Meets ASME, AWS Codes
Meets MIL Standards
Calibration (ASTM E4) traceable to NIST
Standards (Digital Readout Version)
5000 lb. Maximum load +/- 1% Accuracy (Digital Readout Version)
300 lb. Minimum load +/- 1% Accuracy (Digital Readout Version)
Integral hydraulic system
Grips specimens up to 0.125 x 1.13 inch section
Digital readout of live and peak loads
Auto zero of digital readout
The Digital Gauge Version has similar funstions, but is accurate to +/- 3%
Gauge and Readout Options
None. The basic unit has no gauge. When doing peel
tests only, a gauge is not required.
Digital Gauge. The -DG option gives the
ability to determine the load required to break a specimen. The gauge shows the live load during a test. After the specimen breaks, the breaking load can be recalled by the push of a button. Calibration consists of setting the maximum (5000 lb) and minimum (0 lb) loads. Intermediate loads cannot be set. They are characteristic of the gauge, but are accurate to better than +/- 3%.
Digital Readout. The -D option gives the most
accurate means for determining the breaking load. The electronic measuring system is
comprised of a microprocessor-controlled readout and a precision pressure transducer. The
system is programmed at our factory, during calibration, to give a linear load reading
from 300 to 5000 pounds. During subsequent calibrations the user can adjust the system
using an IBM-compatible computer, a calibrated load cell and software we can provide. The accuracy of the
system is better than +/- 1%. Digital readout of live and peak loads as well as auto zero
are standard functions.