This equipment is used for studying the effects of fatigue using a rotating cantilever specimen.
A spindle specimen is attached to one end of a rotating shaft held to the base by self aligned bearings. Load is applied on the spindle producing a sinusoidal bending stress. Digital revolution counter keeps account of the number of revolution when failure occurs. A limit switch is provided to stop the rotation when specimen fails.
Instruction manual is also included.
- Influence of bending stress.
- Influence of different radii at fracture section.
- Wohler diagram.
|Motor||0.37 kW, 2750 rpm (approx.)|
|Revolution counter||8 digits|
|Loading mechanism||Spring balance|
|Power supply||220V, 1 Ph, 50 Hz. Other power supply is available on request.|
|Part No.||Part Name|
|TM 211-005||Specimens: Mild steel brass or aluminium (pack of 10).|
|TM 211-010||Motor speed controller to provide variable test speeds.|
|TM 211-015||Pulleys with synchronous belt to provide higher test speed.|
|TM 211-040A||Coil spring and “S” type load cell digital display instead of spring balance.|
This includes load sensor instead of spring balance (s) and computer interface unit.
|Other optional equipment please contact manufacturer ([email protected])|
|Net (unassembled) Shipping Dimensions WxLxH||30 x 90 x 35 cm.|
|Net Weight||Approx. 38 kg.|