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Materials Testing Software: Chatillon NEXYGEN MT Software for Materials Testing Systems

Chatillon Nexygen MT Software
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Chatillon NEXYGEN™ MT software provides a virtual testing laboratory. The software offers a full compliment of testing categories with multiple test types within each category complying with industry and international testing standards.

Setups remain easy and users can fully configure a test using a menu driven approach that guides them in a logical, intuitive, step-by-step manner.

Like the other Chatillon NEXYGEN packages, NEXYGEN MT software presents test results in tabular and graphical formats. NEXYGEN MT also provides enhanced security features and audit trail management facilities for applications requiring compliance with regulatory standards such as 21 CFR Part 11. A unique video capturing feature is also provided so that you can record the test using a web camera and synchronize and embed the visual image with your testing data and graphical results.

A Security Module within NEXYGEN MT assists in achieving compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 by supplying enhanced security and audit trail management functions. The Security Module requires Windows 2000 or Windows XP Operating System and can connect to a user-supplied secure database, Access 2000, SQL 2000 or Oracle 9i.

Standard Testing Categories

  • General Purpose Testing :
    • Compress to Limit - determine the load or deflection for a particular sample. This is a compressive test that may be used with a variety of sample types. You may specify a load setpoint to determine the deflection at that load, or set a defection setpoint and determine the load at that deflection. Load, deflection from preload, stress, strain and work done from preload are all calculated at the maximum load and limit points. Stiffness and Young's Modulus are also calculated.
    • Compress to Rupture - used to compress a sample until it rupture/breaks. This is a compressive test that may be used with a variety of sample types. This test calculates load, deflection from touch, stress, strain and work done from touch at the maximum load and rupture points. Young's Modulus is calculated. In this test setup, the machine's crosshead drives downward until the preload is reached (first touch). At this point, the extension is zeroed automatically. The crosshead continues downward until a rupture/break is detected
    • Compress with Yields - used to compress a sample to a specified load, deflection frompreload, stress, strain or until the sample ruptures. This is a compressive test that may be used with a variety of sample types. Load, deflection from preload, stress, strain and work done from preload are all calculated at the maximum load, upper yield, lower yeild, offset yield, test limit and other user-specified points. Upper and lower yields, stiffness and Young's Modulus are also calculated. This test combines the functions available in the Compress to Limit and Compress to Rupture tests and includes offset yield results and extra measurements
    • Creep Test (Defined Extension) - used to hold a sample at a defined load for a user-specified period of time. Creep tests require the use of a Lloyd Instruments material tester. Use this test to hold a sample for a period of time at the load achieved after it has been either compressed or tensioned by a defined extension. The test will calculate the creep distance and the rate of creep, or if the sample breaks, the time to break. The rate of creep is calculated between two markers. If the sample breaks, then the time from the start of the hold period to the break time is recorded
    • Creep Test (Defined Load) - This NEXYGEN MT test is used to hold a sample at a defined load for a user-specified period of time. Creep tests require the use of a Lloyd Instruments material tester. Use this test to hold a sample at a defined load for a period of time. The test will calculate the creep distance and the rate of creep, or, if the sample breaks, the time to break. If the sample breaks, the time from the Start of the hold period to the Break time is recorded.
    • Cyclic Test - used to cycle a sample between two limits. The limits may be load or extension based. The machine's crosshead cycles between the user-specified limits for a user-specified number of cycles or for a time period.
    • 3-Point Bend
    • 4-Point Bend
    • Gauge Test
    • Pull to Break - determine the break load for a particular sample. This is a tensile test that may be used with a variety of sample types. Load, deflection from preload, stress, strain and work done from preload are all calculated at the maximum load and break points. Young's Modulus is also calculated
    • Pull to Limit - determine the load or deflection for a particular sample. This is a tensile test that may be used with a variety of sample types. You may specify a load setpoint to determine the deflection at that load, or set a defection setpoint and determine the load at that deflection. Load, deflection from preload, stress, strain and work done from preload are all calculated at the maximum load and limit points. Stiffness and Young's Modulus are also calculated
    • Pull with Yields - used to pull a sample to a given load, deflection from preload, stress, strain or until the sample breaks. This is a tensile test that may be used with a variety of sample types. Load, deflection from preload, stress, strain and work done from preload are all calculated at the maximum load, offset yield, upper yield, lower yield, test limit and other specified points. Upper and lower yields, stiffness and Young's Modulus are also calculated.
    • Relaxation Test (Defined Extension) - used to hold a sample at a defined extension for a user-specified period of time. Use this test to hold a sample for a period of time at the load achieved after it has been either compressed or tensioned by a defined extension. The test will calculate the creep distance and the rate of creep, or if the sample breaks, the time to break. The rate of creep is calculated between two markers. If the sample breaks, then the time from the start of the hold period to the break time is recorded. The test calculates the Rate of Relaxation, or if the sample breaks, the Time to break. The machine crosshead moves to a defined extension point and is held there for the duration of the specified Hold Time. The relaxation of the sample is recorded.
    • Relaxation Test (Defined Load) - used to hold a sample at the extension achieved after the sample has been either compressed or tensioned to a defined load. The test will calculate the relaxation distance and the rate of relaxation, or if the sample breaks, the time to break.Use this test to hold a sample for a period of time at the load achieved after it has been either compressed or tensioned by a defined extension. The test will calculate the creep distance and the rate of creep, or if the sample breaks, the time to break. The rate of creep is calculated between two markers. If the sample breaks, then the time from the start of the hold period to the break time is recorded. The machine crosshead moves to a defined load point and is held there for the duration of the specified Hold Time. The relaxation of the sample is recorded
