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Description: The new Brookfield PFT Powder Flow Tester delivers quick and easy analysis of powder flow behavior in industrial processing equipment. It is ideal for manufacturers who process powders daily and want to minimize or eliminate downtime and expense that can occur when hoppers/silos fail to discharge.
- Property Analyzed: Cohesion / Internal Friction, Density - Loose Packed / Aerated, Flowability / Workability, Friction (COF) / Wall Friction
- Display & Special Features: Computer Interface / Networkable
Supplier: Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems
Description: The Powder Characteristics Tester, Model PT-S, is a single instrument which provides seven mechanical measurements and three supporting measurements of dry bulk powders. It complies with Standard Test Method ASTM D6393-99 "Bulk Solids Characterization by CARR Indices". It has been developed
- Property Analyzed: Cohesion / Internal Friction, Compactability / Compressibility, Density - Loose Packed / Aerated, Flowability / Workability
- Display & Special Features: Computer Interface / Networkable, Digital Readout
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: Development and Correlation of a Variable-Speed Friction Tester Volume 8, Issue 2 (March 1980) The need for a laboratory variable-speed friction tester was recognized several years ago when emphasis was placed on laboratory test procedures to predict pavement skid resistance in the field. A tester
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Floor Finish, UHS, Size 1 gal., Solids Content 25 Percent, Required RPM Ultra High Speed 1500 RPM and Above, Maintenance Frequency Burnish Every Other Day, Dry Time 15-30 Minutes, Meets ASTM-D-2047-82 Co-Efficient of Friction of 0.5 on James Static Friction Tester, Meets CARB 2010 Standards
Standards and Technical Documents - API RESEARCH REPORT - PROJECT 88/89/91-51 - INVESTIGATION OF PIPE THREAD COMPOUNDS -- API REPORT 88/89/91-51Supplier: American Petroleum Institute (API)
Description: was nitrogen with a maximum test pressure of 7,780 psi. 3. Full-scale make-up and break-out tests on both the 4½" connections and 2-7/8" N-80 E.U.E. tubing. 4. Laboratory friction/galling evaluations. Tests included the Drilco Relative friction Tester which uses a precision machined 1" shouldered bolt
Standards and Technical Documents - Road vehicles -- Braking threshold pressures for heavy commercial vehicle combinations with fully pneumatic braking systems -- Test with roller brake tester -- ISO 20918:2007
Description: ISO 20918:2007 describes a method to evaluate the braking threshold of heavy commercial vehicle combinations with pneumatic braking systems, by means of a roller brake tester. ISO 20918:2007 describes procedures for workshops and garages and provides a recommended pressure range of the system
Description: Powder Flow Pro software (for use with PFT Powder Flow Tester) allows provides choice of test types and screen captures as well as automatic flow curves. Features & Benefits * Main screen provides choice of basic tests: Flow Function Wall Friction Time Consolidated Flow Function Bulk
Supplier: Tinius Olsen, Inc.
Description: pneumatic controls that automatically lowers the arms prior to the test and raises the arms at the end of the test. Friction free air bearings on the extensometer provide accurate strain measurement through fracture. The combination of the machine and accessory design provides simple yet sophisticated
- Mechanical Test: Tensile
- Force / Load Capacity: 1000 to 60000 lbs
- Stroke / Travel: 17 to 20 inch
- Test Speed: 0.1667 to 0.3333 in/sec
Supplier: Kett US
Description: This simple, yet accurate instrument will automatically measure and calculate the coefficient of static friction. Results are displayed on the integrated LED. Multiple tests can be automatically averaged. Runs on batteries and includes a protective hard case. Special fixtures allow liquid samples
- Property Analyzed: Friction (COF) / Wall Friction, Other
- Test Media / Material: Food / Drugs, Oils / Lubricants, Packaging Materials, Textiles, Other
- Display & Special Features: Digital Readout, Handheld / Field
Description: Dual linear slide design provides hi torsional stiffness/min axial friction
- Mechanical Test: Shear / Torsion
- Torque / Impact Energy: 1947 In-lbs
- Display / Interface: Digital Readout / Interface, Video / Graphic Display, Computer Interface
- Application Software: Yes
Supplier: Kett US
Description: Peel Tester
- Mechanical Test: Tensile, Adhesion (Bond / Peel), Friction / Wear
- Display / Interface: Analog Display / Interface, Computer Interface
Supplier: Zwick USA
Description: , bending, and shear forces, appear simultaneously. The result of this test is the energy absorbed during penetration of the material. According to recent standards, this test is performed with a pendulum impact tester or with a materials testing machine. This instrument can be used Stand Alone
Supplier: NOSHOK, Inc.
Description: Features & Benefits For friction clutch testing on chain hoists Rugged design, light weight The force transducer is inserted into the chain, travels upwards with it against the base of the chain hoist and thereby blocks the chain An easy to use, precise, durable and dependable tester
- Force / Load Rating: 88 to 7700 lbs
- Accuracy: 0.0020 to 2.5 ±% Full Scale
- Force Measured: Tension
- Sensor Output: Digital
Supplier: Mecmesin Corporation
Description: tensile tester versatility. The system is combined with Mecmesin's high performance loadcells (ILC), ensuring excellent resolution and outstanding accuracy.
- Property Analyzed: Compactability / Compressibility
- Display & Special Features: Digital Readout, SPC Software / Capability, Laboratory / Batch
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Sliding Friction Testing Made Easy!
One material is affixed to the base plate of the test fixture while the other material is wrapped around a weight which is then pulled across the first material at constant speed. The test apparatus utilizes the Brookfield CT3 Tester to pull the weight in a horizontal direction so that the sliding friction between the two materials is measured accurately over a distance that is sufficient to verify steady state behavior. The TA-SFJ Sliding Friction Jig is used to measure tactile qualities like... (read more)
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Tinius Olsen, Inc.
