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Rebound resilience testers

 

Zwick 5109 Rebound Resilience Tester

 

The Zwick 5109 rebound resilience tester is available in two basic versions, for the following applications and standards:

  • For tests on elastomers and rubber to DIN 53512 (elastomers and rubber); ISO 4662 rubber); BS 903 Part A8, Method B (rubber); ASTM D1054, Method B (Schob)
  • For tests on foam materials to DIN 13014 (polyether foam hospital mattresses).

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Overview of ZwickRoell 5109 rebound resilience tester
  • Instrument equipment/details
  • Resolution 0.06 degrees.
  • Extremely low-maintenance - fully automatic sequence with geared motor as sole actuator.
  • Frictionless pendulum encoder.
  • Wear-free mechanism - ideal for continuous operation.
  • Dustproof keyboard.
  • Stand-by mode and LCD display for low power consumption.
  • Operation
  • Menu-guided operation.
  • Pendulum height is easily adjustable via an eccentric with the help of a setting program.
  • Included in the instrument are two test programs for determining oscillation time and friction.
  • The required standard can be selected or the sequence configured.
  • Multiple languages can be programmed (English, German plus one freely assignable language).
  • Connection to a PC and to ZwickRoell's testXpert testing software is possible. ZwickRoell testing software offers comprehensive data transfer options (from instrument to PC) plus evaluation, processing, documentation and storing of test results.
  • Integrated routine enables rapid error analysis.

Item No.

324802

324804

Description

Rebound resilience tester for testing elastomers and rubber

Rebound resilience tester for testing foam materials

Specimen dimensions

Specimen diameter

Ø 28 ... 50

-

mm

Length of specimen

28 ... 50

80

mm

Width of specimen

28 ... 50

80

mm

Thickness of specimen

0 ... 15

50

mm

Distance from specimen holder to striker

0 ... 60 (stepless adjustment)

0 ... 60 (stepless adjustment)

mm

Pendulum potential energy

0.5

0.2 (Pendulum 1), 0.196 (Pendulum 2)

J

Pendulum striker, hemispherical

Ø 15

- (Pendulum 1), Ø 30 (Pendulum 2)

mm

Rounded end

-

RK= 40, Cyl. Ø = 40 (Pendulum 1)

Pendulum length

Lred = 200

Lred = 200

mm

Pendulum mass

0.252

-

kg

Apparent deformation energy density

426.5

-

kJ/m3

Angle of fall

90

90

°

Impact velocity

1.98

1.98

m/s

Display

2-line LCD

2-line LCD

Dimensions

Height

330

330

mm

Width

450

450

mm

Depth

230

230

mm

Approx. weight

51

51

kg