FTC large scale fixture table

FTC large scale fixture table	The FTC Large Scale Fixture table is designed to be used to support the the Kramer Shear Cell and all other FTC prefixed fixtures. The heavy duty design of this table allows for forces up to 2500N. The table is designed to hold the cells in accurate alignment during testing and prevent the automatic cleaning plate from rising up with the blades during the return stroke of the TMS-Pro and Touch units.

The table is made from anodized aluminium and fits onto the "T" slot base using the "T" slot screws that are supplied with the base.

 

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FTC large scale fixture table

 

Contents and summary

 

Part Number Description
432-043 FTC LARGE SCALE FIXTURE TABLE
Heavy Duty test stand for Kramer Shear Cell and other FTC prefix fixtures.

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My first contact with FTC was through buying texture analyzer equipment as my area of interest is Rheology. We faced a problem operating the appliance. The company tried hard to help us through the internet, but the University thought it was better to send me to the company branch located in England. I received a highly advanced training course for 10 days free of charge. They provided me with programs that operate the equipment along with the information needed.

It was a great effort and outstanding support. I would like to thank Shirl Lakeway and FTC for providing me with this opportunity and for his continuous help. Finally, I encourage researchers who are interested in the physical properties of foods and dairy to choose FTC as it is a respectable and dependable company and offers the best deals concerning prices and training with different languages, such as Arabic for the Middle East.

Professor Hoda El-Zeini, Dairy Science and Agriculture University - Cairo, Egypt
Professor
https://cu.edu.eg

I have been using the TMS-Pro mechanical tester in our undergraduate biological materials property course for the past 3 years. The simple setup and operation of the TMS-Pro allows my students to focus on learning the theoretical underpinnings of mechanical properties instead of fighting with a finicky test system.

An added bonus is working with Shirl and his amazing team at Food Technology Corporation. They respond almost immediately to questions and inquiries and are always friendly and helpful. 

Jennifer (Melander) Keshwani, Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
http://www.unl.edu/

I have found FTC to be an excellent partner for our company. In particular, it has been especially gratifying to work with Shirl Lakeway. Both creative and accommodating, he worked very hard with us to develop our projects.

I appreciate his commitment to our joint efforts and his open-minded approach. He and FTC have been exceptionally helpful.

Steve Antonius, Del Monte Foods
http://www.delmonte.com/