Horizontal Tensile Testers
as and when their test requirements change. The unique horizontal extensometer that is typically supplied incorporates pneumatic controls that automatically lowers the arms prior to the test and raises the arms at the end of the test. Friction free air bearings on the extensometer provide accurate strain measurement through fracture. The combination of the machine and accessory design provides simple yet sophisticated operation, accurate and repeatable specimen placement against mechanical stops... (read more)
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Brookfield 2015 Catalog Introduces New Items
parameters, such as viscosity or torque, in a significantly larger font size. • Six language options for the screen display: English, French, German, Russian, Portuguese and Spanish. The 2015 Catalog includes Brookfield ’s complete line of laboratory and in-line Viscometers/Rheometers, Texture Analyzers and Powder Flow Testers. For more information or a free 2015 Brookfield Catalog, visit www.brookfieldengineering.com or call 800.628.8139 (USA and Canada) or 508.946.6200. (read more)
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Evaluate Powder Behavior and Flowability
The testing determines Flow Function, Wall Friction, Arching Diameter and Bulk Density as a function of consolidation stresses. Shear cell methodology is the technical approach used to test all customer samples in accordance with ASTM D6128, D6682 and D6773. Rathole diameter and Internal Friction Angle can also be provided at the customer ’s request. The testing is typically completed in less than a week and the results are emailed to the customer. These reports provide the customer... (read more)
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Full Range of Product Testing
and accessories. Powder Flow Tester – evaluation of powder flow behavior including: flow function, wall friction, bulk density and time consolidation. R/S Rheometers – for controlled rate/stress measurement when sophisticated rheological analysis is required. Detailed test results include equipment and measurement system descriptions, viscosity data with appropriate tables and graphs, and recommendations pertinent to the customers specific materials and associated test methods... (read more)
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Acoustiblok Sound Isolation Material
Acoustiblok offers high performance sound reduction solutions for multifamily projects, condominiums, hotels, hospitals, construction sites, industrial areas and other projects where privacy and sound control are important. Acoustiblok is a heavy, yet very flexible viscoelastic polymer material that provides sound reduction through a unique adiabatic process. Rather than attempting to block or absorb sound, Acoustiblok transforms sound energy into inaudible friction energy as the material... (read more)
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Friction Testers and Wear Testers
Friction testers determine the coefficient of friction or the friction force. Additionally, they measure the resisting force tangential to the interface between two bodies when under the action of an external force, one body moves or tend to move relative to the other. Wear testers evaluate
Quality Control of Minidisk Polymer Topcoat Using Nano Scratch Tester and Tribometer
picture of how the coating will perform in service conditions. Fig. 1 shows typical Tribometer traces for two polycarbonate thin films where a rapid rise in friction can be taken as a measure of coating breakdown under load. Nano Scratch data is presented in Fig. 2 where two distinct critical failure
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with light-emitting-diode indicators, a programmable logic controller, and an RS-232 communications port. Coefficient-of-friction tester displays results in real time Data acquisition software can display coefficient-of-friction results in real time. The software also allows users to alter sled
Pharmaceutical Powders Small Sample Sizes Yield Big Results
in test results. The same results given by the larger 263cc shear cell (flow function, bulk density, arching dimension, internal friction angle, rat-hole diameter) are given with the small volume shear cell. The small volume shear cell does have an additional advantage over the larger 263cc shear cell
Bulk Density of Powders Made Easy
defined, not only for bulk density, but for additional flow properties such as flow function, wall friction, arching dimension and rat hole diameter. The Brookfield Powder Flow Tester is a complete instrument for defining powder flow properties.
Can You Measure Powder Flowability? (.pdf)
friction, which allows them to form piles with angles relative to the surface on which they are placed. At ambient conditions, powders do not change flow behavior when subjected to variable shear rates, whereas most liquids do. When loaded into a hopper, pressure can increase the strength (i.e.
Can You Predict Powder Flow Behavior By Measuring Density
whether the powder will flow in gravity discharge from a storage vessel. Once a powder is compacted, the question is how much friction or resistance must be overcome for the powder particles to slide or flow against each other. The density test can only tell us how much compaction has taken place
Processing Milk Powder - The Flowability Challenge
sample, then shear the powder against itself to measure the amount of friction that will cause resistance to movement. This type of test gives several pieces of information that can be useful, such as flow function and density. Figure 2 shows a typical report that characterizes various blends of milk
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In a spinning friction tester Parker et al. and Dietrich et al.  experimentally showed that the friction coefficient in pure spinning EHL is larger than those in pure rolling or sliding EHL, and heavily depends on the contact conformity.
Performance Measures for Snow and Ice Control Operations
Indeed, in the 2005–2006 winter season, our research group examined how difference between visual determination and objective measure using the friction tester .
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The test structure is a friction tester designed to measure the coefficient of friction between two polysilicon surfaces.
Tribological test methods and apparatus
...empirical index of tribological properties of materials is the wear index Dw (GOST 9490-75), defined as the average wear scar diameter on the lower balls in a 1-h test of antiwear properties of lubricants in a four-ball friction tester .
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Texturing of Concrete Pavements
– Locked-wheel Friction Tester (ASTM E 274) – Dynamic Friction Tester (DF Tester) (ASTM E 1911) – British Pendulum Tester (BPT) (ASTM E 303 .
Guide for Pavement Friction
The results of the analysis showed increased wet crash rates at pavement friction values (SN40R, skid/friction number determined with a locked-wheel friction tester operated at 40 mi/hr [64 km/hr]) less than 40 for low and moderate traffic levels (see figure 4).