Fischer Tensile Tester with Hand Pump and Digital Gauge

SKU: M558185 MW-TT5-DG
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M558185 MW-TT5-DG
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Description

The Model TT5 is intended for testing of specimens that will require from 300-5,000 lbs. of tensile load to cause fracture. Most spot-welded specimens are in this range. Also, specimens from arc-welded sheet metal can fall in this range. The TT5 is also recommended for schools that are interested in teaching the concept of tensile testing. It is easily portable and moderately priced.

The Model TT5 consists of a load frame and a pumping system. The specimen to be tested is held in the load frame by self-tightening grips. As the load is increased, the grips tighten on the specimen with increasing force. The grips will accept up to 0.15" x 1.13" cross section, but the 5,000 lb. maximum load limits the largest specimen that can be tested (varies according to material strength).

The basic pumping system consists of a hand-operated pump. For most applications, this is the best option. The operator has precise control over the entire operation.

  • Meets ASME, AWS Codes
  • Meets MIL Standards
  • Calibration (ASTM E4) traceable to NIST Standards 
  • 5,000 lb. Maximum load +/- 1% Accuracy 
  • 300 lb. Minimum load +/- 1% Accuracy 
  • Integral hydraulic system
  • Grips specimens up to 0.15" x 1.13" cross section

Determine the load required to break a specimen with this digital gauge. 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 (5,000 lb.) and minimum (0 lb.) loads. Intermediate loads cannot be set. They are characteristic of the TT5 system, but are accurate to better than +/- 3%.

Tester: 31"H x 7"W x 4"D
Pump 6"H x 4"W x 14"D
Weight 34 lbs.

Includes hand-operated pump and digital gauge

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