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TP 800 Portable Spectrophotometer

The TP800 Portable spectrophotometer is patented device that is designed and manufactured by Testronix. The most prominent features of the device incorporate high-performance stability, precision in measurement, and other powerful functions in best class of the industry they are used in.

During the research and development process of the product, the engineers and scientists have performed several measurements on a variety of samples of colors such as white and black, dark and light and several other color boards standardized by ISO. The parameters, according to which the test procedure is conducted, are in strict compliance with the international standards.

R&D team of TESTRONIX has also done a detailed analysis of portable spectrophotometers with different standards such as Japanese, American, German standards. The L*ab value had a difference under ±1.5 between the standards of different countries but when TP800  was compared with Japanese spectrophotometer, during the measurement of any colored object, the highest difference between the L*ab values was found to be ±1.0. This is a testimonial for highly advanced technology and quality used by Testronix that strictly adhere the standards of international market.

Applications

The TP800 portable spectrophotometer has been used in many major industries such as textile manufacturing, textile processing, paint industries, electronics, plastics, food, medical equipment, educational institutions and research institutes, etc. reflectance spectrum as well as other color indices can be measured using this product in a very precise manner. The instrument can not only help in matching the color and color management, but it is also an effective tool for efficient management of controlling the product quality. The equipment comes with a high-class software for color management that can be connected to the computer so that more extended function could be achieved.

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Tensile Testing Machine Digital

The Presto Tensile testing Machine is highly recommended for evaluating the tensile strength of products and materials. The equipment is based on the Constant Rate of Traverse (CRT) principle. It is equipped with an upper jaw and a lower jaw.

While the upper jaw is stationary, the lower one can be moved at a designated fixed speed with the help of a motor. The test specimen is held between the two jaws. The lower jaw is gradually made to move to evaluate the tensile strength of the sample.

The motor is equipped with a gear Box and a lead screw arrangement. The machine also incorporates a special sensor, connected with a load cell. The sensor is capable of judging the load exerted on the stationary jaw and directly indicating the reading in kgs (in digital format).

There are special case hardened lead screws which ensure stability and durability. It incorporates a standard branded motor and CE standard electrical wiring. The completely modular construction of the Presto Tensile Testing Machine ensures trouble free maintenance and easy operation.

 

Presto Tensile testing Machine is highly stable machine, built using heavy mild steel. Its strength and high quality can be attributed to the various built in safety arrangements, such as over load and over travel protection.

The Presto Tensile testing Machine has an Autumn Gray & Blue combination finish and bright chrome / zinc plating has been added to impart a corrosion resistant finish.

The Instrument comes complete with Instruction Manual; Electrical Wiring Diagram & Calibration Certificate traceable to NABL approved Labs.

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Carbonless Paper Testing Instruments


Carbonless paper also known as non-carbon copy paper, non – carbon paper, is a type of coated paper which is designed to transfer the information written on the front on to the sheet which is provided beneath. It is a best alternative of carbon paper. As suggested by its name, the carbon less papers does not required to add extra sheet of carbon paper between two papers. These papers comprises of a micro encapsulated ink on the back side of the sheet along with the coating of clay on the bottom of the sheet. When pressure is applied on the paper, the dye reacts with the clay and creates duplicate mark on the bottom sheet.