For customers that need greater length for their mechanical testing, Testometric offer an alternate version of their popular AT and CT machines that is suitable for testing in a horizontal mode. Variants of the machines are available with frames that can handle specimens of up to 20 meters in length; ideal for testing control cables, rope, cord, electrical cables etc.
Universally Calibrated, better than Grade 0.5 EN 7500-1, DIN 51221 ASTM E-4. AFNOR A03-501. Range 0.4% to 100% minimum. Automatic identification of load cell. Resolution 1 part in 500000 with autoranging. Electronic load cell protection.
Full frame length to 0.001 mm. Resolution 0.001 min. Accuracy 0.01 mm. Absolute, relative and auxiliary modes mm, inch and percent. Programmable extension limits.
Drive system temperature and current protection. Positional jog speed 0.001 mm/min to maximum. Speed setting increments 0.001 mm/min.
Rigid frame, using dual slide crosshead guidance system and rigid extruded support column. Frame stiffness 5kN/mm plus K factor facility built-in. Re-circulating ball screw with bellows. Electronic limit trips, total travel trips and customer programmable safety stops. Rubber mat front protection.
This system runs on the comprehensive winTest™ Analysis universal windows software. This complete package covers tensile, compression, peel, shear, tear, cyclic, creep and multi stage testing. It also comes with a large range of industry standard test methods as well as the ability to program and store as many custom testing methods as necessary.
All data produced from testing is automatically stored and can easily be transferred to other processing software such as word, excel, access and SPC systems, enabling enhanced report generation.
Horizontal Modes for the AT & CT Universal Strength Testing Machine
Horizontal Modes for the AT & CT Universal Strength Testing Machine - Picture 1
Horizontal Modes for the AT & CT Universal Strength Testing Machine - Picture 2
Horizontal Modes for the AT & CT Universal Strength Testing Machine - Picture 3