Rubber tensile fatigue tester is designed to determine the resistance of vulcanized rubber to fatigue under repeated tensile deformation. Regarding the rubber tensile fatigue tester, The required number of test cycle to break the test pieces can be determined.
This high temperature rubber tensile fatigue tester has been widely used in high acceleration life test (HALT) and stress screening test (HASS). This tensile fatigue tester not only has the performance of a general fatigue tester, but also can be tested at high temperatures. Further effective shortening the test time, has won valuable time for product development.
Meanwhile, This rubber tensile fatigue tester can also cooperate with the cryogenic box to perform fatigue testing at low temperature, and further adapt to different industries and test requirements. The operation manual of temperature rubber tensile fatigue tester, Please download here !
|●||Model Type: WE-TTT-0110L-1|
|●||Testing Room (WxDxH): 400mm x 550mm x 500mm|
|●||External Dimension (WxDxH): 1160mm x 920mm x 1460mm|
|●||Temperature Range: +10C ~ +250C|
|●||Test Station: 16 Samples for Rubber Tensile Fatigue Tester|
|●||Space between upper and lower clamping fixtures: 0~200 mm (Adjustable)|
|●||Stretching Stroke: 0~100 mm (Adjustable)|
|●||The following fixture, round-trip speed range: 60~300 cpm|
|●||Counter: LED LCD Display, 0~9999 times (Adjustable)|
|●||Control Function: HMI + PLC controller, separate technology; When test sample breaks, machine stops running|
|●||Fixture shape and sample holding method: Square fixture, Clamp sample around|
|●||Power: Single Phase, AC 110V, 220V, 380V, 50Hz, 60Hz|
For the tensile fatigue tester specifications and content, if any change occurs, please refer to the actual quotation data of the company. Testing Standard for comply with GB/T 1688-2008, ISO 6943:2007, ASTM D1329, D813, ISO 2921, 6943.
This high temperature rubber tensile fatigue tester is used for determining the resistance of the vulcanized rubber to fatigue after the vulcanized rubber is repeatedly stretched at an elevated temperature. A dumbbell specimen is repeatedly stretched so as to observe its crack growth and break.