GenDale is a certified Martindale Abrasion Testing system which is mainly used to test shoe fabric, shoe lining, and many other types of shoe related materials. The unit can test up to four specimens at the same time for abrasion. The fabric specimen is measured by having rubbing applied on it via a complex direction of back and forth motion. The accuracy of abrasion strength is determined by the specific number of cycles conducted until a hole appears in the test area of the fabric specimen. This unit is the industry leader for Certified Martindale Abrasion Resistance Testing designed to produce accurate, repeatable and user-friendly testing results every time.
|Certification||CE ISO SGS|
|Speed||50-2r / min
|Function||Fabric pilling test and fabric wear resistance test|
|Driver System||PLC Programmable Control with Large Touch-Screen|
|Max. stroke of movement:||60.5+/-0.5mm|
|Weight of holder and spindle:||200+/-1g|
|Max stroke of movement:||24+/-0.5mm|
|Weight of holder and spindle:||155+/-1g|
|Test Specimen Cutter||(38mm diameter/12cm²) with cutting mat and spare blades.|
|Abradent Fabric & Backing Felt Cutter.||(140mm diameter/154cm2) with cutting mat and spare blades.|
|Standard Wool Abradent Fabric||SM25. 1.6M wide x 5M length – For abrasion test and pilling test(when utomati)|
|Standard Backing Foam.||Width 1.5m, Length 0.5m|
|Standard Backing Wool Felt Piece (woven)||1m x 1.5m|
|EMPA Photographic Standards for Pilling Test||(3 x 4 knitted)|
|EMPA Photographic Standards for Pilling Test||(3 x 4 woven)|
|SM 50 Photographs for Pilling Test||IWS + ASTM|
|Test Specimen Cutter.||(38mm diameter/12cm²) with cutting mat and spare blades.|
A key factor in ensuring the longevity and sustained performance of the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is the availability of stocked consumables and spare parts. It is essential that these essential components are available on a timely basis to maintain consistency in testing and operational reliability.
Maintaining a well-stocked inventory of consumables and spares serves two purposes: first, to prevent unforeseen disruptions in the machine's operation due to wear or malfunction of components, and second, to ensure that DWT-1800 users can access the necessary parts promptly whenever they are needed, thus reducing possible delays in testing.
To maintain the accuracy and reliability of impact testing, consumables, such as impact blades and other wear-prone components, are kept in ready stock. Consumables are manufactured to exact specifications, ensuring seamless integration and maintaining the integrity of test results.
Furthermore, spare parts necessary for the machine's operation are readily available. The DWT-1800 can thus be quickly repaired or replaced in the event of wear or failure, maintaining its operational continuity and safeguarding ongoing research or quality control activities.
The Trusted After Sales Technical Support is a valuable resource for users to rely on following the purchase of the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine. This is more than a service. It is a commitment to ongoing reliability and consistency for users navigating impact resistance testing complexities.
Through this support, machine operators and technicians can navigate through operational hurdles with expert advice and guidance. Assuring minimal downtime and maintaining testing efficiency is the goal of after-sales support, whether it is troubleshooting, software updates, or spare parts requisitions.
Additionally, DWT-1800 users have access to a team of expert technicians and specialists who can offer nuanced, application-specific advice, ensuring DWT-1800 longevity and reliability. The support infrastructure safeguards your investment but also ensures that every test, and every result, maintains the highest levels of accuracy and reliability at all times.
As part of the Lifetime Product Support Advantage, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is committed to providing optimal functionality and support throughout its operational lifetime. We guarantee that users of the DWT-1800 will receive the highest level of assistance and technical support, protecting their investment and ensuring seamless operation for years to come.
In terms of technical support, users have access to a team of expert technicians and specialists who can assist with troubleshooting, maintenance, and operational questions. By providing enduring support, the DWT-1800 continues to deliver precise and reliable results, maintaining its operational integrity and effectiveness over time.
Moreover, the Lifetime Product Support Advantage includes a variety of elements in addition to technical support, such as software updates, component replacements, and access to a repository of resources and documentation. As a result, users can expect a comprehensive set of support features designed to safeguard their operations, extend the life of the machine, and ensure continuous excellence of the DWT-1800 throughout its lifecycle.
There is a high level of adaptability provided by the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine, providing customized solutions according to the unique requirements of each user. There are several aspects of this system that can be modified, including the impact energy, weight, and lift height, which can be precisely adjusted to meet specific testing requirements.
The customization process is guided by your unique testing requirements. To produce meaningful and relevant data, different materials and test procedures may require varying impact energies, weights, and lift heights. By establishing a clear understanding of these needs, custom solutions can be developed to ensure that the DWT-1800 provides the most accurate and relevant data possible based on the materials and conditions of your particular test.
