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1. What is meant by "universal testing"? (It does not mean world wide.)

2. Why is it being recommended?

3. What are possible negative consequences of required universal testing?

Jul 7th, 2015

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1. Universal Testing is an independent testing laboratory specializing in the inorganic analysis of trace mineral premixes, base mineral premixes, and minerals.


2. A Universal Testing Machine otherwise known as a materials testing machine/ test frame is used to test the tensile and compressive properties of materials. Such machines generally have two columns but single column types are also available. Load cells and extensometers measure the key parameters of force and deformation as the sample is tested. These machines are widely used and would be found in any materials testing laboratory. 
*It is used for the measurement of loads and the associated test specimen deflections such as those encountered in tensile, compressive or flexural modes. 
*Universal Testing Machines range is designed for quick and reliable tensile, compression, flexure (bending), shear, peel, fatigue cycling, and constant load tests on metals, composites, alloys, plastics, elastomers, textiles, and finished products which is very important before the material is put into the operation.

3. .Many of the people who receive such payments don't really need them. In fact they often say so themselves. It is thus wasteful and inappropriate that they should be getting them.

• It is especially unhelpful at a time of serious cuts in budgets, when it's really important to focus what money there is, as wisely and carefully as possible to meet the greatest need.

• It's hardly fair to those who are really in want, if others who are far from that situation get the same benefits. It's unjust and means that what resources there are aren't being properly targeted to those most in need. If that money wasn't being wasted on those who don't really need it, it would go to those who do.

The arguments given for means testing are always benign and generally reflect a concern with efficiency, the wellbeing of the most disadvantaged, and fairness.


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