    • Tear and Peel - used to pull a sample apart with a tearing or peeling action. During the force plateau, which results from this action, this test will automatically measure the maximum and average force. The speed and distance that the grips will separate can be set, although the test will end sooner if the load drops by one-half. Once detected, the force plateau is labelled with two markers. These markers may be moved to calculate the average over a different region
  • Adhesives Testing - determine the minimum tensile stress necessary to break the weakest interface (adhesive failure) or the weakest component (cohesive failure) of the test assembly. Upon completion of the test, the operator will be prompted to enter the percentage area and site of fracture in the sample in terms of adhesive and/or cohesive failure. Complies with BS EN 24624, ISO 4624
  • Bricks Testing - determine the compressive properties of bricks, mortars, plasters and other such samples. This test complies with BS 4551 Part 15.4.
  • Components Testing
    • Snap On/Snap Off - used with bottle caps, pen tops, electronic components to a circuit board or any device where you need to force one part of the component into another. The test measures the characteristics of both the forward and return paths. Included is the ability to crush and hold a sample after the snap on part and before the snap off part
    • Insertion/Extraction - determine insertion and extraction forces where their is no definitive snap, such as a bottle cork. This test may be used to force one component into another, such as a cork into a bottle or a syringe into a membrane, and then pull the component out again
  • Films Testing
    • Tensile Strength - used to calculate the load, extension, strain and strength of films at the lower yield, upper yield, maximum load and end of test. The test will end when the sample breaks or at a user-defined extension limit. The test will also calculate stiffness and elastic modulus
    • Creep (Defined Extension) - Use this test to hold a sample for a period of time at the load achieved after it has been either compressed or tensioned by a defined extension. The test will calculate the creep distance and the rate of creep, or if the sample breaks, the time to break. The rate of creep is calculated between two markers. If the sample breaks, then the time from the start of the hold period to the break time is recorded
    • Creep (Defined Load) - Use this test to hold a sample for a period of time at the extension achieved after it has been either compressed or tensioned by a defined load. The test will calculate the creep distance and the rate of creep, or if the sample breaks, the time to break. The rate of creep is calculated between two markers. If the sample breaks, then the time from the start of the hold period to the break time is recorded
    • Coefficient of Friction - used to determine the static and kinetic coeeficient s of friction between two pieces of film. this setup uses the sled method as defined in ASTM D1894 and BS 2782 Method 824A.
    • Relaxation (Defined Extension) - used to hold a sample at a defined extension for a user-specified period of time. Use this test to hold a sample for a period of time at the load achieved after it has been either compressed or tensioned by a defined extension. The machine crosshead moves to a defined extension point and is held there for the duration of the specified Hold Time. The relaxation of the sample is recorded
    • Relaxation (Defined Load) - used to hold a sample at a defined load for a user-specified period of time. Use this test to hold a sample for a period of time at the load achieved after it has been either compressed or tensioned by a defined extension. The machine crosshead moves to a defined load point and is held there for the duration of the specified Hold Time. The relaxation of the sample is recorded.
    • Tear Strength (Trouser Method) - used with plastic sheets and conforms to BS 2782 Part 3 Method 360B. A rectangular test sample is used with a central cut forming two legs. The sample is pulled apart and the maximum and average force during the tear is measured. the plateau area is labelled with two movable markers. An event labelled "F" indicates the plateau force. The test will end if the load drops to 50% of the maximum load.
  • Foam Testing
    • Compression Foam Deflection - used to measure the force required to compress a sample by a percentage of its original thickness using a compression platen. The test uses the Datum feature and the machine must be zeroed in th eposition required to fit the sample. The thickness is automatically measured by the machine then the sample is preconditioned by compressing it twice to a percentage of the original thickness. This test complies with ASTM D3574 Part C. The machine will travel down until it finds the Datum Point. The machine will then return to the zero point to allow the sample to be placed into position. The machine will compress the sample twice to a pre-determined percentage of the original thickness.
    • Compressive Stress Strain - used to measure the compressive stress value of a sample. The thickness is automatically meausred by the machine then the sample is preconditioned by compressing it three times to a percentage of the original thickness. this test complies with DIN 53577 and ISO 3386 Part I. The machine will travel down until it finds the Datum Point. The machine will then return to the zero point to allow the sample to be placed into position. The machine will compress the sample three times to a pre-determined percentage of the original thickness.
    • Indentation Force Deflection - includes several tests for measuring IFD and IRDF of foam. Tests comply with the relevant sections of ASTM D3574 Part B2. This test applies two force values to a sample using an indentation foot. The test measures the thickness at the end of the hold times. The test uses the Datum feature and the machine must be zeroed in the position required to fit the sample. The thickness is automatically measured by the machine then the sample is preconditioned by compressing it twice to a defined load. The machine will travel down until it finds the Datum Point. The machine will then return to the zero point to allow the sample to be placed into position. The machine will then precondition the sample by compressing it to a percentage of its original thickness. It will remain at this point for the duration of the hold time. The crosshead will then return to the zero position before compressing the sample to the first IRDF point, it will remain at this position for the period of the hold time before returning to zero. It will then compress the sample to the second IRDF point and will remain at this position for the period of the hold time before returning to the zero point.
  • Food Testing
    • Fatigue Cyclic Test - measures the recovery properties of a sample which is not expected to fracture. The machine's crosshead will move downward until the preload force is applied. The extension is zeroed before the crosshead moves downward to the position specified. The machine will then cycle between this point and the zero point. The number of cycles is user-specified
