Wet Web Tensile Strength Tester
Wet Web Tensile Strength Tester: WET STRENGTH TESTER is used for measuring the initial wet strength, elongation and tensile energy absorption of newsprint strip or pulp intended for other purposes. The stress/strain plotted chart which is obtain after testing the test sample provides the running characteristics of the product in the paper machine and for assessing the effect of pulp preparation variations. For measuring the initial wet web strength and elongation of newsprint strip or pulp. Digital Display with automatic return after rupture. Clamping length 50 & 100 mm, Max. stroke 30 mm. Deformation speed 1.5 ± 0.1 mm/sec. Measuring range 0-19.999 N. Option Graphic recorder
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