Users can leverage the advanced capabilities of the DWT-1800 to meet specific testing challenges and scenarios, enhancing the scope and reliability of the results obtained. Thus, the DWT-1800 is characterized not only by its precision and reliability but also by its ability to adapt to a wide range of testing requirements across multiple application areas.
It is easy to operate the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine due to its user-friendly design. To begin, the user should enter critical parameters into the computer display menu or utilize the command button to ensure that the machine is configured for the particular testing needs.
There are several key parameters that must be inputted, including drop weight, the weight of the hammer that will be dropped, local gravitational acceleration, which varies with geography and is crucial for calculating impact energy, and preset energy, a predetermined energy level for which the test is designed. Parameters such as these are crucial since they directly affect the testing environment and, as a consequence, the results obtained.
As soon as these parameters are entered, the computer automatically calculates the required impact height based on the correlation between the input data and the intrinsic algorithms. The following test is then conducted accurately, adheres to the specified conditions, and provides reliable and reproducible results. In this way, the DWT-1800 offers both precision in testing and ease of operation, making it an efficient tool for diverse testing scenarios.
The DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is constructed of several crucial components that, collectively, ensure accurate and reliable operation throughout the testing process. The system includes an encoder that converts motion into an electronic signal, ensuring accurate positional data during testing.
Also, it is equipped with an A/D (Analog-to-Digital) data acquisition system, which converts analog signals obtained during testing into digital data for further analysis and processing. It is further provided with a data analysis system that analyzes the acquired data, ensuring that the results of the impact tests are precisely evaluated and interpreted.
DWT-1800's combination of systems ensures not only the accuracy of data acquisition and analysis, but also the reliability of test results. Due to the detailed architecture and strategic alignment of these components, the machine is able to deliver exact and reproducible results, which is important for comprehensive impact analysis of the materials being tested.
DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine features a specially designed measurement and control system that is crucial to ensuring the accuracy and reliability of the displayed impact energy during tests. In this state-of-the-art system, many aspects of the testing process are meticulously controlled and monitored, with particular attention being paid to the hammer's lifting height and the display of impact energy. This ensures that the test data is accurate and reliable.
The ability of the system to control the lifting height of the falling hammer is directly correlated with its ability to manage and dictate the impact energy generated during a test. With the ability to precisely control the height from which the hammer is dropped, the system is able to accurately modulate the potential energy, and consequently, the kinetic energy upon impact, so that the tests can be conducted under conditions that are strictly controlled and reproducible.
After an impact, the system's ability to display the resultant energy levels is crucial for providing operators with accurate, real-time information. By systematically capturing the data post-impact, it provides insights into the material's resilience and impact resistance, which are necessary for analysis and subsequent decision-making.
By primarily reducing the overall height of the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine, the electric lifting mechanism greatly enhances its stability and ease of maintenance. Low stature provides a more stable foundation, minimizing the possibility of tilting or wobbling during operation and ensuring that impact tests are as accurate and consistent as possible.
In addition to stabilizing the machine's physical structure, reducing its height promotes its ergonomic design. With a compact and stable frame, operators can interact with the machine more easily and safely, which is particularly important during the setup, testing, and maintenance phases. During testing procedures, such a design reduces the risk of accidents or misalignments.
Moreover, the strategic placement and design of the electric lifting mechanism enhance the machine's maintainability. Having easy access to the machine's critical components facilitates straightforward servicing and ensures that any required maintenance can be performed with the least amount of hassle and downtime. As a result, this careful design consideration significantly enhances the machine's operational lifespan, reliability, and overall performance in carrying out precise impact resistance tests.
An electric lifting mechanism is strategically located at the bottom right of the frame of the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine. Testing procedures are streamlined and efficient due to this location that aligns with the machine's operational workflow.
In order to achieve the precision and consistency for which the DWT-1800 is renowned, the electric lifting mechanism plays an integral role in managing the hammer's motion. Located at the bottom right, the mechanism ensures that the hammer is lifted smoothly and efficiently, preparing it for the drop and ensuring repeatability and reliability of the test.
Furthermore, the location of the electric lifting mechanism adheres not only to ergonomic considerations, but also enhances the machine's overall safety and efficiency. It is located at the bottom right of the frame, which makes it easy for operators and maintenance personnel to access and service the machine.
With safety being a top priority, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine incorporates an array of safety protection devices that are constantly monitored throughout the testing procedure to ensure maximum safety.
The inclusion of safety protection devices and the continuous monitoring of these devices are integral to protecting the operator and maintaining a secure testing environment. The devices continuously monitor various aspects of the machine's operation, looking for anomalies or potential safety breaches that may compromise the integrity of the test or put the operator at risk.
Further, this proactive monitoring system functions proactively, designed to halt operations as soon as any irregularities are detected, thus mitigating any potential risks. Continual inspection of safety mechanisms ensures the physical safety of the operator as well as the reliability and integrity of the test results by maintaining a stable and controlled operational environment.
