Features:Easy to operate
- Non-interrupted performance
- Low maintenance
- Longer service life
Bennewart flex testing is proposed to focus the resistance of a part of material to cut development amid rehashed flexing. It can likewise be utilized to survey the impact of surface examples on split start and development. This test is particularly material to the out soles of footwear, however might likewise be utilized with certain other adaptable segments.
The Asian bennewart flex analyzer comprises of a drive unit embodying an electric engine with pulleys and belts and connection system to give a swaying development to one of the two holds holding the two finishes of test example, the other grasp being altered.
The swaying hold has firearm metal hedges, which slides on two solidified and ground bearing steel poles to give it a long living up to expectations life. Every grasp comprises of swayable bases turned on metal balls so that the two closures of the test example are allowed to adjust themselves to the normal form of the example amid flexing.
The hub about which the grasp bases waver life. In the plane of their example holding face. A six digit preset electronic advanced counter the quantities of test cycles furthermore stops the engine after preset quantities of test cycles.
The device is done in dim mallet tone.
- Number of specimen test: 2 for full sole, 6 for cut test specimen
- Angle of flexing: 90°
- Diameter of bending mandrel: 30 mm
- Frequency of operation: 125 to 150 cycles/minute
- Motor: 1/2 HP, single- phase 230V AC
- Counter: six digital types with memory backup
Factory Office: F-23, MGR UPSIDC Indl. Area, Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, 201015, India