Splash resistance tester wholesale by GesterInstruments? Universal testing machine (also known as tensile testing machine) that performs tensile, compression, flexure, peel, tear, shear, friction, and other types of mechanical testing in accordance with ASTM, ISO, and other industry standards. GESTER Abrasion Tester Professional manufacturer, providing a full range of solutions, Martindale Abrasion Tester in line with ASTM, ISO and other standard requirements, factory direct sales. Read more info on splash resistance tester.

Significance and Use: Fabric Pneumatic Bursting Tester method for the determination of diaphragm bursting strength of knitted, nonwoven and woven fabrics is being used by the textile industry for the evaluation of a wide variety of end uses. universal testing machine compression test : tensile test generally involves clamping the two ends of the material sample on two fixtures separated by a certain distance. The two clamps separate and stretch the specimen at a certain speed. The change in stress on the sample is measured until the sample is destroyed. The tensile test of the tensile machine is one of the most widely used methods for studying the mechanical strength of materials, and it is necessary to use constant speed motion.

Correct use of computerized universal testing machine: Make sure all wiring is correct before the tensile testing machine is operated and preheat for at least 15 minutes to package the stability of the sensor. According to the test, the position of the upper and lower limit blocks is reasonably set to prevent the instrument from running over the stroke and causing damage to the fixture and the sample. When pressing the fast up button or the fast down button, do not put your hand between the moving beam and the fixed specimen, fixture or test device to avoid injury.

The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as the standard, with the exception of mils when determining coating thickness.Test Procedure: The haze or original weight of test specimen is measured. The test specimen is then placed on the taber wear and abrasion tester. A 250, 500, or 1000-gram load is placed on top of the abrader wheel and allowed to spin for a specified number of revolutions. Different abrading wheels are specified. A haze measurement or final weight is taken. The load and wheel can be adjusted for softer and harder materials.

Reagent Preparation: Prepare corresponding reagents according to different test standards and keep them as standby. If sodium perborate is required in the test, the preheating temperature shall not exceed 60℃ when preparing the solution, and it shall be used within 30 minutes at most to prevent the loss of oxidant. Solution Warm-up: Put the specified volume of solution and a specified number of steel balls into the stainless steel cup, put the stainless steel cup into the launderometer for a few minutes, preheat to the specified temperature. Then put in the prepared sample for test. Find additional information on gesterinstruments.com.