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Plastic Equipments


Abrasion Tester (Du Pont Craydon Type)

a.Specimen cutting die
b.Abrasive discs (lot of 20)
02 Apparatus for Determination of Resistance Against Various Liquids
04.Curling Tester


Deflection Tester

The heat deflection temperature of plastic materials is the temperature at which the material deflects by a specified amount under the action of a specified stress. It is determined by supporting a rectangular test specimen over two cylindrical edged blocks and pressing it at the center of the supported span through a cylindrical edged loading tip. The test specimen, along with the supports and the loading frame, is kept in a high temperature bath whose temperature is slowly raised. The temperature at which the test specimen deflects through a predetermined distance is the heat deflection temperature of the material under test
Methods of Test for Phenolic Moulding Materials
Plastics - Determination of Temperature of Deflection under Load

Technical Details
Dimensions of the test specimen 3 to 4.2 mm wide 9.8 to15 mm thick
120 ? 10 mm long
Distance between supporting edges 100 ? 2 mm
Radius of supporting and loading edges 3.0 ? 0.2 mm
Temperature Up to 300?C (least count 1?C)
Deflection measurement 0 - 10 mm (least count 0.01 mm)

Exposure Rack

a.Grey scale for change in colour
b.Blue standards nos. 1 to 8 (each)
07.Flammability Tester
08.Flexibility Tester with mandrels of 25 mm & 40 mm diameter
09.Impact Tester
10.Indentation Tester
11.Ply Adhesion Tester, range 20 kg (speed of traverse 280 25 mm/minute)
13.Residual Indentation Tester


Tensile Strength Tester with corrugated grips and traverse speeds of 50 and 100 mm / minute

Electronic Model


Thickness Gauge (spring type), range 10 x 0.01 mm

A.Neck depth 50 mm
B.Neck depth 125 mm


Water Bath (size 400 x 400 x 400 mm

A.With heating arrangement only
B.With heating & cooling arrangement


Coefficient of Friction Apparatus

A.Slip Tester, Method A
B.Slip Tester
The coefficient of friction is the ratio of the frictional force and normal pressure acting on two surfaces in contact with each other. Thus coefficient of friction is an inverse measure of the relative ease with which a material will slide over a similar or different material. Coefficient of Friction Tester for plastic films is designed to find static and dynamic coefficients of friction between two flat surfaces of flexible plastic films. It consists of a rigid and smooth horizontal glass platform and an arrangement to measure frictional force between the test specimen mounted on it and a movable sled.
Standard Test Methods for Static and Dynamic Coefficients of Friction of Plastic Films and Sheetings
Plastics - Film and Sheeting Determination of the Coefficients of Friction

Technical Details
Range of force measurement 0 - 1000 g x 1 g
Dimensions of mounting platform 300 x 150 mm
Dimensions of sled base 63.5 x 63.5 mm
Total weight of sled 200 g
Speed of movement of sled 150 mm/minute

Dart Impact Tester

Impact resistance or impact failure load of plastic films is defined as the weight of a hemispherical shaped dart, falling on the film held in a suitable clamp from a specified height, which causes failure of 50% of specimens tested.
Specification for Low Density Polythelene Films
Specification for High Density Polyethylene Films

Technical Details
Inside diameter of clamp 127 mm
Diameter of dart head 38.1 mm
Dimensions of dart shaft 6.4 mm diameter x 115 mm long with 12.7 mm long mild steel tip
Material of dart head Fabric reinforced bakelite
Weight of dart with locking collar 50 g
A.Standard Model
B.Special Model

Dead Weight Dial Micrometer

04.Elmendorf Tear Tester (1600 g capacity)
-Extra for specimen cutting die
05.Gelbo Flex Tester
06.Heat Sealer
07.Peel (Bond) Strength Tester (Digital)


Tensile Testing Machine (with grips suitable for plastics films)

A.Electronic Model TE - R 50 or TE-R 20


Abrasion Tester for Plastic Sheet

02.Apparatus for Temperature of Deflection
Under Load (H.D.T. Tester)
A.Single Station
B.Three Station


Apparatus for Vicat Softening Point

A.For testing upto 120AºC
B.For testing upto 300AºC
Vicat softening temperature of plastics is the temperature at which a standard flat-ended indentor penetrates one millimetre into the surface of the material under test under a specified load. The test is conducted by placing a test specimen taken from the sample under test on a flat platform inside a liquid bath and applying compression load over its upper face through a flat-ended indentor. The load is applied by placing dead weights on the upper end of the indentor. After the test specimen attains the temperature of the bath, the bath temperature is increased gradually till the indentor penetrates by exactly 1 mm into the test specimen. The bath temperature in degrees centigrade at which this happens is reported as the Vicat Softening Temperature of the sample under test.
Specification for Rigid PVC Sheets
Vicat Softening Temperature of Plastics Technical Details
Dimensions of test specimen 15 mm x 15 mm x 3 to 6.4 mm thick
Area of indenting tip 1 mm?
Length of indenting tip 3 mm
Load on the tip 1 kg or 5 kg
Range of dial indicator 0 - 10 mm x 0.01 mm