    • Gel, 4-Point Setup - used to measure four parameters of a gel. These are: Bloom, Break Load, Modulus, Work Done to Break. The Bloom result conforms to BS757. The machine's crosshead will move downward until the preload force is applied. The extension will zero and the crosshead will then move to 1mm below the preload and the force measurement is taken. The crosshead then moves down to 4mm below the preload point. The force measurements are taken before the crosshead continues to move until the break is measured or when the distance from the preload is 20mm.
    • Single Hardness Test - used to measure the hardness of a sample and the work done on the sample to acheive the hardness result. The machine's crosshead will move downward until the preload force is applied. The extension is zeroed before the crosshead moves downward until the Depression Limit distance required is reached
    • Single Stickiness Test - used to measure the adhesiveness and adhesive force of a sample. The machine's crosshead will move downward until the preload force is applied. The extension is zeroed before the crosshead moves downward until the Compressive Force required is reached. The force is then held for the duration of hold time specified.
    • Snap Strength Test - measures the break strength and deformation of a sample. The machine's crosshead will move downward until the preload force is applied. The extension is zeroed before the crosshead moves downward to the Limit point specified
    • Stress Relaxation Test - measures the relaxation of a sample while compressed for a period of time. The machine's crosshead will move downward until the preload force is applied. The extension is zeroed before the crosshead moves downward to the specified limit. The crosshead is then held at this point for the duration of the specified Hold Time.
    • Texture Profile Analysis - measures the hardness, cohesiveness, springiness, chewiness, fracture force, adhesive force, adhesiveness and springiness index of a sample. The machine's crosshead will move downward until the preload force is applied. The sample gauge length initially contains the probe to table distance, but this will automatically change to the true sample height when the preload point is used. When the test is started, the distance from the start point to the preload point is subtracted from the gauge length value. The extension is zeroed at this point before the crosshead moves down to the specified percentage of the sample height. It then measures the load before returning to the preload point. It then returns to the percentage of the sample height and measure the load gain before returning to the starting position.
  • Metals Testing
    • Tensile Test - calculates the tensile properties of metal using two sets of extension readings. This test is based on BS EN ISO 7500 and ISO 6892. A strain gauge extensometer and a data aquisition card is required for this test
    • Simplified Tensile Test - calculates the tensile properties of metal using one set of extension readings. This test is based on BS EN ISO 7500 and ISO 6892. This test does not require a data acquisition card
  • Plastics Testing
    • Tensile Test - measures the tensile properties of plastic samples at a number of standard positions and up to eight user-specified positions. This test conforms to BS EN ISO 527-1, BS2782 Part 3 Method 322, and other plastic standards. During this test, the material tester's crosshead moves upward until a break is detected or until the extension limit has been reached.
    • Compression Test - compresses a plastic sample to a given Load, Deflection from Preload, Compressive Stress, or Nominal Compressive Strain. Load, deflection, compressive stress, nominal compressive strain and work done from preload are calculated at the maximum load, upper yield, lower yield offset yield, test limit and other user-specified points. this test complies with BS2782: Part 3: Method 345A and ISO 604. The compressive modulus of the sample is not calculated. During this test, the material tester's crosshead moves downward until a defined limit has been reached
  • Rubber Testing
    • Tensile Set for Rubber Dumbbells - used to measure the tensile set after stretching a rubber sample by a specified percentage of the sample's length. A new and unused specimen must be used. Tensile Set after Break can also be measured to ASTM D412(A). During this test, the crosshead moves up to pull a sample to the defined extension. It is then held at this point fora defined time. The sample is tehn relaxed to zero force and held for the same hold period. A constant speed is used throughout this test.
    • Tensile for Dumbbells - used to test rubber dumbbells at various temperatures. This test method is similar to ISO 37 and also complies with ASTM D412(A). This test requires the user of an external extensometer. A data aquisition card may also be used. During this test, the crosshead moves upward until a sample break is registered. During the test, a stress measurement is taken at a specific elongation point. All extension measurements should be taken using an external extensometer.
    • Tensile for Rings - used to test rubber rings at various temperatures. This test method is similar to ISO 37 and also complies with ASTM D412(B). This method is used for testing rubber rings with a circular cross section. This test requires the user of an external extensometer. A data aquisition card may also be used. During this test, the crosshead moves upward until a sample break is registered. During the test, a stress measurement is taken at a specific elongation point. All extension measurements should be taken using an external extensometer.
    • Tear Resistance - used to determine the tear resistance of vulcanized rubber. It does not apply to testing hard rubber. During this test, the crosshead moves upward until a sample break is registered
    • Compress to Limit - used to precondition a sample and then compress it to a specified load value, extension from preload, stress or strain. Load, extension, stress, and strain are calculated at the test limit and at other user-specified points. Young's modulus is also calculated. During the test, the auto-measure feature measures the datum point before starting the test. The sample is then compressed by the required amount before returning to the zero point. If pre-conditioning is required, the machine will first measure the datum point before pre-condioning the sample
  • Spring Testing -used to cycle springs between limits and for calculating spring rate, difference between first and last cycle, height, load. Scragging may be applied.
  • Textiles Testing
    • Seam Slippage - compares the difference between two samples. The first sample is a strip of fabric and the second sample is two pieces of the same fabric sewn together with a seam. When the second sample is tested, the trace from the first test is overlaid and the test setup performs the comparison
    • Extension and Modulus Test - assesses the extensibility and power of elastomer-based fabrics and narrow elastics. This test complies with Marks and Spencer P14
    • Peel Bond Strength - determines the load per unit width required to separate layers of laminated fabric. This test complies with Marks and Spencer P13
    • Tensile Strength - determines the tensile strength of woven fabrics. This test complies with Marks and Spencer P11.