An integral part of the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is a pre-set impact energy system controlled by a microcomputer to facilitate precise and accurate testing with the DWT-1800.
By using this sophisticated microcomputer-controlled system, the impact energy can be meticulously pre-set, ensuring that each test is conducted under controlled and consistent conditions. It is due to the use of such advanced technology that the impact energy can be calibrated and maintained accurately throughout the testing process, adding an additional level of precision to the results.
With the use of a microcomputer-controlled system, operators are offered a streamlined and straightforward user interface that contributes greatly to the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the machine. This innovative technology is embedded in the DWT-1800, ensuring that not only can the machine conduct highly accurate tests but is also user-friendly, reducing the potential for human error, and ensuring reproducible results across multiple tests.
With the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine, operator safety is prioritized, employing robust mechanisms to reduce potential risks during testing procedures. First of all, the hammer body is equipped with a manual iron block safety insurance mechanism. As a result of this feature, the hammer is prevented from moving inadvertently during operation, thereby safeguarding against unintended accidents and improving operator safety.
Additionally, the machine is equipped with protective devices to prevent flying debris from entering the work area when the specimen breaks, thereby protecting the operator from potential harm. The strategic inclusion of these devices emphasizes not only the machine's compliance with safety protocols but also the effort to minimize risks and ensure a secure environment during testing.
By implementing these safety measures, the machine demonstrates a significant commitment to operational security and, at the same time, reinforces its credibility in the execution of accurate, reliable impact tests without compromising user safety. Operators and technicians can therefore use the DWT-1800 with confidence, knowing that safety has been integrally incorporated into its design and operation.
The DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine combines several pivotal components for seamless testing of impact resistance on a variety of materials.
By anchoring the operation, the sturdy guide rail ensures an accurate path for the dropping hammer, preventing any lateral deviation and making sure the impact is accurate. A robust construction ensures that the hammer follows a consistent trajectory, thereby ensuring the repeatability of results.
Directly connected to this, the base provides unwavering stability to the entire system, while the anvil, carefully placed, directs the force from the hammer to the test sample. By coupling the energy to the material under test, it is ensured that it will be efficiently transferred and absorbed by the material, permitting an accurate evaluation of the material's impact resistance.
The lifting mechanism lifts and drops the hammer, a key player in generating the impact. As well as determining the falling height of the hammer and thus its potential energy, it also plays a crucial role in adjusting the severity of the impact, allowing the tests to be adapted to different material properties.
In terms of weight, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine has an approximate weight of 2500kg. In order for the machine to perform high-impact tests, this significant mass is critical in providing the machine with stability.
With an approximate weight of 2500kg, the DWT-1800 is designed to effectively stabilize itself during testing processes, preventing generated impact forces from being dissipated through unnecessary vibrations or movement of the machine itself. By minimizing any potential disturbances or deviations during the impact testing process, its substantial weight is critical to producing accurate and reliable test results.
Its weight also indicates that the machine has been constructed from robust and durable materials, ensuring that it is capable of withstanding the rigorous conditions associated with impact testing. As a result of its substantial weight, the DWT-1800 provides a fundamentally reliable apparatus in laboratories and testing environments, ensuring consistent and accurate results over extended periods of time thanks to its assurance of stability and durability.
The DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine provides precise and reliable impact resistance testing with dimensions of approximately 1280×1300×4500mm. During the rigorous impact tests that it conducts, this size is determined scientifically in order to ensure accuracy and stability.
The machine has a relatively compact footprint of 1280 mm by 1300 mm and a height of 4500 mm, which facilitates precise control and generation of impact forces. As a result of this strategic sizing, the apparatus is able to accommodate the intricate mechanical and electronic systems that are crucial to delivering accurate, repeatable, and reliable results while maintaining physical stability.
In addition, the machine's defined dimensions make it suitable for use in a wide range of laboratory and industrial environments without requiring excessive space. Throughout the testing process, each millimeter is measured to verify that impact forces are applied accurately and effectively. This ensures the collection of reliable data concerning the impact resistance of the materials being examined. This strategic design ensures optimal functionality.
DWT-1800 is a computer-controlled drop weight impact testing machine that has been meticulously designed to ensure robustness and reliability in its operation. The drop hammer blade and the supporting table are maintained at HRC≥50. As a result of this considerable hardness level, consistent testing procedures can be conducted over an extended period of time without degradation or wear.
A Rockwell hardness of 50 or higher indicates a significant level of hardness, ensuring that the machine's components are not only resistant to wear and deformations, but can also deliver precise and consistent results over a long period of time. A high level of hardness ensures that the machine components are able to endure repeated stress without wearing away, thus maintaining the integrity of the testing process.
Therefore, the noteworthy hardness level of these critical components within the DWT-1800 ensures that users can reliably assess the impact resistance of various materials, with confidence in the durability and consistency of the machine’s performance across numerous tests and applications due to its notable hardness level. The resultant data, therefore, can be used for material analysis and decision-making with unwavering confidence.
