Testing materials in continuously higher temperatures comes along with some often-disregarded challenges in test machine set-ups. In this workshop, you receive a brief overview of the essential testing machine characteristics for testing in high temperature up to +1,200°C and ultra-high temperature up to +2,300°C. You will also learn, how time-consuming high-temperature tests can be optimized with multi-furnace test solutions with hot loading functionality for higher specimen throughputs. Meet our expert in this field and allow us to get to know your high-temperature test challenges.
Dr. Thomas Leitgeb-Simandl, ZwickRoell Fürstenfeld, Austria
Dr. Thomas Leitgeb-Simandl is a sales and project engineer at ZwickRoell in Fürstenfeld and has his background in mechanical engineering. He is also responsible for product management of high-temperature test systems. He is with the ZwickRoell family for more than 9 years and during this time, he has succeeded in many interesting high-temperature testing projects.