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Impact testing machine IS-10

impact testing machine
impact testing machine
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Test type
impact, shock
Operating mode
Test material
industrial, for the electronics industry, for civil and military aviation
hydraulic, pneumatic
Other characteristics


The high-acceleration impact test bench is a high-acceleration impact test bench specially developed to meet the requirements of the military industry and home appliances. It adopts the drop principle. In order to increase the initial velocity, the air pressure reverse thrust or spring energy storage is adopted. By adjusting the inflation pressure, it is convenient. Achieve various accelerations. For high accelerations that are difficult to achieve, the stage is equipped with a waveform amplifier. Performance ◎ Original composite impact response technology, which can accurately achieve “positive impact” and effectively absorb high frequency harmonics of impact, A shock waveform with a response of up to 100,000 g or more, close to a sine wave. ◎ The replaceable hanging hammer arm method can be used to replace different impact response worktable according to the test index and the specimen load. The use scope of the testing machine are expanded. ◎ The separation working method of acceleration guide seat and the impact hammer makes the impact response close to the ideal impact physical model. The impact parameters obtained are more precise and easier to control. ◎ Direct impact damping system, high-efficiency damper installed at the bottom, absorb the impact energy of the accelerating guide when the impact is completed. ◎ The high-acceleration impact test damper directly absorbs the impact kinetic energy of the strike hammer after the impact is completed, and automatically eliminates the secondary impact.


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