NextGen's Pendulum Rebound Resilience Tester series offer both manual and fully-automatic options with digital display terminal. 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.
The objective of tests on elastomers and foams is the straightforward and fast measurement of material elasticity. One material that is up to 100% elastic stores supplied energy and releases it at the moment the force is no longer applied. In contrast, material that is up to 100% plastic absorbs supplied energy completely. These characteristics are used to measure rebound resilience.
These systems are developed for the determination of the resilience elasticity of elastomers, soft elastic foams and similar materials during shock loading calculation of the median value in accordance with DIN 53512, ASTM D 1054, and ISO 4662 standards. Read more in our newest mega blog!
|Model #||Pendulum Rebound Resilience Tester|
|Power Supply: Input:||100 – 240 VAC ; 50 / 60 hz 1P|
|Measuring Ranges:||Rubber resilience|
|Data Output:||V24 RS 232 - 9600 baud, 1 start bit, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit|
|Length of Pendulum:||200 mm|
|Angle of Incidence:||90°|
|Impact Velocity:||2 m/s|
|Adjustment For Specimen Thickness:||0 ... 60 mm|
|Scale Value:||1 mm|
|Dimensions (LXWXH)||Main instrument:
7.87x 9.84 x 22.44"
200 x 250 x 570 mm
7.87 x 6.73 x 3.54"
200 x 171 x 90 mm
|Weight||Main Instrument: 73 lbs / 33 kg|
|Electronic Unit: 4.4 lbs / 2 kg|
|Heating Module: 6.6 lbs / 3 kg|
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