Pressure test stand PPM

pressure test stand
pressure test stand
pressure test stand
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Test type
pressure, fatigue, burst, leak
Operating mode
automatic, PC-controllable
Test material
hose, for fittings, for pipe, for rubber
for the automotive industry, for laboratories, for the aeronautical industry, for research and development, for production, for workshops
hydraulic, pneumatic
Other characteristics
precision, for resilience tests, with large work area, with touchscreen


Pressure test bench for hoses with laser measurement The test stand is a self-sufficient system and enables proof pressure tests, burst pressure tests and pressure drop tests on hoses. The freely programmable pressure control up to 60 bar is achieved by our patented wear-free precision pressure control method. This method is very accurate, repeatable and particularly suitable for large expansion volumes. Above a pressure of 60 bar a hydraulic pressure intensifier takes over and enables exact pressure ramps of up to 600 bar. The test stand can be equipped with an automatic length, torsion and strain measurement system. The data is automatically stored in the system and enables efficient and quick checks. In addition, the system can be offered with quick-release couplings (adapters) so that the test item does not have to be prepared in advance. Performance Data Measurement of elongation, twisting and torsion under pressure Measuring the change in length with a displacement measuring system (HBM) Integration of label printer and magnetic card laser (provided by Rehau) Pressure test according to DIN EN ISO 1402 Cooling circuit with external cooling to 23°C ±3 Media temperature control to 70°C +5/-0 and tank insulation Precision pressure control process especially for large expansion volumes Quick coupling system for test specimens
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