Plastics can be tested for virtually any property ranging from durability to ease of flow. The most common testing procedures include: Shore/IRHD hardness testing, tensile testing, impact testing and melt flow index testing. NextGen Material Testing provides the widest variety of equipment for plastics' quality control testing to meet the highest of standards.Read More...
Electromechanical Universal Testing Machines provide a solution for low and moderate capacity plastic, and plastic compound materials. The tensile testing systems come readily equipped with our TestPilot advanced control software and can be suited with various grips and fixtures according to your requirements. Additional grips and fixtures can be acquired at a later time.
Pendulum Charpy and Izod Impact Testing for plastic and rubber specimens is a high strain-rate test to determine the amount of energy absorbed by a material during fracture. Impact specimens are of standard or subsize dimensions that can be found in a variety of industry standards including ASTM E23, ASTM A370, EN 10045-1 and ISO 148.
NextGen is proud to present our German line of fully-automatic Shore, IRHD and VLRH hardness testing system for plastic materials, plastic and foam compounds for the ultimate precision, accuracy and repeatability, exceptional ease-of-use and maintenance. Experience the industry leader for specimen testing including rubbers, plastics, foams, composites, o-rings, and more.
HPEIII is NextGen's advanced German line of equipment that is the new generation of HPE systems ideal for various plastic and plastic compound testing. The new system enhancements offer advantages including temperature sensor, reading values of ambient temperature and humidity, historical hardness value display, larger LCD display, standard USB connection and much more. These advanced portable systems can be paired up with either manual or automatic motorized test stands to help eliminate the human error factor and maximize accuracy and repeatability between test when switching from one operator to the next.
This German-manufactured system has been the global benchmark of Shore hardness testing systems since 1954. With ever enhanced ergonomic design, the HP Shore Hardness Tester is both visually appealing and precise rubber and plastic testing system as it has been for nearly 50 years.
Gelomat is an automatic capsule hardness tester designed for regular and soft gel capsule testing. This state of the art system is developed by the latest R&D technology to meet and exceed the highest quality standards for gelatin capsule testing. The system comes standard with your desired testing head and can be upgraded to optional accessories for maximum efficiency.
This German manufactured fruit firmness and fruit hardness testing device is designed specification for the determination of the pulp hardness of a given fruit. This state-of-the-art device is invaluable for trading companies serious about their quality control procedures. The unit helps identify the harvest date of the specific fruits relative to the time of transpirations and storage.
Manual and Fully-Automatic Pendulum Rebound Resilience Tester. These rebound testers will determine the dynamic behavior of various materials and supply the differentiation of these materials' qualities. It will also identify material changes after aging and fatigue. The Pendulum Rebound Tester is out there with an adjustable heater for sample temperatures up to 100 ℃. It can simulate the effect of heat on the elasticity of samples with different formulations.