Tear Tester - Elmendorf Type
For measuring the resistance against tearing of paper, board, plastic films, foils and other similar materials. An initial cut is made in a set of test piece which are then torn through a given distance, the work done in the test piece is measured as the loss in potential energy of a pendulum which is free to swing on it horizontal axis. A calibrated scale indicate the mean tearing force. With single pendulum optional - With extra Interchangeable pendulum for different range and Tearing sample cutter Electronic Tearing Resistance Tester (Microcontroller Based) - With standard 'B' pendulum, automatic calculations through Microprocessor and presentation of measured value (average and individual; all of which ensure accurate and stable test results. Optional- With extra Interchangeable pendulum for different range, Set of calibration weights and Tearing sample cutter i. Manual Clamping ii. Pneumatic Clamping
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