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April 19th, 2007

Machines and fixtures support biomaterials testing

Abstract:
Admet is presenting its line of universal testing machines (UTMs), controllers and accessories here at the Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition.

Admet designs a number of its test equipment systems, configurations, digital indicators and controllers, grips and fixtures to support biomaterials research and production. Selling direct, and through specialised biomedical, pharmaceutical, as well as micro and nanotechnology system providers, Admet offers a range of flexible systems for testing biomaterials and biomechanical structures.

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