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Impact Testing on Polymers - Conventional and Instrumented

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Watch this webinar entitled - Impact Testing on Polymers - Conventional and Instrumented.

About this webinar:

Pendulum impact testers determine the impact energy absorbed by a standardized specimen up to break by measuring the height of rise of the pendulum hammer after impact. The result is impact strength or notched impact strength, which is indicated in relation to area, for example in kJ/m². We will give an overview of the standard test methods (Charpy; Izod, Dynstat,…) and explain the difference between a conventional and instrumented impact test.

About the speaker:

Stephanie Rösner, Application Engineer and Ralf Grom, Product Manager

Who should attend:

If you're interested in polymers, polymer testing or materials testing in general, watch this webinar now!

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