Apparatus for Vicat Softening Point cum Temperature of Deflection

Under Load
(Multi Station)
(Two Station)


Delamination Resistance Tester

(for rigid sheets of thickness above 3 mm)


Direct Reading Specific Gravity Balance

(Range 0.9 to 3.0)


Dry Arc Tracking Resistance Tester

Jig for Grinding Tungsten Carbide


Environmental Stress Cracking Apparatus

(Without Heating Bath)
- Extra for Heating Bath with digital
temperature controller


Flammability Tester (for rigid sheets)

One of the methods for determination of consistency of production of plastic sheets is with the help of the horizontal burning characteristics test. In this test, a test specimen taken from the sheet is held horizontally with its traverse axis inclined at an angle of 45º to the horizontal. A flame is then applied for a specified duration to the free end of the test specimen and removed. The time taken by the flame to travel a distance of 100 mm after the removal of the igniting flame is determined to evaluate the horizontal burning characteristic of the material under test. This test is used primarily to give an indication of a suitable formulation which influences the performance of a test specimen as measured by this procedure. The results of this test cannot be considered as an overall indication of the potential fire hazards presented by the material under test under the actual conditions of use.
Specification for Rigid PVC Sheets
Method of Testing Plastics Part 0: Introduction
Technical Details
Range of force measurement
11.Impact Tester (Free Fall Type)
12.Marten’s Softening Point Apparatus


Melt Flow Index Apparatus

A.Manual Model
14.Oxygen Index Apparatus


Tensile Testing Machines

(for Flexible Plastics)
(with self tightening roller type grips)
A.Electronic Model
Accessories for preparing tensile specimens
Specimen Cutting Press
-Hydraulic type
b.Dumble Specimen Cutting Die (Part 5/sec 1): R 527,ASTM
D 638 (115 mm length, 25 mm wide tabs, 6 mm wide parallel portion)


Bottle Compression

Technical Details
Range of force measurement


Impact Testers

A.For pipes upto 315 mm diameter
B.For pipes upto 630 mm diameter


Internal Hydrostatic Pressure testing equi- Pments (Long Term Test : PVC / HDPE Pipes)

A.Single station
B.Two stations
C.Three stations
D.Four stations


End Fittings (locking plugs) for sizes

A. 16 mm
B. 20 mm
C. 25 mm
D. 32 mm
E. 40 mm
F. 50 mm
G. 63 mm
H. 75 mm
I. 110 mm
J. 125 mm
K. 140 mm
L. 160 mm
M. 180 mm
N. 200 mm
O. 225 mm
P. 250 mm
Q. 280 mm
R. 315 mm
S. 355 mm
T. 400 mm

04.Manual Hydraulic Pressure Testers (Short terms test:
single station: for PVC Pipes)


Muffle Furnace (for determination of sulphated ash content)

The fillers in rubber compounds are inorganic materials other then sulphur and carbon black that have been added to it. A fairly accurate determination of percentage of fillers in rubber compounds which do not contain materials which will decompose at ashing temperature can be made by heating a known weight of the compound under test inside a muffle furnace to a temperature of 550 ± 25°C for a period of 90 minutes and finding the percentage by weight of the residual ash. The ash so obtained can be further utilized for chemical analysis for determination of inorganic sulphur in absence of antimony, halogens, or antimony sulphide. This method is applicable for most rubber formulations except those that contain fillers that decompose on heating to the ashing temperature. Also, if the compound under test contains carbonates which decompose on heating to the ashing temperature or clays and silicates which will loose water at this temperature, the filler percentage determined by this method will not be accurate and may not fully represent the original percentage of inorganic fillers present in the
Standard Test Methods for Rubber Products Chemical Analysis
Technical Details
Range of force measurement
06.Opacity Tester with digital galvanometer
07.Pipe Wall Thickness Gauge


PI - Tapes

A.30 mm-200mm
B.100 mm-300mm
C.300 mm-600mm


Co-efficient of Friction

02. Heat Distortion Tester (without oven)


Hot Air Oven-Memmert type

size 45 x 45 x45 cm - with digital temperature indicator cum controller - for conducting heat distortion, reversion, and stress relief tests


Hydrostatic Pressure Tester

end plugs for testing joints of 50 and 110 mm diameters
05.Impact Resistance Tester


Muffle Furnace for Determination of Ash

Content-with digital temperature controller