CCSi features this high quality Gibitre Schob Type Pendulum Tester for evaluating impact resilience and penetration of rubber by means of a pendulum rebound, as described in ASTM D7121, “Standard Test Method for Rubber Property-Resilience Using Schob Type Rebound Pendulum.”
The Resilience is the ratio between energy yield and energy applied in the impact between the instrumet’s hammer and the specimen having dimensional characteristics defined by the standards.
This measure provides useful indications regarding the dynamic behavior of an elastomer.
The measurement is performed by determining the rebound angle of the hammer following the impact.
The instrument provides direct reading of the resilience value.
The results of 5 tests performed on the specimen, their mean and standard deviation are displayed.
• Display the results of 5 tests made on the sample
• Calculate mean and standard deviation of the results
• Calibrate the angle reading of the instrument
• Export the data
Ask for Price
|TYPE OF MEASUREMENT||Resilience measurement on samples in compliance with standards (Rebound %)|
|TEST METHOD||Recording of 5 test results (Rebound %) and automatic calculation of mean and standard deviation.|
|DATA TRANSMISSION (OPTION)||Software, compatible with Windows 10, for import of test results and data storage into SQL database. The connection between the instrument and the PC is made with USB cable.|
|POWER SUPPLY||110/220 VAC ±10%,50/60 Hz ±3,0.2 A single phase|
|CONTROL DISPLAY||Touch Screen display for instrument setup and results display The display permits to: • display the results of 5 tests • calculate mean and standard deviation of the results • calibrate the angle reading of the instrument • export the data|
|DISPLAY DIMENSIONS||External dimensions W 92 x D 150 x H 30 mm - Usable Area 60 x 100 mm|
|INSTRUMENT DIMENSIONS||(W x D x H) 200 x 200 x 500 mm|
ASTM D7121, ASTM D1054, rebound, Schob, oscillatory device, pendulum rebound, rebound resilience, resilience, rubber, impact, polyester, polyether, plastic, foam, impact strain, strain rate, DIN 53 512, ISO 4662, 83.060.