Universal Testing Machine Servo Control Computerized Version - Stress Controlled kN/Min. Strain Controlled mm/min. Torque compensated power pack. Air cooled Inter cooler, 100% control via RJ 45, On - Board characteristics linearising, Fully Computer controlled
Universal Testing Machine - Hydraulic Computerized Version - Peak load along with on line load
Universal Testing Machine - Hydraulic Electronic Microprocessor Based - Ergonomically designed State of the Art Technology Microprocessor based Digital Indicator Unit. Channels, one for digital display of load in KN/KGF and the other for Displacement in mm in bright, shadow-less display.
Universal Testing Machine - (Hydraulic) Mechanical Version: Universal Testing Machine is designed for testing metals and other materials under tension, compression, bending, transverse and shear loads. Hardness test on metals can also be conducted.
Horizontal Chain & Rope Testing Machines - specially fabricated for testing chains, ropes & any long specimens for proof test or destructive tensile test. These machines are available in digital or computerized models apart from the standard ones. In these, load Vs elongation is in digital display and printout of results can be taken easily.
Computerized Tensile Testing Machines - provided with latest windows based menu driven software. These machines are used for testing materials, grips, attachments, fixtures, straining speed as like analogue version. They are fully automatic, on screen calculations based on the delivered data.
Analogue Tensile Testing Machines - used for determining tension, compression, cross breaking, bending, shear, linear bonding, gripping, peeling strength of different material.
Rockwell Hardness Tester - The Hardness Testers have been designed and manufactured strictly conforming to IS. BS, ASTM, ISO and DIN Standards. Since 1966 for most exacting test requirements in the Laboratories and Workshops etc.
Brinell Hardness Testing - The machine is designed with a Hydraulic Power Pack and control circuit for effortless loading unloading operation. A dial gauge in front measures depth of ball penetration.
The impact energy absorbed by the specimen during rupture is measured as the difference between the height of drop before rupture and the height of rise after rupture of the test specimen and is read on the dial scale.
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