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ADMET Inc.

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51 Morgan Drive
Norwood, MA 02062

About ADMET Inc.

  • Since 1989, ADMET has been providing biomedical materials and device testing systems for tension, compression, bending, torsion and biaxial testing. ADMET systems are used in a diverse set of applications from testing from bone to metal, absorbable fiber based products to foam and elastomers.
    We offer a full range of test systems with capacities from 50 grams to 600kN; capable of both static and fatigue testing to 20 Hz.
    We also provide grips, fixtures and accessories including fluid baths, heating and cooling systems.
    ADMET’s on-site service and calibration team includes over 100 individuals in over 40 locations. We also offer web based and on-site training.
    Each of our systems can be tailored to accommodate various specimen sizes and faster test speeds.
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Products by ADMET Inc.

  • ADMET Torsion Testing Systems

    ADMET configures vertical and horizontal Torsion Testing Systems for static, dynamic,and fatigue testing applications. 360^ revolution, angle or torque control, variety of collet and lathe chuck grips, biaxial configurations available. Read more