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Electromechanical Tensile Testing Machine 600kN Metallic materials Tensile testing ASTM E8 ETM605D

Categories Electromechanical Universal Testing Machine
Brand Name: WANCE
Model Number: ETM605D
Certification: CE SGS ISO9001
Place of Origin: China
MOQ: 1 set
Price: Negotiation
Delivery Time: 30 working days
Packaging Details: Plywood package for export use
Product Name: Electromechanical Tensile Testing Machine
Model: ETM605D
Standard: ASTM E8
Crosshead speed: 0.001 ~ 250mm/min
Crosshead travel: 1400mm
Accuracy: Class 0.5
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Electromechanical Tensile Testing Machine 600kN Metallic materials Tensile testing ASTM E8 ETM605D

Electromechanical Tensile Testing Machine 600kN Class 0.5 with hydraulic grip for tension compression bending ETM605D


600kN electromechanical universal testing machine is constructed with high stiffness frame. Equipped with hydraulic grip, it is convenient to perform tension, compression, and bending test for metals, building components, large fasteners, composites, and wood products.


Standards: ASTM E8

Standard Test Methods for Tension Testing of Metallic Materials


Scope*
1.1 These test methods cover the tension testing of metallic materials in any form at room temperature, specifically, the methods of determination of yield strength, yield point elongation,tensile strength, elongation, and reduction of area.
NOTE 1—These test methods are the metric companion of Test Methods E 8. Committee E-28 was granted an exception in 1997 by the Committee on Standards to maintain E8 and E8M as separate companion standards rather than combining standards as recommended by the Form and Style manual.
NOTE 2—These metric test methods are essentially the same as those in Test Methods E 8, and are compatible in technical content except that gage lengths are required to be 5D for most round specimens rather than 4D as specified in Test Methods E 8. Test specimens made from powder metallurgy (P/M) materials are exempt from this requirement by industrywide agreement to keep the pressing of the material to a specific projected area and density.
NOTE 3—Exceptions to the provisions of these test methods may need to be made in individual specifications or test methods for a particular material. For examples, see Test Methods and Definitions A 370 and Test Methods B 557M.
NOTE 4—Room temperature shall be considered to be 10 to 38°C unless otherwise specified.
1.2 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

2. Referenced Documents


A 356/A356M Specification for Steel Castings, Carbon, Low Alloy, and Stainless Steel, Heavy-Walled for Steam Turbines A 370 Test Methods and Definitions for Mechanical Testing of Steel Products
B 557M Test Methods of Tension TestingWrought and Cast Aluminum- and Magnesium-Alloy Products [Metric]
E 4 Practices for Force Verification of Testing Machines
E 6 Terminology Relating to Methods of Mechanical Testing
E 8 Test Methods for Tension Testing of Metallic Materials
E 29 Practice for Using Significant Digits in Test Data to Determine Conformance with Specifications
E 83 Practice for Verification and Classification of Extensometers
E 345 Test Methods of Tension Testing of Metallic Foil
E 691 Practice for Conducting an Interlaboratory Study to Determine the Precision of a Test Method
E 1012 Practice for Verification of Specimen Alignment Under Tensile Loading


Elongation


In reporting values of elongation, give both the original gage length and the percentage increase. If any device other than an extensometer is placed in contact with the specimen’s reduced section during the test, this shall also be noted.


When the specified elongation is greater than 3 %, fit ends of the fractured specimen together carefully and measure the distance between the gage marks to the nearest 0.25 mm for gage lengths of 50 mm and under, and to at least the nearest 0.5 % of the gage length for gage lengths over 50 mm. A percentage scale reading to 0.5 % of the gage length may be used.


When the specified elongation is 3 % or less, determine the elongation of the specimen using the following procedure, except that the procedure given in 7.11.2 may be used instead when the measured elongation is greater than 3 %.


Prior to testing, measure the original gage length of the specimen to the nearest 0.05 mm.


Remove partly torn fragments that will interfere with fitting together the ends of the fractured specimen or with making the final measurement.


