Messengers Of Protection For Students-----Touch Screen Coputerized Universal Tensile Testing Machine





As the saying goes, people rely on clothes horse saddle. We have to get dressed every day before we go out. Everyone wants to show their best side to others. But there is a group of them who wear the same clothes almost every day. That is the student.



As a school uniform that is frequently worn, the quality must be good. After all, students usually wear two or three school uniforms for three years. If the quality of the clothes is not good, the cost of school uniforms is high. And poor quality threatens the safety of students.



Clothing will be tested for tensile performance, and students' uniforms will need to be tested for tensile performance to see if there are hidden safety hazards. For the safety of millions of students, Haida Touch Screen Coputerized Universal Tensile Testing Machine helps you guard.



Touch Screen Coputerized Universal Tensile Testing Machine is widely used in wires & cables, hardware, metal, rubber, footwear, leather, apparel, fabric, tape paper products, pharmacy and so on, for tensile strength, tear resistance, peel strength, bend strength, shear force , ect with different fixtures according to national and international standards customer required.




This machine is a kind of electric tensile tester which uses the motor to drive ball screw to move fixture. Place the fixture with sample between the upper and lower fixture, use a given speed to pull sample upward by upper fixture. Load cell above upper fixture will sense tensile strength, and convert the strength into voltage sign and output to the display screen. And the strength value will be displayed automatically.




Campus safety has always been one of the most concerned topics in society. The campus is a place where students can study with peace of mind, and other accidents cannot affect the safety of students. Therefore, major producers who cooperate with the campus must do a good job of testing and maintain the safety of students.
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