Tensile Test on Construction Steel with videoXtens Extensometer from Zwick Roell

This video shows the tensile test on construction steel with videoXtens extensometer from Zwick. The videoXtens extensometer provides non-contact, high-resolution measurement of tensile and compression deformations on all types of plastics, metals, rubber, composites and films or foils.

The resolution of a video extensometer depends on the field of view of the camera. A smaller image means better resolution – but also a smaller measurement range. This is particularly suitable for tests on heavy plate, construction steels, wire and many plastics.

Run Time – 7:42min

Extensometer videoXtens - Tensile tests on construction steel

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