Study the characteristics of your rubber samples with an accurate and reliable Industrial Physics testing machine.
Identify weaknesses and find better solutions – guiding your supply chain decisions as well as your research and development processes every time you’re working with rubber.
Rubber testing is vital in all sorts of industries, but it is particularly crucial in the automotive field. Check your airbags, seatbelts, and brake parts are consistently safe and performing as expected. Get deep insight into the strengths and weaknesses of your rubber, plastic, or metal parts.
And when you have the green light on your vital checks and balances, we have the technology you need to analyze the finishing touches – such as your carpets, vinyl and interior fixtures and fittings. Our innovative testing machines are designed and developed with a wide range of health and safety regulations in mind, so you can make sure you’re meeting the required standards.
We have a huge range of rubber testing equipment, so you can find the solution for your particular product or field. Have a look at the DSTM-5KN Table Top UTM, a versatile test frame that can be used for everything from basic tension and compression testing to advanced materials testing. If you have a busy lab with lots of samples to test, our Multi-Sample Test System might be just what you need. It can test up to six samples at a time.
Check out the Industrial Physics tackiness checker HTC-1. It’s a convenient, easy-to-use instrument for on-site testing of the tackiness of rubber components.
In the molding process of tyres and belts, where rubber components are bonded in multiple layers and vulcanized, it’s vital to check the component tackiness, before the forming process is completed. The HTC-1 will deliver the results you need – it can even be used to test the tackiness of your adhesive tapes.
With decades of experience in the automotive industry, flexible packaging sphere, and a whole host of other sectors, we’re the perfect partner for all of your test and inspection solutions.
What’s more, we can help you find the right rubber testing machines for your set up, whether you’re at the research and development stage or you’re switching to new materials to meet changing safety standards. For advice or support, please do get in touch.
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