    Standard Batch Tests

    • Pull To Break
    • Pull To Load Limit
    • Pull with Yields
    • Compress To Rupture
    • Compress To Load Limit
    • Compress with Yields
    • Cycling
    • Creep
    • Relaxation
    • Tearing & Peeling
    • Flexural (3- and 4-point bend)
    • Snap On - Snap Off
    • Insertion & Extraction
    • Friction
    • Hardness
    • Adhesion

    System Requirements (Minimum)

    • Pentium II® Processor, 400MHz
    • 128MB RAM
    • 250MB Hard Disk Space
    • 16550 UART
    • CD ROM Drive (For Installation)
    • VGA Display Drive, 1024 x 768 Resolution

     

    TickIT is a procedure developed to evaluate and certify that software quality meets the requirements of ISO 9001. The main objective of TickIT is to add value to the ISO certification process by ensuring that quality system audits for software are carried out by competent registered auditors. NEXYGEN Series software products are TickIT accredited.

    A common misconception is that a product is "21 CFR Part 11 Approved". Often customers inquire as to whether the Nexygen software is approved under 21 CFR Part 11 guidelines. Chatillon Nexygen MT Series software includes a Security Module that helps users comply with 21 CFR Part 11 guidelines. It allows users to integrate the Nexygen MT product and testing system into their overall quality procedures, quality processes and system environments. The Security Module "assists" users in meeting these guidelines by providing functions that adhere to the objective of maintaining security and integrity of electronic records and signatures. These functions include: audit trails, time stamps, general security and archiving.

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