Résistance à l'impact de joints collés (ISO 11343)
Impact resistance is one of the most important properties for component designers to consider, as well as the most difficult to quantify. Impact resistance is a critical measure of service life and more importantly these days, it involves the perplexing problem of product safety and liability. With the combined experience of Dynatup® and CEAST, Instron® has more than 80 years experience in designing impact testing systems to simulate real-life impact conditions.
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The new CEAST DAS 64K is a state-of-the-art Data Acquisition System designed for impact testing instruments. Compatible with the full range of CEAST impact testing systems, including pendulum type machines (CEAST 9000 Series) and drop towers (CEAST 9300 Series), it’s the key for instrumented impact testing. The DAS 64K also enables the data collection from instrumented tups or hammers on older models and non-CEAST impact machines.
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How to ensure the high performances and structural integrity of adhesives, under real life conditions, especially when used in safety-critical areas? ISO 11343 is a standardized Impact test method, used to measure the resistance of high-strength structural adhesives to cleavage fracture at various speeds and user-defined temperatures. Check how you to perform ISO 11343 Wedge Peel with our Instron-CEAST 9350 Drop Tower
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