Résistance à l'impact de joints collés (ISO 11343)
How to ensure the high performances and structural integrity of adhesives, under real life conditions, especially when used in safety-critical areas? ISO 11343 is a standardized Impact test method, used to measure the resistance of high-strength structural adhesives to cleavage fracture at various speeds and user-defined temperatures. Check how you to perform ISO 11343 Wedge Peel with our Instron-CEAST 9350 Drop Tower
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Instron Drop Towers are used to develop, fine tune, and validate material models. Testing materials under real impact conditions is a crucial step prior of product design. Using the characterization data obtained with the Instron 9400, coupled with customer supplied high-speed video, you can have confidence in your results and deliver new materials to your customers faster. Our Drop Tower impact systems, fixtures, and tups are designed to meet a wide range of applications and testing standards including: ISO, ASTM, ANSI, Airbus, Boeing, BSI, DIN, EN, FDA, Ford, GM, JIS, NASA, GOST, and more.
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Bluehill® Impact is built from the ground up for touch interaction. The Operator Dashboard features large touchpoints to make the user experience simpler and smarter. Easy-to-understand icons and workflows make it easy to train new or experienced users, simplify operator training, and allow you to start testing even faster than ever before
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