ISO 1926 Rigid Cellular Plastics Tensile Properties
The ISO 1926 test method is suitable for use when testing rigid cellular polymeric materials.It investigates the strength and deformation properties of flexible cellular materials when a test piece is extended at a constant rate of displacement - until failure - to determine the tensile strength and elongation at break.
For this test, we use screw action grips, pneumatic action grips with rubber coated jaw faces for clamping of the material fitted to a tensile testing machine, either a single-column or dual-column table-top frame. Two methods of strain measurement can be adopted:
- A contacting long travel extensometer is attached to the test specimen
- A non-contacting extensometer, either an advanced video extensometer 2 (AVE 2) or standard video extensometer 2 (SVE 2), is attached to the frame's column and measures strain without contacting the specimen
Both extensometers are suitable for determining the material's relative change in length.
Using materials testing software, such as Bluehill® 3, allows you to input specimen details, set the desired test control, automatically calculate the desired results and statistics, and produce a test report all in accordance with the standard.
We suggest reviewing ISO 1926 to fully understand the test fixture and results requirements.
Instron 3300 Series Universal Testing Systems for Tensile, Compression, Bend, and other material property tests.
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5900 Universal Testing Systems are engineered for precision, built for durability, and offer the flexibility for changing requirements. They are designed with standard and optional features that increase testing efficiency and improve the testing experience for the operator. A wide range of models are available for testing capacities from < 100N up to 600kN.
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Bluehill 2 material testing software is the second generation of the original fully-integrated modular software package that provides easy tailored application solutions for today's laboratory managers and test technicians. In addition to the standard testing applications including tensile, compression, flexural, peel, tear and friction, Bluehill 2 has several new and unique added features.
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The Instron® model XL (long travel) extensometer is a precise device for measuring strain in highly extensible materials such as elastomers, semi-rigid plastics and films.
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The Instron Standard Video Extensometer(SVE)is a non-contacting extensometer that meets most testing standards for accuracy. The SVE can be used to measure axial strain in a wide variety of materials through failure and provides many advantages over traditional contacting extensometers.
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Screw side-action grips provide a very simple and efficient method for holding test specimens in a wide range of applications. The dual - acting design of 2710-100 series grips means that jaw faces can be adjusted to accommodate different specimen thicknesses. This ensures that the line of tensile force remains concentric with the grip body. They can be equipped with a selection of interchangeable grip jaw faces in various sizes and choice of surfaces including smooth ground, rubber-coated and serrated. Line contact and special coated faces are also available. The unique ‘snap-on’ jaw face attachment makes changing faces extremely quick and simple.
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Bluehill 3 testing software is designed to meet the demands of any level of user. Only version updates are available at this time.
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The Plastics Testing Solutions brochure is a 40-page, applications-focused, and standards-based brochure. Important standards such as ISO 527-1, -2, -3, ISO 11443, ISO 75, ASTM D638, Astm D3835, are covered in a detailed testing challenge and solution format. The brochure addresses the most prominent and widely-used standards in the materials testing industry for plastics. Test types such as Impact, Rheology, Thermo-Mechanical, Specimen Preparation, Mechanical Testing, Dynamic/fatigue, and Hardness are described in great detail.
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