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Benchtop Testers
Benchtop Materials Testing Machines are designed to test a wide spectrum of materials including metals, plastics, rubber, textiles, paper, yarn, wire, adhesives, ceramics, timber, foils, composites and finished components in tension, compression, flexure or shear. Maximum frame capacities from 1kN to 75kN. We offers two types of tensile tester at the listed capacity thresholds, namely the S series and the T series. The S series includes a control panel as part of the test frame to allow the machine to be used independently, whereas the T series must be connected to a Windows PC to be used. In addition to our standard test frames, Tinius Olsen offers a couple of select application testing frames capable of accommodating wide specimens or testing at ultra high speeds.
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Dielectric Strength Tester
The apparatus is deemed to comply with the requirements, if the insulation resistance measured after 1 minute is not less than the valves given in table 5 and no flash-over or breakdown occurs during the dielectric strength test. When testing enclosures of insulating material, a metal foil is pressed tightly against accessible parts.
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High Force Electromechanical Testers
These rugged electromechanical testing machines are designed to test metals, composites, rigid reinforced plastics, webbing etc. in tension, compression, flexure, shear, tear and peel. These machines feature high precision interchangeable loadcells, superior pre-loaded ballscrews and powerful drive systems that mean they can easily tackle the most challenging of applications. Load frame capacities are 100kN (22,500 lbf), 150kN (33,750 lbf), 200kN (45,000 lbf) and 300kN (67,500 lbf). All testing hardware is fully complemented by Tinius Olsen developed software that turns your hardware into a sophisticated quality analysis system. Be sure to examine our software products section to determine which package is right for your application.
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Hot Winding Ohm meter
The Hot Winding Ohmmeter measures AC winding temperatures during AC operation. It can be used for AC motors, transformers and other AC coils. This instrument uses the resistance method, measuring during operation. This equipment gives data logging of the test results. It is available with 1 to 3 measurement channels. The Hot Winding Ohmmeter makes it possible to measure temperatures continuously during operation. The temperature time curve can be recorded, giving an early indication that temperatures are becoming too high or the temperature is stabilizing (which shortens the test).
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Measuring Network Device
According to IEC950D/990. EN60335-1:2002/~1/A2:2000 •The box has a fire durable plastic with dimensions 160x80x60 mm •Circuit diagram is plasticized and pasted on top of the lid •The resistor is built on a pertinax board for additional protection •Input and output are contact safe (4 mm jacket)
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Pink Noise Generator
This new design of pink noise generator meets the requirements from the latest standard requirements for pink noise in IEC 60 065/2001.
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Test Fingers & Probes
IEC standard 61032 is the MAIN STANDARD for most of test fingers and test probes. This standard shows the collection of probes. The appliance standards refer to this standard and there you can also find tolerances of the fingers and probes.
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Abrasion Test for Plugs
The Abrasion Test for Plugs is an endurance test of plug pins sleeves according to IEC standard 60884-1 Clause 24.7 figure 28. The Abrasion Tester is a small box with a motor holding sharp edge probe with weight scratching the surface.
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Bump Test Equipment
This tester generates fall-down tests of, e.g. TV sets. The TV set stands on a platform which falls down 50mm rapidly. The TV set therefore has a free fall of 50mm. The test equipment is floor standing
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Cold Bend Test for Cables
•Steel mandrels diameters 5-10-20-30-40 mm with drilled holes •3 different nozzle devices to hold the cable
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