Model No. - TTM-500 (C) Zeus Ultimo
Quick Overview : The equipment provides an accurate cross head speed between 50mm and 500mm / min. and is powered by a Servo Motor, which can be run at variable speed. A graphic user interface PC has been incorporated to provide accurate speed control.
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The Presto Computerized Tensile testing machine is widely used for evaluating the tensile strength of plastic products, pet bottles and various other products. It is a floor standing model of C.R.E. Type fabricated using heavy duty Mild steel.
The equipment provides an accurate cross head speed between 50mm and 500mm / min. and is powered by a Servo Motor, which can be run at variable speed. A graphic user interface PC has been incorporated to provide accurate speed control.
The Presto Computerized Tensile testing machine comes complete with a calibration certificate traceable to NABL approved labs. Automatic Load Sensor Sensing is conducted by the machine through Advance electronics.
The equipment has been fitted with an Over Load / Travel Safety device which has an Auto stop facility controlled through special software In-built Advanced Micro – controller systems have also been incorporated to ensure accuracy and reliability of results.
The machine also has a tensile card – 1927 or 945a, 16 bit ADC & DAC. It is mandatory for the user to install a Computer and Printer (Pentium or Higher version is not part of the offer).
Windows based tensile software program has been specially designed to perform & store basic Tensile & compression test readings.
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