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The unique and varied properties of polymers, plastics, rubbers and elastomers has lead to the development of numerous specialized tests to evaluate their properties. The equipment that has been designed to perform these tests is included in this category.
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Equipment
The Model 603 HDTM and the Model 303 HDTM are the latest generation of Tinius Olsen’s digitally controlled Automatic Deflection Temperature/Vicat test equipment. The 603 HDTM is capable of testing up to six different specimens simultaneously, and the smaller 303 HDTM can test up to three specimens simultaneously, both with an automated testing sequence that proceeds according to user defined control and configuration parameters.
The LTP-350 MicroPress is a miniature thermal pneumatic press developed for curing of SMC, BMC, epoxies, polyesters, polystyrenes, polyurethanes, silicones, laminates and other polymeric materials.
The Wallace Ageing Chamber O14 ages rubber in accordance with international testing standards. In conjunction with the Rapid Plastimeter, it allows the user to determine the Plasticity Retention Index (PRI) of raw natural rubbers
The Wallace Rapid Plastimeter measures the plasticity or viscosity of unvulcanised rubbers. The test is simple, clean and quick. The instrument is used in conjunction with the Wallace -MRPRA Ageing Chamber to determine the Plasticity Retention Index (PRI) of raw natural rubbers.
The Tinius Olsen model IT 504 is ideal for measuring the impact strength of plastics and continues to set the industry standard for accuracy, versatility, ease of operation,and display of information with high resolution
The Instron® CEAST HV500 is the latest instrument design to perform HDT and VICAT tests at high temperatures, up to 500°C, making this instrument ideal for research and quality control applications as it is ensuring the capability to test the new generations of techno-polymers, characterized by their excellent properties at high temperature.
The Zwick Aflow extrusion plastometer was developed especially for laboratories with high specimen throughput and therefore features robust design and convenient operation. The instrument supports all common worldwide standards, including ISO 1133 and ASTM D 1238. The Aflow extrusion plastometer is used for the determination of melt mass flow rate (MFR) and melt volume flow rate (MVR).