Fit the fractured ends together with matched surfaces and apply a force along the axis of the specimen sufficient to close the fractured ends together. If desired, this force may then be removed carefully, provided the specimen remains intact.


The use of a force of approximately 15 MPa has been found to give satisfactory results on test specimens of aluminum alloy.


Measure the final gage length to the nearest 0.05 mm and report the elongation to the nearest 0.2 %.

Elongation measured per paragraph may be affected by location of the fracture, relative to the marked gage length. If any part of the fracture occurs outside the gage marks or is located less than 25 % of the elongated gage length from either gage mark, the elongation value obtained using that pair of gage marks may be abnormally low and non-representative of the material. If such an elongation measure is obtained in acceptance testing involving only a minimum requirement and meets the requirement, no further testing need be done. Otherwise, discard the test and retest the material.


Elongation at fracture is defined as the elongation measured just prior to the sudden decrease in force associated with fracture. For many ductile materials not exhibiting a sudden decrease in force, the elongation at fracture can be taken as the strain measured just prior to when the force falls below 10 % of the maximum force encountered during the test.


Elongation at fracture shall include elastic and plastic elongation and may be determined with autographic or automated methods using extensometers verified over the strain range of interest (see 5.4). Use a class B2 or better extensometer for materials having less than 5 % elongation, a class C or better extensometer for materials having elongation greater than or equal to 5 % but less than 50 %, and a class D or better extensometer for materials having 50 % or greater elongation. In all cases, the extensometer gage length shall be the nominal gage length required for the specimen being tested.Due to the lack of precision in fitting fractured ends together,the elongation after fracture using the manual methods of the preceding paragraphs may differ from the elongation at fracture determined with extensometers


New Features:

  • Robust guidance columns increase lateral stiffness and ensure linear crosshead travel. This results in accurate crosshead alignment thus reducing variability in measurement data and producing better overall accuracy

  • Non-clutched drives, rated for full speed at maximum force

  • Compact design saves lab space

  • Wider test width


Controller

  • WANCE DTC-500 digital controller offers high speed and closed loop control of load, displacement and extension.
  • Imported IC, more reliable
  • Up to 1000Hz sampling frequency
  • Up to 1000Hz closed loop control frequency
  • 20bit resolution
  • 16 digital input/output port
  • Built-in port for PC communication, either by RS232(COM) port or USB port
  • Expandable ports
  • Load protection, over-current protection, over-voltage protection, over-speed protect, and over-travel protection.

Software

  • Versatile, easy-to-use TestPilot software with a large and growing library of standards-compliant test methods (ASTM, ISO, DIN, EN, BS, and more)
  • Modular design permits easy upgrading
  • Multiple graphs on the same screen & report to observe multiple events at the same time: real time display curves, like displacement-load, stress-strain, displacement-time, load-times, and others.
  • Powerful analysis function can calculate typical value and display on the curve, like Fm, ReL, ReH, Rp.
  • Measurement unit: Users can select SI, or others, like N, kN, Kgf, lbf, Mpa, and so on, user can define the unit by themselves using formula.
  • Customizable report format with full flexibility of adding & removing items in terms of layout, content, graphing to suite the exact test requirement, like company information, statistics, and etc. Test report can export to Excel or Word.

Specifications:

ModelETM605
TypeType D
Capacity (kN)600
Calibration standardISO 7500, Class 1 / Class 0.5
Force range0.2% ~ 100%FS / 0.4 ~ 100%FS
Force accuracy±1.0% / ±0.5% of reading
Force resolution1/500000FS
Position accuracy±0.50% of reading
Position resolution (μm)0.025
Crosshead speed (mm/min)0.001 ~ 250
Crosshead speed accuracywithin ±1% / ±0.5% of set speed
Power requirementThree-phase, 380±10% VAC, 50/60Hz
Power consumption5.5kW
Weight (kg)2000

Machine dimension: ETM605D:

Test spaceFrame type

Width x Depth x Height

A x B x C (mm)

Crosshead travel

H (mm)

Test width

W (mm)

Dual space

Upper compression lower tension

Standard1535×1175×30001400700
Extended frame1535×1175×33001700700


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