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New Fully Automatic Ring Shear Soil Testing System

The new Fully automatic Ring Shear Soil Testing System - Torshear EmS - is a versatile machine that benefits from the new low maintenance, efficient and environmentally-friendly Electromechanical Servoactuation (EmS) technology.
  • Fully automatic: Automated Ring Shear Soil Testing system managed by local user interface with 6” touch screen high resolution color display.
  • Smart system: Removable load cells and displacement transducers simplifies testing, maintenance and calibration.
  • High-performing: Maximum vertical stress 1,200 kPa, maximum shear stress 1,000 kPa and infinite variable speed from 0.00001 to 1000°/min. Pre-shearing stage selectable and adjustable.
  • Environmentally friendly: The Torshear EmS benefits from the new Electromechanical Servoactuation (EmS) technology.
  • Lightweight and compact: System is easy to handle, can be located on a standard bench, has a small footprint and maximizes the use of space in your laboratory.
Discover the benefits of the new Electromechanical Servoactuation (EmS) technology of Wykeham Farrance, that delivers better performance than pneumatic systems and removes the need for large, noisy, power consuming air compressors and air treatment devices.
The market-leading range of EmS equipment is:
  • High performing, silent and compact
  • Easy-to-use with user-friendly software
  • Affordable
  • Totally expandable and modular
  • Suited to both Research and Commercial laboratories
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Controls Group USA, Inc.

2521 Technology Drive, Suite 203
Elgin, Il 60124.
Phone: +1 844 291 4305
Email: info@controls-usa.com
www.controls-usa.com

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