Model Auto Impact (BS)
The pendulum Impact Tester, Model :Auto Impact is designed for conducting Izod, Charpy test. The test method confirm to BS: 131: PART 4-1972 (Amended 15 Aug. 1993) BSEN :10045-2 :1993. In Auto Impact Tester, pendulum will lift, specimen will get loaded and pendulum will release automatically. Once specimen breaks, result will display on digital panel, and auto brakes will apply immediately. The pendulum is mounted on antifriction bearings. It has two starting positions, the upper one for Charpy and the lower one for Izod testing. On auto release, the pendulum swing down to break the specimen and the energy absorbed in doing so is measured as the difference between the height of drop before rupture and height of rise after rupture of the test specimen and is read on digital panel in Joules.
Model : Auto Impact (ASTM)
• The Impact Tester offered with 300J energy exclusively for Charpy Test confirming to ASTM E-23.
• This machine is geometrically checked in the works to the more stringent requirements of the American Standard
• The accuracy of the machine is then verified by PROOF TEST be testing standard test specimens supplied by the
• Two sets (Low & high energy - 1 Set (4 Nos.) each.) must agree with the normal values within certain tolerance
The pendulum Impact Tester, Model IT-30 is designed for conducting Izod, Charpy test. The test methods confirm to BS:131:PART 4-1972 (Amended 15 Aug. 1993) BSEN:10045-2:1993.
The pendulum is mounted on antifriction bearings. It has two starting positions, the upper one for Charpy the lower one for Izod testing. On release, the pendulum swings down to break the specimen & the energy absorbed in doing so is measured as the difference between the height of drop before rupture of the test specimen and is read from the maximum pointer position on the dial scale. (It is read on digital readout in case of electronic machines). There are two strikers and one combined support anvil available for fitting in to the pendulum and on the base of machine for the Izod, Charpy test respectively. Changing from one striker to another is achieved simply by fixing the new striker into it's position.
The Charpy test piece rests on alloy steel support anvils, fitted on the base of the machine rigidly held in position by Allen screws. End stopper is provided for quickly and accurately locating the test piece centrally between the supports.