Paper cores are an essential part of many paper-based products that provides strength and stability to the packaging products. It is important to determine the core strength of these paper cores to prevent them from collapsing under compression. Thus, you can easily do this by using one of the accurate lab testing instruments known as a core compression tester. This is one of the highly accurate lab testing equipment designed by the experts at Presto that provides the collapsing load under which the product will be tested accurately. This core compression testing equipment has been designed in accordance with industrial standards that includes Test Standard ISO 11093. In this blog post, we will discuss brief information about core compression testers and their role in the packaging industry. We will also discuss why cores should be tested against compression. So, let us get started!
Why paper cores should be tested against compression?
Paper cores are often used in a variety of industries, from food packaging to textiles. They are made from paperboard that has been cut into a cylindrical shape and then glued together.
Paper cores have a number of benefits over other types of packaging materials, including their light weight, recyclability, and low cost. However, one potential drawback of paper cores is that they can be susceptible to compression. Compression testing is a way of assessing the strength of paper cores under pressure. By subjecting paper cores to increasing levels of compression, manufacturers can determine whether they are likely to withstand the forces they will encounter during use. Presto core compression testing equipment
is one of the widely used lab testing equipment
that is used to test the compression strength of boxes and help to ensure that they should be performed as intended in their end-use applications.
Now, let us discuss brief information about the Presto core compression testing instrument.
All about Presto core compression tester
Paper cores are used in a variety of industries for a variety of purposes. In order to ensure that they will perform as expected, it is important to test them against compression. There are a few different ways to test paper cores against compression. One common method is to use a compression testing machine
. Presto offers a high-quality core compression tester that has been used in the paper & packaging industry
to test the compression strength of cores and determine their crush resistance.
The collapsing load will be determined by placing the cylindrical paper core of a specified length in between compression plates (either radial or flat type), applying a uniform magnitude of compressive load on the test specimen, maximum sustained load value is then recorded. PRESTO core compression Tester is manufactured under Test Standard ISO 11093.
Now, let us discuss the features and technical specifications of this quality lab testing equipment.
Features of Presto core compression tester
The core compression testing equipment
has been designed with high-end features that make it easy for the manufacturers to conduct core compression tests on the materials. Below we have listed the highly advanced features of the Presto core compression tester:
- Inbuilt calibration facility
- Electro-pneumatic system (Maintenance free)
- Auto-return to the home position.
- Microprocessor-based display for accurate test results
- Highly accurate test results under uniform compression Force
- TARE and Peak Hold Facility Available
- Strong base plate with a rugged structure
- Feather touch controls
- Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications of Presto core compression tester
- Load cell capacity: 1000 kgf
- Resolution/ least count: 500 g
- Accuracy: ± 2% full scale (with master load)
- Loading speed: 50 mm/min
- Dimensions: 560 x 475 x 810 mm
- Mechanism: Pneumatic
- Power Requirement: 220V, 50/60 Hz, 5 Amp
With these high-end features and technical specifications, one can easily conduct core compression tests on the materials and ensure that quality products will be delivered to the customers. To conduct a sample testing session at ZERO cost, give us a call at +91 9210903903 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team of technical experts will consult you regarding all your needs and queries.
Author : -Gaurav Malhotra
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