Tensile Testing Machine

Tensile Testing Machine Manufacturer and Suppliers India

Test Types of Tensile Testing Machine

  • 1. Tensile Test
  • 2. Peel, Adhesion & Bond Test
  • 3. Compression Test
  • 4. Stiffness Test
  • 5. Flexural Bend Test
  • 6. Shear Test
  • 7. Torsion Test
  • 8. Tear And Friction test
  • 9. Fracture And Crack Growth test
  • 10. Modulus of Elasticity test

Material testing applications

  • 1. Plastics (Pipes/Films/Laminations)
  • 2. Geo synthetics/Geo Textiles material
  • 3. Textiles Material
  • 4. Wood and Timber
  • 5. Paper and Paper products
  • 6. Elastomer and rubber
  • 7. Metal

Compliance standards of Tensile Testing Machine

ASTM D638, ASTM D790, ASTM D3039, ASTM D882, ASTM D412, ASTM D429, ASTM D624, ASTM D76, ASTM E154, ASTM C836, ASTM D2240, ASTM D3039, ASTM D3786, ASTM D4533, ASTM D4595, ASTM D4632, ASTM D4833, ASTM D6241, EN 12311-1 /ISO R527, DIN 53504, EN 12310 Part 1:2000, EN ISO 12236, ISO 34, ISO 10319, ISO 527, ISO 178, ISO 2062, ISO 604, IS 13360, IS 3400, IS 15477

General specifications of Tensile Testing Machine

Load capacity and accuracy

Capacity (Kg) Capacity (KN) Least count With Induction Motor (Gram) (Newton) Least count With Servo Motor (Gram) (Newton)
5 0.05 1 Gram (0.01 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
10 0.1 1 Gram (0.01 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
20 0.2 2 Grams (0.02 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
50 0.5 5 Grams (0.05 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
100 1 10 Grams (0.1 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
250 2.5 100 Grams (1 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
500 5 200 Grams (2 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
1000 10 500 Grams (5 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
2500 25 1000 Grams (10 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
5000 50 2000 Grams (20 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)
10000 100 5000 Grams (50 N) 1 Gram (0.01 N)

Mechanical structure

  • High grade steel gives unmatched performance, accuracy and precision
  • Rigid machine frame with high stiffness
  • Equipped with multi-position limit detectors for best protection of operator, test sample and machine
  • Column protection over total traverse stroke

Cross head driven

Cross head driven by Backlash free ball screw assembly to provide high load capacity

Traveling length

Maximum travel from grip to grip is 800mm at extension least count of 0.01mm. Higher length is also available on demand (optional).

Available Motor Options, Speed range and Speed selection

Attributes For Economy Model For Precision Models
Motor AC Induction motor Servo Motor
Speed Range 1-500 mm/min (No Load & Half Load) 50-500 mm/min (Full Load) 0.001-500 mm/min (No Load/Half Load/Full Load)
Speed Selection Through Variable Frequency AC Drive Through Servo Drive

Controlling device

PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) and Smart Touch Screen HMI Display. Economy models comprises of Microprocessor based Digital controller in place of PLC & HMI.

Computer interfacing facility & software

RS-232/RS-485/Ethernet based PLC controller, Profile based software to start the test quicker, Menu driven software parameters, User-friendly and easy to understand, Can provide full control of all parameters, Full test analysis with statistical and graphical print-out, User can export the generated data in Excel, PDF, Word format.

Grips

Choose from a wide range of grips and fixtures for tension, compression, flexural, shear, peel, puncture and bond testing

Result and parameters

Max Load, Max Elongation, Yield force, Yield Elongation, Break force, break elongation, GPD, etc test results and parameters can be observed on HMI Screen & In dedicated software.

Mode of test

Tensile as well as compression test facility available, mode selection via software. No need to change mode every times before starting the new test.

Safety features

Over load protection, reverse direction load protection, Maximum elongation protection for load cell, Limit switches on either end etc.

Tensile Testing Machines - A Industry making India Better


Tensile testing is also known as tension testing. It is the most fundamental materials science and engineering test that you can perform on any material. This test is performed on the materials to determine how much tension cans a material handle; it also determines the breaking strength of the material. Few other properties that are measured by the tensile test are maximum elongation, reduction in area, Young’s modulus, yield strength, strain hardening characteristics, Poisson’s ratio and ultimate tensile strength. Tensile Testing Machines are used for various industrial applications.


Tensile testing can be done for various purposes and some of those purposes for performing tensile testing are:


>> It helps in selecting a material for a particular application
>> To predict how a material will perform in normal and extreme conditions
>> This test provides a basis for technical communication.
>> It provides evidence in legal proceedings.
>> It offers a technical means of comparison of several options.
>> To demonstrate the utility of a proposed patent.
>> To decide if a new product development program is on track.
>> To determine if the product meets the specification and the requirements.

Tensile testing is a most widely used mechanical test as with the help of this test, the designers and quality managers predict the behaviour of the product in their intended applications. Tensile testing is carried out at a material testing laboratory under the ASTM D638 protocol. Tensile tests are relatively inexpensive, simple and fully standardized as by pulling on a material you can quickly determine how the material will react to the forces that are being applied in the form of tension. During this pulling process, you can determine the strength of the material along with how much it will extend.


There are four major types of tensile testing:


Adhesion Strength

Adhesion strength testing is often referred to adhesive, sealants, tape, laminates, and cosmetics, general packaging seal strength, electronics, medical device packaging and applications where bond strength measurement is critical. It is carried out on a ranged force and material testing systems according to the application needs.


Peel

The peel strength tensile testing is used to measure the bond of the strength of a material. This test typically measures the bond strength of an adhesive. In scientific terms, the peel strength is the average load per unit width of bond line required to separate bonded materials by an angle of 180 degrees, this angle is known as the angle of separation.


Bending/ Flexural testing

In bending tensile testing there are two subcategories named 3 point bend and 4 point bend. Bending tests vary according to the products. Bending tensile testing involves the measurement of ductility of a material.


Tear Resistance

Tear resistance tensile testing is majorly used in plastic film, textiles and paper industries. It is basically the measurement of a material’s ability to resist tearing. The tear resistance tensile testing involves the load required to propagate a single rip-tongue (tear coming from a cut) type of tear in the textile industry.


There are various benefits of tensile testing machine as the data that is driven from the tensile testing can be used in many ways like to determine consistency in manufacture, to determine batch quality, to aid in the design process, to ensure compliance with international and industry standards and to reduce material costs and achieve lean manufacturing goals. Just like so many benefits there are various applications too of tensile testing which includes Aerospace industry, automotive industry, construction industry, beverage industry, medical device industry, paper and board industry, packaging industry, electrical and electronics industry, textiles industry, safety, health, fitness, and leisure industry, pharmaceuticals industry, plastics, rubber and elastomers industry.


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