside a range of other instruments. They will be welcomed by James Heal’s International Sales Managers and Textile Technologists, as well as local Sales Partner Introtech Ltd.
To register your interest in Titan10, please visit http://eepurl.com/c6WEaX
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