Range of application
The IRHD micro compact hardness tester (Zwick 3103) is designed for hardness tests to IRHD micro on plastics and rubber. The requirements of test standards ISO 48, ASTM D 1415, NFT 46003, and BS 903, part A26 are achieved.
The hardness tester is used in quality assurance, in goods receiving and outgoing goods checks at manufacturers and processors from the plastics and rubber industry.
The Aflow is noted for having a high degree of automation: whether simple cleaning and defined pre-compacting at the press of a button, or infinitely settable test loads – the Aflow adapts to your test tasks. The extrusion plastometer supports all globally common standards and procedures, including ISO 1133, ASTM D 1238 according to Methods A, B, C and D.
The pneumatic precompacting feature allows the polymer to be defined and evenly precompacted at the press of a button – saving time and effort. Furthermore, testXpert II determines the test results in the automatic parameter control, so that the Aflow automatically selects the correct test parameters. This precompacting feature gives you a high degree of user independence even if the testers change often. To further accelerate the test procedure after the test, you have the possibility to eject the remaining material from the extrusion barrel with a force of up to 80 kg and then to clean the extrusion barrel with a pneumatic cleaning device at the press of a button. Space-saving, multi-device operation lets you connect up to six Aflow or Mflow extrusion plastometers to a PC. Of course, you can also use the Aflow in Stand Alone Mode without a PC.
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Standard testing and OEM testing according to the test procedures of the automotive companies. Customized Uniformity, Balancing and Run-out testing according to the tire manufacturers internal test standards:
Tire static and dynamic balancing
Functional principle for Uniformity PC, Light Truck, Truck and Bus Tire
The Cflow is a compact instrument that allows rapid determination of the Melt mass flow rate of plastics. It is specifically designed for the processors of plastics that are less subject to extrusion tests and which do not require a connection to a PC.
The temperature control of the heating elements, the heating chamber and the extrusion barrel are perfectly matched to each other. The temperature is generated where it is needed. That ensures an excellent distribution of temperature across the full height of the barrel from the outset.
Rapid device control is facilitated by the test granulate contained in the scope of delivery. Addition control options are available for the temperature in the extrusion barrel, for the diameter of orifices and barrels with plug gages. An automatic or manual extrudate cutter, a separating door and a die plug are optionally available for the Cflow.
The Container Spacing Device (CSD) offers a positive method to space containers that are transported on a table top conveyor. This compact device is compatible with round and non-round containers and is ideal for providing bottle spacing or line flow control.
The Density Comparator offers a proven, accurate and reliable method for determining the density of glass and related materials for routine control of composition. This compact table-top device utilizes the Sink-Float approach to determine the density of a sample in accordance with ASTM Standard Method C729.
With the Density Comparator, up to 6 samples can be tested simultaneously. A circulating water bath with automatic and manual heating controls, as well as a cooling coil for rapid system cooling provides the means for precise temperature control of samples and medium according to test requirements.
Innovative closed-loop technology. The tester incorporates the latest load cell technology. The test load is applied via a closed-loop control unit with a load cell, a DC motor and an electronic measurement and control unit. The result is highly accurate Brinell hardness measurements at all test loads up to 0.5%. The common load overshoot or undershoot as known from traditional dead weight, or open-loop, systems is eliminated. The absence of mechanical weights not only eliminates friction problems but also makes the equipment less sensitive to miss alignments caused by vibrations.