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The Extensometer Newsletter – April 2020 / Issue 9

Stay productive and learn about extensometry – 20 short videos

Learn about extensometers for materials testing in Epsilon’s video library of short videos showing extensometer demonstrations, setup, and applications.

On our website:
▶️Epsilon ONE® – non-contacting
▶️Model 3542 – general-purpose tension/compression
▶️Model 3442 – small gauge lengths
▶️Model 3543 – rebar

▶️Model 3442AVG – composites
▶️Model 3549 – high-temperature metals
▶️Model 3421 – composite sandwich core shear
▶️Model 3540 – deflectometer
▶️Model 3800 – rubber
▶️Model 3575 – Poisson’s ratio [installation]
▶️Model 3550 – tension-torsion [setup]
▶️Model 3544 – rock and concrete [setup]

▶️Model 3590VHR – extensometer calibrators 

On Epsilon’s YouTube channel:
Epsilon Technology on YouTube

Epsilon explains how to get reliable non-contacting strain measurements

Read an interview with Dr. Wes Womack, Epsilon’s Director of Engineering. Wes explains critical calibration considerations, the importance of resolution specs, system architecture, and more.

New Epsilon ONE® web page section: RESOURCES

Quickly find key resources to learn about the Epsilon ONE optical non-contacting extensometer’s technologies, applications and specs: videos, Tech Notes, data sheets and more.

Next Steps

A Message To Our Customers

We are all in a unique situation at this time. Health and safety for everyone is the highest concern, yet Epsilon recognizes that extensometers are critical for many testing programs and quality labs. The well-being of our employees is also of the highest importance. To achieve a balance, Epsilon is continuing production on your orders but using a modified schedule that achieves social distancing for our employees while maintaining our manufacturing flow. We will follow guidelines of local health authorities in the coming weeks, which may affect our production, but we will work to complete orders, repairs and calibrations as close to the promised date as possible.

Please contact us if you want to upgrade the shipping speed of our orders or if your facility is closed and unable to receive shipments.

Stay safe and stay well.

The Team at Epsilon Technology

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