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|Product Name:||Pendulum Impact Testing Machine||Angle Of Striking:||30-150°|
|Test Standard:||ASTM E23 ISO148||Maximum Impact Energy:||750J 600J 450J 300J|
|Test Type:||Charpy||Advantage:||The PSW 750 Pendulum Impact Tester Can Be Used For Charpy And Impact Tensile Tests On Metals To All Established DIN, EN, ASTM, ISO And BS Standards|
Pendulum Impact Testing Machine 750J AS1544.2 Method for impact tests on metals PIT752H
Impact energy: 750J
Impact on metals, Charpy
Servo motor driven pendulum can stop at any position, realizing different angle/energy impact test for R&D use
Equipped with cooling system, I can perform low temperature test down to -180℃
ASTM E23, ASTM E1820, ASTM E2298, AS 1544, ISO 148, EN10045, ISO 14556, ZF 15-53, ISO 11343, JIS Z 2242, JIS B 7722, GOST 9454
AS1544.2 Method for impact tests on metals
This Standard specifies the conditions for performing the Charpy V-notch impact test on metals. It also includes requirements for the installation of the testing machine, its initial
and periodic calibration, and recommendations for its maintenance by the user.
For the purpose of this Standard, the definitions below apply.
3.1 Centre of percussion
That point in a pendulum at which a blow, delivered in a tangential direction, will cause no reaction at the centre of rotation.
3.2 Initial potential energy
The energy theoretically available in a pendulum-type impact testing machine when the pendulum is returned from its striking position to its initial release position.
3.3 Length of pendulum
The distance from the axis of rotation of the pendulum to the impact point of the pendulum, on a standard test piece.
3.4 Point of impact
The midpoint of the line of contact between the striking edge and the test piece.
A portion of material or a group of items selected from a batch or consignment by a sampling procedure.
3.6 Secondary standard test pieces
Charpy test pieces having an assigned impact value obtained from tests performed upon a verified testing machine.
3.7 Standardized test pieces
Charpy test pieces from a nationally recognized source which have certified impact values for testing machine verification purposes.
3.8 Striking energy
The kinetic energy of the pendulum of the testing machine at the instant of impact.
3.9 Striking velocity
The linear velocity of the striking edge at the instant of impact.
3.10 Test piece
A prepared piece for testing, made from a test specimen by some mechanical operation.
3.11 Test specimen
A portion of material, or a single item taken from the sample, for the purpose of applying a particular test.
Proving of calibration procedures by testing of standardized test pieces.
|Maximum impact energy||750J|
|Distance from the axis of support to the center of percussion||750mm|
|Velocity of striking||5.24m/s|
|Angle of striking||30°~150°, adjustable|
|Radius of curvature of supports||1mm|
|Angle of taper of supports||11°±1°|
|Striking knife||Radius of striking edge||2mm(R2) or 8mm(R8)|
|Angle of striking tip||30°|
|Thickness of striker||16mm|
Dimension (with protection shield)
|Power supply||1-phase, 220±10%VAC, 50Hz|