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Mark-10: Manual Test Stand- Model ES05
The new compact ES05 test stand is designed for compression testing of up to 30 lb (150 N). Typical applications include switch contact activation testing, small spring testing, peel testing, and more.

Mark-10: Manual Test Stand- ES30
The ES30 Force Measurement Test Stand is a versatile and economical solution for most compression and tensile testing applications. It can accept a wide variety of sample shapes and sizes and can be configured in many positions due to modular design.

Mark-10: Manual Test Stand - ES10/ES20
The ES10 and ES20 manual test stands are compact and economical solutions for compression and tensile testing of small samples. Choose between a lever (ES10) for quick-action testing or a hand wheel (ES20) for more precise testing with greater consistency in testing results.

Mark-10 TST Manual Torque Test Stand
The TST Torque Measurement Test Stand is ideal for a wide variety of torque testing applications up to 100 lbin, including closure torque testing, fastener torque testing, and more. The TST’s versatile modular design allows it to be configured for a variety of torque sensors and gripping fixtures.

Mark-10 TSF Manual Test Stand, 1000LBf Capacity
The TSF Force Measurement Test Stand is ideal for spring testing, destructive testing, product integrity testing, and other applications requiring up to 1,000 lb (5,000 N) of push or pull force. The stand features a large side mounted hand wheel requiring minimal user effort and a rigid 3” x 3” column.

Mark-10 TSC Manual Test Stand, 1000LBf Capacity
The TSC Force Measurement Test Stand is ruggedly built for testing up to 1,000 lb of compression or tension force. A large hand wheel requires little effort, even at high loads, and a precision Acme screw and nut ensure smooth operation over time.

Mark-10 TSA750/TSAH750 Lever Operated Test Stand, 750LBf Capacity
The lever operated Force Measurement Test Stand Model TSA750 is a perfect solution for quick-action pull testing and compression testing of up to 750 lb of tensile or compressive force.