Pendulum Impact Testing Machine 50J Auto rasie and brake Charpy
impact test ISO 179 PIT501J-TS
Plastic pendulum impact testing machine
1. Raise the pendulum automatically, no need hook the pendulum
2. Reach to the setting height automatically.
3. Variable angle: 30°-150°, calculate the absorbed energy
4. Auto break after impact or no power supply.
5. Easy to operate, easy to change the pendulum and hammer.
6. No need fundation work.
ISO179-Plastics —Determination of Charpy impact properties
conditions. A number of different types of specimen and test
configurations are defined.
1.1 Different test parameters are specified according to the type
of material, the type of test specimen and the type of notch.
1.2 The method is used to investigate the behaviour of specified
types of specimen under the impact conditions defined and for
estimating the brittleness or toughness of specimens within the
limitations inherent in the test conditions. It may also be used
for the determination of comparative data from similar types of
1.3 The method has a greater range of applicability than that given
in ISO 1801) and is more suitable for the testing of materials
showing interlaminar shear fracture or of materials exhibiting
surface effects due to
1.4 The method is suitable for use with the following range of
materials: rigid thermoplastic moulding and extrusion materials,
including filled and reinforced compounds in addition to unfilled
types; rigid thermoplastics sheets; rigid thermosetting moulding
materials, including filled and reinforced compounds; rigid
thermosetting sheets, including laminates; fibre-reinforced
thermosetting and thermoplastic composites incorporating
unidirectional or non-unidirectional reinforcements such as mat,
woven fabrics, woven rovings, chopped strands, combination and
hybrid reinforcements, rovings and milled fibres, sheet made from
pre-impregnated materials (prepregs), including filled and
reinforced compounds; thermotropic liquid-crystal polymers.
1.5 The method is not normally suitable for use with rigid cellular
materials and sandwich structures containing cellular material.
Also, notched specimens are not normally used for
long-fibre-reinforced composites or thermotropic liquid-crystal
1.6 The method is suited to the use of specimens which may be
either moulded to the chosen dimensions,machined from the central
portion of a standard multipurpose test specimen (see ISO 3167) or
machined from finished or semifinished products such as mouldings,
laminates and extruded or cast sheet.
1.7 The method specifies preferred dimensions for the test
specimen. Tests which are carried out on specimens of different
dimensions or with different notches, or specimens which are
prepared under different conditions, may produce results which are
not comparable. Other factors, such as the energy capacity of the
apparatus, its impact velocity and the conditioning of the
specimens can also influence the results. Consequently, when
comparative data are required, these factors must be carefully
controlled and recorded.
1.8 The method should not be used as a source of data for design
calculations. Information on the typical behaviour of a material
can be obtained, however, by testing at different temperatures, by
varying the notch radius and/or the thickness and by testing
specimens prepared under different conditions.
|Charpy||7.5 J||4.0192 Nm|
|15 J||8.0385 Nm|
|25 J||13.397 Nm|
|50 J||26.795 Nm|
2. Angle of striking: 30°-150°
3. Angle resolution: 0.045°
Reading resolution of digital display: 0.01J
4. Charpy Test for plastics (ISO 179)
- Velocity of striking: 3.8m/s
- Distance from the axis of support to the center of percussion:
- Span: 40mm, 60mm, 62mm, 70mm (can be adjusted by span block)
- Radius of striker edge: 2±0.5mm
- Specimen dimension (LxWxH): 80mmx10mmx4mm, 50mmx6mmx4mm,
5. Power supply: AC220V, 50Hz, 0.5kW
6. Machine dimension (LxWxH): 1000x300x760mm
7. Weight: 300kg