In addition to achieving a stringent precision in the lifting height of the falling weight, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine maintains a precision of ±0.5%. This meticulous level of accuracy underscores its capability to deliver consistent and reliable testing results, which are crucial for understanding the complex behaviors of materials under impact stress.
The impact energy is precisely controlled and highly reproducible with a precision of +0.5%, thereby minimizing the possibility of variations between individual tests. An accurate understanding of the material's characteristics and performance under impact conditions requires accurate control over the lifting height and, subsequently, the impact energy.
In impact testing, precision is essential because minor variations can have a significant impact on the resulting data, affecting the conclusions drawn regarding the material's durability and resilience. Especially when considering materials for critical applications, such as aerospace or automotive industries, where safety and reliability are paramount, precise and accurate testing is imperative.
Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine DWT-1800 offers a number of options for lifting height for falling weight, ranging from 100 mm to 3350 mm. With such a broad range of options, impact tests can be performed in a variety of conditions and with different materials, which makes it suitable for a wide range of applications and industries.
The ability to explore different levels of energy during impact testing requires a wide range of lifting heights. In order to assess the material's strength and integrity under different stress levels, the impact energy can be precisely adjusted by adjusting the falling height. This allows an in-depth analysis and evaluation of the material's behavior and resilience under diverse impact energies, enabling a thorough evaluation of its properties and potential uses.
It is also possible to perform testing on materials of different thicknesses and densities since the impact energy can be meticulously calibrated for each material depending on the specific test conditions. The range from 100mm to 3350mm ensures that tests are not only accurate but also adaptable to the unique requirements of each material, enhancing the machine's utility and applicability across a wide range of research and industrial settings.
With the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine, there is a minimum deviation between the central line of the drop hammer and the sample seat, which is ≤±2.5mm. When conducting impact testing, extreme precision is crucial to achieving accurate and reliable results.
A minimal deviation from the alignment is important since even a slight misalignment could result in variation in the data, resulting in misinterpretations about the material's properties and performance under impact stress in a research or industrial context. With a deviation of 2.5mm, the impact force is directed appropriately and consistently during testing, providing reliable data upon which to make critical decisions related to materials and their application.
A precise alignment also safeguards the integrity of the test samples and the machine itself, preventing undue wear and tear or damage that may result from misaligned impact forces. This diligence in maintaining alignment contributes not only to the quality of the test data but also to the longevity and performance of the DWT-1800 over its operational lifetime.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine produces Impact Hammer Knives with specified radii according to customer requirements. This ensures a customized impact testing approach.
The impact hammer knives can be produced with a radius of either R25mm or R50mm, depending on the specific requirements of the client and the parameters of the material being tested. Different materials and products may interact differently with different impact shapes and sizes, making these specific radii adaptations critical to conducting accurate and relevant tests.
In order to simulate various real-world impact scenarios, the impact hammer knives must be designed with specified radii. A wide range of radii may simulate different types of impacts, such as those caused by rounded or pointed objects, which would provide vital information regarding the material's resistance and behavior under such conditions.
In compliance with UL Standards, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine offers a customized Sample Seat, tailored rigorously to the customer's requirements and rigorously adapted to meet specific testing requirements. In order to ensure that diverse testing protocols and requirements are met accurately and reliably, the sample seat must be customized.
Engineering considerations are taken into consideration when a customer specifies requirements for the Sample Seat to ensure that dimensions, material properties, and supporting structures are closely aligned with the intended testing requirements. It may be necessary to adjust the seat dimensions, shape, material, and support mechanisms in order to accommodate different samples and their respective impact testing parameters.
As a result of this customization, the machine does not simply perform generic tests but is finely tuned to simulate the actual conditions under which the materials will be used in the real world. Therefore, the DWT-1800 not only becomes a tool for impact resistance testing but also a robust instrument that enables a deeper understanding of how materials will behave under specific impact conditions, providing valuable information that can serve as a basis for future design, manufacturing, and utilization decisions across multiple industries.
Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine DWT-1800 uses UL Standard Impact Hammers, offering precisely engineered hammers designed to meet stringent testing requirements. It is important to note that these impact hammers are available in a variety of shapes and dimensions to cater to a wide range of testing requirements. This ensures adaptability and precision when generating accurate impact resistance values.
With this selection of hammers, each with distinctive physical characteristics, users are able to navigate through different testing scenarios, ensuring that materials are evaluated under appropriate conditions. These cylindrical and rectangular configurations are intended to simulate various real-world impact scenarios, providing reliable and valid data regarding materials' performance in practical applications.
The addition of polyurethane to specific hammers contributes to the improvement of testing parameters by enhancing resilience and impact absorption. Therefore, the DWT-1800 provides not only diverse testing capabilities but also aligns closely with UL Standards, ensuring the robustness and reliability of impact testing outcomes across a variety of materials and products.
DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine provides an array of specialized light impact hammers, each designed to meet specific testing requirements. Featuring six unique light impact hammers, each with a specific weight, it is designed to accommodate a variety of testing needs in a precise and accurate manner. Specifically:
Diverse weights enable a broad range of impact tests to be conducted on a variety of materials. With this range of weights, the DWT-1800 is capable of simulating a wide range of real-world impact conditions to enable the testing of different materials under varied conditions.
As a result of its versatility, the DWT-1800 has become a valuable tool across a wide range of industries that require precise impact testing capabilities, enhancing its versatility and applicability in a variety of settings.
DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is equipped with heavy impact hammers that ensure accurate and reliable impact testing on various materials. In particular, there are two heavy hammers, each distinguished by its own weight:
These hammers are pivotal in performing precise impact tests, providing quantifiable data on a material's impact resistance by delivering a predetermined force upon the test specimen.
In practical applications, the precise mass of the hammers allows the use of a specific, controlled impact energy during tests, allowing operators to reproduce a wide range of impact scenarios. There are a number of hammer weights available, which provide flexible testing capabilities to accommodate a variety of materials and testing requirements. As a result, the DWT-1800 not only adheres to but can also be adapted to, a wide range of industrial standards and testing protocols.
The inclusion of these hammers augments the machine’s functionality, providing the technical ability to acquire precise and varied data across numerous testing scenarios. Consequently, this enhances the DWT-1800’s utility in material testing labs and related environments.
In order to accommodate various testing requirements, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine has been specially engineered to handle significant measurements and forces. Specifically:
These specifications illustrate the machine's capability to conduct thorough and robust impact tests on a wide range of materials, which facilitates a wide range of industrial and research applications. Furthermore, these parameters indicate the machine's ability to simulate various real-world impact scenarios, meeting the diverse and often demanding testing requirements found across a wide variety of industries and sectors.
The DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine complies with a variety of standards, demonstrating its ability to generate accurate and consistent test results and establishing its credibility as a competent testing tool. A standard, such as that issued by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) or another recognized entity, is the result of in-depth research and the collection of industry best practices.
As a result of adhering to these standards, the DWT-1800 is aligned with the stringent criteria and protocols which are mandated for impact testing, ensuring accurate and repeatable results. In other words, the machine's testing methodologies, control mechanisms, and data output have been evaluated and calibrated against recognized benchmarks.
Therefore, materials tested using the DWT-1800 are subjected to rigorous and reliable evaluation, which ensures the integrity of the test data. Due to this, organizations and professionals relying on the DWT-1800 can be confident that the insights derived from its testing are dependable and reproducible, aligned with industry-validated standards.
With the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine, you can conduct impact resistance tests with enhanced reliability, versatility, adaptability, and extensibility. Computer-controlled processes are fully automated, precision-guided processes, which minimize manual error and enhance repeatability across multiple tests.
DWT-1800's reliability comes from its ability to perform tests with a high level of accuracy, resulting in the correct results. Through the use of a computerized control system, variables such as the height from which weights are dropped can be precisely calibrated, ensuring that test results are accurate and standardized.
Also, the DWT-1800's strong expansibility, enabled by computer control, enables the machine to seamlessly integrate into evolving testing environments. It may be necessary to modify or update the machine as new testing methods or methodologies are introduced as a result of technological advancements.
The DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is particularly designed to determine the non-plastic transformation temperature of ferritic steel, which is a crucial parameter in understanding its phase transformation behaviors under dynamic loading conditions.
Various forms of ferritic steel, including plates, profiles, cast steel, and forged steel, undergo significant physical changes when subjected to varying temperatures and impact forces. It is important to understand the non-plastic transformation temperature since it defines the threshold at which the steel transitions from being ductile to becoming brittle.
Engineers and materials scientists can optimize manufacturing processes and enhance the overall quality of final products by understanding the non-plastic transformation temperature in practical applications, such as the fabrication of plates or the casting of steel. The process may involve manipulating heating or cooling rates during processing or altering the compositional alloying elements to control the steel's behavior under dynamic stress conditions.
This makes the DWT-1800 a quintessential tool in identifying this temperature threshold with precision, thereby providing a solid foundation upon which strategic material and processing decisions can be calibrated for applications that require strict adherence to safety and material integrity requirements.
The DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is a versatile and essential device designed to evaluate the impact resistance of a wide array of materials, spanning both metal and non-metal categories.
In terms of testing metal materials, the DWT-1800 is capable of testing alloys of iron, aluminum, copper, and various other metals, proficiently determining their strength against impact forces. These materials are subjected to assessments related to their behavior when suddenly applied forces are applied, their energy absorption capabilities, and their ability to deform or fail under high strain rates.
