Approx. Rs 45,000 / UnitGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Air-Flow Direction||Vertical Down Airflow|
|Max Temperature (Degree Celsius)||100-200|
|Size (mm X mm X mm)||CUstomized|
|No of trays||8.0, 2.0, 4.0, 6.0|
Approx. Rs 12,000 / UnitGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Number of specimens tested at one time||Three|
|Dimensions of stainless steel plates||45x10x130 mm|
|Diameter of spacers||30 mm|
|Thickness of spacers for large specimens||9.40 - 0.01 mm|
Compression set of rubber components is defined as the difference between their original thickness and that after compression and subsequent recovery, expressed as percentage of the initially applied compression. It determines the ability of the rubber compound or the components moulded from it to retain their elastic property after prolonged compression. The test is carried out on test buttons of specified dimensions, obtained either from the component under test, or moulded from the compound from which the component is to be moulded. Compression set may be determined after subjecting the test specimen either to a constant deflection, or after pressing it under a constant load. Compression set under constant deflection is determined by subjecting test buttons to a fixed strain for specified time at either room temperature or any other specified temperature, and then allowing them to recover for a given time.
Approx. Rs 15,000 / UnitGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Range of measurement||0 - 10 mm (according to requirement)|
|Least count of dial micrometer||0.01 mm|
|Diameter of anvil||45 mm approximately|
|Diameter of indenter||10 mm|
|Load on indenter||157 g (200 g/cm)|
Approx. Rs 20,000 / PieceGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Range of hardness||30 to 85 IRHD|
|Diameter of indenter tip||2.50 mm|
|Contact force||0.30 N|
|Indenting force||5.40 N|
|Electric supply||230 volt single-phase AC|
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|Temperature of cell||Ambient to 200degree C|
|Diameter of test specimen||120 mm|
|Thickness of test specimen||0.25 to 3 mm|
|Range of digital pressure indicator||0 - 10kg/ cm2|
Permeability of rubber sheets to gases is defined as rate of volume flow of gases under steady state conditions between opposite faces of a unit cube of solid rubber, when subjected to unit pressure difference under a controlled temperature. The measurement of this characteristic is very important in the evaluation of compounds for products such as inner tubes, tubeless tyre liners, hoses, balloons or other gas containers, seals and diaphragms etc.
Offered Gas Permeability Tester are only for Rubber and Leather Industry only.
Approx. Rs 22,500 / UnitGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
The Shore A Hardness Tester, also called as Durometer, is the most commonly used instrument for measurement of hardness of any rubber component. It is based on the measurement of depth of indentation of an indentor of specified shape being forced into the material under a specified pressure. This test method is an empirical method intended primarily for control purposes. No simple relationship exists between hardness determined by this test method and any fundamental property of the material being tested.
ASTM D 2240 - 1986 : Standard Test Method for Rubber Property - Durometer Hardness
JIS K 6301 - 1975 : Physical Testing Methods for Vulcanized Rubber
Approx. Rs 10,000 / UnitGet Latest PriceOur company offers optimum quality Compression Set Apparatus at an affordable market price. Manufactured under strict supervision in accordance with industry laid norms and parameters, these testers are demanded for effective hardness measurement. Moreover, these testers are appreciated for their high resistance to corrosion and abrasion.
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Resilience or the ability to absorb shocks or impact forces and to dampen their effect is one of the major properties of rubbers. One of the methods used for the determination of impact resilience of solid rubbers is based on the measurement of the height of rebound of a standard plunger after it is dropped from a fixed height onto the surface of the rubber specimen under test. This test is conducted on a Vertical Rebound Resilience Tester.
Approx. Rs 70,000 / UnitGet Latest PriceWe are among the prestigious names in the industry, engaged in offering Ross Flex Tester for our valuable customers. The offered testers are extensively utilized for testing the resistance properties of rubber against constant flexing. Owing to their immaculate design and optimal functionality, these testers are much appreciated by the customers. Offered testers are reasonably priced.
|Dimensions of test specimens||150 x 25 x 6.3 mm|
|Angle of bending of specimens||90°|
|Radius of bend||5 mm|
|Frequency of flexing||100 ± 5 cycles per minutes|
|Width of slit||2.5 mm|
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With the strong support of our highly experienced professionals, we are engaged in offering a qualitative array of Specific Gravity Balance. The time taken to find out the specific gravity of a sample is only about half a minute. The balance consists of an anodized scale with specific gravity (SG) printed on it standing vertically on a heavy base plate. Our clients can avail this Specific Gravity Balance from us at the most affordable rates.
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|Number of specimen tested at one time||Three|
|Maximum separation of grips||200 mm|
Tension set is defined as the proportion of applied strain remaining after a rubber piece has been stretched and allowed to recover in a specified manner. It is an important property for rubber components that are subjected to tensile stresses either continuously or intermittently.
Tension set is determined by stretching a test specimen of standard dimension by a specified percentage in a suitable apparatus for a specified time and temperature and then allowing it to recover. It is indicated as permanent set retained by the test specimen expressed as a percentage of initial strain given to it.
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