Bench Top Tensile Testing Machine
This structure is a laboratory-scale, hand-driven bench-top tensile testing machine, 20 kN capacity.
- Tensile tests up to 20 kN on specimens made of different metals, to find material characteristics such as upper and lower yield strengths, tensile strength and overall extension
- Tests of Young’s modulus (E) for the specimen material
A sturdy base holds a hand-driven worm and wheel gearbox, driving a lead screw with approximately 400 mm of travel. The mechanism uses ball races and self-aligning ball thrust races in the direction of loading. These low-friction bearings with the large handwheel allow the user to apply maximum load with minimum effort. The load-measuring mechanism is a strain-gauged load cell that connects to a microprocessor-controlled digital display. The load display unit has a ‘peak hold’ function to register the maximum load before the specimen breaks. A sliding digital display measures the tensile displacement (extension) over the entire movement. The tensile specimens mount between the load application mechanism and load cell, in collet chucks via ball-jointed spigots. This ensures purely axial loading.
- Simple hand-operated load application
- Supplied with chucks for standard 20 mm2 specimens
- Optional Extensometer
- Optional Compression Cage and Brinell Test Set
Available Experiment Modules:
- Brinell Hardness Test Set (SM1002C)
- Versatile Data Acquisition System – Bench-mounted version
- Extra TL and TS specimens
- Extensometer (SM1002a)
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