When evaluating non-metal materials, the machine demonstrates its adaptability by testing polymers, ceramics, and composite materials, among others. As a result, it provides invaluable data regarding the durability, breakage pattern, and overall robustness of these materials when exposed to a variety of dynamic loading scenarios.
By using the DWT-1800, industries and research laboratories are able to assess the impact resilience of various materials, ultimately enabling them to make informed decisions regarding material selection and design considerations in a variety of applications.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine adheres to a wide range of industry standards, including UL 514D, for consistent, accurate, and safe impact testing across a variety of materials and products.
According to UL 514D, cover plates for flush-mounted wiring devices must meet specified safety and performance criteria. The DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is designed to perform rigorous tests in order to determine whether the product meets these safety and performance requirements.
The DWT-1800, with its advanced computer-controlled operations, provides a rigorous and reliable testing methodology that ensures that cover plates and similar products adhere to the rigorous safety and performance criteria defined in UL 514D, as well as comply with the UL 514D evaluation standards. In this way, manufacturers can ensure that their products will have the ability to resist specific impact energies, ensuring that their functionality and integrity are safeguarded throughout the life cycle of their products.
Yes, this computer-controlled drop weight impact testing machine complies with a number of high standards, including UL 514C, which ensures the accuracy, reliability, and safety of testing various materials, particularly when it comes to impact resistance and durability.
By working with the DWT-1800, manufacturers, researchers, and quality assurance professionals will be able to gain a better understanding of the material characteristics and likely performance of their products during the operational life. As a result, these products can be validated for structural and functional integrity under specific impact energies under which they were impact tested.
When it comes to electrical conduits and cabling systems, the DWT-1800 is an essential tool for industries that prioritize safety and reliability, as well as those that prioritize electrical conduits and cabling systems, in order to ensure that their products meet the stringent safety and performance criteria set out in the UL 514C standard, as well as to exceed them.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine complies with numerous industry standards, including UL 2239, ensuring it provides robust, precise, and reliable testing capabilities across an array of applications. UL 2239 outlines standards related to hardware for conduit, tubing, and cable. It is used to determine and validate the mechanical and impact-resistance properties of such hardware.
Ensuring compliance with UL 2239, the DWT-1800 has been designed and optimized to validate that the products being tested can handle specified impact energies. It also ensures that they maintain structural integrity and functionality when subjected to stresses and impacts defined within the standard. This is particularly vital in maintaining cable support hardware safety and reliability, especially in applications where mechanical stability and safety are a priority.
For industries and labs focused on ensuring their cable, conduit, and tubing support hardware adheres to recognized safety and performance standards, the DWT-1800 serves as an invaluable tool, assuring that tested products meet UL 2239 criteria.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is precisely designed to comply with many industry standards, including UL 1569. The UL 1569 standard, established by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), defines the requirements for metal-clad cables and cable glands, focusing on their safety and reliability, especially electrical and fire safety in their applications.
This conformance to UL 1569 indicates that the DWT-1800 can proficiently facilitate testing to validate the safety, reliability, and performance of metal-clad cables and cable glands, ensuring that they are capable of withstanding the expected impact, mechanical stresses, and other related factors outlined in the standard.
The DWT-1800, with its precise control and reliable testing capabilities, offers manufacturers and testing laboratories a robust tool to thoroughly validate their products against the stringent criteria set out by UL 1569, thereby ensuring that they provide safe, durable, and high-performing products to the market.
For those who prioritize safety and quality through stringent testing of metal-clad cables and cable glands, utilizing a tool like the DWT-1800, which aligns with recognized standards like UL 1569, provides an essential tool for achieving and maintaining those standards.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine meets various industry standards, including UL 1242. The UL 1242 standard, established by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), outlines the criteria for Intermediate Metal Conduit (IMC) and its associated joints, couplings, and nipples, focusing on ensuring consistent quality and safety of these electrical conductor components.
Compliance with UL 1242 implies that the DWT-1800 is capable of rigorously testing products to the high safety and performance levels detailed in the standard. Therefore, manufacturers and testing laboratories in the electrical conduit industry can leverage the DWT-1800 to validate that their IMC and associated fittings meet or exceed the safety and performance requirements set out by UL 1242, ensuring their applicability and durability in safeguarding electrical wiring within the conduits.
Understanding the significance of ensuring product quality and user safety in electrical installations, the DWT-1800 provides a robust and reliable solution for verifying the impact resistance and integrity of materials and products. This facilitates the development and testing of superior, safe, and reliable IMC products.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine conforms to numerous industry standards, one of which is UL 6. The UL 6 standard, developed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), specifies the requirements for both material and construction quality of rigid metal conduit, including aluminum, red brass, and stainless steel conduit.
UL 6 sets strict guidelines related to safety, material robustness, and reliability for these conduits, ensuring they serve their purpose of safeguarding and routing electrical wiring effectively and securely, especially in environments that demand high structural integrity.
