FATIGUE TESTING MACHINE





Description:

FATIGUE TESTING MACHINE:

AS PER IS: 5075-1969

 
Introduction:
 

This machine is used to test the fatigue strength of materials and to draw S-N diagram by research institute, laboratories, material manufacturers and various industries. This is rotating beam type machine in which load is applied in reversed bending fashion. The standard 8 mm dia specimen is held in special holders at its ends and located such that it experiences a uniform bending moment. The specimen is rotated at 4200 rpm by a motor. A complete cycle of reversed stresses in all fibres of the specimen is produced during each revolution.

 
The bending moment is applied with the lever system and can be easily changed by moving a weight over the lever. Total number of revolution at which the specimen fails are recorded by a mechanical counter. An interlocking system puts off the motor at specimen failure.
 
Electronic counter instead of mechanical counter can be supplied at additional price.
 
Machine with maximum bending moment up to 400 Kg. cm can be offered on request.
 
 
Features:
  • Table model, no need of foundation.
  • Simple lever system for changing load.
  • Calibration in Nm available on request.
  • Light weight, Simple design, Compact Size.

 

Specifications:

 

1.

Maximum bending moment

kg cm

200

2.

Bending moment adjustable

kg cm

25-200

3.

Ranges

I - kg cm

25-125

II - kg cm

125-200

4.

Griping dia of specimen

mm

12

5.

Testing dia of specimen

mm

8

6.

Rotating speed

rpm

4200

7.

Accuracy of applied bending moment

 

+ 1%

8.

Digital counter No. Of digits (0-999999)

 

6

9.

Power required

HP/KW

1.0/0.75

10.

Main Supply

3ph.

440,V, 50 Hz A.C

11.

Overall Size (approx)

mm

1000 L x 500 W x 600 H

12.

Weight (approx)

kg

120

 

 

 

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