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A 3345 System can be used with a webcam connected to Bluehill 3 to track the force needed to tear flexible plastic film in accordance with ASTM D 1004-13.
To determine tensile and elongation properties of microtensile plastics in accordance with ASTM D1708-13, used a 3345 system with a 225 lb. load cell.
With a unique shape and delicate materials, composite tow specimens present challenges for tensile testing, but an AutoX extensometer can assist in the process.
Instron assisted a steel manufacturer with a 5985 testing system and model SF-16 split furnace to perform tensile tests to a specimen at a high temperature.
With temperature tension tests of metals to calculate tensile strength, yield strength, and elongation or reduction, follow ASTM E21 to meet modern requirements.
To follow ASTM E8, specific dimensions and gripping solutions need to be used in tension testing of metallic materials like sheets, wires, and pipes.
Different sized shoulder-end metals are needed to tensile test to ASTM E8 and A370 standards, and Split Insert Tensile Holders add ease to changing the inserts.
The AutoX 750 and AVE can be used for tensile testing metallic materials to ASTM E8 standards and reduce the operator interaction with the specimen.
While a high temperature test took place inside an environmental chamber, a specially designed ball indent test fixture adjusted the pushrods.
Cargo netting needs to be tested to find out the durability of the material and design in order to meet standards for different automotive applications.
To determine the tensile strength and modulus of composite laminates, load the products to failure with Instron Hydraulic Wedge grips on a 5900 series frame.
For thermal insulating materials used in construction, EN 1607 tells how to determine the tensile strength perpendicular to its faces.
Automatic extensometers provide the most accuracy for tensile and cyclic testing of delicate Nitinol wire used in the biomedical industry.
A SATEC Series LX or KN Model Machine follow IS 1608 to determine the maximum force, tensile strength, and total elongation for metallic materials.
ISO 13934-1 is used to determine the tensile properties of woven textile fabric strips.
ISO 13934-2 is used to determine the tensile properties of woven fabrics using the grab method.
When measuring modulus and strain of plastics, use an extensometer that provides high accuracy and has an acceptable gauge length and travel.
The strength, strain at failure, and modulus from isotropic and orthotropic fiber-reinforced plastic composites are tensile tested, following ISO 527.
For tensile testing of metallic materials, ISO 6892-1:2016 has the options to focus on strain rate (Method A) or stress rate (Method B) to strain a specimen to failure.
Video extensometers add ease to following JIS standards for sheet metal testing where R value, N value, yield strength, and other calculations need to be applied.
To avoid slippage, test medical tubing and catheters with pneumatic cord and yarn grips or pneumatic side action grips with rubber faces, depending on the material.
A tensile test is performed on solder pins until failure as part of the mechanical tests on printed circuit boards for the electronics market.
For a manufacturer wanting to tensile test steel cord reinforcement in tires, Instron suggested vee jaw faces, coated holders, and custom pneumatic wedge grips.
TAPPI publishes standards for the paper industry and the tensile breaking strength, bursting strength, tensile breaking load, breaking strength, and tear factor.
A Model SF-16 split furnace can be used with an Industrial Series 300 DX system or a 5900 Series Test System for hot tensile testing.
For tensile testing high strength webbing material, Instron provides capstan grips to prevent slippage and jaw breaks.