ADMET Celebrates 20 Years with $30,000 Test System Giveaway
News Mar 27, 2009
The materials testing system awarded through this program will include one of ADMET's eXpert single- or dual-column 560x, 760x or 261x tabletop universal testing machines, Micro-eP palm-sized testers or DForce Dynamic test system as appropriate for the described project. The system will be equipped with ADMET's popular PC-based Materials Testing System, MTESTQuattro™ and include the necessary grips and fixtures for the planned application.
"For 20 years ADMET's focus has been on producing leading edge testing systems that are reliable, exceed international standards and are easy to learn and use," said Richard Gedney, ADMET founder and president. "As technology changed, we expanded our scope to meet the needs of these new emerging markets, such as biomedical and biomaterials. Our 20th anniversary presents an opportunity to show our appreciation for our success by supporting a worthy research or testing project."
Details of the giveaway program
How to apply: The application is available for download on ADMET's Web site, www.admet.com. All applications must be received by June 30, 2009.
Selection Criteria: The applicant must be the project director of an active ongoing research or testing project with defined objectives in the biomedical field. Each applicant must complete all of the required information and describe how the equipment will be used to further their project findings. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Selection Process: All fully completed applications will be judged by a committee by July 24, 2009. The recipient organization will be notified at that time.
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