The materials that are used in industries are subjected to various different forces. These forces may cause deformation of the materials and also cause the materials to change their physical properties.
The materials that are used in industries are subjected to various different forces. These forces may cause deformation of the materials and also cause the materials to change their physical properties. If there is a repetitive type of force is applied on a material which causes the material to contract and expand rapidly then there are possibilities that the material may develop fatigue. This fatigue is called Material fatigue which is caused when a force of same nature is exerted on material in two opposite directions in a continuous manner. This materials fatigue can be very harmful to the materials as they can easily fail under the effect of fatigue.
To ensure that the materials are strong enough to bear such forces and fatigues, the materials need to be tested for the effects of continuous and repetitive forces in them. One of the best ways to test the materials for that’s I to use a push-pull tester for commencing the test.
The Push Pull tester is a mechanical strength measuring gauge that is used for measuring a number of repetitive forces that a material can bear without developing material fatigue and failure. The instrument offers the users the facility to test the strength of the materials with the help of tensile as well as compressive forces. The push-pull testing equipment is designed in such a way that it can be used for accurate analysis of the forces applied to materials and their effects on the specimen.
Presto offers very high accuracy and precise push-pull testers that are best for testing different kinds of materials with tension and compression force applications. The instrument has a capacity of applying forces of up to 20 kg-force and least count of 200 grams which makes it very accurate and precise for testing in industries.
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