Ball Rebound Tester is a device designed to test resilience of materials such as foam, polyurethane and other similar materials. The unit comes certified in accordance with DIN EN ISO 8307 and ASTM D3574 industry standards. The test consists of a 16mm magnetic ball dropping freely onto a sample from a specified height of 500mm. The electronic console unit that comes standard with this instrument will show the measured value and calculate the proportion of the average value in %. After the test completion, a sensor placed close to the holder ensures that the ball is returns to the home position.
|Model #||Ball Rebound Tester|
|Sample Size||100mm×100mm, height 50mm|
|Standards||DIN EN ISO 8307 and ASTM D3574|
|Power Supply||100 – 240 VAC; 50 / 60 Hz|
|IP Code||Electronic Unit IP 30
Down Pipe IP 20
|Data Output||V24 RS 232 – 9600 baud, 1 start bit, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit|
7.87 x 9.84 x 23.6"
200 x 250 x 600 mm
7.87 x 6.73 x 3.54"
200 x 171 x 90 mm
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