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Flexometers / Goodrich Flexometers

The flexometer is a dynamic test capable of measuring the heat built up within a sample following compression, as well as any deformation that can occur to the sample following a change in its temperature. The Goodrich Flexometer produces its recovered data in a variety of graphs including temperature build up versus time, and the strain of the sample under compression versus time. Used almost exclusively as a testing instrument within the rubber industry, the Goodrich Flexometer system features height measurement and cooling stations, as well as an automatic temperature chamber to perform the test at a fixed pressure of 30 Hz.


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