The compliance of the DWT-1800 with UL 6 signifies that it is expertly engineered to assess the impact resistance of materials and products adhering to this standard, thereby ensuring their quality and durability in real-world applications. Consequently, manufacturers, and testers of rigid metal conduit, especially in electrical installation and infrastructure, can trust the DWT-1800 to provide accurate and reliable data. This will verify that their products meet the stringent safety and quality requirements specified in UL 6.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is certified according to various industry standards, including UL 797. UL 797 is a standard established by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), which specifies the safety requirements for electrical metallic tubing (EMT) and its associated materials and manufacturing processes. It provides guidelines regarding the material's structural integrity and safety, ensuring it can securely protect electrical and telecommunication wires under different physical and environmental conditions.
By complying with UL 797, the DWT-1800 showcases its capability to test EMT materials for impact resistance, ensuring they maintain physical integrity and safety under specific impact conditions. This is critical for verifying that EMT materials can withstand potential impacts throughout their service life, safeguarding the electrical components housed within from potential damage.
Entities in the electrical and construction industries, particularly those producing or utilizing EMT, will find the DWT-1800’s compliance with UL 797 instrumental. It assures that the testing machine will provide robust, reliable data that verifies the materials' impact resistance, ensuring they meet the necessary safety and quality benchmarks.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine adheres to numerous industry standards, including UL 1660. The UL 1660 standard, established by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), specifies the guidelines for Liquid-Tight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduits, ensuring that they safely and effectively perform in their designed applications, particularly in resisting environmental factors such as liquids.
The DWT-1800, in compliance with UL 1660, demonstrates its capacity to provide precise and reliable impact testing for materials used in liquid-tight flexible nonmetallic conduits. This adherence to established standards ensures that the materials tested can withstand specified levels of impact. This is crucial for maintaining integrity in various industrial applications, particularly where electrical conduit materials are exposed to rigorous conditions and need to preserve their protective qualities.
For professionals and entities, especially in the electrical and construction sectors, the DWT-1800’s compliance with UL 1660 provides reassurance of its capacity to provide accurate and trustworthy data, validating the durability and safety of materials in practical applications. This assures that the materials used in producing nonmetallic conduits can successfully withstand potential impacts without compromising their liquid-tight properties.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine adheres to a variety of industry standards, including UL 360. The UL 360 standard, defined by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), establishes the requirements and specifications for Liquid-Tight Flexible Metal Conduits, ensuring optimal safety and functionality across an array of applications.
Conforming to the UL 360 standard, the DWT-1800 demonstrates its capacity to accurately test impact resistance in a broad range of materials. This includes those involved in the manufacture of flexible metal conduits that need to be liquid-tight. The reliable and verifiable results provided by the DWT-1800 machine are crucial in numerous industry sectors, particularly where materials are required to withstand certain levels of impact while preserving their structural integrity and ensuring safety in electrical applications.
Professionals and organizations, especially those operating within industries such as electrical systems and infrastructure, who prioritize recognized testing standards will find the DWT-1800 an invaluable tool. This is due to its capability to assure that the materials used, especially in the production of liquid-tight flexible metal conduits, have been tested for impact resistance in compliance with a widely acknowledged safety standard.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine complies with numerous industry standards, including UL 1. The UL 1 standard, developed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), defines the specifications for metallic electrical conduits, ensuring that these products meet the necessary safety and reliability criteria for their intended use.
Ensuring compliance with UL 1, the DWT-1800 assures users that its testing processes for impact resistance in various materials, both metallic and non-metallic, conform to a recognized safety and performance standard. Given that the UL 1 standard is crucial for materials used in electrical systems, it demonstrates the DWT-1800's capability to generate precise and reliable testing results. It is particularly important for materials used in metallic electrical conduits.
The DWT-1800's alignment with the UL 1 standard underscores its capability and reliability in professional testing scenarios, notably those requiring dependable impact testing of materials in the electrical industry. Clients and organizations that value proven precision and robustness in their testing practices will find the DWT-1800 to be a significant asset in assuring the impact resistance of their materials.
Yes, the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine is specifically engineered to conform to a number of industry standards, including UL 651. The UL 651 standard outlines the specific requirements and guidelines for Schedule 40 and 80 Rigid PVC Conduit and Fittings, ensuring that products made according to this standard are safe and reliable for their intended applications.
Its compliance with UL 651 demonstrates the DWT-1800's commitment to maintaining the highest standards of quality, safety, and reliability. In the manufacturing and construction industries, impact resistance testing is indispensable when testing a variety of materials, both metal and non-metal. Using a machine that complies with the rigorous standards established by UL 651, users of the DWT-1800 can be confident that their results will be accurate and consistent.
