G113 Tensile Bond Test Fixture
ASTM D3762 Wedge Test Fixture
ASTM D905 Shear Test Fixture
ASTM C633 Bond Strength Fixture Thermal Spray
ASTM C297 Tensile Bond Fixture
ASTM D1623 Method A Tensile Bond Grips for Foam Test
G113 Tensile Bond Test Fixture Family consists of members that are designed to industry standard test requirements. Variations of the product include ASTM C297; ASTM D6484, EN 1607 Method A, ASTM D1623 Method B and DIN 53292.
Each test fixture is self aligning. The test material is bonded to the face of the fixture. The fixture rotates in two directions perpendicular to the tensile load to keep the test material in the proper alignment.
GD3762-99-014 meets the requirements specified in ASTM D3762 for testing the adhesive bonded surface durability of aluminum. The GD3762-99-014 wedges are constructed of 304 stainless steel and machined to the exact standards of ASTM D3742.
ASTM Standard D 3762, 2010, D3762 Standard Test Method for Adhesive-Bonded Surface Durability of Aluminum, ASTM International
Shear Test Device Requirements ASTM D905 describes test grips for determining the adhesive bond strength of wood and similar materials. The G17 test fixture meets these requirements. This ASTM D 905 Lapped Block Shear Test Method (ASTM Figure) was developed primarily for determining the adhesive bond strength of wood and similar materials. A compressive loading is applied to generate the shear stress, and two rectangular blocks of equal size, staggered 1/4", are bonded together. A guillotine-type loading is applied to shear off one block from the other. The ASTM D 905 test fixture is shown in the following photograph. The loading surface of the guillotine assembly is free to rotate relative to the remainder of the assembly, to accommodate any non-parallelism of the top and bottom surfaces of the bonded specimen.
ASTM Standard D 905, 2003, D905 Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesive Bonds in Shear by Compression Loading, ASTM International
Meets ASTM C633 for Bond Strength Testing of Thermal Spray this grip is specifically designed to be used to determine the bond strength of thermal spray, as specified by ASTM C633. The grips used for this test need to be self-aligning to minimize any bending to the test specimen. The test specimen is used to bond the test apparatus together. Then tensile load is applied, and bond strength of the thermal spray can be determined. (American Society for Testing and Materials [ASTM], 2001). These grips meet the requirements set by ASTM C633.
ASTM Standard C633, 2001, Standard Test Method for Adhesion or Cohesion Strength of Thermal Spray Coating, ASTM International
GC297-113 are designed to meet the requirements of ASTM C297; tensile testing of sandwich core materials. The test fixtures are self aligning. The test material is bonded to the face of the fixture. The fixture rotates in two directions perpendicular to the tensile load to keep the test material in the proper alignment.
ASTM Standard C 297, 2004, Standard Test Method for Flatwise Tensile Strength of Sandwich Constructions, ASTM International
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Test device requirements for ASTM D1623 test method A details test fixtures used for testing tensile and tensile adhesion properties of rigid cellular materials or structural foam. As stated in ASTM D1623, the G701 grips are self-aligning and move into alignment as soon as any load is applied. The joints above and below the specimen are of the universal type as described in method A of the standard. The G701 grips are designed to hold the test specimen in a way that avoids slippage when the load is applied.
ASTM Standard D1623, 2003, Standard Test Method for Tensile and Tensile Adhesion Properties of Rigid Cellular Plastics, ASTM International
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