Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

An expandable multi-axial MTS structural testing system was supplied and installed in the School of Mechanical Engineering in 2014 for testing vehicle structures at high and low-frequency fatigue tests. The system comprises of one 50kN actuator, a digital multi-channel controller with software, and a hydraulic power pack.

University of Thessaly

The Concrete Technology and Reinforced Concrete Structures Laboratory of the Department of Civil Engineering have been using MTS servo-hydraulic actuators for uniaxial and multi-axial tests. The electronic control system was upgraded in 2014 to provide simultaneous control of two actuators for more elaborate tests. The system was supplied and commissioned by NEOTEK.

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The first MTS Dynamic Triaxial Testing System for soils in Greece was supplied to the Division of Geotechnical Engineering, Laboratory of Soil Mechanics, Foundations and Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, several years ago. The original electronic control system was replaced by an MTS digital computer-controlled system that was supplied and installed by NEOTEK.

National Technical University of Athens

An MTS 10kN Electro-dynamic testing system for light materials was supplied and commissioned to the Strength of Materials Laboratory of the Engineering Department (SEMFE). The system was supplied complete with a number of testing accessories and upgraded with the supply of a Video Extensometer system for non-contact information on the behavior of materials under testing.

Cyprus University of Technology

The Department of Civil Engineering and Geomatics procured in 2010 a complete MTS servo-hydraulic Structural Testing System comprising of hydraulic power and cooling system, four servo-hydraulic actuators of various sizes for static and dynamic applications, a multi-channel digital control system and software. The system was supplied, installed and commissioned successfully by NEOTEK.


In 2016, NEOTEK supplied and installed a Video-extensometer system to monitor strain on materials under testing to the Institute of Research and Technology, Volos.