The machine's adherence to such a widely accepted and respected standard enhances its applicability and trustworthiness in professional settings, especially those that call for precise and dependable materials impact testing. Users and organizations that place a high priority on validated accuracy and robustness in their testing mechanisms will find the DWT-1800 Computer Controlled Drop Weight Impact Testing Machine to be indispensable.
When a dispute arises from a material supplier, the customer and supplier should perform comparative tests to determine if there is a statistical bias between the tests. Each side should take a group of test specimens that are as homogenous as possible from the material in question. The fabric specimens should be assigned at random in equal numbers for each laboratory to test. The average results from both testing’s should be compared. If a bias is found after comparing results, the cause must be investigated and corrected or the purchaser and supplier need to consider the bias when interpreting the test results of the material in question.
Woven, Non-woven and knit apparel fabrics are most common types to be tested with the Martindale abrader. Other common fabrics include household fabrics such as curtains, pillows, or sofa materials and commercial/industrial heavy duty fabrics.
When considering the sample breakage testing method, the Martindale system usually provides a score of 1000's cycles of abrasion completed. The general idea of the scoring system is as follows:
The testing process should be stopped immediately once a change in the appearance of the fabric specimen is noticed - or when two yarns break. Due to the involvement of the technician for ending the test, the Martindale system can have skewed results caused by human error.
The material being tested is loaded onto the lower plates of the Martindale abrasion tester. The abrading material which consists of a small disk of worsted wool or wire mesh is loaded on top of the test specimen. The abrading material has constant contact with the specimen fabric and is oscillating in a circular motion.
The Martindale system tests the abrasion resistance of the fabric while in constant friction with another material. It also has the capabilities of measuring the pilling resistance which directly affects the fabrics durability and application of the material.
Unfortunately, the Martindale Abrasion method is not satisfactory or widely accepted as a method for approving shipments of fabric. The Martindale has issues in consistency and results can vary between operators. With this being a large downside of the Martindale system, the test method is still widely used outside of the United States and is in accordance to many ISO standards, ASTM D4966 as well as many EU and GB standards (ISO 20344, ISO 12947, ISO 17704, ASTM D4966-12e1 to name a few).
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GenKron is used together with a special balance for testing the abrasive consumption of materials. The measurements are done through volumetric loss of a rotating specimen exposed to the action of a standard grinding wheel. It is especially suited for testing harder materials such as shoe soles, tires and other rubber materials.
GenDin, is designed to conform to the ASTM D5963 and IS0 4649 standards. This top quality and highly popular abrasion tester will allow you to measure the abrasion resistance of rubbers (vulcanized thermo set rubbers and thermoplastic elastomers) that are subject to abrasive/frictional wear on their actual service. Since wear is always a result of abrasion, different test methods have been developed for the simulation of long term wear.
GenFlex tests the ability of rubber products to withstand repeated flexing without developing cracks is of prime importance where such products are used in conditions undergoing repeated flexing. Flexing endurance of rubber products is determined by simulating in laboratory the action of flexing repeatedly under standard conditions of speed, mode, and degree of flexing.
The machine is used to test the dyeing of the fabric, and the fade degree of the leather after dry or wet rubbing. The test method involves the specimen to be fastened to the base of the crocking meter and rubbed with an abrasive hammer attached to a wet or a dry cloth under controlled conditions. The transfer of colour is then measured using a scale to evaluate the rating of the specimen's dyeing grade.
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GenNBS is used to test the abrasion resistance of vulcanized rubber or other rubber compounds. It is commonly used for the soles and heels of footwear. It has an intelligent power failure recovery system. The unit conducts measurements through volumetric loss of specimens exposed to the action of a normalized abrasive medium secured to a rotations cylinder.
This machine is designed to get the characteristic curve and characteristic parameters of rubber vulcanization by measuring the applied moment of rubber to the oscillating dye body. NG-ODR rotor-free vulcameter has an excellent stability of results. The data and diagrams can be used as a reference for development, research and production quality.
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The machine is designed to test the abrasion resistance of fabrics and metals. The abrasion of fabrics is tested when the specimen is pulled over the frame and rubbed against an abradant over a curved surface. The number of cycles, also known as double rubs, conducted on the specimen before the fabric shows visible wear is used to determine the rating of abrasion.
GenRebound tests the resilience of rubber compounds. The machine must be adjusted in a horizontal position and the plunger raised at a specific height. The plunger is then released onto the specimen for a given number of impacts. The measurements are based on the 4th, 5th, and 6th impacts. The average of the three (3) measurements is then calculated for the test result. The machine is highly useful in production of compounds designed to absorb vibration or shock according to the ASTM standards.
GenTaber used evaluate abrasion resistance. It can conduct tests on a wide range of materials such as: cloth, paper, paint, plywood, leather, tile, glass, rubber etc. It tests the specimen by rotating it while in contact with the grinding wheel and applying the required pressure. The Joss of weight reflects on the change in weight of the specimen. The unit also has an intelligent power failure recovery function.
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